In his role as a Bond producer, Michael G. Wilson took over the fate of the James Bond franchise together with his sister Barbara Broccoli in 1995. Together they have steered the cinematic agent through the Pierce Brosnan era, reinvigorated him with the introduction of Daniel Craig in 2006 and celebrated huge success with “Skyfall” (2012) and “Spectre” (2015) being the most successful Bond films in recent years.
In a recent set of interviews given at the Loyola Marymount School of Film and TV, Michael G. Wilson speaks about working with actor Daniel Craig and whether he would return for yet another Bond film. Wilson also sheds some light on the future of the Bond films in regard to a possible distributor change.
Loyola Marymount School of Film and TV is ranked among the top 10 best film schools in the US. Located in Los Angeles, LMU SFTV offers graduate and undergraduate degrees in production, animation, screenwriting, recording arts. Visit their website to find out more: sftv.lmu.edu