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America’s British population has taken to the web to voice its displeasure at news that U.S. candy giant Hershey has successfully blocked our much loved U.K.-produced chocolate from being exported to the land of the free.Read Now
In the middle of his road trip across America, British filmmaker James Coulson decided he’d seen enough—and applied for U.S. …Read Now
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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.
No, this is not the first day of shooting on the NEXT Bond movie. What you’re seeing here is a photo taken during a surprise visit Daniel Craig paid to Camp Bastion, home to 800 British troops in Afghanistan.
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.
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.
Skyfall is, according to many who’ve seen it, the best Bond ever. We’ve been hearing that for more than three weeks now from reviewers, but for nearly two weeks, we’ve been hearing it from actual moviegoers in Britain and …
These are good times for Daniel Craig – not only did he boost his reputation by escorting the Queen to the Olympic Games in the summer but he’s also getting considerable acclaim for his third outing as 007 in the new Bond film …
Ever since Ursula Andress stepped out of the ocean sexily clad in a bikini in 1962’s Dr. No, the first ever 007 film, the Bond girl has been a staple of the franchise.