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  • Double-0 Bama ... Mark Steyn

    11/16/2008 3:16:13 AM PST · by Rummyfan · 45 replies · 2,483+ views
    STEYN Online ^ | 14 Nov 2008 | Mark Steyn
    Before we close the book on this election season, let me quote one of the most dispiriting asides on the subject. Daniel Craig, the star of the new James Bond movie The Audacity Of Solace – no, wait, A Quantum Of Hope - was being interviewed by Kevin Sessums for Parade (that supplement thingie that’s free in all the local newspapers), and as a final question was asked which of the two candidates would make the better 007: Craig doesn’t hesitate. ‘Obama would be the better Bond because—if he’s true to his word—he’d be willing to quite literally look the...
  • Could the next James Bond be black?

    11/07/2008 6:22:39 AM PST · by Loyalist · 111 replies · 2,554+ views
    TV 3 (Ireland) ^ | November 7, 2008 | Staff
    Daniel Craig says Barack Obama's win in the American presidential election has paved the way for the next James Bond to be black. The actor - who has played the British spy in two instalments of the franchise - says he'd like to see his replacement be black. He said: "I'm a real fan of Obama because I like his political ideas. And I think it's the right moment for a black James Bond. If we can have a black US President, I think we might have reached the moment for a new kind of 007. "I think the role...
  • Soviet diehards see red over 'betrayal' by 007 girl Olga Kurylenko

    10/31/2008 6:22:32 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 58 replies · 3,776+ views
    Times of London ^ | 10/31/08 | Tony Halpin
    Soviet diehards see red over 'betrayal' by 007 girl Olga Kurylenko Tony Halpin in Moscow Bond girls often come to a sticky end but Olga Kurylenko will be hoping that the Communists never get hold of her. Kurylenko, the Ukrainian actress who plays Bond's sidekick in Quantum of Solace, has been condemned by the Communist Party of St Petersburg for aiding “the killer of hundreds of Soviet people and their allies”. Apparently oblivious to Bond's fictional nature, it accused her of assisting “a man who worked for decades under the orders of Thatcher and Reagan to destroy the USSR”. In...
  • Ukrainian Bond girl is traitor to USSR, say Russian communists

    10/27/2008 7:40:35 PM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 86 replies · 3,715+ views ^ | 10/27/2008
    MOSCOW, October 27 (RIA Novosti) - A Russian communist group has attacked the newest Bond girl, Olga Kurylenko, for her "moral and intellectual betrayal" in starring in a film about the "enemy of the Soviet people." Ukrainian-born Kurylenko, 28, stars in the new James Bond film, Quantum of Solace, alongside English actor Daniel Craig. "In the name of all communists we appeal to you, Olga Kurylenko, wanton daughter of unclean Ukraine and deserter of the Slavic world. The Soviet Union educated you, cared for you, and brought you up for free, but no one suspected that you would commit this...
  • "Another Way to Die"- "Quantum of Solice" next James Bond movie theme song released (Or escaped)

    10/02/2008 6:21:31 AM PDT · by Perdogg · 24 replies · 696+ views
    WWTDD ^ | 10.02.08 | Perdogg
    The Jack White and Alicia Keys song for the next James Bond movie finally has a video, and it's way way worse than you could have ever imagined.
  • "Quantum of Solace" Teaser Trailer

    06/30/2008 7:22:11 PM PDT · by pcottraux · 42 replies · 77+ views ^ | 6-30-08
    Looks awesome.
  • The Name's Fleming ... Mark Steyn

    05/31/2008 8:48:37 AM PDT · by Rummyfan · 22 replies · 131+ views
    STEYN Online ^ | 28 May 2008 | Mark Steyn
    Ian Fleming, the father of James Bond and inventor of Chitty-Chitty Bang-Bang, was born one hundred years ago today: May 28th 1908. We'll be marking the occasion in the days ahead, and might even get around to the new Bond novel commissioned for the centenary from my old friend Sebastian Faulks. Sebastian came to stay with me a few years back to get some background for a novel he was writing that included a chapter said in northern New England. If you're planning on reading it for glimpses of my home life, he turned me into a woman and had...
  • Indiana Jones and the last capitalist

