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Description:James Bond 007 news site with Skyfall film coverage, discussion forums, podcast and in-depth reports on everything related to Ian Fleming's James Bond, 007 - movies, books, games, fan events, music and more.
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Comics / Comics / Dynamite
Contemporary, fun and familiar 鈥 Bond returns to the comics
漏 Dynamite Entertainment
ALTHOUGH widely popular courtesy of his big screen exploits, James Bond has his origins in the literary world. The character debuted in 1953鈥檚 Casino Royale, where author Ian Fleming first introduced his cold-hearted assassin with a penchant for fast cars, women, liquor and good food.
Although Bond is no stranger to comics, he has been absent from the format for quite some time. Dynamite Entertainment has broken this drought by publishing monthly James Bond comics as part of a ten-year licensing deal with Ian Fleming Publications. So far the results have been sensational. continue reading hellip;
Heiko Baumann @ 2016-06-10
Books / John Gardner / The CBn Dossier
The 007th Chapter: Licence Renewed #8211; King of the Castle
A literary meditation by Jacques Stewart (yep, this one should have come before For Special Services, you get a cigar #8230;)
In my youth (that鈥檚聽not聽a location update) I set a 鈥渜uiz鈥 for my College. Brain-mashers like 鈥淎bbreviations excluded, name the only U.S state written using one line of typewriter keys鈥 (Alaska; no-one knew (no-one聽cared)) and 鈥淣ame the only聽country聽written using one line of typewriter keys鈥. Peru, but some 鈥渂ody鈥 said Eire (fair point), another that 鈥渋t鈥檚 Republic of Peru, actually, I know thart, actually, because I gap-yeared tharh, actually, licking yurts, communing with my spirituality, yah, and photocopying for my uncle at KPMG Lima.鈥 There was聽such聽a fight. I encouraged it. Ectually.
I also had a round on 鈥淛ames Bond鈥. This was 1993 (hence 鈥渢ypewriter鈥), with 007 as relevant and welcome as anything else dead for four years that sane folks hoped would never return, like Eastern European communism, that Dr Who children鈥檚 programme or the Ayatollah Khomeini (give him time). Select questions went:
1. Which two Bond films to date do not feature a helicopter? (Child-like optimism to say #8220;to date #8221;, but child-like I was (rather than current lifestyle choice of childish), and brilliant. Precocious, smackable little weasel)
2. Why is A View to a Kill unique amongst the Bond films? (Keep it clean. In early 2015, this answer still holds)
3. Which author has written the most James Bond novels?
There were others, such as Q鈥檚 I.Q. to the nearest five points (it鈥檚 five; trick question), something something watches something (it聽really聽doesn鈥檛 matter) and Anne Fleming鈥檚 inside leg measurement (loads of people knew it; some reputation, that) but I鈥檝e forgotten the rest.
Question 1? Yes, you, with the mittens鈥
continue reading hellip;
Helmut Schierer @ 2016-05-09
Guy Hamilton dies at 93
According to various sources #8211; here The Guardian聽 #8211; four time Bond director Guy Hamilton has died at the age of 93 at his home on Majorca.
Guy Hamilton was a household name of British cinema at least since he directed The Colditz Story in 1955. A number of hugely successful films followed with Goldfinger, Funeral in Berlin, Battle of Britain and of course his further Bond duties at the helm of Diamonds Are Forever, Live and Let Die and The Man with the Golden Gun. Earlier in his career he acted as director #8217;s assistant and worked three times with director Carol Reed, amongst them on The Third Man.
Our condolences to his family and friends.
Helmut Schierer @ 2016-04-21
Peter Janson-Smith dies
According to various sources, Peter-Janson-Smith, Ian Fleming #8217;s long-time literary agent, has passed away aged 93.
Janson-Smith was a key figure behind the success of the James Bond聽novels. His relation to Ian Fleming started in 1956, when聽Janson-Smith got the job of selling the foreign language rights for the Bond聽books. 聽After Fleming #8217;s death in 1964, he became a board member and eventually chairman of the board of Glidrose Publications (now Ian Fleming Publications), which he remained until 2001.
In 2010, published an extensive article on Peter Janson-Smith by Bond continuation author Raymond Benson, which was also published in the March-April issue of Cimespree Magazine of the same year. Unfortunately, the images to the article went聽lost during an update a while ago.
Condolences to family and friends.
