'Project 007' will be the first video game appearance for James Bond since the disappointing '007 Legends' in 2012.
John Boyega reckons that he could bring 'something different' to the role of James Bond, and that he'd be up for bringing director Steve McQueen along with him.
The British actor is keen to step into 007's iconic tuxedo, but he hasn't yet got the call from the James Bond team.
The 32-year-old Captain Marvel star graces the front cover of the latest issue of Harper’s Bazaar.
'Once we got into Christoph Waltz/Blofeld territory, you can’t go small again,' Cary Joji Fukunaga adds.
Daniel Craig's final James Bond adventure has now been pushed into 2021 as a result of coronavirus delays.
Bond’s initial genesis was as a post-war distraction for a rudderless writer looking to transplant his war-wise world into spiky pulp-fiction.
Regal Cinemas owner Cineworld is closing all of the chain’s locations in the U.S. as well as its theaters in the U.K. in the wake of MGM and Universal’s decision to delay the release of “No Time to Die” until next year, according to Variety.The new closures, set to take effect as soon as next week, come just a few months after the company began reopening its locations amid the coronavirus pandemic earlier this summer. Cineworld operates 128 venues in the U.K. and Ireland in addition to Regal’s 546 theaters in the U.S. consisting of 7,211 screens.Regal is the second largest theatrical chain in the U.S., after AMC, while Cineworld is the U.K.’s biggest cinema operator. Cineworld reported a loss of a $1. 6 billion in the first half of 2020 in recent days, with “no certainty” as to what impact the pandemic could have in the future.According to the Sunday Times, which first reported news of the Cineworld U.K. closures, the move puts up to 5,500 jobs at risk in that country alone.Also Read: James Bond Film 'No Time to Die' Moves Release Date Again to 2021The decision to close its locations comes a day after MGM and Universal announced that the latest James Bond film, “No Time to Die” would be pushed back again, with a statement from the filmmakers citing a need for the film “to be seen by a worldwide theatrical audience.”“No Time to Die” was initially set to hit theaters last April, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, it was moved to Nov. 20, then Nov. 25, and now to next April.Following Disney’s move to change release dates for many of its films — most notably “Black Widow,” which was set for release on Nov. 6 but was moved to summer 2021 — the loss of “No Time to Die” leaves theaters with a dearth of major releases for the remaining months of 2020.Also Read: AMC Theatres Credit Rating Downgraded Again by S&P Global, With Default ImminentLast month, Cineworld reported a $1.6 billion loss in the first half of 2020, with group revenues sinking to $712.4 million from $2.15 billion in the first six months of 2019. The company said at the time it had been able to reopen 561 of its 778 locations worldwide.“If governments were to strengthen restrictions on social gathering, which may therefore oblige us to close our estate again or further push back movie releases, it would have a negative impact on our financial performance and likely require the need to raise additional liquidity,” the company said.Read original story Regal Cinemas Parent Cineworld to Close All Theaters in US and UK At TheWrap
Ana de Armas has promised that her No Time To Die character won't be a stereotypical Bond girl.
Watch: Billie Eilish’s No Time To Die music video Billie Eilish delivers a dark and brooding performance in the music video for James Bond title track No Time To Die.
"It ties up all the storylines," says Bond producer Barbara Broccoli, "It’s a pretty epic film.”
Each episode will focus on a different aspect of the franchise from the music, gadgets and locations to the stunts, costumes and cars.
The coronavirus has wrecked havoc on Hollywood’s release schedule, as multiple blockbusters-to-be have had their release dates postponed by as much as a year or canceled indefinitely. We're tracking the latest news on when you’ll be able to see major movies at a theater — or, in some cases, a streaming service — near you.
The action-packed photos feature Lashana in one of her costumes from the film, with all the 007 trimmings, including an Aston Martin DBS Superleggera and a Triumph Thruxton RS motorcycle.
Another new poster for James Bond’s 25th adventure No Time To Die has been launched ahead of the film’s release on 12 November.No Time To Die finds Daniel Craig’s James Bond retired from active service. However, he’s drawn out of retirement by Jeffrey Wright’s Felix Leiter who is on the trail of a kidnapped scientist.Read more: Rami Malek introduces his 'unsettling' Bond villainThe film, from Albert R. Broccoli’s EON Productions, Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studios (MGM), and Universal Pictures International was written by Neal Purvis and Robert Wade (Spectre, Skyfall), Fukunaga, Scott Z. Burns (Contagion, The Bourne Ultimatum) and Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Killing Eve, Fleabag).Starring Daniel Craig, Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, with Jeffrey Wright, Christoph Waltz and Ralph Fiennes as “M”, No Time To Die lands in cinemas on 12 November.
“What he wants and what he’s willing to do makes him a very frightening character," says director Cary Joji Fukunaga.