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#1: Roger Michell to direct RISICO?

Posted on 2006-07-17 20:38:21 by Mac

Rumours on the usual Bond sites today involve Daniel Craig's former two-time
collaborator Roger Michell being linked with the Bond 22 job, supposedly
bearing the working title RISICO. Furthermore, the story outline is the
brainchild of Michael G Wilson, who hasn't been involved in the creation of
a Bond story since 1989.

The producers are apparently looking for a writer and this seems to indicate
that, despite comments from EON last year, Neil Purvis and Robert Wade are
no longer involved with Bond 22, or RISICO if you will.

Always thought RISICO was a decent title.
--
--Mac

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#2: Re: Roger Michell to direct RISICO?

Posted on 2006-07-17 20:50:14 by pussfeller

Mac wrote:
> Rumours on the usual Bond sites today involve Daniel Craig's former two-time
> collaborator Roger Michell being linked with the Bond 22 job, supposedly
> bearing the working title RISICO. Furthermore, the story outline is the
> brainchild of Michael G Wilson, who hasn't been involved in the creation of
> a Bond story since 1989.
>
> The producers are apparently looking for a writer and this seems to indicate
> that, despite comments from EON last year, Neil Purvis and Robert Wade are
> no longer involved with Bond 22, or RISICO if you will.
>
> Always thought RISICO was a decent title.
> --
> --Mac

I agree with you about RISICO Mac. And it seems with the fast-track
hiring of a director, it could lend credence to the idea of a BOND 22
release for 2007! I suspect Purvis & Wade provided some material,
otherwise why would EON mention it before? Daniel Craig evidently has
other work lined up but it seems there could be a wide enough gap for
rest, additional work and a January/February '07 start date.

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#3: Re: Roger Michell to direct RISICO?

Posted on 2006-07-17 21:00:45 by Mac

<a href="mailto:pussfeller&#64;cableone.net" target="_blank">pussfeller&#64;cableone.net</a> wrote:

&gt; I agree with you about RISICO Mac. And it seems with the fast-track
&gt; hiring of a director, it could lend credence to the idea of a BOND 22
&gt; release for 2007! I suspect Purvis &amp; Wade provided some material,
&gt; otherwise why would EON mention it before? Daniel Craig evidently has
&gt; other work lined up but it seems there could be a wide enough gap for
&gt; rest, additional work and a January/February '07 start date.

Hey stranger! Yes, this move would point to the likelihood of a Bond film
in 2007 with EON adopting the same one-two tactic they used to
introduce Roger Moore as Bond.

It's possible Purvis and Wade were originally working from that Michael
Wilson outline and, as has happened many times before, EON want
to bring in someone else to take a pass at the material.

I've not read the script (I don't want too many spoilers), but certain
things suggest to me, and I'm only guessing, the two films will have
a shared storyline.
--
--Mac

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#4: Re: Roger Michell to direct RISICO?

Posted on 2006-07-18 02:25:40 by phil.gerrard1

Mac wrote:

&gt; Hey stranger! Yes, this move would point to the likelihood of a Bond film
&gt; in 2007 with EON adopting the same one-two tactic they used to
&gt; introduce Roger Moore as Bond.

As much as I hate how it turned out in practice with Moore, in theory I
like that idea a lot.

&gt; It's possible Purvis and Wade were originally working from that Michael
&gt; Wilson outline and, as has happened many times before, EON want
&gt; to bring in someone else to take a pass at the material.

There have been a few names thrown around now, so I'm not sure what to
think, except that I'm glad that Bruce Fierstein's name hasn't yet been
mentioned...

Question: how the hell will we find a neat acronym for 'Risico' if
that's what the movie will eventually be called? 'R' seems somehow
inadequate, yet 'RI', 'RS', 'RC', and 'RO' don't read very well when
compared to the acronyms for the other movies.

You know you've been here too long when such things start to worry
you...

Best

Phil

Good to see you back, pussfeller

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#5: Re: Roger Michell to direct RISICO?

Posted on 2006-07-18 02:36:53 by pussfeller

<a href="mailto:phil.gerrard&#64;ntlworld.com" target="_blank">phil.gerrard&#64;ntlworld.com</a> wrote:
&gt; Mac wrote:
&gt;
&gt; &gt; Hey stranger! Yes, this move would point to the likelihood of a Bond film
&gt; &gt; in 2007 with EON adopting the same one-two tactic they used to
&gt; &gt; introduce Roger Moore as Bond.
&gt;
&gt; As much as I hate how it turned out in practice with Moore, in theory I
&gt; like that idea a lot.
&gt;
&gt; &gt; It's possible Purvis and Wade were originally working from that Michael
&gt; &gt; Wilson outline and, as has happened many times before, EON want
&gt; &gt; to bring in someone else to take a pass at the material.
&gt;
&gt; There have been a few names thrown around now, so I'm not sure what to
&gt; think, except that I'm glad that Bruce Fierstein's name hasn't yet been
&gt; mentioned...
&gt;
&gt; Question: how the hell will we find a neat acronym for 'Risico' if
&gt; that's what the movie will eventually be called? 'R' seems somehow
&gt; inadequate, yet 'RI', 'RS', 'RC', and 'RO' don't read very well when
&gt; compared to the acronyms for the other movies.
&gt;
&gt; You know you've been here too long when such things start to worry
&gt; you...
&gt;
&gt; Best
&gt;
&gt; Phil
&gt;
&gt; Good to see you back, pussfeller

