The 24th Bond film will come roaring into theaters November 2015, unless you’re Kate Middleton (hey gurl) who will get to see it in October with little Her Royal Highness, Princess Katniss of Cambridge, who will be two years old by then.
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“It’s not true,” a source close tells the publication of the recent reports regarding the role.
One week after taking Oscar home, Adele is still making big headlines — all thanks to the name James Bond.
The Academy Awards made history Sunday night.
For only the sixth time since the inaugural 1929 ceremony, the Oscars crowned two victors in a single category. In announcing the award for Best Sound Editing, Mark Wahlberg tore open the winner envelope and dumbfoundedly declared, “We have a tie. No B.S. We have a… More »
Warner Bros. couldn’t have planned it better if they tried: As Oscar night rapidly approaches, 2012’s would-be underdog Argo turns up on Blu-ray, offering viewers of the ceremony an opportunity to get thoroughly outraged on Ben Affleck’s behalf for not being nominated. Meanwhile, a collection of crowd-pleasers old and new joins Affleck’s blockbuster on home… More »
Presenting Harvey Weinstein, movie star?
On Saturday, the award-winning producer hit the red carpet for the annual Producers Guild Awards, but his attention quickly turned to the latest James Bond movie when he talked about his own gems, Silver Linings Playbook and Django Unchained.
“You know, it’s great that Silver Linings… More »
This year’s Golden Globes just got an extra dose of star power.
Making her first post-baby appearance, Adele will return to the stage Sunday night for the 2013 Golden Globes festivities, where she is nominated for Best Original Song for the latest James Bond caper, Skyfall.
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For 2013, Hollywood has its work cut out for it.
2012 gave us the first-ever Marvel superhero team-up movie, the final Twilight film, the biggest James Bond movie ever and an unprecedented amount of Channing Tatum.
This year’s embarrassment of riches set the bar very high for movie fans. So before… More »
2012 was a remarkable year for movies – not just financially, but artistically.
Even as The Hunger Games and The Avengers and Skyfall and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 broke records and brought in historic revenues, some of the industry’s most talented actors and filmmakers further solidified their place in… More »
Between tentpole blockbusters, limited releases and film festivals, hundreds of movies are released every year, often a dozen at a time. Friday almost invariably unleashes a whole new set of choices on moviegoers, who not only have to choose from these options, but remember what all of them are, while deflecting critical acclaim, marketing muscle,… More »
This weekend, the box office is in for a massive shake-up as The Hobbit challenges James Bond for the No. 1 spot.
Peter Jackson’s much-anticipated return to Middle Earth is the sole new release this weekend, and its expected to rake in tons of hard-earned allowance money.
Holdovers like Skyfall and Twilight: Breaking Dawn –… More »
As far as movies go, 2012 was kind of a big deal.
This year, it felt like Hollywood believed in all of that “End of the World,” Mayan Calendar stuff, as studios released wave after wave of franchises like there was no tomorrow – and finding considerable box office success in the process. More »