Pinewood Studios dedicated one of its sound stages to the late Roger Moore in an emotional, star-studded ceremony yesterday.
As a boy of 11, I left Ireland for London on Aug. 12, 1964 — the same day Ian Fleming died. That weekend I saw “Goldfinger” with Sean Connery at the ABC Cinema on Putney High Street with my mother, May, and my stepfather, Bill. How could I know then that my life would be... Read more »
Roger Moore's James Bond movies were home to some of the most memorable spy gadgets in the franchise's proud (and occasionally not-so-good) history. Here are our picks for the top 10.
Roger Moore, who played 007 seven times, never had Sean Connery's gravitas — but with his sense of humor, he didn't need it. A remembrance from the author of "James Bond Unmasked."
Looking back at late actor Roger Moore's career touchstones, including his seven films as James Bond, two TV series, films with Liz Taylor and Spice Girls
Roger Moore addressed his legacy and paid tribute to Richard Kiel when we interviewed him back in 2014.
As of today, stats compiled by the Press Association find that he’s overtaken Pierce Brosnan, having been in the job for over 11 years – 4,147 days to be exact, since he was announced as the new Bond in October, 2005. Brosnan also made four movies, ‘GoldenEye’, ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’, ‘The World Is Not Enough’ and ‘Die Another Day’, over 4,146 days in the tux.
Roger Moore has said that Herve Villechaize, the diminutive henchman from Bond film ‘The Man With The Golden Gun’, was a ‘sex maniac’ with a ‘unnatural lust for women’. Villechaize played Nick Nack, sidekick of Christopher Lee’s villainous Scaramanga in the 1974 movie, which filmed across the Far East. During an ‘evening with’ event on London’s Southbank, Moore said that Villechaize slept with 35 women during the shoot, including several prostitutes.
Sir Roger Moore has said he could appear in another James Bond movie. Speaking to an audience at the Southbank Centre in London, Sir Roger, who is the longest serving actor to play the MI6 agent, denied he had received any offers. Sir Roger, 89, paid tribute to Daniel Craig and Sean Connery who he described as the best actors to have filled the tuxedo of the world's most celebrated spy.
Seven-time James Bond star Sir Roger Moore has put his weight behind ‘Poldark’ star Aidan Turner becoming the next 007. Speaking with Talk Radio earlier today, Moore was asked who he’d like to see take over from Daniel Craig as the super spy. “I don’t know, I really don’t know,” Moore told hold host Paul Ross before adding, “I think Aidan Turner looks very good.