Heiko Baumann @ 2016-04-16
Helmut Schierer @ 2016-03-22
Sir Ken Adam 1921 鈥 2016
Sir Ken Adam 鈥 Photo: Thomas Schmidt
On March 10th 2016, Sir Ken Adam passed away in London, aged 95. The world of movie making and especially the world of James Bond mourns the loss of one of its most talented production designers who has influenced the style of the Bond movies like barely anyone else. His ground breaking set designs include seven James Bond films: Dr No (1962), Goldfinger (1964), Thunderball (1965), You Only Live Twice (1967), Diamonds Are Forever (1971), The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) and Moonraker (1979). In his career, he won two Academy Awards for Best Art Direction, 1975 for Barry Lyndon and 1994 for The Madness of King George and was nominated three more times. He is survived by his wife Letizia, to whom the team of wishes to express their sincerest condolences.
Sir Ken Adam was born on February 4th 1921 as Klaus Hugo Adam in Berlin-Tiergarten. He was the third of four children of a wealthy Jewish family who ran a large sports and fashion store. In 1934, the family fled from Nazi terror to London. In 1937, Adam joined the Bartlett School of Architecture, following the advice of art director and Academy Award winner Vincent Korda who told him that this would be the best way to start a career as a movie architect.
He took a break from his education in 1941 and joined the British Royal Air Force to become a pilot and fight the Nazis in his native country, knowing full well that he wouldn #8217;t be treated as a prisoner of war but killed as a traitor in case he was captured by the enemy.
In 1947, he became a British citizen and adopted the first name Ken. Soon after that, he got his first job in the movie business as a draughtsman at Twickenham Studios and started working his way up in the industry. Through his work on Captain Horatio Hornblower in 1951, he made himself a bit of a name as an expert for historic ships which lead to him working on The Crimson Pirate in 1951. While shooting this movie on the Italian island of Ischia, he met his future wife Letizia who was a model at that time. They married a year later and Letizia would become his lifelong source of inspiration.
In 1956, his work on Around the World in Eighty Days gained him his first Oscar nomination (with Ross Dowd and James W. Sullivan). His other two unsuccessful nominations were for The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) and Addams Family Values (1993). Ironically, four of his five nominations (including his two wins) were for historic set designs and not his futuristic, Bauhaus influenced style that made him famous.
His work on The Trials of Oscar Wilde (1960) brought him in contact with producer Albert R. Broccoli, who would later hire him to do the set designs for the first James Bond movie Dr No. In the years to come, Adam would design some of the 007 franchise #8217;s most iconic sets and elements: Dr No #8217;s underground lair (including the famous, minimalistic #8220;Tarantula room #8221;), the interior of Fort Knox and of course the gadget-ladden Aston Martin DB5 for Goldfinger, the underwater vehicles and the Disco Volante hydrofoil boat for Thunderball, the famous hollowed-out volcano for You Only Live Twice, the moon Buggy and Blofeld #8217;s lair for Diamonds are Forever, the tanker interior for The Spy who Loved Me for which the 007 Stage at Pinewood Studios was specially built and of course the space station and the Space Shuttle control room for Moonraker. Additionally, he was responsible for the production design of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (and the car itself), based on the book by Ian Fleming.
Even though Adam #8217;s famous credo was to design the sets #8220;larger than life #8221;, many of his creations were taken for real by the audience. This also happened with one of his most famous sets, the #8220;War Room #8221; for Dr. Strangelove. No story about Ken Adam would be complete without this anecdote: when Ronald Reagan became President of the United States he demanded to see this room and was slightly disappointed that the equivalent didn #8217;t even remotely look like what he saw in that movie. Despite the great result, Adam vowed to never work again with Strangelove director Stanley Kubrick, as his erratic way of working led to the production designer suffering from not one but two nervous breakdowns. Luckily, Adam broke this vow to work with Kubrick on Barry Lyndon, for which he won his first Academy Award in 1975.
He won his second Academy Award for The Madness of King George in 1994. In 2003, Ken Adam received a knighthood for his services to the film industry and Anglo-German relations. In 2012, Ken Adam donated his entire archives to the Deutsche Kinemathek in Berlin, including many drawings, photographs and memorabilia (among them his two Oscar statues) under the condition that the archives would be made publicly accessible. The process of digitizing all these materials and publishing them as an online archive is still in the works and has been postponed from March 2015 to mid-2016. Sadly, Ken Adam didn #8217;t live to see this last project being finished.
Heiko Baumann @ 2016-03-12
Sad losses #8230;
2016 is already shaping up to become known as a year of sad losses. This past week has been considerably cruel in taking away two of the most accomplished men of our time, two major characters whose influence on our culture will go far beyond their lifetime.
On 08. March Sir George Martin passed away at the age of 90. His merits as music producer have been lauded for decades and will no doubt continue to be praised. He has been right at the epicentre of the music business in the last century, putting his mark on pop culture #8211; before the term was even used #8211; like only a very few before or after him. His score of Roger Moore #8217;s 007 debut Live and Let Die and the spectacular main title song remain a favourite of the entire series with many fans, me included. As he also produced聽Shirley Bassey #8217;s Goldfinger he is behind two of the most popular classic Bond songs.
