Let’s finally settle this.
Let’s finally settle this.
A New Zealander James Bond?
Because let’s face it, we’re all megalomaniacs. But which one of the different pompous, self-loving narcissists are you the most like?
It’s not just about who gets to don the tux.
Thanks to Redditor g_noodle these images have been both shaken and stirred.
Let’s hope the plot’s not full of holes.
You may not like it shaken, or stirred, or even like martinis at all for that matter, but deep down, you still know which Bond you are. See if you’re right with our quiz.
At least in terms of his dapper personal grooming; you don’t necessarily need to focus on the misogyny and regular brushes with death.
A graphic designer visualizes the spy’s sex life: 50 years, 22 films, 53 women, and 75 implied sexual encounters.
A vending machine in Antwerp’s Central Station brings out the 007 in its customers by giving them a 70-second mission to win tickets for the new James Bond movie.
Ever since he first hit movie screens in 1962, James Bond has been an iconic figure. But the stylistic evolution of the films’ posters—from the bright colors and arched brows of the Sean Connery days to the grim and largely monochromatic Daniel Craig editions—is suggestive not only of the development of graphic design but also of just how much Bond’s cultural role has changed over the years.
Adele’s new jam is up there, but she’s got a lot of competition. She pretty much stomped all over Madonna and Chris Cornell’s themes, though.
The single, which drops in the U.S. on October 5th, can be heard in full thanks to a French radio station that jumped the gun and played it early.
Sean Connery made his next to last Bond movie that year—“You Only Live Twice.” Here are set photos—with Bond Girls—from five gentlemen looking to take his place.
They don’t make ‘em like they used to. A former James Bond cannot believe Daniel Craig will give up the signature martini in favor of beer.
“Skyfall” opens in the US on November 9th and is directed by Sam Mendes (American Beauty, Road To Perdition). This footage is the glimpse of the film and it looks gorgeous.
When the world is threatened by Jon Stewart’s fleet of nu-cu-lar subs, some limey prancer ain’t going to save us. Stephen doesn’t need a number or high-tech gadgets or a dame telling him what to do. He just needs some ass to kick. And maybe some donations to buy a muscle car, a fighter jet, karate lessons, and a big effing gun.
The results for SuperPunch’s James Bond art contest are in, and here are a few of the eye candy entries. Looks like a few illustrators are pumped for “Skyfall.”
Daniel Craig hilariously ripped into the everyone’s least favorite reality television family in a recent interview with GQ. He’s handsome AND an astute media critic.
The most simple performance of the James Bond theme. These two off-the-beaten path instruments really do it well. Watch Video ›
Minox, the makers of the 1940s CIA spy camera used by James Bond, have created a 5.3 megapixel digital replica of the Leica M3 that even takes video. Want or need? That is the question. (Source: Photojojo) View List ›
After big openings across the globe, the new Bond finally opens on Friday. Here’s what the critics think. Do people really care if he still says “Bond, James Bond”? Mostly we just want to see Daniel Craig scowl, stare through things with his baby blues and hit things. Read More ›
The full trailer for the next Bond film has hit the web. This just looks fantastic. Watch Video ›
Bond is back, and he’s very, very angry. Quantum of Solace (weird name, right?) starts up right where Casion Royale left off, with James Bond hunting down the man responsible for his girlfriend’s death. The movie comes out Nov. 7. (Just days after the election! What a week!) Watch Video ›