There’s a King Arthur movie out there with a cast that includes Kate Winslet and Daniel Craig. However, neither of them are the stars, and the lead fights evil with a Discman. Twice. Welcome to A Kid in King Arthur’s Court, the dumbest Arthurian legend ever told.
Five Hollywood studios are currently battling over which one will make the next James Bond film.
Is it a true change of heart or is he just psyching himself up to say yes to the dump truck of money the franchise gives him?
Correction: Though we reported this as a rumor from the beginning, Vanity Fair is now reporting they rumor is not true. Original story follows.
After directing two installments of the franchise back to back, Sam Mendes is stepping back from James Bond. The director of Skyfall and Spectre confirmed his departure earlier today at the Hay festival, according to the Guardian.
Daniel Craig has been vocal about wanting to walk away from the James Bond franchise for a while now, and it’s looking likely that Tom Hiddleston will be the next 007.
The rumors have been swirling for ages—and even Craig himself has been hilariously vocal about it—but after a decade of killing under license, Daniel Craig may be done with James Bond. (That is, if highly speculatory reports are to be believed.)
One of the least crazy rumors about The Force Awakens was that somehow, James Bond actor Daniel Craig had filmed a cameo. Now we know it’s true, and who he played, so more spoilers for The Force Awakens! Also Daniel Craig, guess.
James Bond movies are generally ridiculous, although they run the gamut from Casino Royale to Moonraker. Spectre, the new one that’s out today, is definitely one of the more ridiculous of the bunch—but holds itself with a kind of overly grim dignity, like a teenage executioner. The good news? The action sequences are…
I cannot imagine a better media campaign for an upcoming film than having the star repeatedly talk about how tired he is, how little he cares about the next film, and how he’ll only do it again for the money. Daniel Craig is the best possible salesman for Spectre.
We’re just about a month away from the newest James Bond film, Spectre, and Sony figured we could use one more trailer to raise our collective excitement just a little higher. It worked.
Sony unrolled a whole mess of movies at their annual CinemaCon presentation, but the real star wars Bond. James Bond. Their premiere of the first ever Spectre footage had a bunch of clues as to what’s happened in our favorite spy’s life. Spoiler talk ahead.
With the announcement of the title and cast of the 24th James Bond movie this week, MI6 Confidential found a quote from Daniel Craig that explains why Austin Powers forced them to go a darker direction.
Live from Pinewood Studios, director Sam Mendes revealed the cast and title for the 24th James Bond movie. Coming November 6, 2015 is Spectre. We also got confirmation of some new cast members: Christoph Waltz, Andrew Scott, Dave Bautista, Monica Bellucci and Léa Seydoux. Spoilers in the form of speculation and…
The new James Bond movie doesn't have any cars that turn into submarines, or people being thrown out of airplanes without a parachute and surviving. There's hardly any really huge widescreen action. No lasers or jetpacks at all.
Ben Whishaw is James Bond's brand new Quartermaster from Skyfall. The new take on the classic character upgrades the old gadget jockey into a young man... with a glorious head of hair. It's perfect for the "aging spy" angle that Sam Mendes is channeling in his new movie.
How does Daniel Craig's James Bond stack up against Pierce Brosnan's? Or Roger Moore's? Or Mr. Connery's? Who is the best Bond?
We've got four clips from the brand new James Bond movie Skyfall — and all seem to highlight the very best parts from Sam Mendes' action flick. There's a small glimpse of the gigantic opening chase scene, a few minutes of the latest Bond Girl Bérénice Marlohe, and a bit of time with the show-stealer Javier Bardem…
James Bond is back! The 23rd Bond film now has a name, Skyfall. Yep, that's not what we were expecting either, but at least it's a little science fiction-y, right?
Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz have a problem: Their house is haunted, or the murderer from I Know What You Did Last Summer wants to kill them. We're not sure. Either way these clips from the horror flick Dream House are trying their damndest to be scary. So, are they?