How was EON's new film received and what lies in store for 007 after 2020?
In this episode, Bill draws the straw to go to one of the first US screenings of EON Productions' new film The Rhythm Section and files his report. Back in the world of James Bond, we follow up on the Billie Eilish news and ponder what the Oscar ceremony may have in store (or not), and from one long production to another, debate the merits of a 3-hour runtime. Along the way, we worry about Ben Whishaw's comments, reach down the back of the couch to help Aston Martin's rescue deal, wonder what might be in store with a second trailer, and kick around preferences for an MGM takeover between Apple, Netflix, Amazon, and Disney. We round out by making a couple of bold predictions for the next ten years.
The recording took place on January 31st 2020 in the USA and Spain.
Bill Koenig runs the Spy Command at hmssweblog.wordpress.com
David Leigh runs thejamesbonddossier.com
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