Questions are being asked about how soon cinemas will be able to reopen, and whether customers will feel safe to return when they do.
The release date my have been pushed back, but we're still getting a sneaky look behind the scenes of 'No Time to Die'.
The returning star of 'No Time to Die' has revealed James Bond fans should expect waterworks from Daniel Craig's final movie.
Six new character posters have dropped for No Time To Die ahead of the teaser launch on Wednesday, 4 December.Daniel Craig, Léa Seydoux, and Ben Whishaw are joined by new cast members Anna De Armas, and Lashana Lynch for the distinctive one-sheets, but most excitingly of all is the first look at Rami Malek’s villain Safin. Do we detect a hint of facial scarring at play?In No Time To Die, Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica. His peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for help.The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.
Though nothing is confirmed yet, the rumour is that Lashana Lynch's character in new Bond movie No Time To Die is the new 007.
The James Bond roadshow has rolled into Matera, a picturesque city in Southern Italy, to shoot new scenes for No Time To Die.
Fresh from his Best Actor win at the Oscars, Rami Malek could be set to tick off another career milestone by landing a Bond movie. Malek was rumoured for the role last year, but was said to be struggling with scheduling, as the Bond shoot would clash with the final season of Mr Robot. Meanwhile, Variety is reporting that Ingrid Goes West actor Billy Magnussen is being eyed for a role as a new CIA agent, in the vein of Jeffrey Wright’s Felix Leiter.
The Kursk actress and director discuss their film and 007 at the Toronto International Film Festival.
’Spectre’ is currently doing bumper business at the box office, but eagle-eyed fans have spotted quite a few bloopers in James Bond’s 24th movie so far. Here’s some of the worst mistakes that fans have unearthed on MovieMistakes.com and IMDB. She then follows Bond into the next room dressed only in a negligee. (Via IMDB) When Hinx appears in the dining car on the train, the rest of the passengers in that car immediately disappear. Also the barman when they enter that part of the train and the kitchen staff too. (Via MovieMistakes) Behind the police cordon on Westminster Bridge which shows County Hall to the left, a double decker bus with the number 15 and destination Trafalgar Square can be seen.
Not only has ‘SPECTRE’, the 24th James Bond adventure, proven a huge hit at the box office, it’s now broken a Guinness World Record. It has been confirm that the Sam Mendes-directed film has made its way into the record books thanks to one of its epic set pieces.
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.
2016 is set to be a busy year for the Marvel end of 20th Century Fox. Three superhero movies based on characters from the comic book giants are set to be released by Fox throughout the year, starting with ‘Deadpool’ in February, and followed by ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ in May.
New Bond Girl Léa Seydoux has said that the explicit but award-winning film that made her name, lesbian drama ‘Blue Is The Warmest Colour’, was a ‘male fantasy’.