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'Skyfall' Tops Weekend Box Office in Best Bond North American Opening

'Skyfall' Tops Weekend Box Office in Best Bond North American Opening

Daniel Craig‘s Skyfall has topped this weekend’s box office with the best James Bond North American opening to date, according to THR.

The flick brought in $87.8 million domestically, bringing its worldwide total to a whopping $500 million for its two weeks out in theaters.

Wreck-It Ralph came in second place this weekend with $33.1 million earned.

The Denzel Washington flick Flight took the number three spot with $15.1 million grossed over the weekend.

Argo and Taken 2 took the fourth and fifth slots, respectively, bringing in $6.7 million and $4 million.

Daniel Day Lewis‘ flick Lincoln opened in limited release to a worthy $900,000.

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# 1
Hashim 100% Albanian @ 11/11/2012 at 12:09 pm

Here is this Daniel Craig – killer of Albanians again! How come Albanians are terrorists and mafia every time? Because we believe in Allah? Americans are stupid just like Serbs and Jews.

# 2

It truly is the best Bond movie. Craig did an amazing job…loved it, it was epic…

# 3

You are stupid!!!!Go away hater!!!

# 4

@Hashim 100% Albanian
You are stupid!!!!Go away hater!!!

# 5

@Hashim 100% Albanian: Daniel Craig does NOT kill Albanians!!!!!!!! He kills nobody! Get a grip!

# 6
Skyfall $518.6M worldwide @ 11/11/2012 at 12:31 pm

‘Skyfall’ Explodes With $515M Global As Biggest Bond With $90M Domestic Opening
Sony Pictures, MGM, and Eon Productions just announced that Skyfall, the 23rd and biggest grossing in the James Bond film series, earned another $89.0M million this weekend overseas bringing the international total to $428.6 million. With this weekend’s $90M opening in the U.S. and Canada, the Sam Mendes-directed, John Logan-scripted, Daniel Craig-starring actioner now has an estimated $518.6M worldwide. Yowza!
http://www.deadline.com/2012/11/skyfall-opens-with-imax-midnights-as-321m-bond-movie-abroad-arrives-in-u-s-canada-spielbergs-lincoln-platforms/

# 7

As a huge fan of Pierce Brosnan, when they first cast Daniel Craig as James Bond i didn’t think he could pull it off. Glad i was wrong, he’s done such a great job. Now I’ve grown to love and respect him as an actor.

# 8
@Hashim 100% Albanian @ 11/11/2012 at 12:43 pm

quite the contrary., Daniel Craig is handing over the head of a British guy to the Serbs just to please them

# 9

Seriously, I am not in the least surprised. Because Skyfall deserves BIG money. Awesome!

Well done!!!! Congratulations on great success!

Still can’t get over how great Skyfall was.. so I’m glad to hear the result.

Skyfall’s already the 9th highest grossing film of the year worldwide. Yay! :D
2012 WORLDWIDE GROSSES
http://www.boxofficemojo.com/yearly/chart/?view2=worldwide&yr=2012&p=.htm

Damn, Skyfall is making *phenomenal* bank right now!

Hashim 100% Albanian

Is there something wrong with you?

I saw it yesterday and was good.

Daniel is such a talented actor.
And since he accepted Bond, he has been raking it in!!!

@Hashim 100% Albanian: Sheeesh, you should get the facts straight before you go running your mouth. Daniel has no say in this matter. The decision always belongs to producer/director. And remember America, NATO, committed Kosovo Liberation Army (Albanians) in Kosovo War. So your “blame game” is always entirely off the mark.

One thing to say, THE BEST James Bond movie I’ve ever watched!

I saw the film TWICE already and will see it again before it leaves the cinemas. Daniel Craig is offically the BEST Bond (something I never thought I would ever say due to Sean Connery) and an excellent actor. Javier Bardem is the Marlon Brando of our generation and the BEST Bond baddie EVER. Dame Judi Dench, much respect and awe to you! Ralph Fiennes, you have never fail to amazed me with your acting abilities. Naomie and Ben, great performances…here’s to your wonderful future!

Guinness-spoilers @ 11/11/2012 at 4:37 pm

http://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/11/11/at-the-box-office-its-a-james-bond-weekend/

I like how Dan disagreed with showing how certain scenes were made or how he won’t “say” how things were done…. because it is entertainment and the Man Behind the Curtain magic is lost if all stunts were disclosed or trailers give too much. I watched too much and read too much about this movie that some of the scenes were “not magical” to me–I knew he was attached to the train–I mean logically he was, but I was looking to see if I could find the cables… (but MY dan was impressed.) And when he fell into the water, I knew it was in a huge studio with BIG turbine thingys….so, next time….