    05/23/2008 9:00:39 AM PDT · by Para-Ord.45 · 20 replies · 188+ views ^ | May 24, 2008 | Chan Akya
    Looking at the origins and makeup of the various Indy films, it is clear that the producer-director combination of George Lucas and Steven Spielberg sought to create a James Bond-like character [1]. Even so, there are major differences between Indy and James Bond, starting with the fact that the latter is employed by a government agency with a "license to kill" across national borders. In effect, Bond was the archetypal imperialist figure for whom national boundaries meant nothing as he carried out his government's orders with scant disregard for life and even less for clothing his women. All in all,...
  • Homeless James Bond (video)

    05/08/2008 10:47:28 AM PDT · by EveningStar · 10 replies · 70+ views
    Click on the link.
  • New [James] Bond film title is confirmed

    01/27/2008 5:08:00 PM PST · by yankeedame · 38 replies · 129+ views ^ | Thursday, 24 January 2008 | staff writer
    Last Updated: Thursday, 24 January 2008, 17:39 GMT New Bond film title is confirmed Daniel Craig helped launch the new film at Pinewood Studios The next James Bond film is to be called Quantum of Solace, producers have confirmed. The title is taken from one of a collection of short stories published by 007 creator Ian Fleming in 1960. Producer Michael Wilson said the film would have "twice as much action" as 2006's Casino Royale, which saw Daniel Craig debut as the iconic secret agent. The next outing, previously known as Bond 22, is partly being shot at Pinewood Studios...
  • New Bond Film Titled `Quantum of Solace'

    01/24/2008 9:07:27 AM PST · by Perdogg · 28 replies · 83+ views
    AP ^ | 01.24.08
    "Quantum of Solace" is the title of the new James Bond film, the 22nd Bond adventure. The title was revealed to reporters Thursday at Pinewood Studios outside of London, where the movie is being filmed. Producer Michael G. Wilson said the title, chosen only a few days ago, was taken from a story by Bond creator Ian Fleming that appears in the collection "For Your Eyes Only." "We thought it was an intriguing title and referenced what happened to Bond and what is happening in the film," he said.

    12/25/2007 1:56:07 PM PST · by Cyropaedia · 14 replies · 387+ views
    YouTube ^ | DEC. 19th, 2006 | Unknown
    This is a little bit humor for this Christmas. Personally, I think it's brilliant...( tip of the hat to Instapundit & Randy Barnett )...
  • New dual-caliber Israeli rifle could be next Bond star

    11/30/2007 8:54:34 AM PST · by sukhoi-30mki · 108 replies · 1,644+ views
    The Jerusalem Post ^ | Nov 29, 2007 | YAAKOV KATZ
    New dual-caliber Israeli rifle could be next Bond star By YAAKOV KATZ Actor Daniel Craig might use it in his upcoming James Bond film; it is being touted as the only dual-caliber assault rifle in the world today - and in the coming months, it will hit the international market under the name Micro-Tavor (MTAR). Developed and manufactured by Israel Weapon Industries (IWI) - a former subsidiary of the government-owned Israel Military Industries - the MTAR is the micro version of the Tavor assault rifle jointly developed by the IDF and IMI as a replacement for the M-16. The Tavor...
  • Lois Maxwell — obituary

    09/30/2007 5:51:40 PM PDT · by dighton · 28 replies · 957+ views
    Lois Maxwell, the Canadian actress who died on Saturday aged 80, played Miss Moneypenny in 14 James Bond films; although other younger women later took over the part, she was widely regarded as the definitive Moneypenny, M’s spinsterly secretary secretly in love with 007.She was 33 when she screen-tested for Dr No (1962), the first Bond film, and was originally offered the part eventually played by Eunice Grayson, one of Bond’s conquests, seen putting golf balls down the hall of his flat dressed only in his pyjama top.But Lois Maxwell did not regard her legs as her strongest point, and...
  • Bond's definitive Miss Moneypenny dies: BBC

