The Queen’s Guard nailed their cover of the Game of Thrones theme song during the Changing the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace in London. Here is the Queen’s Guard playing the James Bond Theme song in 2013: videos via Omer Barnea, Rui Silva via reddit
We’ve seen a lot of eye- and brain-catching robotics fun from the GRASP lab at the University of Pennsylvania, including a swarm of nano quadrotors playing the James Bond theme and a quadcopter swooping raptor-like onto prey. Dr. Vijay...Show More Summary
KMel's flying robots have pretty freaky abilities, but luckily they seem more interested in show-biz than terrorizing humanity. Though they've already done a crude James Bond number, this time they're rocking more instruments and playing challenging...
[KMel Robotics] is at it again, this time stealing our hearts with a flying robotic orchestra. It’s an amazing feat of technology and music combined. We first saw something like this with the swarm playing the James Bond theme, which...Show More Summary
As floor themes, that is ? while we wish our evening at Generator London would have included hanging out with Sacha Baron Cohen, Julie Andrews, and Daniel Craig (imagine that), they were only there in spirit, bringing a splash of different color and design to the just-reopened hostel-with-style in Bloomsbury. Show More Summary
Postmodern Jukebox, the folks behind that jazzy rendition of “Sweet Child o’ Mine” have tackled a more recent hit, Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse.” They perform it in a “gothic R&B/James Bond” style. And even if you’re a fan of Max Martin and Dr. Show More Summary
'James Bond 24' writer John Logan says that the first draft of the script is nearly complete, and that he is drawing inspiration from the source material. The post ‘James Bond 24? Writer John Logan Talks Themes and Classic Bond Elements appeared first on Screen Rant.
A Star Wars family tree; an honest Robocop trailer; everything wrong with The Terminator; top 10 James Bond theme songs; Darth Vader's Facebook Look Back - and more! The post SR Geek Picks: Honest ‘Robocop’ Trailer, Vader’s Facebook Look Back & More appeared first on Screen Rant.
Russian Army Choir singing a wonderful cover of “Get Lucky” by Daft Punk. Previously we posted about the Russian Army Choir signing the James Bond theme song “Skyfall”. via Hypervocal
Neil has always loved a good action film, and after his dad introduced him to the James Bond movies this last year, he was hooked. So when the little boy’s 7th birthday rolled around in the spring, his mom, Jasmine Shah, knew a 007 spy themed party was the only direction to go! Owner of Read More The post 007 James Bond Themed Birthday Party appeared first on OCCASIONS.
Sorry Adele, we know you’re supremely talented and amazing and everything, and we want to cry every time you belt out your haunting James Bond theme, “Skyfall.” But you might want to watch your back, because a new cover version is coming dangerously close to becoming our favorite song. Show More Summary
The Russian Army Choir — officially known as the Alexandrov Ensemble — sings the eponymous theme song of the James Bond film Skyfall on a morning television show in this video. video via MrGraff24 via Soren Ragsdale
Adele’s theme to Skyfall is the best James Bond song since Goldfinger, restoring a bit of honor and award-winning class to the legacy of a group of songs that increasingly went off the rails. (Sheryl Crow for Tomorrow Never Dies, Madonna for Die Another Day). Show More Summary
There are more than a few ironies here: singing Russian soldiers, Russian soldiers singing a James Bond theme, it being one of the best we've heard in a while. These guys totally rock it. From The Telegraph: Led by a soloist who looked...Show More Summary
As many of you know, we are very high on places of personality, properties that go out on a limb to be themselves. It's admirable for a number of reasons, but mostly because of the risk associated with being yourself, especially when it comes to business -- while going out on a limb can please some, it can easily turn others off. Show More Summary
Johnny Cash gives James Bond a new sort of soul with "Thunderball," the theme song for the eponymous spy flick. This is the harpoon-laced opening sequence to the 1965 adaptation, with the lyrics of the song describing the film's story. Read more...
A stroke victim suffers from a rare condition that sees him orgasm whenever he hears the theme music from James Bond. The Canadian man suffers from synesthesia, which is a neurological order that leaves his brain frazzled and confused and was sparked after he suffered a stroke. Show More Summary
After suffering a stroke, one questionably lucky 45-year-old man noticed something different about how he felt while listening to the James Bond theme music. According to the UK’s Daily Mail, the anonymous gentleman reported feeling “orgasmic sensations” and viewing “flashing blue lights” as though he were having an out of body experience. Despite the fact [...]
A report published in the journal Neurology, documents the case of a 45-year-old stroke victim who developed a condition called synesthesia: an extremely uncommon neurological syndrome that allows someone to feel and taste colors and sounds. Show More Summary
Maybe he can do the James Bond theme song next.