A depressed James Bond?
Are you ready to get inside James Bond's mind and find out what inner demons he's fighting?
That's probably what you'll get in Skyfall, the 23rd installment of the world famous franchise, if what director Sam Mendes said recently were to go by.
The new flick will delve into the emotional aspect of the iconic character, said the filmmaker in Istanbul recently.
"You always go back to the (James Bond author Ian) Fleming because the character Fleming created over a number of novels was incredibly complex.
"Some people sometimes forget in the cliche of Bond, which is the international playboy, and someone who's always untroubled, and almost never breaks a sweat, that actually what (Fleming) created was a very conflicted character," said Mendes.
That's why we'll most likely see agent 007 experiencing a "combination of lassitude, boredom, depression, difficulty with what he's chosen to do for a living, which is to kill" in Skyfall.
Source: Digital Spy
Published April 30 2012