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Lazenby -How a Threesome Led Him to the Role of James Bond

Got to admire George Lazenby’s candor, in a Podcast interview with the Hollywood Reporter’s Scott Feinberg at the TCM Classic Film Festival Lazenby openly talks about his time as Bond as well as what led him there. While we are not exactly sure what “Podcasts” are, we sincerely hope those poor Orcas make back to their families safely. In all seriousness (and very bad…

Teaser Poster: Sterling Malory Archer is James Bond

A few weeks ago the EON team proudly released a teaser poster for their new film Hydra, no, wait sorry. S.P.E.C.T.R.E, I meant SPECTRE, their mascots are so similar it is easy to confuse them.   Aside from the computer generated looking Craig (photoshopped to the extreme) what got the attention of the younger generation was the…

Bond -Do Looks Matter?

Bond is famous as a handsome hero in the same guise as – for example – Superman. When Ian Fleming sat down with a stiff drink and penned his first thriller his hero was an archetypal one: tall, dark and handsome. But now today in 2015 we have a Bond in the movies who is the…

Louis Jourdan 1921-2015

Louis Joudan has died aged 93. Louis was a French actor who found fame as an actor in film, tv and on the stage. A suave actor he had many memorable roles. One of these was as the evil villian Kamal Khan in Octopussy. RIP Louis.

Spectre…

First look of Daniel Craig in his latest “Bond” movie Spectre Director Sam Mendes hinted at more made up backstories for the Bond characters: “He is on the hunt, on the trail, of somebody. You don’t know why, you don’t know what he’s doing there. That sense that something is up is also tied to…

Geoffrey Holder 1930-2014

Another sad day for Bond fans. Geoffrey Holder, who played Baron Samedi in Live and Let die, passed away last Sunday at the age of 84. Geoffrey was an undisputed talent who leaves behind an incredible legacy. Our Thoughts and prayers go out to his family.     Special thanks to Kris for posting the…

New line of Bond comics announced

Ian Fleming Publications Ltd. has granted a license to publish.  Dynamite Entertainment has a worldwide publishing rights for a James Bond comic books, graphic novels, and digital comics series based on Ian Fleming’s novels. They also have the right to create new material which is what they apparently plan to do with the first stories…

RIP Richard Kiel

Richard Kiel a giant of a man with a heart just as big has passed away at the age of 74. He was only in two Bond movies (“The Spy Who Loved Me” & “Moonraker”) however his impact was far greater making him a icon of the series. It is rumoured Bond 24 producers are…

RIP Gottfried John

Gottfried John best know to us as General Ourumov from GoldenEye died of cancer September 1st, 2014. He is survived by his wife. The actor worked with Rainer Werner Fassbinder and was James Bond’s nemesis in ‘Goldeneye’ German character actor Gottfried John, star of German stage, film and television who found international success as a…

Our November Man First Reviews

Our members in the territories where November Man was release have given us some feedback. For the most part they agree with the CinemaScore B+ rating and they agree a sequel would be worthwhile. Appears there are Bond references to go along with the former Bond and Bond girl starring in this picture. Discuss this…

The November Man

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Today is the day Pierce Brosnan realizes a decades old dream to make this movie, maybe a series if the movie is successful. Pierce Brosnan’s action spy film, The November Man, doesn’t actually come out until August 27, but Relativity already feels like it has a hit on its hands, so much so that they…

My Bond is Not Enough

Pierce Brosnan during recent a PR campaign for his up coming movies candidly admitted his Bond was not good enough. Some of his most loyal fans and supporters surly felt sucker punched.  Pierce Brosnan: My James Bond was ‘never good enough’ Actor, who played Ian Fleming’s secret agent in four Bond films, describes his portrayal…

Blofeld and SPECTRE to return?

Blofeld and SPECTRE to return? Eon have finally regained Kevin McClory’s Bond rights which include the character of Blofeld. The Eon statement said: Los Angeles, CA (November 15, 2013) – Danjaq, LLC, the producer of the James Bond films, and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), the longtime distributor of the Bond films, along with the estate and family…

New Forum Elimination Game: Firearms

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With the conclusion of the incidental music game a new game was launched, the firearm elimination game (voting for our favorite Bond gun).  Jim Carrey already tweeted to inform us he will not be participating, however we are hopeful his personal bodyguard might join in the fun. Firearms elimination game Special thanks to JackJamesBond007 for…

Forum Elimination Game: Incidental Music Final Results

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The Forum game reached its conclusion, special thanks to Kris for his work compiling the songs and to everyone who participated. (Cheers!) And the Winner is: A View To A Kill: He’s Dangerous (John Barry) FINAL CHART: 23 – Quantum of Solace: A Night at the Opera (David Arnold) 22 – Skyfall: The Chimera (Thomas…

Secretan, James Secretan

An extract from a 1952 draft of the first Bond novel, Casino Royale revealed that the novelist had another name in mind for his most famous creation. “Ian’s first idea was to give James Bond an assumed name as his cover,” niece Kate Grimond told the Sunday Times of London (Grimond’s family owns the draft).…

R.I.P. Michael France (GoldenEye Screenwriter)

Michael France, 1962-2013 Screenwriter Michael France was found dead by his sister Friday morning.  Our deepest condolences go out to Michael’s family and friend for their sad loss.. Special thank to “Napoleon Solo” for posting the story. Discuss this in our forum. tampabay.com ST. PETE BEACH — Hollywood screenwriter and Beach Theatre owner Michael France…