Why Did Russos Detained The Ethical Ghostface of Bond tenure?


So, together with long-time collaborators, writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, the Russos started work on Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame. While tackling the projects was a great opportunity, it also came with immense pressure, especially after the MCU’s decent track record. Ultimately, they delivered on that, as well. Therefore, it’s no wonder that when news broke out that they are currently in talks to return to the franchise, fans were excited. It was, however, derailed by Scarlett Johansson’s lawsuit against Disney regarding Black Widow’s same-day release in theaters and Disney+.

The official trailer for Scream (2022) has been released with much anticipation, but it also suggests the franchise’s core couple Dewey and Gale may have gotten divorced. Aside from iconic final girl Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell), Dewey Riley (David Arquette) and Gale Weathers (Friends’ Courteney Cox) are the only other characters who have survived every Scream movie. Their prominence in the movies and ability to take down all of the Ghostfaces Resident Evil has made them fan favorites, especially since they have served as the major romantic relationship that last lasted throughout the movies. After over 25 years of being together and hunted by Ghostface, Dewey and Gale may have finally called it quits in Scream 2022.

Despite No Time To Die’s canonical flashback, Casino Royale marks the official start of Craig’s James Bond tenure. Casino Royale begins with Bond receiving his 00 status and earning his “License To Kill” after assassinating the traitorous Dryden and Fisher at the British Embassy in Prague. Casino Royale’s emotional Bond is then sent to Montenegro for a high-stakes Texas hold em’ tournament that will permanently shape who Bond becomes. Craig’s fledgling career as Bond is also reflected in 007’s narrative, left heartbroken by Vesper Lynd’s betrayal and subsequent death. Despite deviating from Fleming’s original Casino Royale narrative set in 1951, both iterations depict an origin story for a young James Bond getting to grips with his newfound status and the hardening of his psyche as an MI6 agent.


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