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April 12, 2013

Digital Multiplex: Classic James Bond movies, The Hunger Games and More Opens in new window

This week in streaming, we've got enough James Bond movies to have yourself a little 007 marathon, a couple of Certified Fresh indies, and one summer blockbuster that tore up the box office last year, plus more. Click through for the full list. More...

October 22, 2009

Joseph Wiseman: 1918-2009 Opens in new window

Actor Joseph Wiseman, who famously portrayed the titular villain in the James Bond film "Dr. No," has passed away at the age of 91. More...

October 21, 2008

Bonding with Bond, Day 1: Dr. No Opens in new window

Community Manager RT-Ryan has never seen a single James Bond film, except for 2006's Casino Royale. To rectify the situation, he decides to watch every Bond film and write about his reaction as a 007 novice. Read what he thought of Dr. No, the 1962 film that started it all. More...

July 24, 2008

Further Reading: Dark Knight is Unforgettable, but Who Remembers James Batman? Opens in new window

The Dark Knight is setting cinemas alight all over the world, but, as Kim Newman discovers, there are other Batman movies that aren't quite so well known... James Batman - which crosses the caped crusader with suave spy James Bond - probably didn't attract much Oscar buzz, nor was the word "masterpiece" mentioned in its reviews, but for completists, is it worth seeing? Does the Filipino film industry's flouting of international copyright law deliver a treat? More...

October 1, 2007

Goodbye, Ms. Moneypenny: Lois Maxwell Passes Away at 80 Opens in new window

Lois Maxwell, best known for playing Miss Moneypenny in the James Bond franchise, passed away at Freemantle Hospital in Perth, Australia. She was 80. More...

November 16, 2006

Critical Consensus: "Casino Royale" Fresh, Certified Fresh; "Happy Feet" Shows Fancy Footwork; Guess The Tomatometer for "Prison" Opens in new window

This week at the movies prompts several questions. Will the latest Bond movie ("Casino Royale," starring Daniel Craig) leave pundits shaken and stirred? Can penguins learn to dance ("Happy Feet," featuring voice work by Elijah Wood, Nicole Kidman, and Robin Williams)? And can prison be fun ("Let's Go to Prison," starring Dax Shepard)? Find out what the critics have to say! More...

July 31, 2006

Bond Set Destroyed By Fire; Brosnan Unlikely Culprit Opens in new window

The London set of upcoming James Bond flick, "Casino Royale," was severely damaged in a fire Sunday that partially collapsed the roof of the storied Pinewood Shepperton Studios. More...

July 25, 2006

James Bond Works for Smirnoff Vodka Opens in new window

Well, "movie marketing" certainly has something to do with "movies," so why not share a press release from Smirnoff, one that clearly shows how cinema and consumerism can sleep together so soundly. More...

November 11, 2005

Sean Connery Earns AFI's Highest Honor Opens in new window

Thanks to ComingSoon.net for sharing a press release from the American Film Institute: Sir Sean Connery has been selected by the American Film Institute's (AFI) Board of Trustees to receive the 34th AFI Life Achievement Award, the highest honor for a career in film, it was announced today by Sir Howard Stringer, chair of the AFI Board of Trustees. More...

October 14, 2005

It's Official: Daniel Craig is 007 Opens in new window

ComingSoon.net shares with us the long-in-coming announcement, and it's one that shouldn't stun any of the astute movie geeks: British actor Daniel Craig has been signed to play everyone's favorite superspy, James Bond. The next 007 adventure, "Casino Royale," goes before the cameras early next year. More...

October 13, 2005

The New 007 Will (Finally) Be Announced ... Tomorrow Opens in new window

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sony Pictures will hold a press conference on 10/14 to announce the name of the actor who'll be stepping into the role of James Bond. Early buzz indicates that it will be Daniel Craig ("Layer Cake"), but we won't know for certain until Friday afternoon. More...

October 13, 2005

WB Readies Ian Fleming Biopic Opens in new window

If you thought all the 007 buzz was focused on the new James Bond hired for "Casino Royale," think again. According to Variety, Warner Bros. & Sony are planning a biopic of Bond creator Ian Fleming. More...

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