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‘Spectre’ wasn’t as good as ‘Skyfall’ because extra time ‘wasn’t on my side’

‘Spectre’ wasn’t as good as ‘Skyfall’ because extra time ‘wasn’t on my side’

Sam Mendes Which many consider to be the best James Bond its movie Daniel Craig era, “Skyfall.” But, since the film industry is infinitely cruel, he “Spectre,” which is considered by many to be the worst modern Bond film.

In a new interview with Dr The Hollywood Reporter, Sam Mendes reflected in “Skyfall” and “Spectre.” His assessment of the two movies seems to align quite closely with popular fan sentiment. The director realized that “Spectre” was not received nearly as well as “Skyfall” and he attributed the difference in quality to the film’s different production timeline. The success of “Skyfall” encouraged producers to quickly move on to other movies, and he believes the lack of preparation time ultimately hurt the story.

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“These movies are very difficult to write. That 10 months of downtime, that’s when the script really turned around, because we had time to go down blind alleys and try things like that. [Bond/Silva team-up]. And the time to make ‘Spectre’ was not given to me. And you see the difference in the script,” says Mendes. “[With ‘Spectre’], I had some stress. of course [producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson] The latter put some pressure on me and Daniel to make, so that makes a big difference. People saying: ‘We want you to do this’ and passionately pushing me to do it was a big thing.

Mendes wasn’t the only one who felt the pressure on the “Spectre” set. Dave Bautista recently talked about how exciting Daniel Craig was while filming the movie and how relaxed he was during “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.”

“He was actually held on bond,” Dr. Bautista. “You could feel he was under a lot of pressure. He didn’t seem like the happiest person in Bond, but it was quite the opposite in ‘Glass Onion’.

Bautista continued: “He was very funny, and he was always smiling and happy and very communicative. On ‘Spectre,’ there wasn’t a lot of interaction with the whole cast. But ‘Glass Onion’ was the complete opposite. We always was together. So I got to know him better as a person and actually saw him do his thing.”

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