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Breaking Down MGM’s Costly ‘No Time to Die’ Dilemma

In early October, with cases of COVID-19 rising in Europe, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer decided to pull the plug on its plans to release “No Time to Die” at Thanksgiving. The studio had made a similar decision last March as coronavirus first gripped the world, pushing the release of the 25th James Bond adventure back by eight months […]
Tags: News, James Bond, MGM, Goldwyn Mayer, Michael De Luca, No Time To Die, Europe Metro


At 172 Years Old, London’s Regent Street Cinema is Rallying to Survive: ‘We’re Independent. We Can Do This.’

The Regent Street Cinema is one of the U.K.’s most iconic cultural venues, but as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to put a strain on the hospitality and leisure sector, the 172-year-old movie theater is in a fight for its survival. “It is really volatile at the moment,” Sophie Doherty, Regent Street Cinema’s content and events […]
Tags: London, News, Global, James Bond, Sophie Doherty


Recently declassified documents there was an actual MI-6 agent in the 60s named James Bond

From The Wall Street Journal: In 1964, a British diplomat arrived in the capital [of Poland], then vanished, thwarting the minders ordered to shadow his every movement. He was next seen snooping around a military base along the border of the Soviet Union. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Poland, James Bond, MI6, Spies, Spycraft, Soviet Union Read, Secret Agents, Spies Among US


Zero Tolerance 0707 Feature-Packed EDC Blade – Review

Zero Tolerance 0707 U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)- It strikes me as a little funny that while most knife companies (or really, any manufacturer) name their products in addition to giving them SKUs, Zero Tolerance does not.  A catchy name is a good marketing tool, giving a memorable moniker to help a product stand out in a busy market.  I think that Zero Tolerance's proclivity towards numeric SKU's (such as today's 0707) gives them a little bit of a James Bond vibe.  Considering that ZT's market is ...
Tags: Usa, Guns, Oregon, Iraq, Afghanistan, Gear, James Bond, Edc, Zero Tolerance, Rex Nanorum, Rex Nanorum Rex Nanorum, EDC blade, Jens Rex Nanorum Hammer, Pocket Folder, Zero Tolerance 0707, Pocketclip


James Bond Odds: Betting On Daniel Craig’s Replacement Just Took A Weird Turn

Place your bets, folks. Some fresh James Bond odds are headed our way!
Tags: Religion, James Bond, Daniel Craig


Rami Malek Discusses No Time to Die Villain Safin

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Rami Malek Discusses No Time to Die Villain Safin As of this writing, James Bond’s latest feature, No Time to Die, is slated for April 2, 2021 — a full year removed from its original launch date — but that hasn’t stopped the cast and crew from dropping details to the fans. Case in point, in a recent interview with GQ, Rami Malek revealed some intriguing info about the villain Safin. RELATED: Daniel Craig Takes a Leap of Faith in New No Time to Die Clip ...
Tags: UK, Movies, US, James Bond, Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, MGM, Jeffrey Wright, Universal Pictures, Die, Rami Malek, Malek, Tanner, Safin, Billie Eilish, Fukunaga


Sam Gagner On His Friend Joey Moss

from Sam Gagner at The Players' Triune, Joey Moss was the greatest person I have ever met. And while I’m not sure if what I’m about to write will do his legacy justice, I feel as though I have to try. After all, trying was exactly what Joey was about. Ask anyone who has been around that dressing room in Edmonton, or heard him sing the Canadian or U.S. national anthems, or seen him dance to “La Bamba.” He was as passionate as they come. I have countless stories and so many fond...
Tags: Sport, James Bond, Edmonton, Joey, Sam Gagner, La Bamba, Joey Moss, Andrew Cogliano Tom Gilbert


The Nerd's Watch: The Best Sci-Fi and Fantasy Streaming in November

Viewers are turning to streaming entertainment more than ever thanks to the global pandemic, and the plethora of services can serve as a much-needed escape. At the start of each month, most streamers do a little shuffle, adding new movies and taking some away, and io9 is here to help with your decision making.Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Fantasy, Netflix, James Bond, Streaming, Sci Fi, Hulu, Amazon Studios, The Nerds Watch, Disney Plus, Watch It Nerds, The Lego Star Wars Holiday Special


MGM reportedly asked Netflix and Apple for $600 million to bring James Bond film 'No Time To Die' straight to streaming

