Jez Butterworth has done some polishing to “Bond 24” scriptNovember 9, 2014
Jez Butterworth is best known for the eight plays he wrote between 1992 and 2012, including “Mojo” and “Jerusalem“. He has also penned scripts for the big screen including Tom Cruise blockbuster “Edge of Tomorrow” and James Brown biopic “Get On Up“.
Source: International Business Times
According to an article in New Yorker magazine, Butterworth has been called to do some modifications to “Bond 24” script:
“It was early September, and Butterworth, who divides his time between London and a farm in Somerset, had spent the week in conference with Sam Mendes and Daniel Craig, tweaking story lines for the new Bond movie. (He hates corporate limos and had been conveyed every morning to Pinewood Studios, outside London, on the back of a motorbike.) This was Butterworth’s second Bond; he worked on “Skyfall,” too, making the kind of script changes that his twelve-year-old self, watching the movie at the St. Albans Odeon, would be pleased to see. “You know, like Bond doesn’t have scenes with other men. Bond shoots other men—he doesn’t sit around chatting to them. So you put a line through that.”
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