As we draw inexorably closer to the end of the decade, it’s time to take stock of where we’ve been. And while a lot of sites and critics will offer a countdown list of the “best” of the year and best of the decade, it’s also important to remember those films who flew under the […]
“The name’s Bag. Fleabag.” According to a report from The Guardian, current Toast of the Culturati Fleabag star and creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge has been approached to rewrite the screenplay of Bond 25. Apparently, they want her trademark quirky wit and absurdity to punch up the script for the Cary Joji Fukunaga-directed film. Fleabag, in case […]
According to IGN, Ridley Scott has offered some more details on Alien: Paradise Lost. Now suggesting that he should have always been part of the sequels, the director said. “I’m trying to re-resurrect the beast and let if off the hook for a while because I’m coming back into the back-end of Alien 1. I’m […]
As Spectre closes in on its premiere, thoughts are naturally turning to the next Bond outing. At the center of those thoughts, actor Daniel Craig. People want to know if he’s in or out for the 25th official 007 film and with each week, his answer strengthens or switches. Back in September, he was non-committal […]
In a profile with Esquire, Daniel Craig looks back on his four James Bond films so far, but “can’t even conceive” of more missions as Ian Fleming‘s 007. “I really don’t know. Honestly. I’m not trying to be coy,” he tells the magazine. “At this moment, no. I have a life and I’ve got to […]
Okay, we’ll give office suppliers Viking this one. A human resources impact breakdown of Daniel Craig’s three James Bond films so far, Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace and Skyfall and the 1.5million insurance claims that the films would cost the secret services. Frankly, I reckon that’s a bargain. A small percentage of the budgets in real […]
The pieces of the puzzle that are the next James Bond film are starting to come into focus. During last night’s NBA finals the following TV spot ran for Spectre. In it we see that the film picks up on where Skyfall left off involving the previous M’s death and Bond’s past. The film starts […]
Spectre, the 24th James Bond film, looks to pick up right after Skyfall as Bond gets a cryptic message from his past that puts him on the trail of s sinister organization. The new M must fend of political forces trying to shut down the secret service, while Bond digs through the layers of deceit […]
Guardians of the Galaxy opened well in China last weekend, but the word-of-mouth that helped it do so well everywhere else may end up hurting it there. The response from reviewers and regular moviegoers have been mixed and the China Daily is blaming poorly translated subtitles for spoiling the humor in the movie that made […]
The twenty-fourth chapter in the James Bond franchise is set to go before the cameras this December according to Screenrant. Sam Mendes will be back once again to helm the movie along with screenwriters John Logan, Neal Purvis and Robert Wade. Cast wise we’ll see the return of Daniel Craig (Bond), Ralph Fiennes (M), Naomi Harris […]
There was always a slot in the Bond 50 collection's packaging for Skyfall, so this was pretty much inevitable.
23 James Bond film on Blu-ray are currently 63% off. But probably not for long.
Releases dates for the UK and the US confirmed and a comment from Sam Mendes on his return.
Angelina Jolie is in Hawaii to shoot a her new film, Unbroken, and she's not alone.
There's a certain sort of supervillain showdown we've been seeing a lot of lately. Why has this kind of staging become so fashionable? And how is it useful?
It looks like the old two-year pattern from years gone by might not be so easy to stick to these days.
Last we heard he was 75% sure to come back. So why did he turn it down?
Previous intel on the future of James Bond suggested that John Logan, the screenwriter who finished off Skyfall, had cooked up a two-part storyline. This was reportedly going to be set to be spread across Bond movies 24 and 25.
Glitches and goofs galore, for what it's worth.
2012 has been the year of Spies in pop culture, perhaps more than any other. We’ve had the latest James Bond flick SKYFALL, the second season of HOMELAND as popular and big a talking point as ever, and now Kathryn Bigelow’s problematic ZERO DARK THIRTY. Two things stand out to me about these shows: their […]