The Wardrobe of Bond – Part 2

by Sheila James Every girl is crazy about sharp dressed men and Bond actors are no exception.  In part 2 of The Wardrobe of Bond, here are my thoughts on Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan, and Daniel Craig.   Timothy Dalton’s style seems more casual in his films such as his all navy attire at the…

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The Wardrobe of Bond – Part 1

by Sheila James Nobody does it better or looks as great as James Bond. It is part of the Bond movie appeal to see well-dressed handsome men in this iconic role. I thought I would share thoughts on some of my favorite pieces of wardrobe. The first  three Bond actors display a classic look  that…

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The Future of Bond: Implications of a Deal with Apple or Amazon

The Future of Bond: Implications of a Deal with Apple or Amazon By Jack Lugo In an exclusive article published in the Hollywood Reporter, it has been revealed that both Amazon and Apple have emerged as potential suitors for Bond film distribution rights. Warner Bros. and Sony are still in the running with most insiders…

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Was James Bond Killed Off in A View to a Kill?

By Jack Lugo July 6th 2017 Like many other Bond fans around the world, the recent passing of Sir Roger Moore has made me want to go back revisit his Bond films.  As soon as they announced the double screening of The Spy Who Loved Me and For Your Eyes Only, I jumped at the…

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Reading Fleming: Live and Let Die

Editor’s Note: As a continuation of our Reading Fleming series, we have a review of Live and Let Die by Brandon Scott. Apologies to Brandon as he submitted this a long while back, but things got too busy for me to post this sooner.  If anyone cares to take on a review of Fleming’s Moonraker,…

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Bond Guests’ Return Mission to the Nene Valley Railway

09/202017 by Marc Hernandez Last week James Bond director John Glen, Production designer Peter Lamont and actresses Carole Ashby and Alison Worth returned to the Nene Valley Railway to help celebrate the railways 40th anniversary with many of the volunteers and staff who had helped out behind the scenes in 1982 during the filming of Octopussy…

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EASES THE TENSIONS-Molly Peters obituary

EASES THE TENSIONS Molly Peters obituary 15 March 1942 – 30 May 2017* by Ajay Chowdhury   In yet another week of sad departures, new came of the death of actress Molly Peters best known to Bond fans as Patricia Fearing in Thunderball (1965), the sexy nurse who is seduced by Sean Connery’s James Bond 007 in…

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Keeping the British End Up by Ajay Chowdhury

KEEPING THE BRITISH END UP Sir Roger Moore obituary by Ajay Chowdhury 05/30/2017 It is with great sadness that the global James Bond fan community has learned of the death of Sir Roger Moore at his home in Switzerland at the age of 89. Sir Roger will always be remembered as the most enduring actor…

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Sid Man Remembers Sir Roger Moore

5/25/2017 by Sid Man Our good friend Sid Man has submitted a special blog post about his memories of Sir Roger Moore. Sid Man has been fortunate enough to have appeared in both Skyfall and Spectre, but Sir Roger was the Bond actor he most admired while growing up.  I’ve been lucky enough to appear…

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The Legendary Sir Roger Moore Has Passed Away at Age 89

5/23/2017 By Jack Lugo It is with a great deal of sadness that we must report that legendary Bond actor Sir Roger Moore has passed away at age 89.  In a statement released by his children on his official Twitter page, it was revealed that the beloved icon succumbed to “a short but brave battle…

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