EON Productions

how can I contact "EON Productions" directly???

in London or Los Angeles? I'd prefer L.A. though.. but either way ..

I need an acurate post adr. or e-mail adr.!

this is serious and VERY Important !!!
can't say more about it right now ;-((

I need a direct contact to the source: Barbara, Michael, anyone in charge ... legit.

--- my direct contact: pop_artist@web.de ---

thanks everyone ;-))

PS: I've been told that BOND 22 (script) is a mixture of 'Risico', 'Hildebrandt..., 'Property of a lady' AND '007 in New York' -- they're in the middle of the writing process.

(to be continued)

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  • BarbelBarbel ScotlandPosts: 31,055Chief of Staff
    Bondgal007 wrote:
    I've been told that BOND 22 (script) is a mixture of 'Risico', 'Hildebrandt..., 'Property of a lady' AND '007 in New York' -- they're in the middle of the writing process.

    I don't think that's very likely. Almost everything usable from those stories has been filmed already. The titles may be used, though even that's unlikely.

    As to getting in touch with EON, their London HQ more or less goes into hibernation between films (as now). A skeleton staff led by the office manager is present, but their policy is to ignore unsolicited advances (partially for legal reasons; if someone submits a screenplay about, say, Bond tracking down an enemy agent in the Sahara desert which is rejected by EON and five years later they make a film with that very same plot, their main defence is never to have read that script.). I have no direct knowledge of their LA situation, but I would imagine it's much the same.
  • Bondgal007Bondgal007 Posts: 4MI6 Agent
    I'm not interested in sending script ideas..

    I'm sure the two guys they have can handle it, and as far as the titles I've mentioned it's a fact, and yeah there are plenty of elements you can use out of 4 novels combined together, thats why they have pros. sitting ;-))

    love
  • bluemanblueman PDXPosts: 1,667MI6 Agent
    Hmmm, interesting. About time we had somebody pop in with some scuttle. Thanks, BG007.
  • BarbelBarbel ScotlandPosts: 31,055Chief of Staff
    Bondgal007 wrote:
    I'm not interested in sending script ideas..

    I'm sure the two guys they have can handle it, and as far as the titles I've mentioned it's a fact, and yeah there are plenty of elements you can use out of 4 novels combined together, thats why they have pros. sitting ;-))

    love

    What I said above applies to other matters than screenplays, though. Best of luck!

    The titles you mention are short stories, not novels and there's not all that much in them left to be used. "Risico" features faithfully in FYEO; "Property Of A Lady" in OP. LTK used some details from "The Hildebrand Rarity" although not the plot as such, so that remains. "007 In New York" is very short and has no real plot. Another short story "Quantum Of Solace" hasn't been touched at all.
  • LoeffelholzLoeffelholz The United States, With LovePosts: 8,854Quartermasters
    edited March 2007
    Barbel wrote:
    "007 In New York" is very short and has no real plot.

    Still...a certain French-Algerian chap might well be co-opting another bit of crumpet from Her Majesty's government...
    "Blood & Ashes"...AVAILABLE on Amazon.co.uk: Get 'Jaded': Blood & Ashes: The Debut Oscar Jade Thriller
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  • LoeffelholzLoeffelholz The United States, With LovePosts: 8,854Quartermasters
    Bondgal007,

    I've emailed you the address, phone and fax numbers listed for DANJAQ, LLC, in Santa Monica, California, from a 2004 Hollywood Creative Directory I had laying around. The info may or may not still be accurate.

    Best of luck to you.

    - The German
    "Blood & Ashes"...AVAILABLE on Amazon.co.uk: Get 'Jaded': Blood & Ashes: The Debut Oscar Jade Thriller
    "I am not an entrant in the Shakespeare Stakes." - Ian Fleming
    "Screw 'em." - Daniel Craig, The Best James Bond EverTM
  • bluemanblueman PDXPosts: 1,667MI6 Agent
    Dude, you're like a real live spy...cool. B-)
  • Mark HazardMark Hazard West Midlands, UKPosts: 495MI6 Agent
    Or if the US address & number fails, try their office at Pinewood Studios:

    Eon Productions
    Pinewood Studios
    Iver Heath
    Buckinghamshire
    SL0 0NH

    (which is the same reply I gave to the same question on MI6.co.uk - you sure do get around).
  • BarbelBarbel ScotlandPosts: 31,055Chief of Staff
    Barbel wrote:
    Bondgal007 wrote:
    I've been told that BOND 22 (script) is a mixture of 'Risico', 'Hildebrandt..., 'Property of a lady' AND '007 in New York' -- they're in the middle of the writing process.

