Christopher Nolan, the man who essentially codified the "gritty realism" thing happening in every Superhero movie these days, has been approached to direct Bond 24.
Maybe Nolan can inject some gritty realism into the Bond franchise. No more kids-only Bond movies!
The unnamed Bond film is reportedly already being written, with producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson eyeing release within the next three years. Daniel Craig will return to the role of 007.
The director search is still in the very early stages, but Skyfall director Sam Mendes has stated that he is uninterested in the position.
What do you think of the idea of Nolan directing Bond? Could the Dark Knight Rises director take the franchise in an interesting direction?