nun kommen nach und nach die interviews und berichte vom pressetermin in der türkei rein, ich komme gar nicht mit dem lesen nach.
http://collider.com/daniel-craig-barbar ... ew/162975/
http://collider.com/sam-mendes-skyfall- ... ew/162988/
http://collider.com/berenice-marlohe-sk ... ew/163057/
http://collider.com/naomie-harris-skyfa ... ew/163000/
http://collider.com/skyfall-james-bond- ... ul/163195/
http://www.hollywood.com/news/Skyfall_J ... y/25962390
http://www.hollywood.com/news/skyfall_d ... t/25951730
http://www.cinemablend.com/new/Ten-Bigg ... 30713.html
There are times when you think, “Jesus Christ, is there any story left here? What are we going to do?” And then, within that structure, that basic structure, you begin to understand how much freedom you have, particularly if you have an actor like Daniel [Craig] who can take the central character who you can push into areas perhaps he hasn’t been in before. One of the things I was very…I think it’s fair to say that without the extra time we wouldn’t have written such a good baddie and I don’t think we would have gotten Javier [Bardem] to play him, for example. One of the things I thought when I watched them, rewatched them, was it’s been a while since there was, even with Daniel, there’s been a while since there was a classic…what I would call a classic Bond villain. I’m not saying these guys weren’t great. I thought Mads [Mikkelsen] was particularly good in Casino Royale. But I wanted somebody perhaps a bit more flamboyant, perhaps a bit more frightening, and so I felt like we needed a great actor to achieve that.