    I don't think that's very likely. Almost everything usable from those stories has been filmed already. The titles may be used, though even that's unlikely.

    Hm, you're right and I'm wrong, according to recent reports. I still say that there's very little in the way of characters and plot left usable from these stories (see earlier post). Still, that's never stopped EON before!
  • Bondgal007Bondgal007 Posts: 4MI6 Agent
    I was overwhelmed by the response - so many emails tryin' to help!

    THANKS everybody ;-)) much appreciate it

    I'm in stunt coordination and film production in Europe and the US. - about my knowledge of the script.. well - somebody who knows directly Paul Haggis, told me about the direction they're taking with BOND 22 (incl. the 4 shorts) - and people are going to be surprised how much you can milk out a story - in this case we have 4!!

    we're good

    THANKS again for everything

    special THANKS to Loeffelholz for the efforts!
  • bluemanblueman PDXPosts: 1,667MI6 Agent
    Haggis? That would be cool, if he's back on board for the rewrites.
  • Bondgal007Bondgal007 Posts: 4MI6 Agent
    Hi everybody,

    Thank you once again very much, appreciate everyones help and effort!

    we got so much love it's overwhelming, from e-mail adr., office adr., direct phone lines and even CELL PHONE numbers... AND THEY 'RE ALL LEGIT, we've tested and contacts already established.

    BUT if anyone here got another piece of advice or another contact.. please don't hesitate!!!

    things currently are a little slow BUT sure, since BOND 22 is pretty much in pre-stage!

    we (in Germany as well in the US.) are getting our ideas ready, until then I'll keep you updated anything interesting on the outcome happens.

    keep your fingers crossed!


    Have a Great One
    D.
  • ctissctiss Posts: 2MI6 Agent
    edited April 2010
    Hello,


    I am a foreigner so please excuse the possible mistakes in my message.



    I am looking for the same things than Bondgall007.

    Someone gave me this link http://eonfilm.com/ but no reply, and I tried the fax number for Danjaq LLC (ending by 3189) but it seems it was not active anymore.

    So if you have another contact I can try, please send me a private message.

    Thank you
  • bondfanbondfan Posts: 70MI6 Agent
    I would use the Pinewood address. They still keep offices (was in the hallway 4 months agao) there and I know they have folks in there everyday. If its of sincere importance, I am sure a staffer' can easily be in touch with Barbara or Michael.
  • ctissctiss Posts: 2MI6 Agent
    ok, I will try that.


    thank you
  • Marketto007Marketto007 BrazilPosts: 237MI6 Agent
    Hi guys, I need an email of EON, regarding a very important subject with them. Can anyone arrange it to me?

    Thanks.

    xxx
  • ke02ewwke02eww USPosts: 2,064MI6 Agent
    If you google eon you'll find this...

    http://www.kftv.com/company-9680.html

    Contact Details

    Address: Eon House
    138 Piccadilly
    London
    W1J 7NR
    UK
    Detailed country information for United Kingdom
    For a map of this company's location click here


    Telephone:  (0)20 7493 7953
    Fax:  (0)20 7408 1236
    International Dialling Code: +44

    Good luck...
  • Marketto007Marketto007 BrazilPosts: 237MI6 Agent
    ke02eww wrote:
    If you google eon you'll find this...

    http://www.kftv.com/company-9680.html

    Contact Details

    Address: Eon House
    138 Piccadilly
    London
    W1J 7NR
    UK
    Detailed country information for United Kingdom
    For a map of this company's location click here


    Telephone:  (0)20 7493 7953
    Fax:  (0)20 7408 1236
    International Dialling Code: +44

    Good luck...

    I know, but since I'm from Brazil, I'd like to have an email to contact them. It's much more easier.

    xxx
  • ke02ewwke02eww USPosts: 2,064MI6 Agent
    ke02eww wrote:
    If you google eon you'll find this...

    http://www.kftv.com/company-9680.html

    Contact Details

    Address: Eon House
    138 Piccadilly
    London
    W1J 7NR
    UK
    Detailed country information for United Kingdom
    For a map of this company's location click here


    Telephone:  (0)20 7493 7953
    Fax:  (0)20 7408 1236
    International Dialling Code: +44

    Good luck...

    I know, but since I'm from Brazil, I'd like to have an email to contact them. It's much more easier.

    xxx


    Sry... What's special about brazil? Telephones work the world over and there's nothingqiite like a stamp addressed envelope to whet their appetite...

    Email ( if you ever get one.... ) go straight into a special folder marked junk..

    Seriously if your request is really that important shell out a few $'s and dhl them a package - that will get their attention ....
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