First female 007 makes a stunning debut in preview for Daniel Craig's final go-round as the iconic secret agent.
Daniel Craig has said that it was his idea to bring Phoebe Waller-Bridge in to finesse some of the script for new Bond movie "No Time to Die."
Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, "No Time to Die" is scheduled for theatrical release on April 8, 2020 in the United States.
The actress, who’s been cast in the upcoming James Bond movie, reportedly as 007, has been photographed for the first time on the set of "No Time to Die."
"We don't want tokenism," complained a Bond fan after the "Die Another Day" actor expressed support for a woman to play 007.
Earlier Tuesday, 007’s caretakers, producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, unveiled the title for the super-spy’s 25th adventure... which is also likely to be the last time that Daniel Craig carries Bond’s license to kill.
On Thursday, CNN reported that the street-legal 1965 Aston Martin DB5 originally created to promote the James Bond movie Thunderball -- complete with functioning rotating license plates and tire slashers -- sold for $6.4 million at a classic car auction in California. Despite that, no 007 vehicle has ever sold for more than this particular DB5. The 1965 car was up for sale yesterday at a classic car auction in Monterey, California.
After years of uproar over who would take over Daniel Craig’s role as James Bond, reports that British actress Lashana Lynch will tackle the role are surfacing.
Another familiar face is returning to the James Bond franchise, as sources confirmed to Variety that Christoph Waltz will reprise his role of the super-villain Blofeld in "Bond 25." Waltz first appeared in the most recent Bond pic, "Spectre," as the iconic villain who had previously played by Donald Pleasance, Max von Sydow and Telly […]
The still-untitled film has been getting plenty of footage in the can as evidenced by a just-released behind-the-scenes video that offers a glimpse of what was happening in front of the cameras during the Jamaica portion of the shoot.
"True Detective" and "Beasts of No Nation" director Cary Joji Fukunaga is set to take the helm of the 25th Bond movie.