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Jane Seymour thinks Jame Bond should be a man

Jane Seymour thinks Jame Bond should be a man

Jane Seymour doesn’t think James Bond should be a woman. The former Bond Girl – who played Solitaire alongside Roger Moore’s 007 in the 1973 movie ‘Live And Let Die’ – admitted she is "a bit of a classicist" and while others might feel the time is right for a female performer to take on the role of Ian Fleming’s literary spy, she isn’t quit... »

Former James Bond star David Hedison dies age 92

Former James Bond star David Hedison dies age 92

David Hedison has died at the age of 92. The late star was known for his roles as Fleix Leiter in the ‘James Bond’ franchise and passed away peacefully with his children at his side in Los Angeles on July 18. In a statement, his daughters Alexandra and Serena said: "Even in our deep sadness, we are comforted by the memory of our wonderful father. He loved us all dearly and express... »

Grace Jones quits Bond 25

Grace Jones quits Bond 25

Grace Jones has reportedly quit her cameo in the new James Bond movie. The 71-year-old actress-and-singer played iconic villain May Day in 1985′s ‘A View To A Kill’ opposite the late Sir Roger Moore as 007 and was due to appear in ‘Bond 25′ to celebrate the milestone movie in the spy franchise. However, Grace decided not to go ahead with her appearance after being dis... »

Lewis Hamilton receives PETA honour

Lewis Hamilton receives PETA honour

Lewis Hamilton has been honoured as Person of the Year by PETA. The Formula 1 champion was bestowed with the annual accolade by the animal rights organisation for his vegan diet and encouraging others to follow his lead in giving up meat, dairy and other animal-derived products. PETA founder Ingrid Newkirk said: "Lewis Hamilton has proved to be not only a fantastic driver but also a force for... »

ITV to air documentary on The Ritz

ITV to air documentary on The Ritz

ITV are going behind-the-scenes of The Ritz hotel for a new documentary. The luxury five-star London establishment boasts rooms that cost over £5,000 a night and has counted the likes of Queen Elizabeth, Charlie Chaplin, Noel Coward, Sir Roger Moore and Kate Moss among its most famous guests over the years, and now viewers will get to see just what it takes to run the high-end establishment in a n... »

Chris Pratt set to bring back The Saint

Chris Pratt set to bring back The Saint

Chris Pratt is reportedly set to star in a relaunch of ‘The Saint’. The 39-year-old actor is in talks with Paramount to play Simon Templar, a Robin Hood-like character who targets corrupt politicians, drug dealers and other criminals using his charm and various aliases to commit his crimes for good. Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura wants to bring ‘The Saint’ back to the scre... »

James Bond legend Sir Roger Moore dies at 89

James Bond legend Sir Roger Moore dies at 89

Sir Roger Moore has died at the age of 89. The legendary actor – famous for playing James Bond – passed away in Switzerland on Tuesday (23.05.17) after losing a short battle with cancer, his family confirmed in a statement posted on his official Twitter account. A letter was tweeted from the account on behalf of his three adult children Deborah, Geoffrey and Christian – his offsp... »

Pierce Brosnan got frustrated with James Bond

Pierce Brosnan got frustrated with James Bond

Pierce Brosnan admits he got frustrated with playing James Bond. The 64-year-old actor portrayed the British Secret Service Spy for four 007 films from 1995 to 2002 -’GoldenEye’, ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’, ‘The World Is Not Enough’ and ‘Die Another Day’ – before Daniel Craig took over in 2006′s ‘Casino Royale’, but has admitted he... »

Daniel Craig ready for Bond return

Daniel Craig ready for Bond return

Daniel Craig is ready to sign on to return as James Bond. Speculation has been rife that the 49-year-old actor was set to walk away from the role of 007 after four outings, after he refused to publicly commit himself to the franchise’s future. Craig has now been convinced to don the British spy’s tuxedo one more time after working with Bond producer Barbara Broccoli – the daughte... »

Michael Caine wants to be old Bond

Michael Caine wants to be old Bond

Sir Michael Caine would like to play James Bond as an "old man". The 84-year-old actor insists there are no dream roles left for him, but the idea of playing an elderly version of the iconic British spy would be appealing. Asked if there’s anything left he wants to play, he replied: "No I seem to have played every bloody thing." But then when the suggestion of an elderly ... »

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