Daniel Craig as James Bond in "No Time to Die." MGM MGM held discussions with Netflix and Apple about releasing "No Time To Die" directly on their streaming platforms, sources told Bloomberg. MGM wanted around $600 million for the upcoming James Bond installment, but the streaming giants only wanted to pay half this price, Deadline reported. MGM has pushed back the release to April 2021 "to preserve the theatrical experience for moviegoers," it told Bloomberg. Visit Business Insider's home...
Tags: Apple, Entertainment, Disney, Trends, Bloomberg, Film Industry, Netflix, Movie, Cinema, James Bond, Daniel Craig, Barbara Broccoli, MGM, Forbes, Movie Theater, Eon Productions


007 Odds: Tom Hardy And A List Of Actors You Can Bet On To Be The Next James Bond

Check out where the smart money is supposedly going.
Tags: Religion, James Bond, Tom Hardy


No Time To Die’s Rami Malek Reveals How His Character Safin Affected Him ‘Psychologically’

The next James Bond villain took quite the mental toll on the man who plays him.
Tags: Religion, James Bond, Rami Malek, Safin


James Bond Film 'No Time To Die' Explored $600 Million Sale To Streaming Services

Apple, Netflix and other streaming services explored the possibility of acquiring "No Time to Die," the upcoming James Bond movie that was originally slated to debut last April. From a report: The film's release has been postponed multiple times, with the Daniel Craig vehicle moving back to November before being pushed into 2021 as the number of coronavirus cases kept growing. MGM, the studio behind the film, reportedly lost between $30 million to $50 million due to the delays, insiders said. Bl...
Tags: Hollywood, America, Tech, Bloomberg, Sony, James Bond, Daniel Craig, Bond, Paramount, MGM, Apple Netflix, Kevin Ulrich, Anchorage Capital Group


‘No Time to Die’ Won’t Go Straight to Streaming, But Conversations With Netflix and Apple Did Happen

No Time to Die may be the one major studio film hardest hit by coronavirus (COVID-19) delays. The latest James Bond flick was set to open in theaters right on the cusp of the March COVID-19 lockdowns, with MGM making the decision to delay the film to November 2020. Then the pandemic wore on, and delays and straight-t0-streaming releases became the norm. No Time to Die was delayed once again to an April 2021 theatrical release. But before it was pushed back, MGM had seriously considered releasin...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Movies, America, Netflix, Sequels, Sony, James-Bond, Heineken, Paramount, MGM, Universal Pictures, Die, Variety, McDonald, Action/Adventure


‘Creed 3’ Could Mark the Directorial Debut of Franchise Star Michael B. Jordan

The Rocky franchise starring Sylvester Stallone was resurrected with Creed, focusing on a new main character in the form of Michael B. Jordan as Adonis Johnson, son of the late, great Apollo Creed, a longtime friend and boxing opponent of Rocky Balboa. Not only did it rejuvenate the franchise, bit it created a new legacy by passing the torch and feeling like something familiar and fresh at the same time. Now Creed is following in the footsteps of Rocky by become a full on franchise. Creed II ga...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, Sports, Sequels, James Bond, Jordan, Sylvester-Stallone, Creed, Ryan Coogler, MGM, Michael B Jordan, Rocky, Winkler, Fruitvale Station, Adonis Johnson


Report: No Time to Die Almost Went Streaming Only

The latest James Bond film, No Time to Die, has been hit hard by the myriad delays and theater closures caused by covid-19. It was hit so hard that MGM reportedly considered finding alternate means of distribution altogether. Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Netflix, James Bond, MGM, No Time To Die


No Time to Die still coming to cinemas despite reports of talks with streaming services

The latest James Bond movie is 'not for sale.'
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Don’t Hold Your Breath Waiting To See 007 Film ‘No Time To Die’ On Streamer As Cursory Talks Died Quickly

After the theatrical release of No Time To Die got pushed for the fourth time, will the makers of the James Bond film give up on waiting...
Tags: James Bond


Looks Like James Bond’s No Time To Die Almost Went To A Streaming Service After All

It sounds like there have been a lot of big discussions about what to do with No Time To Die.
Tags: Religion, James Bond


Report: MGM considered moving James Bond to streaming but Apple/Netflix balked at $600m price tag

Many publications have reported in the last 48 hours that MGM was looking to sell the newest James Bond film, No Time To Die, to a...
Tags: James Bond, MGM, Apple Netflix


James Bond Film ‘No Time to Die’ Explored $600 Million Sale to Streaming Services

Apple, Netflix and other streaming services explored the possibility of acquiring “No Time to Die,” the upcoming James Bond movie that was originally slated to debut last April. The film’s release has been postponed multiple times, with the Daniel Craig vehicle moving back to November before being pushed into 2021 as the number of coronavirus […]
Tags: News, James Bond, Daniel Craig, Apple Netflix, No Time To Die


Should James Bond’s No Time To Die Skip Theaters And Sell To A Streaming Service?

