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Latest James Bond Film Axed by Article News  ISBN/ITEM#: CM100712BONDAXE
Date: 12 July 2010

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We're having difficulty wrapping our minds around two concepts. First of all, how did Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) get into $3.7 billion worth of debt? Second, if Quantum of Solace, earned $586 million at the worldwide box office, then why did MGM kill the next James Bond film before it could begin production?

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The latest James Bond film, which was due to be released in 2012, has been axed due to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's cash problems - the historical studio is in debt to the tune of $3.7 billion. The film was to star Daniel Craig, with Sam Mendes directing a screenplay written by Peter Morgan. A statement from Bond producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli said: "We do not know when development will resume and cannot comment further at this stage." The previous James Bond film, Quantum of Solace, earned $586 million at the worldwide box office.


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