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Paul Feig’s Spy Starring Melissa McCarthy Gets Unrated Cut on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital

5 August 2015 8:03 PM, PDT | TheHDRoom | See recent TheHDRoom news »

Director Paul Feig's comedy Spy starring Melissa McCarthyJason Statham, Jude Law and Rose Byrne will get a new unrated cut when it makes its home video debut this fall.

Fox Home Entertainment will first release the Digital HD version of Spy on September 4. The Spy Blu-ray and DVD release date will fall over three weeks later on September 29.

Spy on Blu-ray and Digital HD will be presented in 2.4:1 1080p video and 7.1 DTS-hd Master Audio. The unrated cut runs 130 minutes or a full 10 minutes longer than the theatrical cut, which is also included on the Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD combo pack.

Bonus features on the Spy Blu-ray combo pack are extensive as outlined below.

Unrated Cut

3 Redacted Scenes

15 Classified Alternate Scenes

Top Secret Gag Reel

Extra Top Secret Behind-the-Scenes Gag Reel

Director of Intelligence Feig Makes the Cast Do His Bidding

Susan and Her Men

Super Villain »

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Spy Blu-Ray Gets Detailed and Dated

4 August 2015 10:05 AM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

Melissa McCarthy and Jason Stathan's action/comedy flick, Spy, is coming to blu-ray in September and today, 20th Century Fox has released the official details on the upcoming home release; including special features and more.  Come inside to see when you can pick it up!

If you missed it in theaters or want to watch it again, the comedy movie Spy is coming to blu-ray on September 29th.  Check out the full press release below to see what all is included on the disc.  

Queen of Comedy Melissa McCarthy “in her funniest movie yet” (Leonard Maltin, LeonardMaltin.com) embarks on the mission of a lifetime as secret agent Susan Cooper in Spy. The September 29th Blu-ray release will include two versions of the film - Theatrical and never-before-seen Unrated Cut.  The DVD will feature the Theatrical version.  Both the Theatrical version and Unrated Cut of Spy will also be available on Digital HD September 4th. »

- feeds@cinelinx.com (Jordan Maison)

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22 best and worst Bond theme songs ranked: Every single's here, but which are classics and which need their 00 status revoked?

20 July 2015 8:18 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

According to Spectre director Sam Mendes, we'll soon find out who'll be joining the illustrious ranks of Shirley Bassey, Paul McCartney and Rita Coolidge (!) in belting out a James Bond theme.

To mark the occasion, we've gone back through every single 007 song to find out which ones are earworms and which need their 00 status revoked. A quick point to note: we've discounted instrumentals so the opening credits pieces from Dr No and On Her Majesty's Secret Service are not on the list.

22. 'Another Way to Die' - Jack White & Alicia Keys (2008)

The first and only duet in the entire Bond theme back catalogue, on paper this sounded great but what emerged was a sludgy, lifeless and unremarkable track that went in one ear and out the other.

21. 'Die Another Day' - Madonna (2002)

Compounding the horror of her on-screen cameo in this stinker of a film is Madonna's »

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James Bond Collection to get Blu-ray and DVD reissue this September, new Blu-ray steelbooks also set for release

15 July 2015 11:09 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

With Spectre set for release this October, MGM and Sony are to re-release the entire James Bond collection this September with brand new features and artwork, as well as a new range of Blu-ray steelbook releases. You can check out the artwork and a teaser for the new releases below…

9 new James Bond limited edition Steelbooks. Available September 15th https://t.co/KfhAYnhpCM

— James Bond (@007) July 15, 2015

The nine steelbook limited releases will be Quantum of Solace, Skyfall, Casino Royale, From Russia With Love, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, For Your Eyes Only, You Only Live Twice, Diamonds Are Forever and Thunderball.

See Also: James Bond franchise moving to Warner Bros. after Spectre?

A cryptic message from Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organisation. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind Spectre. »

- Scott J. Davis

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All 23 James Bond movies get a special edition Blu-ray and DVD release this September

15 July 2015 9:50 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

All 23 James Bond movies to date are getting a special edition Blu-ray and DVD release before Spectre hits cinemas later this year.

The James Bond Complete Collection will be made available from Amazon.co.uk on September 14, compiling the exploits of the world's most famous spy on Blu-ray and DVD.

The set will feature all 23 films - from Dr No to Skyfall - as well as a 90-minute documentary feature, a James Bond Movie Posters book and digital copies of the films.

Also included in the set will be documentaries The Shadow of Spectre - a look at the shady crime organisation Spectre - and The Story So Far, which looks back at Daniel Craig's three Bond films to date.

