Hollywood hunk Daniel Craig starrer new James Bond film is reportedly to be made in 3-D. The next instalment in the British spy movie franchise, which stars Craig as 007, has been delayed because bosses reportedly want the movie to utilise new three-dimensional technology, Female First reported.
"The 23rd Bond movie has been put back a few months and that has given them the time to prepare to film it in 3-D. Everyone involved in the project is really excited because it will take the franchise in a new direction," an insider said.
The yet untitled project had already bee delayed due to issues surrounding the impending sale of MGM Studios.
"Our timeline's a little up in the air, so we have to be flexible. We just don't know enough about the situation to comment, but we know it's uncertain," Producer Michael G Wilson had previously said.
Filmmaker Sam Mendes, who won an Oscar for his debut feature American Beauty, is also reportedly set to direct the film.
"I can confirm that he has had a meeting, but Sam always has lots of projects on the table that he might direct next. Sam's method is to have a number of projects as possible next films and at some point confirm which film he's going to do," Mendes publicist Sara Keene said.