With the success of Wonder Woman, both director Patty Jenkins and luminous star Gal Gadot have gotten a lot of questions about what’s next. Well, Wonder Woman 2, of course. But how about making Gal Gadot the next 007?
In October 2015, English actor Daniel Craig declared that he would “rather slash my wrists” than perform the role of 007 a fifth time. That feels a touch hyperbolic, but point taken. And yet, it sounds as if Craig has changed his tune.
Molly Peters played nurse Patricia Fearing in Thunderball, opposite Sean Connery. She died on Tuesday at 75.
The British miniseries The Night Manager, likely to be nominated for everything, worked like one long movie—beautifully shot, subtly acted (especially for a spy/action thriller) and well-directed. Though the cast and production team was mostly men, one name stood out: director Susanne Bier, who reports indicate might…
There are a number of reasons the latest James Bond movie has been buzzed about: the return of director Sam Mendes, the speculation whether Daniel Craig will continue to portray Bond, the death of Judy Dench’s M in Skyfall, and the further establishment of Naomie Harris as Moneypenny and Ben Wishaw as Q. It should…
A letter from James Bond creator Ian Fleming is due to be auctioned off in the coming weeks. It reveals that while yes, Pussy Galore was a lesbian, she just needed a proper man to come along and fuck it out of her.
Idris Elba is one of the hottest men alive who has played a rainbow of roles with a body that is always ready for a topless, fresh-from-the-ocean close-up. But for the newest James Bond novelist the actor is just... “too street” for the part.
Patrick Macnee, who just died, embodied the ultimate gentleman adventurer for millions of people. As John Steed in The Avengers, he proved that an old-school gent could be ready for anything—whether it be robot killing machines, or a tough, self-assured lady in a catsuit.
And just like that, you’ve ruined Idris Elba’s career.
If you believe fiction, spies are everywhere. You cannot turn around without bumping into someone in a wig, armed with a gun masquerading as a tasteful pair of earrings, and carrying secret plans in microdot form. There are so many, we decided to rank them.
In the midst of those emails between Sony executives concluding that black actors don't play well overseas, it seems Idris Elba is an outlier—a particularly sexy outlier. Embattled Sony Head Amy Pascal declared via email that the Brit should be the next James Bond.
You get by with a little help from Adele: the Oscar winner has reportedly recommended up-and-coming singer/dancer FKA twigs as a contributor to the newest James Bond soundtrack. "If she gets Bond she'll become a well known name," a source tells the Daily Star.
In the best news of the day, rumors abound that Rihanna is in talks to appear in the next James Bond film. Whether she'll be making a cameo or taking on the role of an official Bond girl, we don't know, but I am SO DOWN FOR THIS however it turns out.
Beyoncé and Jay Z released the first part of their Bonnie and Clyde trilogy today.
You probably already worship Dame Judi Dench for her many amazing performances in everything from James Bond movies to British comedies like As Time Goes By. But have you seen her wild performance in the trippy 1968 Midsummer Night's Dream? Warning: Possibly NSFW.
There is so much going on with Idris Elba lately, and that's a very good thing, because now we finally have an excuse to post this photo and stare at it for awhile.
Time Lord #5 has recently given an interview saying the Doctor should never be a woman, which is a bit confusing. Prior to Peter Capaldi being named the 12th Doctor, there was a huge, raging, nasty debate about whether or not 12 should mark a change in the 50-year run of white dudes playing the time- and…
Defying a long, proud line of crotchety James Bonds romancing women young enough to be their children, Penélope Cruz has reportedly been cast as the lastest Bond girl opposite Daniel Craig in Sam Mendes' Skyfall follow-up, Bond 24.