Limited edition Blu-ray Steelbooks for films featuring Spectre (From Russia with Love, Thunderball, You Only Live Twice, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Diamonds Are Forever and For Your Eyes Only »

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James Bond Musical Production Causes Legal Dispute

9 July 2015 10:25 AM, PDT | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

Producers Albert R. Broccoli (left) and Harry Saltzman with author Ian Fleming and star Sean Connery in a publicity photo taken before production started on the first 007 film "Dr. No" in 1962

 

By Lee Pfeiffer

Eon Productions has stated on the company's web site and Facebook page that they have not granted rights for a James Bond musical production. Earlier, Merry Saltzman, one of the daughters of the late 007 producer Harry Saltzman, announced that she was staging a musical production based on the Bond films. In response to the Eon statement, Saltzman indicated that she has not sought rights from Eon nor does she believe she needs them since her stage production would fall into the category of a parody. Eon has been very protective of the Bond brand over the decades and it remains to be seen how this will be resolved. The situation does open some old wounds that many thought were long closed. »

- nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro)

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James Bond 007: revisiting Licence To Kill

5 July 2015 2:51 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Before Casino Royale took James Bond down a darker path, there was Timothy Dalton's final 007 outing, Licence To Kill...

So this is the anti-Bond. Stripped of the requisite wit and mischief. Short of temper, heavy of touch. The SPECTREs of yore replaced by a drugs cartel. World domination downgraded to a heroin monopoly. Glamour smothered by grit. Joy drowned in the bloodshed. The icon of British cinema reduced to an American cop show – MI6 Vice, Hawaii 007 – timeless style swamped by the vulgarity and cash of the late-1980s, a case of ‘Sayonara, Mr Bond’ and everything you stand for. Derivative, needlessly violent, no identity, no soul – it’s just Not Bond, dammit! All nonsense, of course. The open-minded know this brutal, brilliant outing is about as good as the series can get.

The Villain: Franz Sanchez is unquestionably the great forgotten villain of the franchise. He possesses all the vital characteristics: charm, »

- simonbrew

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Nobody's done it better than 'Nobody Does it Better' when it comes to James Bond

24 June 2015 3:20 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Songs On Screen: All week HitFix will be featuring tributes by writers to their favorite musical moments from TV and film. Check out all the entries in the series here.  There are very few constants in the world of pop culture. James Bond, however, appears to be eternal. It's more than a movie franchise at this point. It's a generational milestone that gets handed down. My dad took me to my first Bond movie. I'll take my sons to their first Bond movie. And I have no doubt that 20 years from now, there will be a new James Bond and my kids will be able to take their own kids to enjoy it. I am equally sure that whatever Bond film they go see will open with a song written by a hot recording artist, and that song will be on the charts while the film's in theaters, and we'll »

- Drew McWeeny

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Pierce Brosnan: The Hollywood Flashback Interview

24 June 2015 12:46 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Interview | See recent The Hollywood Interview news »

I interviewed Pierce Brosnan in conjunction with his third outing as James Bond, in Michael Apted's The World Is Not Enough, in 1999. Brosnan was alternately charming, erudite, thoughtful and intense during our two hour chat. His native intelligence shone through it all, as did a sense of decency which many people seem to acquire after enduring and surviving hardship in their formative years.

Bonding With Brosnan

By

Alex Simon

There are several dangers in becoming a cultural icon, not the least of which is the stigma that your public will forever keep you imprisoned in the mold of your iconography, allowing the recipient a privileged, if imprisoned, existence, particularly if that person is an artist. Sean Connery faced just such a dilemma during the height of James Bond-mania in the mid-60's. A serious actor, Connery desperately wanted to break out of the action hero mold that was British Superspy James Bond, »

- The Hollywood Interview.com

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James Bond 007: revisiting The Living Daylights

21 June 2015 11:07 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

The first of Timothy Dalton's pair of James Bond 007 adventures. We look back at The Living Daylights...

This one's strong, if uneven. The Living Daylights has a lot going for it, not least a lean, sharkish Timothy Dalton, tight of smile and cold of eye. Other strengths include a plot that actually goes places (even if they aren’t always the right ones), a great soundtrack, a palpably menacing hitman and the enjoyably retro prominence of the Cold War. All well and good. However, the central villains are a weakness, neither really working alone or as a duo. The girl is admirable but a little trying. The pace sometimes flags and the stakes never rise. Despite a standout fight aboard an aeroplane (as good as Bond gets) the film never quite takes off.

