2. The Silence of the Lambs
3. Tomb Raider
4. Raging Bull
5. The Pink Panther franchise
6. Rocky franchise
7. Creed franchise
8. Legally Blonde franchise
9. Rain Man
11. Basic Instinct
12. RoboCop franchise
13. The Birdcage
15. Twelve Angry Men
16. The Magnificent Seven
17. The Thomas Crown Affair
18. Doctor Zhivago
20. Thelma and Louise
The other half is under Danjaq, which is co-owned by EON productions’ Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson.
According to Bond news site MI6 HQ, the acquisition will not affect the theatrical release of No Time To Die.
Daniel Craig’s fifth and final Bond movie will be distributed internationally by Universal Pictures with a UK release date of September 30 in cinemas.
This model has been working very well on Disney+ across that studio’s Marvel and Star Wars properties.
However, it remains to be seen if such a modern move would be viable for a more traditional franchise like Bond, which has far fewer characters than others.
While any such plans would have to be signed off with the Bond producers at EON productions.
The producer told Total Film last year: “It will have to be reimagined, in the way each actor has reimagined the role.
“That’s what is so exciting and fun about this franchise; the character evolves.
“Eventually, when we have to think about it, we’ll find the right person.”
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