The latest installment of Daniel Craig's 007 franchise will commence shooting in late 2011, opening two weeks early in the U.K.
The actor is in talks to play Mr. Magwitch in Mike Newell's adaptation of the Charles Dickens classic
The new worldwide Blu-ray Disc and DVD distribution pact is renewed through 2016.
Both studios come to an agreement to co-finance, market and distribute the next two 007 adventures starring Daniel Craig.
Director Sam Mendes and producer Barbara Broccoli are currently in Johannesburg to prepare for this upcoming 007 adventure.
The actress who plays spymaster M doesn't yet know where director Sam Mendes' awaited sequel will begin principal photography.
Daniel Craig puts on a wig after being berated by Judi Dench's M in this new short film.
The actor is close to signing a deal, but isn't sure how many sequels he wants to appear in.
The famed British studio expands its reach into the Latin American market.
The studio announces its first post-bankruptcy slate with a slew of remakes, including The Idolmaker and Hercules.
MGM and Sony are working out a deal to bring Sony's already made movies to theaters sooner rather than later.
The British actor is circling an unknown role said to be 'darkly complex,' although it is not the same part Javier Bardem is up for.
The Biutiful Oscar nominee reveals he's waiting to read the script before agreeing to join 007 for his next adventure.
The director says that he isn't through with acting just yet, and if the right project comes along he will go before the camera once again.
Sam Mendes is directing Daniel Craig in this new 007 installment although it isn't clear what character Bardem will play.
The actress revealed she will reprise her M role for the seventh time, dating back to the 1995 movie Goldeneye.
The actress may turn down the role due to her romantic ties with 007 leading man Daniel Craig.
The actor wanted to play the main villain in 007's next adventure, but director Sam Mendes has other ideas for him.
Shooting on the latest 007 adventure will begin later this year for a November 2012 release, with Simon Russell Beale eyed as the villain.
While MGM awaits bids from other studios to help assist in production costs, screenwriters are continuing to work on the eagerly awaited next chapter in the 007 series.