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Daniel Craig

  1. Idris Elba Re-Schedules the Apocalypse, Says Any Chance He Had of Playing James Bond is Gone

    Fancasting never dies.

    At the world premiere of his new movie Mandela, My Dad and Me on Tuesday, Idris Elba dashed the hopes that he'll eventually take over the role of 007: "Honestly, it’s a rumor that’s really starting to eat itself. If there was ever any chance of me getting Bond, it’s gone."

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  2. Jon Hamm, Joel McHale, Dragon Age, And More Speak Out Against Sexual Assault On College Campuses

    It's on us.

    It's On Us is the White House's new "public awareness and action campaign designed to prevent sexual assault at colleges and universities," and it has some pretty big-name entertainment and gaming supporters behind it. Way to go, guys. We like you all a lot.

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  3. Daniel Craig Vies For Unlisted Cameo In Star Wars: A Fanfiction Tribute

    We have a bad feeling about this.

    Pinewood Studios is not the sort of place that any casual observer can just drop in on unexpectedly—especially now that the long-awaited Star Wars are currently being filmed at their London location. But Daniel Craig is not just a casual observer. He's the highest-grossing Bond of all time, damn it, and he will not be denied.

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  4. Place Your Bets! Folks Are Already Betting on Next Actor to Play James Bond

    What are the odds of them casting Harrison Ford? That's right. 3,720 to 1.

    Relax, Daniel Craig fans. You haven't missed something. Despite some off-again/on-again rumors that Craig is leaving the franchise, it doesn't look like he's going anywhere for at least two more movies. He's got to go sometime, though, right? In fact, betting's already open on who will fill his tuxedo when he does.

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  5. Police Mistake Celebrity Impersonator Photoshoot for Armed Criminal Enterprise


    Even though the Port of London Authority only requires artists to register if they plan to be filming, not merely taking photos, the organizers of a celebrity look-a-like photoshoot are saying that, in hindsight, they probably should have. Turns out people jump to conclusions when they see a bunch of black-clad people waving guns around on a speedboat.

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  6. Watch Harrison Ford Dodge Star Wars Questions and Confront Chewbacca on Kimmel

    It has to be hard when you're an actor trying to promote something, but all anyone wants to talk about is another project. When Harrison Ford appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, he took questions from the audience, but refused to talk about Star Wars Episode VII. He went on to answer a few questions before being confronted by an old friend.

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  7. Girl With The Dragon Tattoo Sequel Could Ditch Daniel Craig, Feature Female Lead Instead

    Consider the Following

    What's Stieg Larsson's Millennium Trilogy without Mikael Blomkvist? Sony hopes it's a wildly successful film sequel starring a women in the lead role. They've got our attention. 

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Scarlett Johansson Filled in for Al Roker

    Things We Saw Today

    When the Today Show's weatherman, Al Roker, came down with laryngitis, Black Widow herself, Scarlett Johansson decided to fulfill a life's dream and step in for him. (via The Hollywood Reporter)

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  9. First Teaser Trailer for the new James Bond Film Skyfall Looks Pretty Rad

    Though its future was uncertain for a while, the 23rd film starring Britain's top secret agent James Bond is not only in the can, but already has a teaser trailer. The film, called Skyfall, still has Daniel Craig in the lead role and director Sam Mendes at the helm, but looks to be taking a bit of a different track from the last two films.

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  10. Judi Dench’s Filthy Mouth and Other Silly Complaints About Movies by British People

    Audience Participation

    While we wouldn't be surprised to see similar, or even weirder complaints from our fellow Yanks here in the U.S. of A., a new collection of complaints by British filmgoers is just adorably prudish and random. Compiled by the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC), which deals directly with costumer complaints concerning movie certificate ratings, a list of the silliest gripes received by the association includes problems with what people look like, what things look like, the words people say, and the price of popcorn. Which, no, Virginia, has nothing to do with rating certificates. So, come with us after the jump to read more about how many British people have a problem every time Dame Judi Dench uses a naughty word!

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  11. Ben Whishaw Is the New Q In the Next James Bond Movie

    And Now For Something Completely Different

    The next Bond film, Skyfall, will feature a new gadget man helping the iconic spy. Ben Whishaw, who currently appears in the BBC's The Hour, will be taking over the role of Q in the new movie, making him the youngest actor to do so and the first time Q has been younger than Bond himself. This will probably not, however, cramp Bond's style. (Because he is James Bond.)

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  12. Universal Studios President: “We Make a Lot of S#!?&y Movies.”

