While many recent blockbuster films have received 3D versions alongside standard screenings, Skyfall has followed the example of films such as The Dark Knight Rises in opting not to have two options.
Broccoli has hinted that there are currently no plans to shoot or convert future Bond films in 3D, but stated that IMAX screenings work brilliantly with the franchise.
When Screen Rant asked about the possibility of 3D, noting that it has now virtually become an expectation, she replied: "I think probably more in what you want to do.
"I think more in horror and science fiction, stuff like that. I think they're more suited to 3D than these, really. We're in IMAX, which we're very excited about and I think that experience will be great. Not quite ready for 3D yet."
Broccoli has been producing the Bond films with Michael G Wilson since 1995's GoldenEye.
The 23rd official instalment of the spy franchise stars Daniel Craig, and is directed by Sam Mendes.
Mendes recently stated that he hasn't ruled out directing another Bond movie in the future.
Skyfall will open in UK cinemas on October 26 and November 9 in the US. Watch a trailer below: