Director Christopher Nolan is reportedly in talks to direct the following two James Bond films. According to sources at World Of Reel, James Bond producer Barbara Broccoli has her eye on Nolan.
However, the talks were delayed due to the Hollywood workers' strike and Nolan's promotional schedule for Oppenheimer's film.
It is said that the deal will see Nolan write and direct two James Bond films starring Daniel Craig's yet-to-be-announced replacement actor
Other directors mentioned as backup names are Danny Boyle (Trainspotting), Denis Villeneuve (Dune), and Paul Greengrass (The Bourne Supremacy). On the Happy Sad Confused podcast earlier this year, Nolan said it would be an "incredible privilege" to do this job.
"It's an incredible privilege to do this. At the same time, when you take on a character like that, you face a certain set of restrictions," Nolan said
Nolan adds: "It has to be the right moment in your creative life where you can express what you want to express and really delve into something within the appropriate constraints because you never want to do something like that and do it wrong."
Meanwhile, Daniel Craig ends his role as James Bond agent in 2021's No Time To Die, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga.
Several stars are rumored as Daniel Craig's successors, including Aaron Taylor Johnson, Regé-Jean Page, and Damson Idris.
Christopher Nolan Rumored to Direct Two James Bond Films
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