Tag Archives: Sean Connery

‘Fleming’ Personality Quiz: Which James Bond Are You?

While lots of people fancy themselves as a bit of a Bond, there are subtle shades of personality in each movie depiction of 007, enough to represent a broad selection of humanity. But the question is, which one are you?

Brit Binge Watching: Five Pieces Set in Scotland You Can View Online

As you may have heard, Scotsman Peter Capaldi has been cast as the Twelfth Doctor on Doctor Who. Let’s give him a proper welcome by celebrating some outstanding films and TV programs set in Scotland.

The James Bonds Who Won’t Be at the Oscar Tribute

After weeks of speculation that all six James Bonds might appear at the Oscars, the latest word is that there will not be a 007 reunion this Sunday.

Betting on Bond: Which 007s Will Show Up for Oscar Tribute?

Just as bookies all over the world are taking bets on the next Pope, they’re offering wagers on who will win Oscars. British bookmaker William Hill even has a kind of movie version trifecta, a special Lincoln bet bundle.

WATCH: Alec Baldwin on Why James Bond Has Endured for 50 Years

Alec Baldwin has never appeared in a Bond film, although he did star opposite Sean Connery in the 1990 thriller The Hunt for Red October.

50 Years of James Bond: Sean Connery in Clips

He may not look it, but James Bond turns 50 today (October 5). Next thing you know, he’ll be using a jet-propelled walker.

James Bond Roundup: 007 Anniversary Celebrations Begin – Minus Sean Connery

The Queen isn’t the only one with a big anniversary this year. While Elizabeth is celebrating her 60th year on the throne, James Bond has been on Her Majesty’s Secret Service on movie screens for half a century.

The Brit List: 10 Famous British Moustaches

Tom Weston-Jones and Kevin Ryan have some work to do. (Photo/BBCA) I moustache you a question, why do moustaches always give us a giggle? Possibly it’s because they do look ticklish!

The Brit List: Five Great British Heist Dramas

Five Irish Films for St. Patrick’s Day

The first Irish movie I ever saw starred Scotsman Sean Connery. It was a revival showing of Darby O’Gill and the Little People, a 1959 Disney film that worked overtime to be charming and had a plot involving leprechauns.