A brief paragraph written by The Observer‘s Jason Solomons is stirring up a bit of discussion amongst James Bond fans.
After reporting that Paul Haggis has lined up the tentatively-titled The Next Three Days as his latest project, Solomons mentions that the screenwriter-director is also tipped to ‘feature as script writer’ on the latest 007 film, Bond 23.
So far, details on what will be Daniel Craig’s third time around as Bond are being kept to a strict minimum. In mid-May, CommanderBond.net reported that work had commenced on the film, which is expected to feature an original story. Just yesterday, it was reported that the opium trade in Afghanistan may feature in the film, although Eon Productions refused to issue any comment.
If Haggis does indeed return for Bond 23, this will also be his third 007 adventure, having received screenplay credits for both Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace.
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