After months of not so subtly implying that he was ready to be done playing the world’s most iconic spy, Daniel Craig has finally confirmed that he will, in fact, be returning for the next 007 film to play James Bond one last time. But the actor was also candid and admitted his conflicting feelings about the role.
Today, Eon Productions and MGM sent out a four-sentence press release announcing that the next James Bond movie will hit UK theaters on November 8th, 2019. That’s it. There was literally nothing else. That’s weird... but it’s also telling.
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.
I grew up with James Bond. That’s not a huge exaggeration. I remember proudly telling my babysitter I’d been watching the films for years. My favorite parts: the chase scenes. So when I went to London last month and discovered Bond in Motion, a museum exhibit filled with actual Bond vehicles, I drooled a bit. And then…
Netflix added seven James Bond movies to its streaming library this week. With today's Kentucky Derby in the books, one of those newly-added Bond titles seems particularly ripe for revisiting: 1985's A View to a Kill, starring Roger Moore. It's kitschy enough to make you cringe, but with a story line that weaves…
For all the time we've spent staring blankly at GIFs, it's crazy to think that those looping animations could have been hiding coded messages all along. Prosthetic Knowledge put together this "Lenticular Encryption" project to show how illicit info can be snuck into everyone's favorite image format.
In the 1970s, a sporty disco-white car that turned into a submarine was the kind of hybrid required by James Bond. In those pre-computer movie days, filming a submariner car required a real submarine car, which was built for The Spy Who Loved Me but then lost for decades.
If this view looks familiar, it's because it was the inspiration for the Javier Bardem's cyberterrorist HQ in Skyfall. Now, you can explore the real-life island on Street View.
We showed you the ultimate amalgam of Bruce Wayne (Adam West, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, George Clooney and Christian Bale, all smooshed together into one devilishly handsome, if somewhat Bale-biased, visage). Here now for your consideration is a similar composite of every 007 actor, morphed into one super-Bond.
Being a nerd doesn't necessarily mean you or your friends have an extreme affinity for gadgets. Some of you might have a perverse attraction to toys, comics, board games or anything sci-fi-related. If you're looking for an alternative gift for your pop culture obsessed friend or loved one, these might do you some…
There have been 23 Bond movies made In the past 50 years—full of lethal, handy, futuristic, awesome, and sometimes funny gadgets. Most are still too fantastic to be real, but some have transcended the silver screen to become naturalized residents of the Real World. These are our favorites.
352. That's James Bond's number of kills in all his movies. From Dr. No to Quantum of Solace, Connery to Craig. This lovely infographic from Brendan Dawes (which was inspired by Dr. No's title sequence) breaks down each kill from each movie.
Bond might be saddled with a Sony, thanks to Sony Pictures producing 007′s recent outings, but he should be glad he's not stuck with this polished turd-of-a-phone. Meet the Aston Martin Aspire, an Android phone that no one should ever buy for $1,300 - it's no Vertu that's for sure.
It's official. Daniel Craig will appear in his third James Bond film (the 23rd overall). The spy flick picks up where Quantum of Solace left off, and this time around, Sam Mendes will direct, making it even more promising.