Christopher Nolan has bee described as a dream director for the Bond franchise by associate producer Gregg Wilson.
007 is back on the big screen this weekend for the first time in four years as Skyfall becomes the twenty third Bond movie.
And Wilson says that Nolan would be an exciting prospect if he was to ever come on board.
Speaking to Digital Spy Wilson said: "We would of course be interested to have a discussion with him. We would like to do the same type of movie.
"It would be a dream to be with Nolan. But we always have an open mind when it comes to directors."
Skyfall has Oscar winning director Sam Mendes at the helm in what is being called one of the best Bond movies of all time.
Daniel Craig is back in his third outing as the super spy while Judi Dench, Javier Bardem and Ralph Fiennes are also on the cast list.
Skyfall is out now.