On 10. March Sir Ken Adam died at the age of 95. His influence on production design is already legendary, his work is so iconic that it is now a central piece in any class of film/motion picture design. He donated his considerable archive with countless sketches and storyboards to the Deutsche Kinemathek in Berlin, the major German film archive. Since I #8217;m a fellow countryman of Sir Ken I #8217;d particularly like to express my thanks for his services in freeing Europe and my #8211; our #8211; home country. team and members hereby express our condolences to the families.
Gentlemen, we salute you.
Helmut Schierer @ 2016-03-11
Films / 2015 - SPECTRE
We told you so #8230; team and members hereby congratulate Sam Smith on winning an Oscar for Writing #8217;s On The Wall. Now it is written there: Best Original Song.
Helmut Schierer @ 2016-02-29
Films / 2015 - SPECTRE
SPECTRE #8211; The Tour
After the spectacular success that was SPECTRE #8211; The Motion Picture and in preparation to the spectacular success that SPECTRE #8211; The Auction will no doubt turn out to be (just as SPECTRE #8211; The DVD, SPECTRE #8211; The Blueray(鈩) and SPECTRE #8211; The Streaming Experience, amongst others #8230;) there is one more spec-tacular event for fans to crave and rave about and for me to report to you. It #8217;s SPECTRE #8211; The Tour! Never heard of it? Why, it #8217;s a secret, dummy; people are not supposed to hear about it!
That #8217;s why it came as a sort of surprise to us when, contrary to all intentions and every rule of clandestine operational procedure, we finally did hear about it, though. Albeit too late for Glasgow, that was yesterday. And too late for Manchester, that was this morning. Sorry, ladies and gentlemen, this time they really kept mum about it.
Anyway, here goes the schedule of the ballyhoo:
SPECTRE ON TOUR will stop at each of the following locations:
Monday 15th February 鈥 George Square, Glasgow (007 hours from 9am)
Tuesday 16th February 鈥 The Lowry Plaza, Manchester (8.30-11.30am); Centenary Square, Birmingham (2-6pm)
Wednesday 17th February 鈥 Churchill Way, Cardiff (007 hours from 9am)
Well, now you know when and where, only the what is still a bit nebulous, much like the spectral nature of the entertainment this is supposed to somehow secretly promote. By way of osmosis or something equally sticky #8230;
SPECTRE #8211; The Tour will bring to you a display with an Aston Martin DB10; a real, genuine, made-for-the-screen-only toy car for millionaires. Supposedly there is also some other small fry, I would have to research on that. Only since it #8217;s already a bit late I suggest you just stop reading this piffle and go into the great outdoors, preferably in Birmingham or Cardiff and just find out for yourself.
Good luck with that #8230;
Helmut Schierer @ 2016-02-16
Films / 2015 - SPECTRE
SPECTRE #8211; The Auction
From time to time even a 00-agent has to go beyond the vulgarities of casinos and roulette tables to make some serious money in style, all for the good cause of M茅decins sans Fronti猫res (MSF), a number of other charities and the United Nations Mine Action Service. And what better way to do this than taking 24 absolutely unique lots #8211; from EON as well as 聽donations from Daniel Craig, Sam Mendes, Jesper Christensen, Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli #8211; to the halls of Christie #8217;s to sell them off to the highest bidder?
Can #8217;t think of any, really.
Of course there is a little, well, let #8217;s call it hurdle, namely the price tag. Serious money here really does mean serious. On this occasion one of only two Aston Martin DB10 show cars will change hands, currently the only one to do so. It #8217;s expected to earn the cause anything between 1 and 1.5 million sterling. So it will not surprise you to hear the live auction is an invitation-only affair, although bids by internet and telephone will be accepted. However, there also is to be an online-only auction from Tuesday 16 February to Tuesday 23 February where you can bid on 14 of the lots. For further information please visit Christie #8217;s site here.
The life event will take place on 18 February at Christie #8217;s London. If you think you belong into the relevant target audience #8211; some of us do #8211; and haven #8217;t received yet your invitation you may want to contact your personal assistant at Christie #8217;s and raise an eyebrow.
Oh, I almost forgot. There is of cause also a reason for this I should inform you about. The reason being that 18 February 2016 is a Thursday. What, you need more than that to spend a few million? How about that this event incidentally also is supposed to mark the release of SPECTRE in various trademarked formats, Blue-ray, DVD and whatnot. Now that should really open your cheque book.
Tremendous thanks to source #8220;Surrie #8221; for digging this up and letting us know.
Helmut Schierer @ 2016-01-21
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