For many years, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer have partnered with five film studios: 20th Century Fox International, Universal Pictures (2001 only), Columbia Pictures (2005-2016), Warner Bros (started in 2012), and Paramount Pictures (started in 2013).
But now in this exclusive post. As i’ve questioned about the future of MGM before, i would imagine that: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer may merge three studio contacts, such as Warner Bros and Paramount Pictures, into one studio contact in which again may be the most predictable distribution partner: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.
While this, Daniel Craig is once again stayed for the next Bond film and to reprise his role as the world’s most famous MI6 spy; or he may be turned down to play the role of the same agent.
As i say that the next Bond film would be under the Walt Disney Pictures banner rather than Columbia Pictures or Warner Bros.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer may leave Warner Bros and Paramount as distribution partner if they sign the deal with The Walt Disney Studios.
In my theory; ‘Ben-Hur’, a factual-based historical epic, may be the last MGM film to be released by Paramount and another true-life drama ‘Me Before You’ may be the last MGM film to be released by Warner Bros through New Line Cinema. As well; The Magnificent Seven, a remake of the original 1960 film, may be the last MGM film to be released by Columbia Pictures.
Since then; Disney and MGM co-producing The Brothers Grimm under the Dimension Films label prior to Disney’s demise of the company, released on August 26th 2005.
The news about Bond 25 is yet to announced and meaning the the next Bond film won’t be out in cinemas until late-2018. Bond 25 may be doing a Martian War story if would be good. More to follow.