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Before we get into this, a caveat: James Cameron can probably sleep soundly in his bed for a while yet. The only place in which Skyfall is bigger at the box office than Avatar is the UK.
Fans can’t get enough of James Bond and are coming up with their own titles for future installments. Who can blame them for wanting to get involved.
There’s something of the untamed savage in a gentleman’s skin about Daniel Craig. It’s part of the reason that his tenure as James Bond has been such a success (if we ignore Quantum of Solace for a moment), in that he …
I’m not sure, given that this is a story about a prank job advert, whether I want it to be true or not. I mean, it’s definitely not true, this is an advert for a job that absolutely only really exists in the Bond movies.
Sixty-one-year-old actor Robert Davi, who played Bond’s nemesis in Licence to Kill in 1989, is, as you might expect, a big advocate of the importance of the villain in the 007 franchise.
Sam Mendes says it’s thanks to a liquored up Daniel Craig that he had the chance to direct Skyfall, the new James Bond film that opens today (November 9).
James Bond may not have a middle name but Daniel Craig does. His is Wroughton, as in Daniel Wroughton Craig.
We know what James Bond has been up to — saving the world of course. But, what about the ladies he’s loved and, alas, left.
In the new Bond film, Skyfall, out tomorrow (Friday, November 9) Dame Judi Dench found her role as M had been significantly expanded. Her character is far more central to the plot and she is present in many more scenes.
“Is there anything here that doesn’t hurt or sound unpleasant?” Richard Hammond asks plaintively about the job he undertakes on next week’s Crash Course.