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Shaken, Not Stirred: Daniel Craig’s Bond Films Ranked

No Time to Die marks the end of Daniel Craig’s astonishing run as James Bond, which is absolutely wild. Consider this, Craig is now the longest-running James Bond out of the actors who have played the famed superspy over the years. Craig’s 15-year stretch (2006-2021) outdoes Roger Moore’s previous 12-year record (1973-1985), unless you count Never Say Never Again as canon, in which case Sean Connery wins by a landslide with 21 years (1962-1983), but ranks behind Connery and Moore in terms of fil...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Action, James Bond, Judi Dench, Secret Service, Sam Mendes, Daniel Craig, Road, Cuba, Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Skyfall, Bond, Roger Moore, Craig


Eternals' Gender-Swapped Characters Is Partly What Drew Chloé Zhao To The Project

Sometimes, all you need is a woman's touch — in the form of a smart director and a gender-swapped lead, that is. Yesterday, director Chloé Zhao and the cast of her upcoming Marvel film "Eternals" sat down alongside Marvel studio president and producer Kevin Feige for a virtual press conference following the film's Los Angeles premiere one day prior. According to /Film's correspondent on the ground, Hoai-Tran Bui, the "Nomadland" director opened up during the chat about the decision to make Salma...
Tags: Movies, Salma Hayek, News, America, Los Angeles, William Blake, Ryan Coogler, Marvel Studios, Jack Kirby, Kit Harington, Richard Madden, Kevin, Moore, Zhao, Kevin Feige, Chloe


The 16 Best '80s Action Movies Ranked

"There is no such thing as an action movie," says Steven E. de Souza, writer of more than one film venerated below, "'Action movie' is a term that was invented in the '80s." He's not wrong. Before the MTV age, action was diversified. Swashbucklers. Westerns. War epics. Crime thrillers. Fists of fury. All the way back to Buster Keaton, audiences thrilled at feats of derring-do, but action was just another tool in filmmakers' boxes.1982's "First Blood," the cinematic debut of John Rambo, contains ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Star Wars, Bruce Springsteen, Movies, California, Alyssa Milano, Reagan, United States, Mtv, Xerox, Cameron, James Bond, Mpaa, Jesus, Akira Kurosawa, Arnold Schwarzenegger


13 Movies Like The Wolf Of Wall Street That Are Definitely Worth Watching

"The Wolf of Wall Street" is one of the best films of the 21st century. Martin Scorsese has never lost his touch, but his biographical dark comedy quickly ranked among his finest work. Scorsese is no stranger to long runtimes, but crafting a three-hour black comedy that's consistently engaging is an amazing achievement.Scorsese set the all-time record for the most swearing in a film, and the movie's excessive sex, drugs, and general debauchery courted controversy throughout its release. Some Aca...
Tags: New York, London, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Wall Street, New York City, America, Fbi, Afghanistan, David, Croc, Bud, Oliver Stone, Leonardo Dicaprio, Steven Soderbergh, Josh Brolin


Marvel Producer Explains Which Current Avengers Could Take Down The Eternals

Long before Hulk smashed buildings and Thor wielded a magical hammer, the Eternals arrived on Earth as humanity's first superheroes. In less than a month, we'll not only get a glimpse at their origins but all they've done for the planet with their great and ancient power. So with that revelation looming on the horizon, the people need to know: who among them is the most powerful?It's hard to get any straight answers about what the Eternals are actually capable of — the comics give us quite a few...
Tags: Movies, News, America, Earth, Iron Man, Angelina Jolie, Thor, Thanos, Wanda, Marvel Studios, Captain America, Carol, Brie Larson, Moore, Carol Danvers, Kevin Feige


Marvel Never Asked Richard Madden To Go Blond (Or Change His Accent)

Marvel never asked actor Richard Madden to dye his hair blond or change his accent for his role in Eternals. Madden plays Ikaris, who has traditionally had blonde hair in his comic-book incarnation. Created by Jack Kirby in 1976, Ikaris is an Eternal, created by the Celestials thousands of years ago, gifted with superhuman abilities that are meant to protect and guide humanity. Ikaris' earliest appearance shows him with longish blonde locks and he is fitted with a blue-and-red costume with thre...
Tags: Hbo, Entertainment, America, Tech, Thor, Jon Snow, Jack Kirby, Kit Harington, Richard Madden, Moore, Madden, Robb Stark, Nate Moore, Shang Chi, Barry Keoghan, Chloe Zhao