The Villains: A three-in-one deal. Never a great sign: quality is rarely offered in quantity. Georgi Koskov is a cheerful, »

- simonbrew

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James Bond 007: revisiting A View To A Kill

31 May 2015 11:38 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Roger Moore bows out as James Bond 007, in A View To A Kill. It's a film with a few problems...

This one's an unworthy last hurrah for Sir Rog. Yet such is life. Received wisdom pegs A View To A Kill as a lacklustre final outing in which an inspired song, villain and Grace Jones are smothered by slack plotting, a not-at-his-best Moore, weak characters and a general sense of weariness. Received wisdom is a terrible thing. But occasionally it has a point.

The Villain: To waste one great villain on a rubbish film may be classed as unfortunate. To waste a second is damned careless. Max Zorin is Exhibit B to counter the hoary old adage that a Bond film is measured by its antagonist. Zorin is fresh, vibrant, energetic – the inverse of the film he terrorises. He’s played by a Hollywood legend in his prime: good for the character, »

- simonbrew

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James Bond 007: revisiting Never Say Never Again

24 May 2015 10:37 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Sean Connery's last appearance as James Bond, and the last 'unofficial' 007 movie. We revisit Never Say Never Again...

So does this count? Never Say Never Again stirs many arguments by shaking up the official order, splitting fans on the issue of its legitimacy. Ruins pub quiz questions such as ‘How many actors have played M?’ due to the inevitable argument whether Edward Fox should be numbered. Put such issues aside and enjoy what remains: a sly, witty semi-pastiche that doesn’t attempt to recapture past glories but can easily hold its own alongside Diamonds Are Forever and Octopussy. And with much less swimming than Thunderball.

The Villain: Ignore Emilo: Maximillian Largo is his own maniac. Short, tubby, lanky blond hair receding, Largo is Draco Malfoy gone to seed. Easily visualised shuffling around Comic Con, accompanied by Mr Kidd and the reformed Jaws. Yet Largo is one of the film’s strengths. »

- simonbrew

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James Bond 007: revisiting Octopussy

17 May 2015 2:12 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

We've arrived at Roger Moore's penultimate Bond. But isn't it about time somebody fought Octopussy's corner?

After the comedown of For Your Eyes Only, the series is back on a high. A very good-natured, occasionally thrilling escapade that boasts an impressive roster of villains, a finely developed heroine, unusually meaty roles for series stalwarts General Gogol and Q, a nuclear bomb and a gloriously stupid title. Yes, Roger Moore has aged to the point where counting the wrinkles is a legitimate distraction. And many valid criticisms can be levelled about plot and credibility. But the good outweighs, or certainly overwhelms, the bad in Octopussy. Still, he really should have quit after this one.

The Villain: Kamal Khan got his break by winning the talent competition Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Singing Superstar - and that was just the beginning. 2012 hit Ishk Sufiana launched Khan into stardom and he bagged »

- simonbrew

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The Cultural Impact of James Bond

12 May 2015 12:47 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

By: Jay Dyer

Ian Fleming’s James Bond is one of the most recognizable and successful characters in modern popular culture.  The novels have sold over 100 million copies, and the film franchise is the second most successful in history, having been recently displaced by the Harry Potter series.  For most readers and viewers, 007 is merely a Western pop icon. However, there is much more at work in the novels and films than appears on the surface.  In fact, there are deeper undercurrents, themes, symbols, and messages that operate as psychological warfare propaganda and an in-depth semiotic analysis of the novels and films yields an interpretation that confirms this thesis.  Much has been written on the subject of Ian Fleming’s James Bond. From Umberto Eco’s older essay “Narrative Structures in Fleming” to Christoph Linders’ modern collections The James Bond Phenomenon and Revisioning 007: James Bond and Casino Royale, there »

- Jay Dyer

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18 films that took their inspiration from James Bond movies

3 May 2015 4:54 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Bourne and Mission: Impossible, right back to Harry Palmer and Danger Diabolik - meet the many pretenders to James Bond's throne...

Since 1962, the James Bond franchise has come to define the spy genre, for good or ill. More broadly, every thriller and action film that comes out now either uses them as inspiration, or attempts to ignore or re-work the tropes that have come to be associated with the series.

Coming off the release of Kingsman: The Secret Service, and with the release of a new Bond film this year, now seems like the perfect time to take a look at a sample of the films which have been inspired by James Bond — either as homages, parodies or reactions.