Bond was also on NPR today. He is everywhere. And Dan is somehow related to royalty or to the Bond that Ian originally wrote about. Here comes all the stories!!! yeee haw. ohmygash I loved the shaving scene. I have done that. it is pure fun—and to think of ME doing it to Dna just aobut snesds me head to seexxynes.s…………..

ok. Mendel–you gonna give your 2 sense?

He is amazing!
The movie is amazing!
Just a perfect mix!!!!
Best James Bond ever!
Please make another one mr. Daniel Craig!

@kitty: He was under a lot of pressure because it was his first big job. Some people attacked Daniels Bond, but Casino Royale was great success. Since then, he always must have felt the pressure of expectations. I totally agree with the latter half. I have to take my hat off to him for his courage. He was able to confront the difficulties, and opposed reason against prejudice. Now one more word. He is an actor who deserves to be respected!

@kris: They recently signed Daniel for at least two and possibly three more movies and hope to have the next Bond ready a couple of years from now. (THR)

Skyfall was INCREDIBLE! Looks like Daniel Craig has another marquee Bond film to add to the historic franchise. I could see it again another two or three times; it was that good. I will definitely own this one when it’s out on DVD. Congrats to Daniel Craig and Javier Bardem. Javier makes a great Bond villain.

Bond, James Bond is so A W E S O M E !, Skyfall is the BEST film of the year.

And one more thing, Daniel Craig will win Oscar in 2013 BEST ACTOR

Hi Guinness

“ok. Mendel–you gonna give your 2 sense?”

What do you mean, you are expecting sense of me? At this time of the night??? ;)

“I was looking to see if I could find the cables… ”

I was so wrapped up in the story, I really did forget everything around me – there could have been cables the size of broomsticks and I wouldn’t have seen them – and for me, that’s a great film!

“ohmygash I loved the shaving scene. I have done that. it is pure fun—and to think of ME doing it to Dna just aobut snesds me head to seexxynes.s…………..”

LOL! It is a great scene! Very sensual…looking forward to see it again…also the scene with the lassie in the beach hut…very nice *grin*

I also loved the inquiry scene – Helen McCrory’s character in particular. A nice dig at politicians methinks…

Is that the villian. He’s fugly. Because the hero supposed to be handsome.

Daniel isn’t ugly at all, I think, he’s certainly handsome, rugged, so masculine and in great shape. The people around me think so, too. He has something special, really sweet that makes me swoon.

Then you nutty ladies would go for Vladimir Putin too. eeew.

As a 2D movie, $520M in only 3 weeks? Cool.. Not bad.. Not bad at all!!!!

to chris AKA kelly @ 11/12/2012 at 6:52 am

@kelly: According to your logic (A fugly man should play a villain), Heath Ledger, Michael Fassbender, Tom Hardy, Tom Hiddleston, are ALL fugly! Such a stale theory will not pass in these days.

@to chris AKA kelly:

Yes, they are all ugly. And block head Craig is super ugly.

to chris AKA kelly @ 11/12/2012 at 7:39 am

@kelly: Heath Ledger, Michael Fassbender, Tom Hardy, Tom Hiddleston, are ALL fugly? Really? BWAHAHAHA, OK, you have bad taste in men or you came from another planet, maybe Klingon in Qo’noS, and landed on Earth. Period.

@to chris AKA kelly: Adding: Jude Low! (Road to Perdition)

Guinness-spoilers @ 11/12/2012 at 5:39 pm

You made sense!! yey. Does thinking of Dan clear your head? wow, would I like to clear hss heead……loosing cohcerhency……

Focus…ah, yes, I instantly knew who Malfoy’s mom was!! (we have seen HPotter no less than 16 time each, btw.that is where I have learned a few new brilliant words…). VERY interesting that it was predominantly females discussing things at the inquiry.–good catch my friend.

i hope everyone will be in their roles in the next Bond—Miss Moneypenny has big muscles!

Hugh talks about all the people offered James Bond before Daniel.

