With its late 2019 release date getting closer and closer, the latest James Bond film is still without a director. However, a new report suggests producers have one name at the top of their list.
Barbara Broccoli discusses the future of Bond after Daniel Craig. Patty Jenkins teases a “totally different” Wonder Woman 2, as well as her attempts to get Lynda Carter to make a special appearance. Robbie Amell joins Amazon’s new scifi comedy. Plus, behind-the-scenes of Black Panther, and what’s to come in The Flash…
Martin Campbell, the director who brought both Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig’s James Bonds to the big screen, has said he would think about coming back if Craig was gone for good. But don’t worry—that’s not actually an insult.
Unnamed sources are telling The Hollywood Reporter that the fight for distribution rights to the James Bond films just got two new contenders: Apple and Amazon. Up until now Warner Bros. have been in the lead with the best bid, but let’s be honest. Apple and Amazon have deeper pockets.
Even if you haven’t seen any James Bond films, you’re probably aware that the space laser battle depicted in Moonraker ranks among the stupidest scenes in the franchise’s history. But there’s a new laser gun in town that’s actually good and opening up for business. It is not a weapon.
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.
Rumors are circulating about the story of the next James Bond movie, including the return of some familiar faces. Brie Larson discusses the expectations of starring in Captain Marvel. New Flash set pictures reveal and updated suit for Barry Allen. Plus, American Horror Story: Cult loses a regular and a new Preacher…
The DeLorean. The Ecto-1. The Batmobile. The Lightcycle. Badass vehicles and other modes of transport have long been a memorable part of science fiction and fantasy movies—and artist Mark Chilcott has painted some standout selections in a brand new art show, appropriately titled Ride On!
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.
The prospect of Christopher Nolan directing a James Bond film is one that makes both film fans and studio executives salivate. It’s not something that’s happening just yet—but in a new interview, Nolan admitted he’s been tempted to do it and has actually had discussions about it.
When Star Wars hit theaters 40 years ago this week, it changed the film industry forever. But as well as its long-reaching impact, in the immediate wake of its release, it also drove scifi into the moviemaking spotlight in a big way. Whatever could the James Bond series do to compete? Send 007 into space in the…
Up until the recent Daniel Craig movies, in the eyes of many Moneypenny has always been the secretary Bond flirts with on his way to a new adventure, rather than an action hero in her own right. Dynamite’s excellent Bond comic series wants to alter that perception by giving MI6's finest some time in the spotlight.
Sir Roger Moore, the third actor to take on the legendary mantle of James Bond, has died of cancer at the age of 89.
Five Hollywood studios are currently battling over which one will make the next James Bond film.
Charles Roven says the DCEU will lean on flashbacks and flashfowards in future films. Oliver dons his original costume for some reason in new Arrow photos. Get another look at the Predator cast. Plus, mysterious casting for Preacher season two, and one final look at the last episode of The Vampire Diaries. The…
Warren Ellis’ time with 007 at Dynamite Comics has come to an end, but the life of Britain’s premiere special agent goes on. Green Arrow’s Benjamin Percy is sending Bond off on new missions to new locales, and we caught up with him to see whats in store for MI6's finest.
The ultimate gift for the James Bond fan in your life is down to an all-time low price today. $100 gets you all 24 films on Blu-ray, including Spectre (previous box sets didn’t include it), digital copies, 120 hours of bonus features, and even a mini book. So get ready to shake yourself a vodka martini, and settle in…
There is literally no franchise Joss Whedon would not say yes to right now. Whether he should be asked is a debate for studio boardrooms and comment sections on the Internet.
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?