James Bond will have a daughter the next instalment of the franchise, according to reports. According to the Mirror and the Mail on Sunday, call sheets that appeared on eBay described a scene featuring 007's secret lover Dr Madeleine Swann,
The release date for James Bond film No Time To Die has been postponed amid fears around Covid-19. The film was due to be released in April, but Bond producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli have said that "after careful
Billie Eilish will sing the theme song for the forthcoming James Bond film, No Time To Die. She is the youngest artist in history to write and record a soundtrack for a 007 film. The US singer-songwriter, 18, was confirmed by Bond producers
Earlier this week, actress Rosamund Pike made an appearance on Amazon's Audible Sessions, where The Independent reports she recalled being asked to strip for an audition in her early 20s. Pike, who's built her career starring in films like Gone Girl and A United Kingdom, revealed that she was asked to (and, ultimately, refused to) strip down into her underwear before auditioning for the 2002 James Bond film, Die Another Day. "My first audition was for a Bond film, and I remember them saying I was to drop my dress and appear in my underwear," she said, according to The Independent.
There’s been some serious mirth and merriment spread this April Fools’ day. From floral paint to the first female Bond, here’s some of our faves.
The name’s Bond. James Bond. After 53 years, 24 films, and six actors portraying the titular role, the 007 franchise remains one of the longest-running and most stylish. But let’s face facts: Bond wouldn’t be Bond without the Bond girls. These leading ladies have changed up their looks through the decades, from bouffants and afros to mod liner and blood red lipstick, and held their own as undercover agents, scientists, diamond smugglers, psychics, astronauts, and more. This week Spectre arrives in theaters with Léa Seydoux as Dr. Madeleine Swann and Monica Bellucci, the oldest Bond girl yet at 51 years old, playing Lucia Sciarra. In honor of the new film, we’re taking a look back at the ladies of 007 — these characters prove you can be beautiful and a total badass, too.Related:Monica Bellucci, 50, is the Newest Bond Girl — Is Hollywood Rethinking Age?Gwen Stefani Talks Urban Decay Makeup Palette, Her Love of Getting ReadyThe 2015 amfAR Inspiration Gala Was Conquered by Actresses Over Age 50
This month, Yahoo Style sat down with not one, not two, but three of Spectre’s leading women to talk about the rise and fall of the Bond girl stereotype and whether the could ever be a female Bond. When Ursula Andress stepped out of the sea in ‘Dr No’ way back in 1962 as the first fully-fledged Bond girl, she set an iconic template - sexy, flawed, and unable to resist Bond’s advances. As different as the three of them are, there is one thing that they unequivocally agree on and that is that the Bond Girl, as we used to understand her, is dead.
Restaurant critic and columnist Giles Coren just tweeted-and-deleted a rather unsavoury joke about Spectre star Léa Seydoux.