Hugh Jackman pokes fun at Daniel Craig – 2012 Britannia Awards
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOJzPQgsUDI

Roger Moore on Skyfall: “Daniel Craig Is, Without a Doubt, the Bond”
http://www.vanityfair.com/online/oscars/2012/11/roger-moore-skyfall-daniel-craig-bond
(QUOTE)
Having played James Bond in seven of the franchise’s films, Sir Roger Moore is a certified 007 aficionado, evidenced in his recently released Bond on Bond: Reflections on 50 Years of James Bond Movies. As our November cover boy, Daniel Craig, returns to theaters in Skyfall, Heinekens in tow, VF Daily caught up with Moore, who landed the iconic role in Live and Let Die nearly 40 years ago. Highlights from our chat:

VF Daily: Did you enjoy Skyfall?

Sir Roger Moore: It’s the best Bond ever. I called Barbara Broccoli and said, “Dana and Cubby—the parents—would be so proud of them to give Bond another 50 years.” It really is an amazing movie.

Were you surprised by the initial backlash against Daniel Craig when they first announced he would play Bond?

The press was terrible. The English press can be so negative. I just did not understand that at all. I wasn’t in England, so I e-mailed Barbara to tell Daniel Craig not to let the buggers get to you. He is a real Bond.

In your book, you mentioned that Sean Connery is the gold standard. How does Craig compare?

If I could go back and write another chapter, I would take the liberty of changing my mind. Daniel Craig is, without a doubt, the Bond. He has just got it all.

Building the case for Bond: ‘Skyfall’ for best picture
http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/envelope/goldstandard/la-et-mn-skyfall-oscar-best-picture-20121107,0,2598907.story
“Skyfall,” the latest James Bond movie, has already shattered box-office records in Great Britain and earned ecstatic reviews in advance of its Friday opening here in the States. Now its makers are zeroing in on an unlikely target — Oscar voters — in a quest to become the first Bond movie to win a best picture nomination.

“Skyfall” director Sam Mendes will be making the rounds in Los Angeles this weekend, participating in a Q&A at an all-guild screening at the Directors Guild on Saturday afternoon, a Q&A for the Producers Guild on Saturday night and then answering questions at a Screen Actors Guild nominating committee event at the Pacific Design Center on Sunday afternoon. Mendes’ weekend will culminate with an academy screening Sunday night, where he’ll be joined by actresses Naomie Harris and Bérénice Marlohe and and the franchise’s owners, producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli.

Agent 007 himself, Daniel Craig, and Javier Bardem, who plays Bond’s showboating nemesis in “Skyfall,” may also attend some of the events.
ond movies have struggled to gain Oscar voters’ attention over the years, winning only seven nominations and two awards. (“Goldfinger” took sound effects in 1965; “Thunderball” won for special visual effects the following year.) Four of the franchise’s nominations have been for music, the last coming in 1982 for “For Your Eyes Only.”

“Skyfall,” however, may be a special case. As we’ve already outlined here, the 23rd official Bond installment sports a deep bench of Oscar winners, starting with its director Mendes. Then, there are the reviews. Currently at Metacritic, “Skyfall” owns a higher rating than that other Oscar contender arriving this weekend, “Lincoln,” with critics praising “Skyfall” for pulling off the difficult feat of reinvigorating a franchise celebrating its golden anniversary.

The question now: Do the film’s owners — MGM and the Broccoli estate — along with Sony Pictures, the movie’s distributor, posess the awards-season know-how to turn all this good will into a campaign that connects with academy members? Until very recently, the backers had taken a wait-and-see attitude, a source at the studio not authorized to speak publicly tells us. But now that the strong reviews are pouring in and the money is piling up, they’re ready to go full bore.

This isn’t the first time a Bond movie has been floated for best picture. “Casino Royale,” the 2006 entry that established Craig in the lead role, won outstanding reviews and a great many champions. But the film’s backers failed to mail DVD screeners to academy members, a mistake that will not be repeated with “Skyfall,” our source tells us.

Academy members we canvassed are impatiently waiting the Sunday night screening in Beverly Hills, with some predicting the event will generate an overflow crowd.

“Casino Royale” won the franchise a lot of good will,” one Oscar voter says. “If ‘Skyfall’ is better than that, then I see absolutely no reason why it couldn’t be in the conversation for best picture.”

Adds another academy member: “People have a lot of affection for this franchise. If you’re of a certain age, it’s part of your DNA, and that has to count for something, especially if the movie’s great.”

