Longtime James Bond producer Michael G. Wilson gave a ‘Master Class’ on the making of the 007 films at the Bradford International Film Festival in Bradford, UK and Cinema Retro publishers were lucky enough to attend it and report back on the event.
Michael G. Wilson
Taking place in the Cubby Broccoli Theatre of the National Media Museum, Wilson sat down for a one-on-on interview with Tony Earnshaw, Artistic Director of the Museum.
As many Bond fans are well aware, Wilson has been associated with the Bond series through his work on the screenplays, executive producing and from GoldenEye onwards, handling the main producing duties with stepsister Barbara Broccoli.
Following up a montage of the numerous blink-and-you’ll-miss-him cameo appearances he has had in every film since The Spy Who Loved Me, Wilson discussed how he came to work on the films and the controlled chaos that takes place during the production of each new Bond adventure (including Quantum of Solace).
Unfortunately, there was nothing new to report on Bond 23, as Wilson stated that no significant work had taken place on what will be Daniel Craig’s third James Bond film.
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