    Highly Successful Marketing Strategies

    In a moment of strange honesty, Ron Meyer, President and Chief Operating Officer of Universal Studios not only admitted but declared that Universal Studios has made some real duds. Among a number of movies, he has harsh words for Cowboys & Aliens.
    Wasn’t good enough. Forget all the smart people involved in it, it wasn’t good enough. All those little creatures bouncing around were crappy. I think it was a mediocre movie.
    Wow. It's not that we disagree, it's just that... Look how sad he made Daniel Craig.

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  13. DC’s Vertigo To Make Stieg Larsson’s Millenium Trilogy Into Graphic Novels

    Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

    DC Entertainment has acquired the rights to Stieg Larsson's best-selling Millenium Trilogy. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Girl Who Played with Fire and The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest will all be adapted into graphic novels via DC's Vertigo imprint. 

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  14. Idris Elba Might Be In the Running to Be the Next James Bond

    Consider the Following

    Daniel Craig is getting ready to shoot his third movie as James Bond soon, but people are now wondering how much longer he'll be playing the iconic British spy. A few names have been floated around as possibilities, such as Michael Fassbender (last seen in X-Men: First Class) and Henry Cavill (who is already playing one iconic role in Man of Steel), but one name that is creating tons of buzz is that of Idris Elba. And if you have working eyeballs, you might notice that one of these guys is not like the other. Is the world ready for a black James Bond?

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  15. Smurfs and Cowboys & Aliens Tie At the Box Office

    Oh Really?

    In a battle between tiny blue cartoon creatures and, well, cowboys and aliens, it's a draw! Both movies each made about $36.2 million, with The Smurfs exceeding expectations. (Because it's a CGI Smurfs movie, Neil Patrick Harris notwithstanding.) However, the Smurfs' success kind of spells failure for Cowboys & Aliens, "to the point of tanking," according to Deadline. And now Sony is all "See? People like the Smurfs! We knew this!" The lesson? Don't underestimate the power of kids at the box office. Again, something we probably knew.

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  16. Jon Favreau Gets Harrison Ford to Sit Down For an Interview [Video]

    We Have Done the Impossible and That Makes Us Mighty

    Notoriously interview-averse Harrison Ford has delighted us all by granting his Cowboys and Aliens director Jon Favreau a seven-part interview ahead of the release of their movie. In the clips we've selected for your viewing pleasure, Ford and Favs discuss hats, improvising for George Lucas, and what happens when Ford reads a science fiction script. (Hint: be glad the script doesn't feel pain.) There also may or may not have been a promise -- by Ford -- to make a naughty film with co-star Daniel Craig.

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  17. New Trailer for Cowboys & Aliens

    Almost Totally Excellent

    Every now and then, I remember that there is a movie coming out this summer where Harrison Ford and Daniel Craig ride horses, do shots, and cock six-shooters, while fighting aliens. And I know that in a worst-case-summer-scenario where all three Marvel movies are yawn-fests, Green Lantern is a hot emerald mess, Captain Jack is played out, and Super 8 is a total wash: There is no way that Cowboys & Aliens could not be entertaining on at least one level, even if it's not a very good movie. Does Jon Favreau know how to pick trailer music or what? (via Digital Spy.)

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  18. The Next James Bond Flick Gets Rolling

    Good News Everyone!

    One of the big impacts of the MGM bankruptcy and buy out, for nerds, that is, was the delay of two beloved film franchises. The first, The Hobbit, was resolved quickly (since preproduction was already in quite an advanced state) and we're already seeing real returns on it. The other, the James Bond franchise, has been a bit slower on the uptake. But worry not, with a little financial help from Sony, MGM is getting Mr. Bond (and Daniel Craig, who is contractually obliged to do at least one more movie) back on track.

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  19. And Now, A Word From Judi Dench and Daniel Craig on Women’s Equality

    Today in Depressing

    A James Bond themed PSA on women's rights with Judi Dench and Daniel Craig? With Daniel Craig in drag? Yes, yes that's relevant to our interests. (via TDW.)

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  20. MGM Finalizes its Restructuring: A Big Step Forward for The Hobbit and James Bond

    With a burst of hopeful feeling for The Hobbit and the James Bond franchise, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer announced today that it has found new management and can finally tuck itself into the ugly chrysalis of bankruptcy proceedings and emerge as a bee-yutiful production company. Gary Barber and Roger Birnbaum (founders of Spyglass Entertainment) will become its new CEOs, effective as soon as its bankruptcy proceedings have been worked through.

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