Around-the-World Roundup: ‘Skyfall’ Nears New Bond Record Overseas
http://www.boxofficemojo.com/news/?id=3566&p=.htm
The big story this weekend may be Skyfall’s record-setting domestic debut, but that doesn’t change the fact that the movie’s real strength continues to be its foreign performance. The 23rd James Bond adventure added $89 million from 80 markets this weekend for a new total of $428.6 million, which puts it a day away from passing Casino Royale ($431 million) to become the highest-grossing Bond movie ever overseas.*

Skyfall’s best market was once again Bond’s native U.K., where the movie eased 30 percent to $18.2 million. It’s now the highest-grossing movie of the year there with $117.5 million, and it’s on pace to eventually pass Avatar’s $150 million record. It was also impressive in Germany, where it dipped 30 percent to an estimated $15.1 million; Germany is now the movie’s second-highest-grossing market with just under $44 million. Finally, in its third outing in France it dropped 46 percent to $8.2 million for a total of $42.5 million.

Rolling in its domestic earnings, Skyfall has already earned $518.6 million worldwide, and it will pass Casino Royale’s record $599 million by the end of the week. Using some very modest projections for the existing markets and the upcoming ones (China, Japan and Australia), it’s likely that Skyfall will ultimately earn over $900 million worldwide.

I think Daniel was destined to become Bond. He was predestined to play James Bond!! Do you believe in fate? :)

Daniel Craig related to James Bond … and royalty
http://omg.yahoo.com/blogs/now/daniel-craig-related-james-bond-royalty-152622667.html
If you’ve taken a look at the early reviews for the new James Bond flick, “Skyfall,” you’ll see that critics are gushing over the 23rd installment of the franchise and over Daniel Craig’s portrayal of the tuxedo-wearing, martini-drinking, secret agent ladies’ man. It’s almost as if Craig has James Bond in his blood. And, it turns out, he kind of does.
Genealogy website Ancestry.com has told omg! from Yahoo! exclusively that the 44-year-old British leading man is actually related to James Bond, the man author Ian Fleming named the iconic character after when he wrote his first novel, Casino Royale back in 1953.
As die-hard 007 fans know, the real James Bond wasn’t an international spy and man of mystery, however, but, actually a bird expert. (Yes, really.) Fleming, an avid bird watcher himself, was familiar with ornithologist (a fancy name for one who studies birds) James Bond, author of the book Birds of the West Indies, and decided to use the name to help create the now-famous character. “When I wrote the first one in 1953, I wanted Bond to be an extremely dull, uninteresting man to whom things happened; I wanted him to be a blunt instrument,” Fleming told The New Yorker in 1962. “When I was casting around for a name for my protagonist I thought by God, [James Bond] is the dullest name I ever heard.”
According to Ancestry.com, the connection is a royal one: Craig and the late Bond, who died in 1989, are related through John of Gaunt, the Duke of Lancaster, who is also the son of King Edward III of England. And the actor’s royal lineage doesn’t stop there. He’s also related to the Queen of England and Richard Neville, Earl of Salisbury.
“While we were researching Daniel Craig’s family history, we noticed that some of the names and places in his tree resembled names from James Bond’s tree. We discovered a fascinating connection between him and the actual bird-watching James Bond — through English royalty,” says Michelle Ercanbrack, Ancestry.com’s family historian. “The great thing about family history is you never know what you might find.”

@Fio: Haha, Daniel was predestined to co-star with Queen Elizabeth II, too!!
– Ancestry.com.au’s researchers have also found another interesting James Bond-related fact; Daniel Craig is actually the half 19th cousin of Queen Elizabeth II, his on-screen partner in crime during the acclaimed opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
http://blogs.ancestry.com/au/2012/10/23/real-james-bond-uncovered-in-historic-archive/

Skyfall Earned $102M in 5 days @ 11/14/2012 at 1:18 am

‘Skyfall’ Crosses $100M At Domestic Box Office
The Veterans Day holiday yesterday was good for $11.3 million more in North America, Sony said this morning. That puts the domestic total for Skyfall at $101.9 million after its big release this past weekend. The latest James Bond pic opened to $90 million during its opening frame here (adding in Thursday IMAX screenings) and amassed $89 million more overseas, bringing the global cume for the Sony/MGM/Eon production through Sunday to $518.6 million.
http://www.deadline.com/2012/11/skyfall-box-office-crosses-100-million-domestic/

Skyfall Earned $102M in 5 days @ 11/14/2012 at 1:21 am

‘Skyfall’ Crosses $100M At Domestic Box Office
By THE DEADLINE TEAM | Tuesday November 13, 2012 @ 10:05am PS

The Veterans Day holiday yesterday was good for $11.3 million more in North America, Sony said this morning. That puts the domestic total for Skyfall at $101.9 million after its big release this past weekend. The latest James Bond pic opened to $90 million during its opening frame here (adding in Thursday IMAX screenings) and amassed $89 million more overseas, bringing the global cume for the Sony/MGM/Eon production through Sunday to $518.6 million.