Superhero Bits: Avengers 5 Plans, Marvel's Guardians Of The Galaxy Launch Trailer & More

(Superhero Bits is a collection of stories, updates, and videos about anything and everything inspired by the comics of Marvel, DC, and more. For comic book movies, TV shows, merchandise, events, and whatever catches our eye, this is the place to find anything that falls through the cracks.)In this edition of Superhero Bits:"Young Justice: Phantoms" gets a poster."Avengers 5" plans (or lack thereof) discussed."Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy" gets a launch trailer."Master of the Universe" gets ...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, News, Netflix, Smith, Hulu, Avengers, Marvel Studios, Cool Stuff, Kevin Smith, Moore, Claremont, Comicbook, Nate Moore, Chris Claremont


Angelina Jolie's Eternals Character Has A Tragic Superhero Weakness

Marvel's "Eternals" is weeks away from arriving in theaters, which means we're finally getting some details about Earth's first superheroes. Though this group of immortal protectors have apparently walked the Earth for over 7,000 years, their introduction comes four phases into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as the planet faces the kind of threat that they cannot ignore. But before dealing with the mysterious "emergence," they'll have to get the band back together and round up the scattered memb...
Tags: Movies, News, Australia, Earth, Angelina Jolie, Jolie, Moore, Athena, Gilgamesh, Nate Moore, KRO, Thena, Thena Angelina Jolie, Moore Thena, Mahd Wy


10 Things You Didn't Know About John Constantine

John Constantine has been everywhere. Keanu Reeves played him on the big screen in 2005, after starring as Neo in "The Matrix" in 1999, but before "John Wick" in 2014. He co-starred with Bruce Wayne's censored genitals in the three-issue "Batman: Damned" miniseries, and with the Joker's disembodied head in 2020's "Batman: Last Knight on Earth" graphic novel. He appeared as an Allied spy who gets transformed into the magician Zatanna's rabbit in issues of "DC Comics Bombshells" and "Bombshells Un...
Tags: Hbo, England, London, Television, Movies, Nbc, Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Rome, Chicago, Netflix, Pandora, Liverpool, Psa, Justice League, Harley Quinn


Netflix has suspended 3 employees but says it wasn't for criticism of its Dave Chappelle special

Chappelle in "The Closer." Netflix Netflix has suspended three employees for crashing an executive meeting, The Verge and Variety reported. One of the staffers was Terra Field, who criticized Dave Chappelle's new Netflix special on Twitter last week. In the special, called "The Closer," Chappelle makes transphobic comments. Netflix has suspended three employees for attending an executive meeting they were not invited to, including a trans staffer who recently criticized the company'...
Tags: Media, Entertainment, Trends, Netflix, Harry Potter, Streaming, Jk Rowling, Ted Sarandos, Dave Chappelle, Variety, Moore, Chappelle, Netflix Netflix, Sarandos, Travis Clark, Jaclyn Moore


Why Casino Royale Is The Best James Bond Movie

The twenty-fifth canonical James Bond adventure, "No Time to Die," brings an end to the Daniel Craig era of Bond, which has had its ups and downs, like any other era. At its best, the Craig movies have excelled at wringing character drama out of the long-running action franchise. It all started with "Casino Royale" in 2006.15 years and five movies later, "Casino Royale" remains an unequivocal franchise high. It added just the right dash of physicality and vulnerability to the Bond character, sho...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, Russia, Matt Damon, Shanghai, James Bond, Ian Fleming, Judi Dench, Miami, Daniel Craig, Venice, Goldfinger, Casino Royale, Skyfall, Bahamas


Every James Bond Movie Ranked From Worst To Best

There is nothing else quite like the James Bond series. These aren't just action movies -- they're a tour of nearly 60 years of pop culture history, offering a glimpse into the trends and styles of any given era. Our tour guide on this journey is Agent 007, the avatar of cool, the guy who chases trends and makes them. To binge the James Bond movies in this day and age is to understand what audiences wanted out of an action hero over the decades. And sometimes, what producers thought audiences wa...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, Robert Downey Jr, Russia, Christopher Lee, Clint Eastwood, James Bond, Ian Fleming, Madonna, Tokyo, Judi Dench, Silicon Valley, Grace Jones, Sam Mendes, Daniel Craig


