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Interview with editor of the Thunderballs James Bond Picture Archive

December 3rd, 2018 by

Pete Brooker recently interviewed the editor of the newly launched Thunderballs James Bond Picture Archive for the From Tailors With Love podcast. In the extracts below Marty explains to Pete Brooker how a shelved podcast led to the unofficial Thunderballs James Bond Picture Archive. He also recalls his early experiences with Bond, and talks about what he’d like to see in Bond 25. For […]

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Review: James Bond 007 #001 from Dynamite

November 20th, 2018 by

Javier Trujillo reviews the first of Dynamite’s new comic book series.   James Bond is back in action, on the hunt for the terrorist organization Oru! Who is the charismatic and deadly secret agent that is getting in his way? Writer: Greg Pak Artist: Marc Laming Colorist: Tridna Farrell Letterer: Ariana Maher Logo designer: Geoff […]

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James Bond Christmas Gifts

November 14th, 2018 by

Well it’s that time of year again and if you’re like me you have’t got a clue what to buy anyone. Here we take a look at James Bond Christmas gifts to suit all budgets. Looking for inspiration for Christmas gifts for a Bond fan? This article is for you. Or are you a Bond […]

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The 1965 Corgi #270 Aston Martin DB5

November 8th, 2018 by

Guest writer Brendan Edwards delves into the history of Corgi’s best selling toy car. By the time Goldfinger was released at in 1965, the James Bond movies were already renowned for having beautiful women, exotic locations, and lots of action. In Goldfinger, the producers introduced a new element to the series, by giving Bond a […]

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Goldfinger: Food and drink from the novel

October 10th, 2018 by

In Goldfinger‘s opening chapter, ‘Reflections in a Double Bourbon’, James Bond is drowning his sorrows while he travels home from Mexico. Miami While waiting for his homeward flight to be called at Miami airport Bond mulls his just completed mission. Airport While doing so Bond orders his third double bourbon. He found the assignment rather […]

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Cary Joji Fukunaga

September 20th, 2018 by

A first look at the work of Bond 25 director Cary Joji Fukunaga. In August 2018 Eon Productions made the shock announcement that Danny Boyle had left the production of Bond 25. While the short news release didn’t go into detail the media started speculating like wild about who would take over from Boyle and […]

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[Video] Amsterdam Filming Locations from Diamonds Are Forever

July 25th, 2018 by

In May I was in the Netherlands for a couple of days, with slightly more than a day in Amsterdam. While there we did as much sightseeing as possible, including a couple of locations from Diamonds Are Forever. The first location is known in English as the Skinny Bridge, from where Wint and Kidd watch […]

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John Hodge

June 20th, 2018 by

A look at the career of Bond 25 screenwriter John Hodge. Note: in August 2018 John Hodge left the production of Bond 25 alongside director Danny Boyle. Born in 1964, John Hodge is a British screenwriter and dramatist best known for his big screen adaptation of the novel Trainspotting (1996) by Irvine Welsh. The film became […]

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Danny Boyle

June 8th, 2018 by

A look at the career of Bond 25 director Danny Boyle. Note: In August 2018 Boyle left Bond 25 along with his writing partner John Hodge. The son of Irish immigrants, Danny Boyle was born in Manchester in 1956. Realising from an early age that he wanted to make movies, Boyle abandoned his studies at the […]

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We talk to Anthony Horowitz about Forever and a Day

May 31st, 2018 by

Anthony Horowitz discusses writing his second James Bond novel, Forever and a Day, available today. Earlier in the week we had the chance to quiz the Anthony Horowitz on his new book and find out a bit about what it takes to write a Bond novel. Among other things he told us how writing Bond […]

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