Related: ‘Skyfall’ Explodes With $515M Worldwide As Biggest Bond With $90M Domestic Opening

ok Dan.
Looks like you can buy that island after all!!!
Kudos.
And Thx Fio for the “wolverine roasts Bond” video–it was much fun. JJ couldn’t get it together.
I think it would be a great idea to roast Dan—he would have that cute smirk that he shows when he is mortified… And Catherine Tate could come in character and roast his butt again for wanting to shag in the tent! (Hey!!! I just figured out why they call it a “shag carpet”!!! dah. Dan’s Van is covered in Shag Carpet. Damn if I had Dan, I would cover my entire abode in SHAG CARPET!!!)
I wonder if they are at the house in NY suburbia—it has been reported that some people cant go back to their expensive town houses because the electric isnt going back on for another month?? whoolly not right–glad this happend there so they can figure it out for the rest of the world!!! yea, right.
Disappointing. I finally joined facebook Mendel. did you? it is addicting, and I am putting my fav pic of Dan as my “avatar”!!! I have 1000 friend reuquests in my email. so many friends!! I may start tweeting instead.
Dan needs to tweet. yey, right. (Steven Colbert said, “yes, I have twatted”… I love him.)
FIO!!! where is Dan to appear next????

How lovely to see Daniel and Babs cracked jokes back and forth at each other!

Daniel Craig, Director Sam Mendes, and Producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson Talk SKYFALL
http://collider.com/daniel-craig-sam-mendes-skyfall-interview/209508/

Thanks Fio–it was great banter. Barb seems a little protective on keeping him!!! (dah, i would too.)

all other Dan news seems laborious to read thru—its all dirt IMO. And to intellegently write a review on this movie? Really? It was done in fun. Done in fun. If you lose sight of this, everything good gets lost…isn’t that true about everything????
Seriously, Dan was brilliant, funny, sexy. Job done. He matched the job description, he is raking in the bucks, he fullfilled his contract more that what Sony could imagine. done in fun. buh, bye. You’re welcome Sony and all the other money grabbers who didnt think this was a good investment. OH OH OH (I got an idea, Dan wasnt under me…) OH–
BTW: no previews before SkyFall began AND whenever I hit Youtube, Skyfall adverts come up FIRST and when ever I google anything about Dan or Bond— SkyFall comes up first. ALOT of marketing money went into this social media adverts. The last man advertised like this won an important election… hhhmmm
I gotto go find a pic for my fb page.
~later

Hi, Guinness
Daniel will attend the Australian Premiere! Check out the press release below.

Sony Pictures Releasing is delighted to announce that Daniel Craig, along with co-stars Naomie Harris (Eve) , Bėrėnice Marlohe (Severine) and Producer Barbara Broccoli, will be in Sydney on the evening of Friday November 16 to attend the Australian Premiere of the highly anticipated 23rd James Bond action adventure, SKYFALL.

This will be the third visit by the 007 star Daniel Craig who attended Australian Premieres for ‘Casino Royale’ in 2006 and ‘Quantum of Solace’ in 2008. The Australian Premiere will be held at the prestigious State Theatre in Sydney on Friday November 16.

“Barb seems a little protective on keeping him!!! (dah, i would too.)”
Yeah, she has every confidence in him.

