MI6 can confirm that Daniel Kleinman will
once again direct the title sequence to the latest James
Bond film, "Skyfall".
He first worked
on the 007 series when Pierce Brosnan was making his debut in "GoldenEye" with
a stunning sequence that highlighted the fall of the Iron Curtain with
hammer and sickle iconography. Kleinman created the title sequences for
all of Brosnan's outings, using digital technology and increasingly complex
When the franchise rebooted in 2006 with
Daniel Craig's "Casino
Royale", the traditional
silhouetted girls were gone, but instead fans were treated
to a unique rotoscoped animation.
Director Marc Forster
brought his preferred titles company MK12 in to create
the "Quantum of Solace" credits, so "Skyfall" will
be Kleinman's sixth Bond film after a break of six years.
Working under his company Rattling Stick, Kleinman is
joined by his regular production designer John Ebden for
the "Skyfall" sequence.