Magazine Next Hollywood has apparently talked with James Bond scribe Bruce Fierstein who spilled some details on Bond 20. He has stated that there will be a larger break before the next movie which is scheduled to open in 2002, which easily fits with what Pierce Brosnan has been asking for.
More interesting is his comment that Bond producers are interested in doing a Bond script he completed back in 1993 which was dropped in favor of “Goldeneye”. Why? Read this spoiler warning to find out:
Highlight To Read: “We were afraid that some of the things in the script would cause a big surprise for the audience. It would be too incredible at that time. Now that Pierce have determined his interpretation of James Bond the next step will be reliable in the eyes of the audience”.
The full interview will reportedly be in the April edition.