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For all of you Bond buffs out there, it’s almost impossible to overlook some of these classic tropes that give Mr. Bond his mark. With the next chapter of Bond in No Time To Die set to hit Regal theatres on April 10th, let’s take a look at some of our favorite, classic Bond movie tropes.
Six actors have portrayed the iconic secret agent across 24 movies spanning over 50 years, but which is the greatest Bond movie of all time? We’ve created The Ultimate Bond Movie Bracket to answer this question once and for all. Cast your votes in the opening round matchups.
We received brand new TV spots for some of this year's most anticipated movies during Super Bowl LIV, including No Time to Die, Top Gun: Maverick, Black Widow, and Mulan. To ensure you don't miss a frame, we've rounded up all the new footage for your viewing pleasure.
With the awards season upon us, we wanted to pay homage to the titles that reminded us that movies are one of the greatest forms of art. From the reimagined take on a whodunnit movie to the return of Quentin Tarantino, here are just some of the most memorable movies from 2019.
After months of speculation, No Time To Die's trailer has now been released, and aside from the usual high-octane action, death-defying stunts and stylish fast cars, it seems that Daniel Craig is set for more dramatic revelations that echo throughout the actor's series of 007 movies. Here are all the details from the first No Time To Die trailer.
When it comes to gadgets, Bond always seems to have what he needs. This ranges from the ridiculous (a submarine shaped like a crocodile) to the painfully boring and practical (radio). A lot of those quirky machines and life-saving gadgets have crept into everyday life and you barely even noticed.
Rian Johnson's Knives Out is the perfect movie for Thanksgiving. Not only does it offer a great escape from your real family, but it satirizes everyone else's outstanding performance from its cast. Johnson has assembled one of the best casts, if not the best, of the whole year.
In the mysterious crime-drama Knives Out, described by Johnson as “an original, modern day American whodunnit,” esteemed English actor Daniel Craig stars as the inquisitive and debonair Detective Benoit Blanc who is mysteriously enlisted to investigate the death of renowned crime novelist Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer) at Thrombey’s estate shortly after his 85th birthday.
With the announcement of No Time To Die, the latest installment of the iconic James Bond franchise set to premiere in the spring of 2020, the internet has been stirring with the recent news of the alleged takeover of the 007 title. One of the biggest rumors surrounding the new title is that actor Lashana Lynch (Captain Marvel, 2019) will be taking up the mantle as the newest 007 agent.
2020 is just around the corner, and with it comes a bounty of movies that many of us have been salivating over since the first rumors of their release. We are happy to report that next year will pay off for those who have been patiently waiting for these titles to hit Regal theatres.
James Bond 25's title has been officially revealed as No Time To Die, which offers up some clues and reveals about the film's story. Bond 25, which was previously going under the title Shatterhand, is scheduled for release next year, and will see Daniel Craig reprising his role as James Bond for the final time.
Directed by Rian Johnson (Star Wars: The Last Jedi), who has stepped away from the new Star Wars trilogy he’s developing, Knives Out came together last year and quickly attracted the attention of some of the biggest names in the industry, rendering a profoundly star-studded cast ranging from Hollywood veteran Christopher Plummer to up-and-coming actors such as Jaeden Martell (IT, IT Chapter Two). The remaining ensemble is comprised of movie icons Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Jamie Lee Curtis, Toni Collette, and many more.