The next chapter in the ongoing James Bond saga is easily one of the mostly hotly anticipated movies of 2015. Dubbed Spectre, the film stars Christoph Waltz, Ralph Fiennes, Monica Bellucci and Lea Seydoux alongside Bond himself, Daniel Craig. Show More Summary
If you didn’t catch Game Three of the NBA Finals last night, there’s a good chance you missed this lovely, tension-packed teaser for James Bond #24, Spectre – and I don’t care what name he’s using, Christoph Waltz’s villain is Blofeld (a stinkweed by any other name…). Check it out after the jump. Spectre explodes … Continue reading Mounting Tension Trailer: NBA Spectre Spot! ?
The latest installment in the Bond franchise is set to hit theaters this November.
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ChristophWaltz is to make his directorial debut with true crime drama Worst Marriage in Georgetown. The film, based on Franklin Foer’s New York Times Magazine article, tells the true story of Albrect Muth (played by Waltz), an eccentric...Show More Summary
Christoph Waltz seemed to come out of nowhere years ago when Quentin Tarantino cast him in the 2009 release Inglorious Basterds, though the actor had actually been working for many years prior to that. Since then, however, Waltz hasShow More Summary
Acclaimed actor will also produce the new crime drama.
When Christoph Waltz was figuring out which actor should star in his directorial debut, he knew he needed someone with the kind of potent intensity he himself had brought to his many roles. He searched far and wide, until finally realizing...Show More Summary
Ripping his plot straight from the headlines (and every single society grand dame’s nightmares), Austrian actor Christoph Waltz will direct and star in the film, “The Worst Marriage in Georgetown.” The true crime story is based on the murder of Washington socialite Viola Drath, who was killed in her Georgetown rowhouse by her much younger husband, Albrecht […]
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Just days after we heard Christoph Waltz was joining Spectre, rumors started swirling that he’d play classic Bond villain Blofeld. Of course, he quickly denied those stories, and now he’s denying them again. According to him, those claims...Show More Summary
When Christolph Waltz garnered rave reviews for his uniquely menacing performance in Quentin Tarantino's Inglorious Basterds, it almost seemed like it was just a matter of time until he'd be tangling with 007. The man just had a classic...Show More Summary
Christoph Waltz is sick and tired of hearing that James Bond rumor. You know the one I’m talking about — the one that suggests he’s secretly playing iconic Bond villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld, even though his character name is Franz Oberhauser. Show More Summary
The team behind the newest James Bond flick, "Spectre," can insist all they want that Christoph Waltz is not playing classic villain Blofeld, but that hasn't stopped the rumor mill from thinking that that's just a ruse. Now, Waltz himself...Show More Summary
Rumors have abounded among James Bond fans that Christoph Waltz will appear as classic villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld in Spectre, the next installment in the iconic franchise, yet the actor has now gone on record as saying that just isn’t so. Show More Summary
Oscar sure loves his villains, especially in the Supporting Actor category. Such recent winners as Javier Bardem as Anton Chigurh, Christoph Waltz as Hans Landa and Heath Ledger as The Joker certainly proves this, and this past year was no different, with the gold going to J.K. Show More Summary
As another wealthy, powerful man that Bond will quickly defeat.