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Movie Tie In Games - As Bad as We Think?

Originally published – 6/9/2016

Movie tie in games are bad. I mean, I’ve sat through my fair share of terrible games, but movie tie in games are something else. 635 more words


With WGA settlement, no excuse for Bond 25

James Bond fans are breathing easier because it appears there won’t be another Writers Guild strike, like the 2007-2008 walkout that affected Quantum of Solace. 309 more words

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WGA reaches tentative deal

The Writers Guild of America reached a tentative agreement on a new contract, the union said in a statement issued early today.

“Your Negotiating Committee is pleased to report that we have reached a tentative agreement with the AMPTP that we can recommend for ratification,” the union said. 144 more words

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Ian Fleming’s Seven ‘Deadlier’ Sins: CRUELTY

Article by Revelator

In his foreword The Seven Deadly Sins, published in 1962, Ian Fleming declared that the traditional seven deadly sins — PRIDE, ENVY, ANGER, SLOTH , COVETOUSNESS, GLUTTONY and LUST — were no longer sufficient. 2,753 more words


Writers Guild authorizes strike; will it affect Bond 25?

More than 96 percent of Writers Guild of America members participating voted to authorize union leaders to call a strike during current contract negotiations, according to… 319 more words

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The Facts of Death: Introduction

“I never left.”
~ James Bond, Quantum of Solace

Over the past few months, the rumors have been flying: after a few years of great uncertainty about the state of the Bond film series, it appears likely that Daniel Craig will be back as James Bond for one final adventure, capping the journey the character began in 2006’s series reset, 

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What's at stake for Bond 25

After the “lost year” of 2016, Bond 25 appears to be actually getting into gear.

The New York Times reported that five studios (four established, one a newcomer) are bidding for a one-picture deal to distribute the next 007 film from Eon Productions. 509 more words

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