Thanks for the kind words my friends. In fact, I've never left, only
lurk about reading the posts of others. My poor old brain just doesn't
come up with enough interesting material to warrant writing it down
anymore. Regards the acronym, I suggest RSCO, like as with FRWL or
NSNA. I agree it does seem we're concerned with trifles.

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#6: Re: Roger Michell to direct RISICO?

Posted on 2006-07-18 02:44:46 by Mac

<a href="mailto:phil.gerrard&#64;ntlworld.com" target="_blank">phil.gerrard&#64;ntlworld.com</a> wrote:

&gt; There have been a few names thrown around now, so I'm not sure what to
&gt; think, except that I'm glad that Bruce Fierstein's name hasn't yet
&gt; been mentioned...

Tom Stoppard is the name most bandied about. He's done a fair bit of
script-doctoring in the past, including INDIANA JONES AND
THE LAST CRUSADE and REVENGE OF THE SITH. He's supposedly
followed Tony Gilroy on THE BOURNE ULTIMATUM.

&gt; Question: how the hell will we find a neat acronym for 'Risico' if
&gt; that's what the movie will eventually be called? 'R' seems somehow
&gt; inadequate, yet 'RI', 'RS', 'RC', and 'RO' don't read very well when
&gt; compared to the acronyms for the other movies.
&gt;
&gt; You know you've been here too long when such things start to worry
&gt; you...

Only those who actually use abbreviated titles... ;)
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--Mac

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#7: Re: Roger Michell to direct RISICO?

Posted on 2006-07-18 02:56:39 by WQ

<a href="mailto:phil.gerrard&#64;ntlworld.com" target="_blank">phil.gerrard&#64;ntlworld.com</a> wrote:
&gt; Mac wrote:
&gt;
&gt; &gt; Hey stranger! Yes, this move would point to the likelihood of a Bond film
&gt; &gt; in 2007 with EON adopting the same one-two tactic they used to
&gt; &gt; introduce Roger Moore as Bond.
&gt;
&gt; As much as I hate how it turned out in practice with Moore, in theory I
&gt; like that idea a lot.
&gt;
&gt; &gt; It's possible Purvis and Wade were originally working from that Michael
&gt; &gt; Wilson outline and, as has happened many times before, EON want
&gt; &gt; to bring in someone else to take a pass at the material.
&gt;
&gt; There have been a few names thrown around now, so I'm not sure what to
&gt; think, except that I'm glad that Bruce Fierstein's name hasn't yet been
&gt; mentioned...

--- I'm willing to give it a crack. If anything, I'd really liven up
the script - just as I have this group.

&gt; Question: how the hell will we find a neat acronym for 'Risico' if
&gt; that's what the movie will eventually be called? 'R' seems somehow
&gt; inadequate, yet 'RI', 'RS', 'RC', and 'RO' don't read very well when
&gt; compared to the acronyms for the other movies.

--- When the vowels get in the way, just work with the consonants -
RSC. At least it keeps a partial form of the pronounciation - RSC, as
in risk, just as risk is partially of Risico.

&gt; You know you've been here too long when such things start to worry
&gt; you...

--- I think about stuff like that all the time, never worry about them,
though. However, others may worry about me sometimes.

&gt;
&gt; Best
&gt;
&gt; Phil
&gt;
&gt; Good to see you back, pussfeller

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#8: Re: Roger Michell to direct RISICO?

Posted on 2006-07-18 03:41:02 by phil.gerrard1

WQ wrote:

&gt; When the vowels get in the way, just work with the consonants -
&gt; RSC. At least it keeps a partial form of the pronounciation - RSC, as
&gt; in risk, just as risk is partially of Risico.

To many Brits that stands for Royal Shakespeare Company, for which
Timothy Dalton, Michael Kitchen, Sean Bean, Judi Dench, and scores of
other Bond regulars have worked. There's potential for years' worth of
misunderstanding here.

Should be fun :-)

Best

Phil

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#9: Re: Roger Michell to direct RISICO?

