Cavill discusses his enthusiasm for James Bond with Yahoo Movies UK as well as the intense stunts he performed in 'Fallout,' why he'd love to do a rom-com and what he really thinks of movie reviews.
From what we know about Danny Boyle as a filmmaker, his Bond 25 is sure to be radically different from everything that's come
Pinewood Studios dedicated one of its sound stages to the late Roger Moore in an emotional, star-studded ceremony yesterday.
Craig offered US talk show host Stephen Colbert the scoop, and when asked bluntly whether he would be returning for the role, he answered simply: “Yes.”
It seems the next generation of the Moore family has continued to keep the British end up, so to speak. The Daily Mail shared an image of Geoffrey Moore, 50-year old son of the third 007 actor Roger, dressed as his father for a party in Mayfair this week. Geoffrey Moore was 7 years old when his father inherited the mantle of 007 with 1973’s ‘Live and Let Die,’ going on to be the most prolific Bond actor with seven films in the role before retiring in 1985 (by which time, most would agree the then 57-year old actor was far too old for the part).
When it comes to the Bond movies, there’s likely very little you don’t know: everyone seemingly has the 007 actors, the Bond girls, the cars, the gadgets and the one-liners all committed to memory. Before he was Gunner Jensen, before he was He-Man, even before he was Ivan Drago, Dolph Lundgren was mysterious KGB henchman Venz. All untamed eyebrows and Eddie Munster stares, Benicio Del Toro also made his movie debut as a henchman in a Bond movie (unless you count 'Duke The Dog-Faced Boy’ in 'Big Top Peewee’).
Adding another dimension to the rumours swirling around the future of the Bond series, it’s been reported that production company Eon may be lining up its first ever female director. According to the Radio Times, Susanne Bier, the Danish director who helmed hit BBC spy drama ‘The Night Manager’, is on the shortlist. Sources close to Eon and producer Barbara Broccoli are said to have Bier among a 'handful’ of other names to takeover from Sam Mendes, who successfully brought home both 'Skyfall’ and 'Spectre’ for the franchise.
Following in the footsteps of Gillian Anderson, ‘Game of Thrones’ star Emilia Clarke has thrown her hat into the ring to become the first ever female James Bond. In May 'X-Files’ actress Anderson retweeted a fan-made poster amid speculation that Daniel Craig is finished with the series. In the tweet, she wrote: “It’s Bond.
Sometimes a movie comes out before people are ready for it – whether it’s because of the themes involved, what you see on-screen, or the style of filmmaking. Back when it was released in 1989, audiences were taken aback by Timothy Dalton’s brutal second Bond film. Fast forward to 2006 however and Daniel Craig’s version of Bond returned to Dalton’s gritty ways, though ‘Casino Royale’ was a huge critical and commercial hit.
James Bond production designer Sir Ken Adam has died, aged 95. “Sir Ken’s famous sets include the triangular Pentagon War Room in Dr Strangelove and the villain’s headquarters in the 1962 James Bond film Dr No.” He also created the inside of Fort Knox for the 1964 Bond film, ‘Goldfinger’. Amongst Ken Adam’s most iconic work was the now legendary scene with Sean Connery’s James Bond strapped to a table, with Blofeld pointing a deadly laser at him.
After a huge amount of speculation over who’ll take the reigns as James Bond after Daniel Craig, it appears Tom Hiddleston is up for the challenge. Speaking in an interview with The Sunday Times after his lauded role in BBC’s ‘The Night Manager’, the Brit had a lot to say regarding the future of the James Bond franchise and any involvement he’d have. “Time magazine ran a poll and there were like, 100 actors on the list, including Angelina Jolie,” he recalled.
You don’t know them and they don’t get the big bucks or grace the pages of celebrity magazines, but they are the amazing people who make your favourite actors look like superheroes on-screen. Say hello to the stunt doubles – you won’t watch an action sequence with any of these actors in the same way again.
Daniel Craig’s days as James Bond could be numbered. Who could take on the role of Ian Fleming’s gentleman spy next? Based on the bookies’ favourites (with a few humble suggestions of our own) here are the actors who we think could potentially be 007th official Bond…
From jet packs to exploding pens, James Bond has historically enjoyed a plethora of gadgets to get him in and out of spy scrapes. In more recent years Daniel Craig and Sam Mendes have settled on a more realistic approach that sees Bond get by with a simple pistol. ‘SPECTRE’ saw a return to gadgetry with the tricked out Aston Martin whose flamethrower helped Bond escape from evil henchman Mr. Hinx.
Léa Seydoux in ‘Spectre’ (MGM/Sony) With 2012’s Skyfall and this week’s Spectre, director Sam Mendes and star Daniel Craig worked to create a new James Bond, turning an immortal, sex-crazed Teflon tuxedo into a bleeding, bruised middle-aged man on a mission. Luckily, they found a perfect partner in French actress Léa Seydoux. Warning: Minor spoilers for Spectre below: The 30-year-old French actress, who broke out in 2013 with the critically acclaimed relationship drama Blue is the Warmest Color, plays Dr. Madeleine Swann, a physician with a link to Bond’s troubled last few years — and who’s running from her own dark past. She saves him.” Swann turns out to be the estranged daughter of the assassin Mr. White, the top villain in Casino Royale (2006) and its sequel, Quantum of Solace (2008). The character, played by Jesper Christensen, shows up again in SPECTRE — part of Mendes’ effort to tie all the Craig-era films together — and gives Bond some important information, in exchange for a promise that Bond will keep Swann safe.
The name’s Bond. James Bond. After 53 years, 24 films, and six actors portraying the titular role, the 007 franchise remains one of the longest-running and most stylish. But let’s face facts: Bond wouldn’t be Bond without the Bond girls.
The dashing Daniel Craig has reprised his role as James Bond for the fourth time in the upcoming Spectre, which has already broken box office records in the UK. And while we can’t wait to see the nail-biting action sequences (brilliantly imagined by director Sam Mendes), Bond’s impeccable style is also a draw. While Brioni outfitted the Bonds of yore, Mendes called his pal Tom Ford to design the well-tailored suits this time around. But it’s not just Craig interpretation of the character that has caught our eye — Pierce Brosnan, Sean Connery, and Timothy Dalton were quite to-do as well.
James Bond star Daniel Craig certainly keeps us on our toes. In one interview, he says he’ll continue playing the iconic role as long as he’s able; in the next, he suggests he wants out immediately. The interview Craig just gave to Time Out London belongs firmly in the latter category, with the soon-to-be four-time 007 declaring, “Now? I’d rather break this glass and slash my wrists [than shoot another Bond]… “I’m over it at the moment.