James Bond's next adventure will go untitled for a little longer. In a promotional video tied to the start of production on the upcoming 007 sequel, the filmmakers behind the movie unveiled the cast, confirmed that Oscar-winner Rami Malek will be the villain, but stopped short of sharing a moniker for the spy thriller. It […]
The "Fleabag" and "Killing Eve" creator continues her ascent, leavening the Bond script with her signature humor.
Tania Mallet, who is known for her modeling career and her role in the 1964 James Bond film Goldfinger has died at the age of 77. The official James Bond Twitter account confirmed her death Sunday saying, "We are very sorry to hear that Tania Mallet who played Tilly Masterson in GOLDFINGER has passed away. Our thoughts are with her family and friends at this sad time." No further details have been revealed about her death. Mallet was born in Blackpool May 19, 1941. She is…
Casting for the new James Bond movie remains to be ironed out, but a prominent part is set to be played by the ancient southern Italian town of Matera, Variety has learned. The town of 60,000 people will provide the setting for what is expected to become "Bond 25's" prologue action sequence, similar to "Spectre's" […]
When James Bond finally returns to the big screen in the much-delayed andcurrently untitled sequel, everybody's favorite secret agent will likely befacing off against a new foe: Rami Malek
With production expected to start this spring, MGM and Eon are getting closer to deciding who will be joining Daniel Craig in his next outing as Agent 007 in the 25th James Bond movie. Producers are continuing their search for two female roles -- one a new MI6 agent and the other an accomplice similar […]
Change your plans for next Valentine’s Day: The latest James Bond film, the 25th in the series, has been pushed back about two months from its original release date of February 14, 2020.The new release date is April 8, 2020. The film marks Daniel Craig’s return to the storied 007 franchise.Cary Joji Fukunaga, the American filmmaker best known for directing the Emmy-winning first season of HBO’s “True Detective,” will direct the as-yet untitled 25th film in the franchise.Also Read: James Bond Fans 'Ecstatic' About Cary Joji Fukunaga Directing 25th Film: 'Brilliant Choice'Fukunaga, whose feature credits include “Sin Nombre,” “Jane Eyre” and “Beasts of No Nation,” also becomes the first American director in the decades-long history of the franchise under MGM. (American Irving Kershner directed Warner Bros. 1983 Sean Connery entry “Never Say Never Again” — which was not produced by Wilson and Broccoli’s Eon.)The new film, in which Daniel Craig returns for his fifth (and presumably final) outing as secret agent 007, will begin shooting on March 4, 2019.Sam Mendes directed the last two films in the franchise: 2012’s “Skyfall,” which grossed $1.1 billion worldwide, and 2015’s “Spectre,” which reached $880 million at the box office.MGM, which is producing the film with Eon, will distribute the film domestically with Annapurna Pictures, while Universal handles international territories.Read original story New Bond Film Pushed Back 2 Months From Valentine’s Day 2020 At TheWrap
James Bond fans are buzzing over this Golden Globes moment between the "Sexiest Man Alive" and the man he's rumored to be replacing as 007.
A narrow majority support a black James Bond and most approve of a U.S.-born Bond — but the idea of a female, Hispanic, Asian or gay Bond is still hard for most Americans to agree to.