This is a big damned rumor, so keep your salt handy folks.
Tags: Religion, James Bond


Apple May Be Seeking to Acquire Bond Film 'No Time to Die' for Apple TV+

Film critic and screenwriter Drew McWeeny has postulated on Twitter that Apple is seeking to acquire the rights to upcoming James Bond film "No Time to Die" for its video streaming service, Apple TV+. McWeeny, who has clear industry connections, suggested that ‌Apple TV‌+ and Netflix are the frontrunners to possibly stream the new film, speculating that the bids involved are for significant amounts of money. I can't get my head around the idea that we may well see James Bond debut on ‌A...
Tags: Apple, Apple TV, Netflix, James Bond, Daniel Craig, MGM, Drew McWeeny, Netflix Apple, Apple TV Plus, Apple TV McWeeny


Man who stalked Bond star Naomie Harris gets suspended sentence

Ii Ovisyonairo Ii also handed a restraining order and required to undergo treatmentA man who stalked the James Bond star Naomie Harris has been freed after being handed a suspended sentence, given a restraining order and required to undertake treatment.Ii Ovisyonairo Ii, from Canterbury, tracked Harris down to her north London home, leaving her “absolutely petrified”, after first making contact with the actor’s mother. Continue reading...
Tags: London, Crime, UK News, James Bond, Canterbury, Bond, Naomie Harris, HARRIS, Ii Ovisyonairo Ii


No Time To Die: 8 Quick Things We Know About Daniel Craig's Last Outing As James Bond

Some solid facts for a still mysterious movie.
Tags: Religion, James Bond, Daniel Craig


‘No Time to Die’ Motorcycle Stunt Sprayed Street with 8,400 Gallons of Coca-Cola, Presumably Shaken, Not Stirred

Even though Tom Cruise and the Mission: Impossible franchise have become known for their death-defying practical stunts, Daniel Craig and the James Bond franchise have staged their fair share of cinematic mayhem. In fact, one particular No Time to Die stunt during the film’s production in Matera, Italy required a city street to be sprayed with 8,400 gallons of Coca-Cola, and it’s not even an egregious piece of production placement where James Bond crashes into a Coca-Cola truck. Total Film Ma...
Tags: Movies, Coca Cola, Sequels, James-Bond, Daniel-Craig, Universal, Casino Royale, Tom Cruise, MGM, Matera, Morrison, Indiewire, Matera Italy, Action/Adventure, Lee Morrison, Will Coca Cola


James Bond Stoicism

One of the things that makes the James Bond books better than the James Bond films , is that while the latter mostly represent not-too-deep action-driven entertainment, the former are peppered with philosophical asides. Ian Fleming’s 007 has arguments with his nemeses on the nature of power and autonomy and discussions with colleagues as to how one can know if they’re really on the right side of things. Bond himself lives with a certain personal philosophy, one that mixes different elemen...
Tags: Books, Life, Russia, Travel & leisure, James Bond, Ian Fleming, Philosophy, Stoicism, Jamaica, Bond, Caribbean, Nassau, Fleming, Sea Island, Clausewitz, A Man's Life


The Best Movies Leaving Hulu in November 2020

One and a half months. That’s how long you have to watch these movies before they vanish from Hulu – possibly forever. Will these cinematic classics ever return to that specific streaming service? Who can say? Streaming rights are nebulous things. So it’s probably for the best to carve out some time and watch these before you have to fire up a different streaming service – or, worse, re-activate your Netflix by mail DVD plan – in order to see them. Here are the best movies leaving Hulu in Novem...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Netflix, United States, Clint Eastwood, James Bond, Daniel Craig, Goldfinger, Skyfall, Hulu, Wesley Snipes, Sam Raimi, Raimi, Sam Jackson, Martin Campbell, Absolute Power


How ‘Lupin III: The First’ Director Takashi Yamazaki Brought a Japanese Anime Icon into 3D [Interview]

Lupin the Third is a cultural institution in Japan, but you’d be hard pressed to find many American audiences who know it, apart from anime die-hards and maybe those who have dived deep into the filmography of Hayao Miyazaki. But the name can strike fear into the hearts of (fictional) police and affection in the hearts of many Japanese audiences, who have grown up with the long-running heist franchise centering around a charismatic master thief. Created by Monkey Punch in 1967, Arsène Lupin III...
Tags: Japan, Hollywood, Movies, Interviews, Digital, America, Features, Takashi Yamazaki, James Bond, Anime, Castle, Indiana Jones, Spielberg, Miyazaki, Steven Spielberg, Hayao Miyazaki