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About that Christopher Nolan directing 007 film thing

There’s been another breakout of “Christopher Nolan directing James Bond fever.”

The subject comes up every so often. It’s well known the London-born Nolan likes James Bond movies… 415 more words

James Bond Films

Movies that make me cry: Away We Go

Not all movies make me cry. I’m not necessarily a major weeper, but if a movie or a TV show strikes just the right chord, then my tears are a melody of all my feels. 898 more words

Movies That Make Me Cry

'Judi Dench - All the World’s Her Stage' on BBC Two

All the World’s Her Stage‘ celebrates the remarkable 60-year career Dame Judi Dench, one of Britain’s greatest and most loved actors, as told by her friends and colleagues, including Sir Ian McKellen, Stephen Frears, Sam Mendes, Samantha Bond, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig. 17 more words

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Bart & Fleming: Gay Talese Blames Jason Blum For 'Voyeur's Motel' Implosion & Blum Stoically Exits Documentary

Peter Bart and Mike Fleming Jr. worked together for two decades at Daily Variety. In this weekly column, two old friends get together and grind their axes, mostly on the movie business. 2,678 more words


Why Sam Mendes directing Bond 25 isn't a good idea

A major non-007 Sam Mendes project, a movie adaptation of The Voyeur’s Hotel, has evaporated, according to the Deadline: Hollywood website. That’s because of a documentary coming out concerning the person who is the the same subject as the non-fiction book. 484 more words

James Bond Films

Sam Mendes, DreamWorks Drop Gay Talese 'Voyeur's Motel' Movie After Being Blindsided By Documentary

EXCLUSIVE: The movie adaptation of the Gay Talese book The Voyeur’s Motel that Sam Mendes planned to direct and produce with Steven Spielberg at DreamWorks has just been killed. 1,858 more words

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Soundtrack Review: Skyfall

Composed and Conducted by: Thomas Newman

The 50th anniversary for the James Bond film was marked by Skyfall, a rather good film that successfully meshed some of the old school tropes of the franchise with more recent sensibilities. 696 more words

Soundtrack Reviews