James Bond fans rejoice, the date for the world premiere of No Time to Die has been announced.Continue reading Date set for No Time to Die world premiere
Tag Archives: james bond
James Bond joins SPECTRE
A new James Bond comic will be published in March which will see the spy join the mysterious SPECTRE.Continue reading James Bond joins SPECTRE
First look: No Time to Die
Bond is back in the first trailer for No Time to Die, which hits cinemas in April 2020.
We’ve been expecting you Mr….Blofeld
Christoph Waltz is reportedly returning as James Bond’s arch nemesis Ernst Stavros Blofeld in the next 007 film.
That’s A Wrap: Roger Moore, The Girls, David Walliams…
Lots to talk about on this week’s That’s A Wrap podcast with Angie Greaves.
We’ve got new on special screenings paying tribute to Sir Roger Moore, David Walliams meeting his fans and the return of a beloved cartoon series.
Continue reading That’s A Wrap: Roger Moore, The Girls, David Walliams…
James Bond’s Moneypenny gets her own comic book
File this under ‘about damn time’.
Miss Moneypenny from the James Bond books and films is finally getting her own comic book.
Continue reading James Bond’s Moneypenny gets her own comic book
Anthony Horowitz to pen new James Bond story
Author Anthony Horowitz is writing a second James Bond novel.
Continue reading Anthony Horowitz to pen new James Bond story
Peanuts meets Bond
Both the new James Bond and Peanuts movies are in cinemas in the US this weekend. To celebrate, the clever team working on the Peanuts film have released Bond-themed posters.
Daniel Craig says he’s given “no thought” to another Bond outing
There’s been intense speculation as to whether Daniel Craig will continue as James Bond after Spectre. But it seems the only person not joining in with all the discussion is the man himself who claims he’s not even thought about it.
Continue reading Daniel Craig says he’s given “no thought” to another Bond outing
Films to watch out for – August to September
As the summer draws to a close and autumn fast approaches it’s time to say farewell to the big blockbusters and begin to prepare ourselves for the inevitable slide into awards season.
August to October is always a strange time in cinema as distributors move away from the big tent-pole movies into the more dramatic, kudos-likely fare. But, as always, there are plenty of films that are worth getting excited about.
Continue reading Films to watch out for – August to September