The On Her Majesty's Secret Service star is a big fan of Daniel Craig, but thinks producers should cast their net far and wide for his replacement.
Ralph Fiennes wants to keep on playing M in the James Bond franchise, even though No Time To Die will bring Daniel Craig’s tenure as 007 to an end.
With No Time To Die delayed once again, anticipation for Daniel Craig’s final 007 film has been pushed back to later this year.To keep Bond fans busy, we tasked acclaimed James Bond scholar and author Mark O’Connell to determine which of the official 24 007 films released to date is the best, according to those that know them the best.Read: The best James Bond films according to the expertsHe spoke to over 30 experts in the field – including authors who have written official 007 novels, academics, Bond actors, creatives who’ve worked on the films, and famous fans – and many submitted their top 5 lists by hands.See the full James Bond rankingHere are the top 5 of some of the biggest 007 fans in the world.
With No Time To Die delayed to late 2021, we polled the biggest – and most famous – James Bond fans to definitively decide which of previous 24 films is the best.Read: The best James Bond films according to the expertsWe spoke to actors and creatives, authors and scholars, famous fans and even a Bond villain to create a definitive ranking of the 007 films. It’s a story of two halves for the incumbent 007, with two Daniel Craig films ranked at the bottom, and his others in the top 10.See the Top 5 007 lists of the experts polledElsewhere, the 007 films of the late, great Sir Sean Connery, peak at number 5.
Daniel Craig might be leaving James Bond behind, but Ralph Fiennes isn't ready to give up his desk at MI6 just yet.
'No Time to Die' is seemingly set to mark Daniel Craig's farewell to a role he has played since 2006, but it hasn't been plain sailing at all.
No Time To Die is currently on track for UK release on 2 April, but reports suggest that it is set to be delayed once again.
Regé-Jean Page, the breakout star of hit Netflix period drama Bridgerton, has officially joined the James Bond rumour mill.
Regé-Jean Page is riding high after his role in the super-popular Netflix drama 'Bridgerton'.
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Soderbergh was in the frame to helm Bond, but couldn't agree on a way forward with Barbara Broccoli.
Martin Campbell has opened up about the James Bond blockbuster and its notorious poker scenes.
The British actor is keen to step into 007's iconic tuxedo, but he hasn't yet got the call from the James Bond team.
Daniel Craig's final James Bond adventure has now been pushed into 2021 as a result of coronavirus delays.
Bond’s initial genesis was as a post-war distraction for a rudderless writer looking to transplant his war-wise world into spiky pulp-fiction.
"It ties up all the storylines," says Bond producer Barbara Broccoli, "It’s a pretty epic film.”