Two-part sequel announced for 007 film 'Skyfall'
Screenwriter of the latest 007 film, John Logan, is already at work on the movie's two-part sequel, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
As Skyfall rolls out worldwide, Logan, of Gladiator fame, is already working on the 24th and 25th chapters of the James Bond saga, both direct follow-ups to Skyfall. The films will stray away from Ian Fleming's works, which was already the case with Quantum of Solace and Skyfall.
The plot is purposefully shrouded in mystery, but it has been confirmed that Daniel Craig will reprise his starring role in the sequels. Some of the characters that were brought back from James Bond lore for Skyfall, such as Q (Ben Wishaw), will also be woven into the plot. According to The Daily Mail, the first part should start shooting in late 2013.
Bond fans are currently flocking to theatres to watch Skyfall.
In the movie, the aging agent 007 tries to save M, whose safety is at stake following the loss of a hard drive containing the list of British secret agents currently on undercover missions.
Judi Dench, Javier Bardem, Ralph Fiennes, Bérénice Marlohe and Naomie Harris share the screen with Daniel Craig in the Sam Mendes-directed spy flick.