Who Is Aquaman 2's New Shark Villain: Karshon Powers & Origin Explained

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom will introduce the deadly apex predator Karshon (The Shark) to the DC Extended Universe. For many fans, this will be their first time experiencing the lesser-known Silver and Bronze Age villain. However, Karshon isn't the only interesting character set to appear in the film.The titular hero Aquaman (Jason Momoa) will be back in addition to the returning Mera (Amber Heard), Black Manta (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II), King Orm (Patrick Wilson), and King Nereus (Dolph Lundgre...
Tags: Entertainment, Dc Comics, Tech, Shark, Suicide Squad, Justice League, Warner Bros, Aquaman, Jason Momoa, Fin, Green Lantern, Moore, Tom Taylor, Damon Cardasis, Indya Moore, Black Manta


Daniel Craig Trades His License To Kill For A Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame

It's been a full decade and a half since Daniel Craig first earned his 007 status as James Bond in "Casino Royale." Craig is retiring from the role this year with his final Bond outing in "No Time to Die." And, as you might expect from a snappy dresser in three-piece Tom Ford suits, it looks like the man is going out in style.Craig will receive his own illustrious star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in a ceremony on October 6, 2021. This news comes our way via Variety, which reports that Craig "w...
Tags: Movies, News, James Bond, Ian Fleming, Sam Mendes, Daniel Craig, Road, Barbara Broccoli, Casino Royale, Hollywood Walk Of Fame, Bond, Tom Ford, Rian Johnson, Craig, Walk Of Fame, Sean Connery


All Of Matthew Vaughn's Films Ranked Worst To Best

Although his directorial credits are somewhat limited, British filmmaker Matthew Vaughn has forged an innovative style that fuses sharp humor with memorable characters, shocking darkness, and genuine sincerity. While he frequently works with established franchises and adapts previously existing properties, Vaughn makes his stories feel original, and his confidence behind the camera has made him one of the most prominent voices of his generation.Vaughn is brilliant in the way he approaches famili...
Tags: England, London, Jennifer Lawrence, Movies, Julianne Moore, United States, James Bond, Secret Service, Daniel Craig, Victoria, Patrick Stewart, Tom Hardy, Ian Mckellen, Samuel L Jackson, Nicolas Cage, Chloe Grace Moretz


Which James Bond Ran Up The Biggest Bar Tab?

The James Bond franchise has been a staple of cinema for roughly six decades now. And even as Daniel Craig says goodbye to the role with "No Time to Die," the iconic MI6 spy is poised to be a part of cinema's future as well. More cool gadgets. More expensive cars. And, of course, more booze. Yes, for as much as Bond is known for his adventures, he's also known as quite the boozehound. That asks a question: which Bond rang up the biggest bar tab? Luckily, we have some answers.The folks at Ocean F...
Tags: Movies, James Bond, Queen, Secret Service, Daniel Craig, Bonds, Casino Royale, Skyfall, Bond, Roger Moore, Craig, Sean Connery, Moore, Pierce Brosnan, TIMOTHY DALTON, George Lazenby


No Time To Die Review: Daniel Craig's Swan Song Gives Bond A Definitive, Divisive Ending

Alan Moore once penned a great introduction to Frank Miller's 1986 masterwork "The Dark Knight Returns," a story that itself might be the Rosetta Stone to our current cultural fascination with crafting finales for our previously eternal heroes. In that intro, Moore cites the importance of "that element without which all true legends are incomplete and yet which for some reason hardly seems to exist in the world depicted in the average comic book, and that element is time." As Daniel Craig's run ...
Tags: Reviews, London, Movies, Alan Moore, Robin Hood, James Bond, Ian Fleming, Daniel Craig, Jamaica, Cia, Cuba, Skyfall, Bond, Tom Ford, Craig, Blofeld


Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom Expands Cast And Adds Mysterious New Character Stingray

"Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom," the sequel to the official, unquestionable best DCEU movie "Aquaman," has expanded its cast – and revealed a new character created specifically for the film. Randall Park, who briefly appeared in the first movie, has been confirmed to return. Meanwhile, new additions include Jani Zhao, Indya Moore, and Vincent Regan. Zhao's part is the character created specifically for the movie – someone named Stingray. We don't know if Stingray is friend or foe just yet, but th...
Tags: Movies, News, Stingray, Jason Momoa, Moore, Regan, Shin, Randall Park, Patrick Wilson, James Wan, Mera, Arthur Curry, Yahya Abdul Mateen II, Black Manta, Atlan, Stephen Shin


Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom Adds Randall Park, Jani Zhao & More

Coming off from his well-received return as Agent Jimmy Woo in the acclaimed Marvel Cinematic Universe series WandaVision, it looks like Randall Park is ready to jump into another superhero universe in the form of James Wan’s Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Park has signed on to reprise his role as Dr. Stephen Shin in Warner Bros. Pictures’ upcoming DC sequel. Dr. Shin first appeared in the 2018 film, where fans had last seen him rescuing Black Manta during ...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, Park, Nicole Kidman, Dc, Jason Momoa, Comic Book, Manta, Moore, Hollywood Reporter, Regan, Warner Bros. Pictures, Shin, Zhao, Randall Park


The Search For The Next James Bond Begins Next Year, 007 Producer Says

"Don't put off until tomorrow what you can do today" is generally good advice, but an exception can understandably be made when it comes to figuring out the next steps of the "James Bond" franchise. Although he hasn't starred in the most 007 films (that would be a tie between Sean Connery and Roger Moore, though Moore gets the edge in "canonical" films), Daniel Craig will end up as the longest tenured Bond actor in the decades-old franchise when "No Time to Die" finally releases in theaters and ...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, News, James Bond, Daniel Craig, Barbara Broccoli, Bond, Roger Moore, Craig, Sean Connery, Wilson, Don, Daniel, Moore, BBC Radio, Broccoli


Dear Evan Hansen Review: A Misguided Adaptation Of A Messy Musical

The most appropriate word to describe "Dear Evan Hansen," the film adaptation of the Broadway musical of the same name, is "misguided." On paper, it would seem as though "Dear Evan Hansen" knocks off all the right boxes on the checklist. For an adaptation of a Tony-winning musical, it's got an impressive cast and crew, including the director of the well-liked teen drama "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," A-list performers like Amy Adams and Julianne Moore, and even the award-winning actor who or...
Tags: Reviews, Facebook, Movies, Zach Braff, Julianne Moore, Connor, Amy Adams, Jared, Adams, Don, Murphy, Platt, Tony, Moore, Evan, Garden State


The 15 Best Superman Comics You Need To Read

Like the utopian Federation of "Star Trek," Superman is an aspirational character. He's a fantasy that began in 1938, when two second-generation Jewish immigrants, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, debuted Superman in the pages of "Action Comics" #1. Audiences quickly latched on to the hero, who despite all of his fantastic powers was still kind, understanding, and heroic. Sure, the myth of Superman is a dream -- but fiction should sometimes dream a little.Despite starring in numerous movies and TV ...
Tags: Movies, Alan Moore, Superman, Dc Comics, America, Earth, Kkk, Metropolis, Kansas, Justice League, Cia, Gotham City, Batman, Dc, Man Of Steel, Cw


Jane Powell dies at 92; tiny actress brought big singing voice to movie musicals

By Carmel Dagan | Variety LOS ANGELES — Jane Powell, who starred as an angelically visaged young actress in a number of MGM musicals including “Royal Wedding” and “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” during the 1940s and ’50s, has died of natural causes. She was 92. Powell, from left, Fred Astaire and Greer Garson pose for a photo in Los Angeles in 1953. The blonde, blue-eyed Powell usually played characters with a gentle mischievous streak in her musical comedies, but she would shatter the lig...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, London, Movies, News, Mexico, Oregon, Hedy Lamarr, Los Angeles, Sport, Debbie Reynolds, Things To Do, Soccer, Obituaries, Paris, Stephen Sondheim