The Ipcress File (1965)

Produced by James Bond producer Harry Saltzman as a more grounded alternative to the largesse of Bond, The Ipcress File is more concerned with the intricacies of real spy-work — the endless paperwork, »

- simonbrew

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The Evolution of James Bond

21 April 2015 9:00 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Code number 007 is on the mind of fans as they anticipate the new Bond film which is expected to be released this year.

Commander James Bond, Cmg, Rn is a fictional character created by novelist and British journalist Ian Fleming in 1952. Bond is a Secret Service agent who is a composite based upon a number of commandos known by Ian Fleming during his service in the Naval Intelligence Division during World War II. The character’s name was appropriated by Fleming from American ornithologist James Bond. The code number 007 is from one of the key achievements of British naval intelligence, breaking the German diplomatic code in World War I.

Fleming’s fiction character appeared in a series of twelve novels, two short story collections, a number of continuation novels, and over twenty Bond films. Spanning more than half of a century, there have been several actors who played James Bond on the big screen. »

- Gary Collinson

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James Bond voice actor Robert Rietti dies, aged 92

19 April 2015 8:28 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Voice actor Robert Rietti has died, aged 92.

Rietti was known for lending his voice to James Bond villains when filmmakers wanted to re-record lines.

According to The Times, Rietti died on April 3.

Among the villains he dubbed were Emilio Largo (Adolfo Celi) in 1965's Thunderball and Ernst Stavro Blofeld (John Hollis) in 1981's For Your Eyes Only.

"In nearly every Bond picture, there's been a foreign villain, and in almost every case, they've used my voice," Rietti once said.

Throughout his career, he also voiced characters in The Guns of Navarone (1961), Lawrence of Arabia (1962), The Fall of the Roman Empire (1964), Doctor Zhivago (1965), Barbarella (1968), Frenzy (1972), Murder on the Orient Express (1974) and Trail of the Pink Panther (1982). »

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Christoph Waltz: 'I'm not playing Blofeld in James Bond movie Spectre'

7 April 2015 1:14 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Christoph Waltz has denied that he is playing classic James Bond villain Blofeld in Spectre.

The actor will star in the Sam Mendes-directed film alongside Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes and Naomie Harris.

Since his casting was announced at a press conference late last year, the internet has been abuzz with rumours that he will play Ernst Stavro Blofeld, who is known as the head of criminal organisation Spectre.

The character last appeared in For Your Eyes Only, although the character was unnamed due to an ongoing legal dispute.

Speaking to GQ about the Blofeld rumours, Waltz said: "That is absolutely untrue. That rumour started on the internet, and the internet is a pest. The name of my character is Franz Oberhauser."

Meanwhile, the actor admitted to hesitating when he was first offered a role in the latest Bond film.

"I always hesitate... You ask yourself, hang on - what »

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‘Fiddler On the Roof’ Actor Chaim Topol Awarded Israel Prize

30 March 2015 7:38 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Tel Aviv – Israeli actor Chaim Topol, best known for his performance as Tevye the milkman in “Fiddler On the Roof,” has been awarded Israel’s highest honor: the Israel Prize for Lifetime Achievement.

Israel’s Education Ministry, which oversees the prize, announced the award on Monday.

Topol, 79, is among Israel’s most decorated actors. The winner of two Golden Globes, including one for his performance as Tevye, he has also been nominated for both an Academy Award and a Tony Award.

He broke onto the Israeli screen in 1964’s “Sallah Shabati,” a racially tinged comedy that was one of the first true Israeli hits, and which made history for being the first Israeli film to ever earn an Oscar nomination.

During his long career, Topol has also appeared on Broadway and West End stages, and in films in both Israel and Hollywood. He played the title role in Joseph Losey’s “Galileo, »

- Debra Kamin

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James Bond 007: revisiting Diamonds Are Forever

22 March 2015 5:43 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Sean Connery returns to play James Bond in Diamonds Are Forever. It is not 007's finest outing.

A strange offering this one, sandwiched between two considerably more significant films. Undoubtedly a lightweight outing, despite featuring a heavyweight star in more ways than one. The cartoonish tone is sharpened by lashings of violence and a surprisingly high body count. A moribund Connery and garish Las Vegas add to the sense of a series going to seed. Implausibilities abound through Diamonds Are Forever. Yet its dysfunctional parts create a film that, while far from a classic, has a certain battered panache – and a wry smile throughout. I rather like it.

The Villain: Like buses, Blofelds come in threes. After Donald and Telly, here’s Charles – utterly estranged from his predecessors in appearance and manner. This Blofeld has hair, a penchant for crossdressing and a rather winning air of bonhomie. Plus there’s three of him. »

- simonbrew

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