No Time To Die, the next James Bond film, is finally coming to cinemas this month.
James Norton has been a part of the 007 conversation for many years, after roles in 'War and Peace' and 'McMafia'.
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For Your Eyes Only, starring Roger Moore in his fifth outing as 007, celebrates its 40th anniversary this week, and it was breaking new ground for Ian Fleming's famous super spy.
"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.
Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson have scotched rumours of an early streaming release for Daniel Craig's final 007 film.
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.
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Sean Connery's younger brother starred in the 1967 James Bond spoof Operation Kid Brother.
Former Bond girl Dame Diana Rigg passed away in September after a distinguished career on the big and small screens.
Three posters for the original Star Wars trilogy will also go under the hammer with a guide price of between £2,000 and £3,000.
His Red Nose Day sketch could feasibly end up being the last time 53-year-old actor ever plays Bond on screen.
His wife Tessie Sinahon confirmed the star had died in a post on Facebook, calling him 'a real hero' and a 'decent human being'.
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.
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"The whole Bond thing has lasted because of what Sean Connery laid down. The all-time greatest Bond was obviously him."
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.