    09/30/2007 5:11:05 PM PDT · by shove_it · 12 replies · 95+ views
    Reuters ^ | 9/30/2007
    LONDON (Reuters) - Lois Maxwell, the Canadian-born actress who was to many fans the definitive Miss Moneypenny in James Bond films, has died in Western Australia aged 80, the BBC reported on Sunday. It said Maxwell, the demur foil to Bond's suave rake in 14 films from 1962's "Dr. No" to 1985's "A View to a Kill," had died in Fremantle Hospital. She had been suffering from cancer. In the Bond films Moneypenny as secretary to Bond's chief M has a flirtatious relationship with the spy, evidently attracted to him but never succumbing to his advances. It was a role...
  • Bond's Miss Moneypenny dies in Australia

    09/30/2007 10:11:11 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 23 replies · 3,093+ views
    AFP on Yahoo ^ | 9/30/07 | AFP
    SYDNEY (AFP) - Actress Lois Maxwell, who was known to millions of fans through her role as Miss Moneypenny in a series of Bond movies, has died in Australia, an official said Sunday. She was 80. "She passed away on 29th September at 11:40 pm," a spokeswoman for Fremantle Hospital in western Australia told AFP. The Canadian-born actress had been living in Australia for several years because her son and his family are based there. She first played the character, with whom the ever-charming 007 constantly flirted, alongside Sean Connery in "Dr No" in 1962. She continued to play the...
  • Bond star Lois Maxwell dies at 80

    09/30/2007 7:03:53 AM PDT · by RayChuang88 · 11 replies · 106+ views
    BBC News web site ^ | September 30, 2007
    Actress Lois Maxwell, who starred as Miss Moneypenny in a string of James Bond movies, has died aged 80. Maxwell starred alongside Sir Sean Connery in Bond's first movie outing, Dr No, in 1962. She played the role until 1985's A View To A Kill with Sir Roger Moore, who told the BBC she had been a "great asset" to the early Bond movies. A spokesperson for Fremantle Hospital, Western Australia, said she died there on Saturday evening.
  • Science Proves Sean Connery Is Bond, James Bond

    03/08/2007 9:48:17 AM PST · by Millee · 64 replies · 679+ views
    FoxNews ^ | 3/8/07 | Staff
    Science has spoken and the results are shocking, positively shocking. Psychologists at two U.K. universities have determined that Sean Connery most closely resembles the vision author Ian Fleming had in mind when he created his British spy James Bond, according to a report in the London Telegraph. Rob Jenkins of the University of Glasgow and Richard Wiseman of the University of Hertfordshire created a composite image using all of the actors that Fleming himself said in 1961 had the right facial structure to be his 007 hero. The technique — called prototyping — combined photographs of Stewart Granger, Richard Burton,...
  • Roosevelt Years (Serb that warned Hoover on possible attack on Pearl Harbour)

    The British double agent Dusko Popov, who reputedly inspired Ian Fleming’s creation of James Bond, was approached by the Germans to become their spy. Popov did so, but reported everything he did to the British. When the Germans sent Popov to set up a large spy ring in the U.S., he was asked to gather some very provocative information for the Japanese. The Japanese request, called the "Japanese questionnaire," involved a lot of extremely specific information about Hawaii and Pearl Harbor. British Intelligence and Popov came to the conclusion in August of 1941 that the Japanese were preparing an invasion...
  • SERVANT OF EMPIRE ... Mark Steyn

    12/02/2006 8:47:22 AM PST · by Rummyfan · 6 replies · 892+ views
    Steyn Online ^ | 2 Dec 2006 | Mark Steyn
    Contemplating the cover of “The Man Who Saved Britain”—Sean Connery, wearing a tuxedo and a sadistic smile, caressing his cheek with his Walther PPK, as a nubile underclad 1960s dolly bird somewhere down at crotch-height nuzzles against his upper thigh… Where was I? Oh, yes. Bond, James Bond. Contemplating the cover of “The Man Who Saved Britain,” you’re struck by the apparent ingenuity of Simon Winder’s concept: It is weird, when you think about it, that the great enduring iconic figure of the Cold War, the very embodiment of the espionage profession, should be a Brit. The country was, after...