Sean Dove: For the next month I thought it would be a fun little project to rewatch every James Bond film and create a little illustration for each one and maybe a little review. Great work so far. ?
Actor Ben Whishaw has been cast in the legendary lead role of Freddie Mercury for the late Queen singer’s biopic, according to reports from Deadline. Whishaw, known for his role as the new Q in the James Bond film Skyfall—a role he will reprise in the announced Bond 24 project—is no stranger to portraying legendary... Show More Summary
Since "Dr. No" debuted in 1962, James Bond fans have been in love with one aspect of their beloved franchise: James Bond himself The Bond girls the gadgets the title sequences. For the last 51 years, the 007 franchise has created the...Show More Summary
Santa won't see you coming. (Credit: OpticsPlanet) Santa is like the NSA, FBI, and CIA all wrapped up in one jolly red package. He's slipperier than James Bond and more elusive than Big Foot. He might know when you're asleep and when...Show More Summary
Saul Bass was a man of many talents. From Academy Award-winning filmmaker to graphic designer, his exacting aesthetic made his touch an instant brand. His most recognizable work includes the title sequences for famous films like North by Northwest, Ocean’s 11, and Psycho. Show More Summary
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It’s a casting choice that’s long overdue.
A very interesting piece of memorabilia showed up in The Daily Mail today. It's the secret memo that eventually led to the James Bond movies. A lot of people forget this, but Bond creator, Ian Fleming, was himself instrumental in the modern spy apparatus of both Britain and America. Show More Summary
Nothing says James Bond technology like the ability to take photographs in a completely dark room. Now there's a camera at MIT that can do just that. The 'First-Photon Imager' camera developed by MIT researchers takes pictures in near...Show More Summary
The latest actor to play the James Bond gadget guru officially opened the studio facility's latest stage Dec. 4. LONDON – Ben Whishaw, the latest actor to play the famous Q character in the James Bond franchise, opened the latest state of the art stage facility at U.K. Show More Summary
Bond. James Bond. 007's calling card -- said declaratively, with a hint of menace, and of course with a clipped British accent. So began the Bond film legend with Dr. No (1962) with the inimitable Sean Connery fashioning a role thatShow More Summary
Even with all their maniacal gadgets and lairs, most if not all evil geniuses, from Batman’s Joker and He-Man’s Skeletor to James Bond’s Dr. No and Austin Power’s Dr. Evil, lack one thing…the Skull Armchair by French designer Harold Sangouard a.k.a. Harow. Read the rest of the story at: Evilishly Good-Looking: Skull Armchair by Harow
Hot off pretending to murder an old woman at the Britannia Awards, Sacha Baron Cohen ?is reportedly going to be doing his Leslie Nielsen thing in a spy spoof for Incredible Hulk director Louis Leterrier
A correspondent writes: I used to pronounce Gogarty‘s (Buck Mulligan) middle name as it’s spelled, til I’d heard “SIN-jin”. In the James Bond movie, A View to a Kill, Roger Moore introduces himself to the villain (Christopher Walken) as “Somebody SIN-jin Something” and it finally occurred to me that written, it would’ve been “St. John”. […]
Hang on to your martinis, Bond fans. Amazon has a completely wackadoo 67% off sale on the Bond 50th Anniversary Blu-Ray box set. That's all 23 Bond movies for one hundred dollars. But it's today only, so get moving! Read more...
It’s now a cliche due to James Bond movies, gangster movies and other films that a mafia boss is brutal and a bad, evil guy will feed his enemy to something that can eat him alive. Here’s life imitating cliched Hollywood art: An Italian mobster fed a rival gangster to starving pigs — and then [...]
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What's Turkey Day without some James Bond or Harry Potter on repeat?
Rio Ferdinand quite fancies a crack at acting after his football career is over, and the Manchester United defender has been enlisted by HMV to appear in an advert promoting Beats Studio headphones. How did he do? You can watch him in...Show More Summary
By: Chris Tell at http://capitalistexploits.at/ I first met Joe in Mongolia last year. He is one of the most fascinating men I've had the pleasure of meeting. A spook from the cold war with stories that would not be out of place in any spy novel. Show More Summary