Robert Redford's 15 Best Movies Ranked

Robert Redford, actor, director and co-founder of the Sundance Film Festival, is a living screen legend who has had an incredible 50-year movie career, lasting from his breakout role in "Barefoot in the Park" (1967) through what is said to be his final movie before retiring, "The Old Man and the Gun" (2018). Redford was the biggest star of the '70s, which is when he had most of his best acting roles, before making his directorial debut in 1980. Redford often brought his political beliefs into hi...
Tags: Post, Movies, Washington Post, Montana, Nsa, US, America, Chicago, Tom Waits, United States, Wyoming, Queens, Donald Sutherland, Hobbs, Jesus, Brad Pitt


The 10 Apple TV+ Movies That Justify A Subscription

Now that we've accepted that we're all going to drown in an endless sea of streaming options, apps, and a whole lot of plus signs, it's time to enjoy our fate and just keep swimming. Apple TV+ has made a name for itself with popular shows like "Ted Lasso" and "Central Park," but the streaming service's original movie selection is nothing to scoff at. For just $4.99 a month, there's plenty to get your money's worth. In no particular order, here are 10 Apple TV+ movies that justify a subscription....
Tags: Apple, Texas, Movies, New York City, Apple TV, Netflix, Ireland, Bill Murray, Charles, Bryce Dallas Howard, Henry Rollins, Ruby, Naacp, Deaf, Charlie Brown, Samuel L Jackson


Film clip for 9/11.

  Don't be put off by the larger context here. I've clipped a section that is entirely the reaction of human beings on the street in New York City on that day.  You can scroll out of my start and stop points and watch the entire movie. Moore has made it available free on YouTube. I have never watched the movie, but, with 20 years distance, I am considering watching it today. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Movies, Law, New York City, 9/11, Michael Moore, Moore, Ann Althouse


PlayStation 5 Pro Rumored

A rumor has suggested that the PlayStation 5, a console that is already pricey and still difficult to obtain through normal means, is set to receive a Pro version sometime in either 2023 or 2024, the date insisted that the chip shortages hobbling console manufacturing will end. In his video, Moore’s Law is Dead discusses […]
Tags: Business, Games, Playstation, Sony, Rumors, Anime, Moore


Actors Who Died In 2021

Every year seems worse than the last when it comes to the number of bright lives that we've lost. In the end, death makes us all equals. But the work actors do, telling stories that inspire us, helps them to live on in our memories longer than most. We may not know these people personally, they become a part of us. We let them into our living rooms, and let them tell us about the parts of our world -- or, sometimes, a make-believe one ---that we may not get to see for ourselves.The entertainment...
Tags: Post, Japan, Hbo, London, Television, Viola Davis, Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Abc, Navy, Robin Williams, New York City, Neil Gaiman, America, Barack Obama, Spain


Vampire Academy: Peacock Sets Main Cast for Teen Supernatural Series

It has been over three months since Peacock granted a series order to Julie Plec’s Vampire Academy, and now the streamer has finally unveiled the main cast for the upcoming teen supernatural drama. After appearing as Mileena in Warner Bros. Pictures’ Mortal Kombat reboot, Sisi Stringer has been tapped to lead the project for the role of Rose Hathaway, the vampire-human hybrid who’s training to become a guardian at St. Vladimir’s Academy. Joining her is Daniela Nieves (Sex Appeal), who has also b...
Tags: TV, Movies, Drama, Sci-fi, Netflix, Kaiser, TV News, Streaming, Mia, Meredith, Cw, Vampire Academy, Rose, Julie Plec, Moore, Mason


The 15 Best James Bond Cars Ranked

Corgi produced the first toy James Bond car, an Aston Martin DB5 complete with ejector seat and retractable machine guns, in October 1965. "Goldfinger" had premiered over a year prior. The paint job wasn't even accurate -- gold instead of silver, which made it look unfinished. As soon as it reached shelves, the diecast Aston became the first must-have Christmas toy.Like his famously debonair creation, Ian Fleming cultivated a taste for the finer things in life. That extended to his garage, too; ...
Tags: Japan, Hollywood, Movies, Amc, Ford Mustang, Avis, James Bond, Ian Fleming, Secret Service, Toyota, Sam Mendes, Daniel Craig, Jamaica, Las Vegas, Nevada, Bmw



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