Blood Stone trailer released

July 31st, 2010 by

The official trailer for forthcoming Activision game Blood Stone is now available to view online and reveals some of the action in which players can expect to be involved. One of the highlights features a car chase in an Aston Martin DBS, and elsewhere action sequences include 007 parachuting to a motor yacht and the […]

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James Bond Producers Worried by Indefinite Delay [ABC News]

July 27th, 2010 by

Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson are unhappy at MGM’s prospective buyers according to an article published on ABC News. It goes on to say: Broccoli and Wilson also continue to push for Sony Pictures to be involved. The studio was behind the production, marketing and distribution of 2008’s “Quantum of Solace.” The report suggests […]

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Daniel Craig on Bond 23 – 'I want to get going on it as quickly as possible' [Empire Magazine]

July 26th, 2010 by

According to reports from Comic Con in San Diego where he was promoting “Cowboys And Aliens”, Daniel Craig responded to a fan’s question regarding Bond 23 by saying “Bond is on hold, but all I can say is I want to get going on it as quickly as possible.” The quote appears first on Empire […]

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The Spy Who Loved Me soundtrack

July 25th, 2010 by

By the time the next instalment of the James Bond series was due to be released, much had changed. Despite the relative success of Live and Let Die and The Man With The Golden Gun, 007 was in danger of being overtaken by new, spectacular summer blockbuster films including cinema’s latest phenomenon: Star Wars. With […]

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Icahn renews Lionsgate push [New York Post]

July 23rd, 2010 by

The proposed merger between Lions Gate and MGM aren’t going at all smoothly thanks to Carl Icahn’s hostile takeover bid of Lions Gate. According to an article in the New York Post: Merger talks between Lionsgate Entertainment and MGM are not going well, sources close to the situation said. Lionsgate, the producer of the “Mad […]

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007 : Blood Stone theme – Joss Stone and Dave Stewart – I'll Take It All Credits Sequence [YouTube]

July 19th, 2010 by

The theme from 007: Blood Stone, the forthcoming video game from Activision is now available to watch in high definition at YouTube, featuring the song I’ll Take It All by Joss Stone and Dave Stewart. The game is due to be released later this year on a variety of platforms.

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Producers confident work on Bond 23 will resume soon [MI6]

July 17th, 2010 by

When Michael G Wilson unveiled the latest James Bond video game, Blood Stone, yesterday in London he went on to say that  also that he expected pre-production work on Bond 23 to resume shortly, according to a report on MI6, which reports Wilson as saying: “Both Barbara and I are convinced that we’ll be bringing […]

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Playboy, 007's old ally, may be subject of takeover fight [HMSS Weblog]

July 16th, 2010 by

An interesting story appeared earlier in the week on The HMSS Weblog regarding Playboy Enterprises Inc. The article notes: “Playboy magazine and its parent company, Playboy Enterprises Inc., may be the target of a takeover fight. Why should James Bond fans care? Well, the magazine does have a half-century relationship with a certain gentleman agent.” […]

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Activision Announce ‘Blood Stone’ Videogame [MI6]

July 16th, 2010 by

Daniel Craig is to return to the role of James Bond sooner than expected. However, for anyone hoping for a positive announcement regarding Bond 23 is likely to be disappointed as the news is that Craig’s likeness will appear in Activision’s latest James Bond game announced today; Blood Stone will be available for Xbox 360, […]

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Alan Hume dies [Bondstars.com]

July 15th, 2010 by

An article on Bondstars.com have announced the death of Alan Hume, who worked on The Spy  Who Loved Me , For  Your Eyes Only, Octopussy and A View To A Kill. “We are very sad to announce the death of veteran cinematographer Alan Hume. For those of you who were lucky to meet Alan at […]

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