Director Oppenheimer with Bond Admission: – A wonderful privilege

Director Oppenheimer with Bond Admission: – A wonderful privilege
Director Oppenheimer with Bond Admission: – A wonderful privilege

Director Christopher Nolan (52) says it would be great to direct a James Bond movie


The famous film director does not hide his enthusiasm for Bond films.

– Nolan says on the podcast that it’s been a great honor to direct a Bond film.happy sad confused».

However, he maintains, it must happen at the right time and under the right circumstances.

– At the same time, when you take on a project like this, you work with certain restrictions. That is why you must have the right attitude towards it, and it must happen at the right time in a purely creative way.

Stjernespecket: There are a number of well-known names on the “Oppenheimer” cast list.

Nolan, who is currently directing the star-studded film Oppenheimer, says he is a huge fan of the Bond films.

– love them. The influence of those films on my work is embarrassingly obvious.

Read what a VG reviewer had to say about Nolan’s Oppenheimer here.

There are several question marks associated with the upcoming James Bond movie.

The previous film from the Bond universe, No Time to Die (2021), was the last with Daniel Craig as Agent 007. It was his fifth film in the iconic role. Rumors abound, but who will take up the baton is still not clear.

It is also not clear who will direct. If Nolan is going to sit in the director’s chair for the next Bond movie, he’ll obviously have to help choose who gets to play the role.

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– It’s a complete package. One would not embark on such a cinematic project without making sure that one can contribute creatively.

The British director was previously behind films such as The Dark Night (2008), Inception (2010), Interstellar (2014), Dunkirk (2017) and Tenet (2020).

In Oppenheimer, Trond Fossa Orphag can be seen in the role of Ukrainian-American chemist George Kistiakovsky. It is his Hollywood debut.

Christine Ellingen and Trond Fossa-Orvag at the Oppenheimer premiere.

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