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Skyfall Coming to IMAX Day Before Theatrical Release Skyfall Coming to IMAX Day Before Theatrical Release
"Skyfall", the next film in the James Bond franchise,  will apparently be released in IMAX on November 8, one day before the release in nationwide theaters. An official tweet by the producers of the film,  Barbara Broccoli and Michael Wilson, was rel...
09/28/2012 10:09 AM EST  |  Read More

 MI6 Looks To Keep Daniel Craig as 007 MI6 Looks To Keep Daniel Craig as 007
It has been confirmed that Daniel Craig will be playing legendary character James Bond for at least two more films after "Skyfall". This will make Craig's 5-film run as Bond the third longest. Sean Connery had 6 films as Bond, and Roger Moore had 7. I...
09/06/2012 9:53 AM EST  |  Read More

24th Bond Film Already in the Works 24th Bond Film Already in the Works
It looks like Bond fans won't have to be waiting too long for the 24th installment of the franchise. "Skyfall", which will be the 23rd film in the franchise, is due out next month and the studio isn't wasting anytime getting the next film out. They say...
04/26/2012 11:25 AM EST  |  Read More

Ralph Fiennes Mysterious About Upcoming Skyfall Character Ralph Fiennes Mysterious About Upcoming Skyfall Character
With the newest installment of James Bond films to be released, there is a tremendous amount of buzz surrounding some new characters. Rumor has it that Ralph Fiennes will be in the upcoming "Skyfall" film. However, lips are sealed are exactly what character he...
01/03/2012 11:53 AM EST  |  Read More

Daniel Craig Wanted for Five More Bond Films Daniel Craig Wanted for Five More Bond Films
Daniel Craig, the latest leading man in the James Bond series of film, could possibly be around to do five more installments of the legendary franchise. According to Michael G. Wilson, producer of the films, working with Craig for more films would be ideal. "Daniel...
12/19/2011 4:21 PM EST  |  Read More

EON Productions, Metron-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios and Sony Pictures Entertainment Announce Nov 7th, Start of Production of James Bond, Skyfall EON Productions, Metron-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios and Sony Picture...
LONDON, UK, November 3 rd , 2011 - Producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli today presented the cast of the 23 rd James Bond adventure, entitled SKYFALL .  The film, from Albert R. Broccoli's Eon Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, and Sony Pictures Ente...
11/03/2011 2:56 PM EST  |  Read More

New Bond Film Put on Hold New Bond Film Put on Hold
According to the Associated Press, the next installment of the James Bond series will be put on hold. Due to the uncertain future of MGM, the film, just like "The Hobbit" before it, will be "halted indefinitely after MGM failed to find a buyer." Orig...
04/23/2010 9:11 AM EST  |  Read More

Mr. White Will Not Be Returning To Next Bond Film Mr. White Will Not Be Returning To Next Bond Film
Jesper Christensen, Mr. White in the James Bond films "Casino Royale" and "Quantum of Solace"says that he won't be returning to the franchise. While Christensen was being interviewed about his upcoming film, "A Family", he caused a bit...
02/24/2010 7:51 PM EST  |  Read More

007 Sean Connery Would Like To Be A James Bond Villain? 007 Sean Connery Would Like To Be A James Bond Villain?
Sean Connery, seven time Bond star, recently stated that he wouldn't mind coming back to the franchise.  Not as an aging Bond, but as a bona fide bad guy. The latest Bond film, Quantum Solace, is well into production, so no one knows for sure if this could be a real pos...
04/09/2008 12:59 PM EST  |  Read More

New James Bond Film Gets A Name, Quantom of Solance New James Bond Film Gets A Name, Quantom of Solance
Sony Pictures has announced that the newest installment of the James Bond series of movies will be titled, "Quantum of Solace". The title was taken from a short story that Ian Fleming, creator of James Bond, published in 1960. The 22nd film in the series will...
01/25/2008 1:51 PM EST  |  Read More

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