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While there’s still a chance that Daniel Craig may reprise his role as James Bond the next time the British spy arrives on screen, most signs point to Craig moving on and the Bond producers needing to find a replacement.
Even before the release of the most recent James Bond movie, Spectre, there was chatter that Daniel Craig may have had his fill of playing the famous spy. Now it appears that may have been more than talk.
Please, oh please give us more Craig. While Spectre has the possibility of being Daniel Craig’s last time playing 007, one of the producer’s isn’t going to let him get away so easy.
At this point James Bond has pretty much done it all. He’s fought all the bad guys, he’s been with all the girls. You’d think at this point they’d be running out of ideas. It turns out, however, that there are actually ideas that they’ve had to turn down
In the global world we live in it’s not uncommon to see something considered innocuous in one place handled very differently somewhere else. It happens a lot when pop culture is exported from one country to another.
Spectre continues to lead the box office in its second week of release and while it doesn’t look like it will be anotherSkyfall the movie will certainly do some solid business. Where the James Bond franchise will go from here is now a question of debate.
What has happened to all of the good villains? They certainly went missing in 2015 that's for sure.
Each actor who has played the iconic role of James Bond has brought something unique to the part. Having said that, many of James Bond’s traits carry over from one actor to the next.
James Bond’s newest adventure Spectre hits theaters today so it’s time to celebrate. Over at CinemaSins the guys celebrate by making fun of the Daniel Craig James Bond films.
The road to the screen for the new James Bond movie, Spectre has been a difficult, and expensive one. The budget problems that the film had were no secret and with the film on the verge of release it’s time for the chickens to come home to roost.
Spectre's release has seen many people label Daniel Craig as the best James Bond ever. Here's why he's just that.
If you’ve been following the development of the X-Men spin-off movie Gambit, then you know that it has been in a bit of trouble recently.
Couple of bigger name movies hitting the screen this week. We’ve got James Bond and Charlie Brown, two more opposite characters there are not. Get ready for this rotten week!
Miss Moneypenny has been an enduring part of the James Bond franchise for as many decades as the series has existed. Now, though, we'll get to see a different kind of camaraderie between the secretary and the super spy.
Generally, sequels to movies are less successful than the original. What makes the James Bond series so special is that, even now, in its 24th iteration, they continue to eclipse one another, as looks to be happening with the latest Bond movie, Spectre.
James Bond is one of those characters that you’d think any actor would jump at if they were offered. The legacy goes back decades and joining that club will make you world famous overnight.
Listen, at the very least, can we all get behind Jessica Chastain’s dream of one day playing a Bond villain? Because that has to be the closest thing to perfection we can imagine at this point.
Daniel Craig’s ready for a holiday. His work on the latest James Bond adventure, Spectre, is finished. All that’s left is the promotion, which should take Craig and his 007 compatriots to the corners of the globe where they can market Sam Mendes’ effort to the masses.
In a dark room at the end of a long, shadowed hallway, I learned the first rule of talking to Christoph Waltz about James Bond: don’t bring up Blofeld. I interviewed him while visiting the set of Spectre many moons ago, and the Blofeld chatter was the hot ticket rumor at the time. The Oscar-winning actor was having none of it. Watch his latest response below.
When you think of Marvel films, the Avengers and their subsidiaries found the most success when they diverted from the cliched superhero movie template. The same could very well be true of Spectre.