Roger Moore, the handsome English actor who appeared in seven films as James Bond — the most of any Bond actor — and as Simon Templar on “The Saint” TV series, has died in Switzerland after a short battle with cancer. He was 89.
After saying he’d rather “slash my wrists” than do a final Bond movie, sources say Daniel Craig is ready to sign on to return as 007 after Bond bosses decided Tom Hiddleston is “too smug and not tough enough” for the role. Multiple sources tell Page Six that Bond franchise producer Barbara Broccoli has “just […]
If you’ve read the Bond coverage on this site, you know we don’t run tabloid rumors or speculation without clearly identifying them as such. They’re fun to debate and discuss, but we’re always very careful to separate gossip from actual information. It’s important to keep that in mind as we tell you that sources close […]
There have been no negotiations on where the Bond movie will land (Sony or Warner Bros. are out front on this) and although it was thought that negotiations might start after the first quarter 2016, parties are not likely to engage in negotiations until later this year. There is no workable script yet and the […]
Daniel Craig has reportedly turned down £68 million (approximately $99 million) to play James Bond in two more movies. According to the Daily Mail’s sources, Craig has said he is “done” playing Bond, despite MGM offering the huge sum for him to return for two more films beyond Spectre, including endorsements, profit shares and even […]
James Bond and Charlie Brown brought the box office roaring back to life, as “Spectre” and “The Peanuts Movie” attracted big crowds over their opening weekends. “Spectre,” the latest 007 adventure, took first place, debuting to $73 million from 3,929 theaters — a hefty figure and the second-highest debut in series history, but one that […]
By now you’re probably just returning from a late night screening of Spectre. Was the latest James Bond movie a worthy successor to Skyfall? This is the best place to discuss the movie with the Superhero News community! Did you love it? Hate it? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below.
Stephen wants to know why anyone would give James Bond another car since he’s constantly wrecking them. But Daniel Craig reveals that “Spectre” actually addresses that very issue.
It’s official – Spectre is the longest installment in the 50-plus year history of the James Bond franchise. Official ticketing information obtained by Digital Spy lists the Sam Mendes movie’s running time at 148 minutes.
Director Sam Mendes, Producer Barbara Broccoli and singer/songwriter Sam Smith discuss the SPECTRE theme song in this new behind-the-scenes vlog.
“One of my goals is to play a villain in a Bond film. People ask me if I want to be a Bond girl, and I say, ‘No, I want to be the villain.’ I’m waiting for that call!”
Can you imagine doing another Bond movie? ‘Now? I’d rather break this glass and slash my wrists. No, not at the moment. Not at all. That’s fine. I’m over it at the moment. We’re done. All I want to do is move on.’ You want to move on from Bond for good? ‘I haven’t given […]
Writing’s On The Wall’ by Sam Smith, the official theme song from Spectre
Watch the final trailer for SPECTRE. A cryptic message from the past sends James Bond on a rogue mission to Mexico City and eventually Rome, where he meets Lucia (Monica Bellucci), the beautiful and forbidden widow of an infamous criminal. Bond infiltrates a secret meeting and uncovers the existence of the sinister organisation known as […]
When it comes to boys and their toys, there is little more desirable than a James Bond car – but that didn’t deter the makers of Spectre from blowing up a record £24 million worth of them in the latest 007 extravaganza. Details of the eye-popping stunts, which also include a mid-air struggle on a […]
“Writing’s on the Wall”, Sam Smith’s theme for Spectre has been released. As some of you know, it’s the first James Bond theme song recorded by a British male solo artist since 1965 when Tom Jones did Thunderball. The new track was co-written by Smith and fellow Grammy Award winner Jimmy Napes.