There’s a new 00 in town; Madeline Swann may have betrayed James Bond… what else could possibly go so wrong that Bond would come out of retirement.
There are hints aplenty in the new trailer for Bond 25 – No Time To Die – in theaters on April 20, 2020.
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Just when you think that the whole ‘trailer for the trailer’ thing might have gotten out of hand, along comes the trailer for the first trailer for No Time To Die (Bond 25) and it just sucks you right in.
No Time To Die will open in April, 2020. The new trailer will premiere in two days.
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James Bond stumbles into the world of art forgery, international crime and corruption in Dynamite’s new series, James Bond.
Written by Vita Ayala (Morbius, Xena) and Danny Lore (Queen of Bad Dreams), James Bond #1 will be in stores in December.
Continue reading James Bond Enters the High Stakes World of Art Forgery In December!
With New Year’s Day, 2017 arriving on a Sunday, Monday becomes a statutory holiday – and what better way to celebrate the New Year than with a little espionage?
Esquire Channel is celebrating with its ‘Pierce Brosnan James Bond Marathon’ on Monday, January 2nd – and to help you get ready for 2017, there’s a little help from 007 in making your New Year’s resolutions following the break.
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Like some of my fellow critic friends, I started the month with a Bond binge, by the time I got to the end of Diamonds Are Forever – the 3rd movie in the franchise, I slapped myself thinking “What am I doing?” I didn’t want to OD on Bond before seeing the latest installment in one of my favorite franchises. I love me some Bond, but I hated Daniel Craig‘s last three Bond films – yes even the critically and financially successful Skyfall (I know I’m alone on my island with this opinion). So I wasn’t particularly thrilled to sit through another emo Bond experience.
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How do we celebrate Thanksgiving? With turkey and dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy, pumpkin pie and whipped/ice cream and, of course, eight helpings of 007!
Syfy is shaking things up on Thanksgiving weekend with a James Bond Marathon. Beginning at 6am(5C) on Thursday, November 26th, the network kicks things off with the first Bond of all, Dr. No – followed by all four Pierce Brosnan Bonds (GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World is Not Enough and Die Another Day).
Black Friday, November 27th brings Daniel Craig’s 007 in Casino Royale and Skyfall, and Saturday, November 28th, the Thanksgiving spy spree concludes with Quantum of Solace. Follow the jump for times.
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How many times can Fox Home Video and MGM repackage the Bond movies? I mean really, I think I have 4 copies of every bond film. Even saying that, I feel dirty because the new collectible covers the new set arriving this September looks kind of gorgeous. Of course this is the collection that finally includes the Digital copy codes. Grrr…..
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On this week’s GeekScholars Movie News podcast, the hosts dive into two big headlines making the rounds, starting with more Guardians of the Galaxy casting. With the news that Benicio Del Toro is joining the film, the question on everyone’s mind is whether or not he’ll be playing the villainous Thanos. Listen in to hear what the GeekScholars think about Del Toro and what traits they feel are necessary to bring Thanos to life.
Also, Penelope Cruz is signing on for James Bond 24, so the crew discusses what it means to be a ‘Bond Girl’, and whether or not that title should be relevant or used going forward. For more on this week’s show, hit play or hit the jump! Continue reading Is Benicio Del Toro Thanos, Penelope Cruz in Bond 24, Casting Lex Luthor and Supergirl, The Internship Reviewed
It’s an especially fun episode of the GeekScholars Movie News podcast this week, as the crew dives into quick discussions about all of the week’s news, with an installment of ‘Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down’.
Specifically, each of the hosts weigh in with their thoughts on:
- John C. Reilly and Glenn Close getting cast as Nova Corps members in Guardians of the Galaxy
- Tom Hardy being courted to play Elton John in Rocketman
- A ‘Grumpy Cat’ movie now in the works
- The National Association of Theater Owners requesting changes to movie marketing
- Henry Cavill in talks to be The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
- Sam Mendes to direct James Bond 24 and 25
To see what else we talk about on the show, hit the jump! Continue reading More Guardians of the Galaxy Casting, Tom Hardy as Elton John, Living as a Movie Character, Now You See Me Reviewed
Where to begin, where to begin? After being in limbo and bankruptcy heck for the last several years there was actually a chance that we would never have another Bond film. Many would say this would have been a tragedy because Daniel Craig was just starting to grow into the role. He had a lauded outing in Casino Royale but a dud in the follow-up Quantum of Solace.
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