Daniel Craig Has Advice For The Next Bond Actor

Next Bond Actor

Before Daniel Craig even finishes his run as James Bond, fans are already asking, “Who’s going to play the character next?” We may see Craig in the role again after the upcoming Spectre, which comes out next month, but this guessing game isn’t going to end anytime soon. The actor isn’t done with the character yet, but he does have some wise advice for the next Bond actor. Learn what that advice is after the jump.

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Daniel Craig recently said he’d be happy to play Bond as long as he was “physically able,” but as the Spectre final trailer shows, playacting a globe-trotting super-spy takes quite the toll on a man’s body. The new promo brings the action, from boat chases and explosions to upside-down helicopters and good old-fashioned fistfights. Watch the final Spectre trailer after the jump. Read More »

Spectre action scenes

We saw some new Bond action from Spectre via a weird Heineken ad just a few days ago, but here’s a new look at the action in the film without the distracting beer commercial. This new Spectre action scenes video shows off some of the work that went into building the big sequences for Bond’s new film. As is the pleasant trend of late, the focus here is on practical effects rather than on digital work. Have a look at the footage below. Read More »

James Bond Heineken

There is a marked difference between the tough, squinting James Bond played by Daniel Craig and the urbane, quippy Bond incarnated by Roger Moore in seven films released between 1973 and 1985. The two get a little closer, however, in this long James Bond Heineken spot, which vaguely promotes the new film Spectre and definitely promotes the beer.

What you get in this 90-second spot is a boat-based chase scene built out of footage from Spectre with a bunch of ad-agency created footage of a woman whose waterskiing plans are derailed by Bond’s activities, turning her into a not-unwilling beer delivery service.

It’s goofy and cheesy. It’s also kind of fun thanks to the ingenuity of adding the commercial aspects to what I suppose are Spectre shots created for a very different purpose, and also because this is the closest we’re ever likely to see Daniel Craig getting to the winking, colorful Bond of years past.  Read More »

spectre TV spot

It may only be a bit of new footage, but the stuff that graces this new Spectre TV spot is a good taste of this fall’s new James Bond film, the 24th in the series. (Not counting the two “unauthorized” films, the 1967 Casino Royale and 1983’s Never Say Never Again.)

A brief TV spot like this might be the best way to get a look at the new movie, as this edit is a blast of action and intriguing looks at the characters, from Daniel Craig as Bond, to Naomie Harris as Moneypenny and the shadowy Christoph Waltz as the villain we all assume to be some version of Ernst Stavro Blofeld.

The film also features Lea Seydoux (seen on the banner image above), Monica Belucci, Dave Bautista, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Rory Kinnear and Andrew Scott. Have a look at the brisk new spot after the break. Read More »


Daniel Craig is contracted for one more Bond film after Spectre, but Sam Mendes won’t be returning with him. The director, who also helmed 2012’s Skyfall, says he’s done with the franchise after this year’s Spectre. Read the Sam Mendes last Bond film comments after the jump.  Read More »

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It’s been over two years since the last Bond adventure, and we still have a few more months to wait until the next one. So in the meantime, here’s a little peek behind the scenes of Spectre‘s opening sequence, set at a Day of the Dead festival in Mexico.

Director Sam Mendes and other break down the huge (but painstakingly detailed and impressively efficient) process of staging a massive celebration in Mexico City. Watch the Spectre Day of the Dead featurette after the jump.  Read More »

Spectre trailer

Here’s the first Spectre trailer! Daniel Craig returns to play James Bond a fourth time, and behind the camera is Sam Mendes, who returns as director after Skyfall. But most important may be the return of SPECTRE, the villainous organization which has menaced Bond in the past in the pages of Ian Fleming’s novels, and on the big screen.

There are hints of Bond’s personal past here, and the specific instance of this reveal is going to surprise you.

Update: We’ve also got some new images from the Spectre shoot in Mexico City, which is going on right now.

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‘Spectre’ Gets IMAX Release

Spectre James Bond 700

James Bond is a man who demands the very finest in life, so obviously he won’t settle for just a regular-sized theatrical run. No, he’ll be coming at us on the biggest screens in the world this fall, as Spectre gets an IMAX release. Get the details on the Spectre IMAX rollout after the jump.  Read More »