The Hollywood Reporter reports that Bond 22 will be delayed to a 7 November 2008 release date.
Originally set for release on 2 May of the same year, the 22nd official James Bond film would have been the first summer release in the series since 1989’s Licence To Kill. Sony is reportedly looking for a director for the new 007 film after negotiations reportedly fell through with Roger Michell.
Sony Pictures Entertainment vice chairman Jeff Blake said: ‘Eighteen months was a very short window… We’re going to stay the course.’
Daniel Craig has already been signed to play Bond once in again in Bond 22.
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