If it does, MGM can thank Broccoli and Wilson, who have devoted most of their own lives to Fleming’s creation. They recently signed Craig for at least two and possibly three more movies and hope to have the next Bond ready a couple of years from now. “It’s been a great partnership,” Broccoli says of Craig. “You couldn’t ask for a better leading man.”
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/bond-franchise-daniel-craigs-skyfall-387238

Billion-Dollar Bond Breakdown: Who’s Making What From ‘Skyfall’
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/daniel-craig-james-bond-skyfall-390090
MGM, the Broccoli family and Sony each have fingers in the pie as the extraordinary worldwide grosses come just in time for a flashy IPO.
This story first appeared in the Nov. 23 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.
The numbers have left Hollywood shaken and a little bit stirred. Skyfall, the 23rd installment of the 50-year-old James Bond franchise, has become a global phenomenon. Its opening-weekend haul in the U.S. was $88.4 million — almost $21 million more than the last Bond, 2008′s Quantum of Solace. Even adjusting for inflation, that’s a big leap. (Quantum’s $67.5 million would be $72.5 million in today’s dollars.) And overseas, the numbers are even more impressive, with $427.8 million in grosses outside the U.S. as of Nov. 11. Many Hollywood observers now believe the Sam Mendes-directed picture could be the first Bond to pass the $1 billion mark at the worldwide box office.
“In particular, the numbers in the U.K. and Latin America have been astonishing,” says Wunderlich Securities analyst Matthew Harrigan. “It speaks to the strength of the Bond franchise.”
The windfall will benefit three players in the Bond universe: studio MGM, producers and rightsholders Barbara Broccoli, 52, and Michael G. Wilson, 70, and distributor Sony Pictures. Here’s how Bond’s possible billion would be divvied up:
In a complicated deal that was heavily negotiated with Sony after MGM emerged from bankruptcy in 2010, several insiders say MGM and Broccoli and Wilson will jointly collect 75 percent of the movie’s profits, depending on overhead charges and other fees.
The remaining 25 percent will go to Sony, which funded part of Skyfall’s roughly $210 million production budget (it came in under $200 million after tax breaks) and which will recoup heavy costs for prints and advertising before profits are allocated. Sony is believed to be taking a distribution fee, but the precise amount is not known. (The studio declined comment.) 20th Century Fox is handling home video.
How MGM and the Broccoli family split their own 75 percent is also complicated. Two executives familiar with the deal say that it involves voluminous contracts between MGM and two companies controlled by Broccoli and Wilson, Eon Prods. and Danjaq LLC. The executives say the half-siblings and heirs to the original producer, Albert R. “Cubby” Broccoli, stand to make tens of millions, though just how much they will earn compared to MGM will be affected by the revenue source (theatrical vs. home video, for instance), different box-office thresholds, etc. One finance expert estimates that, if the movie grosses $1 billion, MGM and Broccoli/Wilson together would partake in roughly $150 million in profits (with another $50 million going to Sony) before they even get to the far more lucrative ancillary revenues.
The cash comes at a key time for MGM and its CEO Gary Barber, who is plotting a possible initial public offering in 2013, after the first installment of the MGM-produced The Hobbit is released by Warner Bros. Dec. 14. “This is very good for an IPO situation,” notes analyst Harold Vogel of the Skyfall numbers. “I believe they can use this capital to tide them over when they don’t have a Bond or a Hobbit movie.” Having such phenomenal success with a franchise that is not ending anytime soon “is important in putting any kind of a roadshow presentation together,” he adds.
One person who won’t share in the profits, however, is Daniel Craig. While sources say the Bond star made $17 million for Skyfall and is expected to receive bonuses for certain box office milestones, he is not a gross participant and won’t receive a piece of the backend. (The Broccolis famously do not offer backend to talent.)
But Craig, 44, likely will get a pay raise for Bond 24, which Skyfall co-writer John Logan is currently developing and which will be the first in the franchise whose storyline spans two films. The actor renegotiated his deal after 2006′s Casino Royale grossed nearly $600 million worldwide and is committed to at least two more outings as 007, but insiders expect a fresh renegotiation to take place.
That could leave Craig in the $20 million-plus zone reserved for Hollywood’s very top stars.

Hi Guinness

“(Hey!!! I just figured out why they call it a “shag carpet”!!! dah. Dan’s Van is covered in Shag Carpet. Damn if I had Dan, I would cover my entire abode in SHAG CARPET!!!)”

LOL!

Saw Skyfall for the second time yesterday, and it was even better than the first time – this time I was able to catch a lot more of the nuances, because I wasn’t just focusing of what would be happening next. And I noticed just how often Dan took off his shirt :)

The cinema was packed – the film has been running for 2 1/2 weeks and it was sold out.

We are talking about seeing it AGAIN *grin*

to Fio

“Daniel will attend the Australian Premiere!”

So it hasn’t been released in Australia yet? Those Aussies are in for a real treat!!!

Again and again. With Dan. Yes. and a shagging carpet.
oooooo–new thread.

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