No Time To Die, the next James Bond film, is finally coming to cinemas this month.
Scott Mitchell Rosenberg reveals how studio conflicts and box-office concerns torpedoed a 'Cowboys & Aliens' sequel on the film's 10th anniversary, and teases the franchise's potential return.
"I think what he loves about James Bond, and what everyone else does too, is the incredible, immersive escapism that the franchise provides," his daughter says.
As soon as the news was announced, there were instantly calls online for Amazon to put the much-delayed 'No Time To Die' onto Prime Video immediately.
His Red Nose Day sketch could feasibly end up being the last time 53-year-old actor ever plays Bond on screen.
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.
He 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.
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.
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'.
The Actors’ Benevolent Fund supports those unable to work due to illness, injury or old age or experiencing financial hardship.
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.