Posted on 2006-07-18 04:14:47 by WQ

<a href="mailto:phil.gerrard&#64;ntlworld.com" target="_blank">phil.gerrard&#64;ntlworld.com</a> wrote:
&gt; WQ wrote:
&gt;
&gt; &gt; When the vowels get in the way, just work with the consonants -
&gt; &gt; RSC. At least it keeps a partial form of the pronounciation - RSC, as
&gt; &gt; in risk, just as risk is partially of Risico.
&gt;
&gt; To many Brits that stands for Royal Shakespeare Company, for which
&gt; Timothy Dalton, Michael Kitchen, Sean Bean, Judi Dench, and scores of
&gt; other Bond regulars have worked. There's potential for years' worth of
&gt; misunderstanding here.
&gt;
&gt; Should be fun :-)

--- Only in Britain. The rest of the world will likely be ignorant of
that - and probably miss out on all the jokes.

&gt;
&gt; Best
&gt;
&gt; Phil

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#10: Re: Roger Michell to direct RISICO?

Posted on 2006-07-18 17:46:20 by Mark

&gt;
&gt; --- Only in Britain. The rest of the world will likely be ignorant of
&gt; that - and probably miss out on all the jokes.
&gt;


Does anywhere else really matter, anyway?

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#11: Re: Roger Michell to direct RISICO?

Posted on 2006-07-19 10:14:50 by Guy Clapperton

On 18/7/06 01:25, in article
<a href="mailto:1153182340.850678.163700&#64;75g2000cwc.googlegroups.com" target="_blank">1153182340.850678.163700&#64;75g2000cwc.googlegroups.com</a>,
&quot;<a href="mailto:phil.gerrard&#64;ntlworld.com" target="_blank">phil.gerrard&#64;ntlworld.com</a>&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:phil.gerrard1&#64;ntlworld.com" target="_blank">phil.gerrard1&#64;ntlworld.com</a>&gt; wrote:
&gt;
&gt; Question: how the hell will we find a neat acronym for 'Risico' if
&gt; that's what the movie will eventually be called? '

Don't be paranoid, but that's exactly why Ian Fleming came up with the
title. Far-sighted of him in the extreme but it was entirely to annoy you.

Regards
Guy

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#12: Re: Roger Michell to direct RISICO?

Posted on 2006-07-20 01:46:01 by phil.gerrard1

Guy wrote:

&gt; Don't be paranoid, but that's exactly why Ian Fleming came up with the
&gt; title. Far-sighted of him in the extreme but it was entirely to annoy you.

Coming up with acronym-resistant titles, dropping dead before he could
step in during the production of YOLT and say 'hang on a minute, what's
going on here?', writing DAF the novel in the first place... you're
right, the plummy-voiced little bugger really did have it in for me.

Best

Phil

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#13: Re: Roger Michell to direct RISICO?

Posted on 2006-07-20 17:37:21 by Paul Clarke

<a href="mailto:phil.gerrard&#64;ntlworld.com" target="_blank">phil.gerrard&#64;ntlworld.com</a> wrote:
&gt; Guy wrote:
&gt;
&gt;
&gt;&gt;Don't be paranoid, but that's exactly why Ian Fleming came up with the
&gt;&gt;title. Far-sighted of him in the extreme but it was entirely to annoy you.
&gt;
&gt;
&gt; Coming up with acronym-resistant titles, dropping dead before he could
&gt; step in during the production of YOLT and say 'hang on a minute, what's
&gt; going on here?',

LOL! I can imagine Ian Fleming walking around the set of the
hollowed-out volcano and saying &quot;Excuse me old chap, but what the bloody
hell are you doing?&quot;

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==007===
“My dear girl, there are some things that just aren't done, such as
drinking Dom Perignon '53 above a temperature of 38 degrees Fahrenheit.
That's as bad as putting a secret agent in a gorilla suit.”

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#14: Re: Roger Michell to direct RISICO?

Posted on 2006-07-22 17:51:20 by Absorb

Mac wrote:
&gt; Rumours on the usual Bond sites today involve Daniel Craig's former two-time
&gt; collaborator Roger Michell being linked with the Bond 22 job, supposedly
&gt; bearing the working title RISICO. Furthermore, the story outline is the
&gt; brainchild of Michael G Wilson, who hasn't been involved in the creation of
&gt; a Bond story since 1989.
&gt;
&gt; The producers are apparently looking for a writer and this seems to indicate
&gt; that, despite comments from EON last year, Neil Purvis and Robert Wade are
&gt; no longer involved with Bond 22, or RISICO if you will.
&gt;
&gt; Always thought RISICO was a decent title.

Like the title, but since CR isn't even out yet, I feel as though this
is getting ahead of ourselves.

Absorb
------------------------------------------------------------ -----------------
&quot;Being cheap and looking cheap are two different things. Alas, LTK
suffers the latter to the detriment of the film. Having Bond stay in a
hotel resembling a two-star Comfort Inn is like having him buy &quot;White
Chicks&quot; at Wal-Mart. Just because it can be done doesn't mean it should
be.&quot;

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