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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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Spectre: Bond movie's theme song is recorded and its singer will be announced soon

19 July 2015 9:31 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Sam Mendes has revealed that the new James Bond song for Spectre is complete.

The director, however, did not share who will be singing it. The last Bond song, 'Skyfall', was performed by award-winning singer Adele.

Mendes told BBC, "I can say that the song's been recorded and it's fantastic and I'm very excited about it. You won't have to wait long."

Earlier this month, Ellie Goulding sparked speculation that she will be singing the new Bond song after tweeting: "Live and let die".

Live and let die

Ellie Goulding (@elliegoulding) July 9, 2015

Live and Let Die, written and recorded by Sir Paul McCartney, is the song title of a 1973 Bond film of the same name starring Roger Moore as the iconic Ian Fleming secret agent.

Other previous artists who have performed the Bond theme song include Tom Jones for Thunderball, Louis Armstrong for On Her Majesty's Secret Service, »

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Bond theme song done and will be announced soon

19 July 2015 9:31 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Sam Mendes has revealed that the new James Bond song for Spectre is complete.

The director, however, did not share who will be singing it. The last Bond song, 'Skyfall', was performed by award-winning singer Adele.

Mendes told BBC, "I can say that the song's been recorded and it's fantastic and I'm very excited about it. You won't have to wait long."

Earlier this month, Ellie Goulding sparked speculation that she will be singing the new Bond song after tweeting: "Live and let die".

Live and let die

Ellie Goulding (@elliegoulding) July 9, 2015

Live and Let Die, written and recorded by Sir Paul McCartney, is the song title of a 1973 Bond film of the same name starring Roger Moore as the iconic Ian Fleming secret agent.

Other previous artists who have performed the Bond theme song include Tom Jones for Thunderball, Louis Armstrong for On Her Majesty's Secret Service, »

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50 forgotten sci-fi films from the 1990s

16 July 2015 3:25 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

We may remember Independence Day, The Matrix, The Phantom Menace. But what about these forgotten 90s sci-fi films? And are any worth seeing?

Think back to the science fiction cinema of the 1990s, and some of the decade's biggest box-office hits will immediately spring to mind: The Phantom Menace, Jurassic Park, Independence Day, Men In Black, Armageddon and Terminator 2 were all in the top 20 most lucrative films of the era.

But what about the sci-fi films of the 1990s that failed to make even close to the same cultural and financial impact of those big hitters? These are the films this list is devoted to - the flops, the straight-to-video releases, the low-budget and critically-derided. We've picked 50 live-action films that fit these criteria, and dug them up to see whether they're still worth watching in the 21st century.

So here's a mix of everything from hidden classics to forgettable dreck, »

- ryanlambie

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Martin Campbell to direct Jackie Chan in Chinatown thriller

15 July 2015 10:18 PM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

British director Martin Campbell (Casino Royale, Goldeneye), is in talks to direct Jackie Chan in a new thriller that was previously titled The Foreigner. The movie, from China-backed Stx Entertainment, revolves around “a restaurant owner in London’s Chinatown who is tracking down a group of Irish terrorists responsible for the death of his daughter.”

The movie did have actor/director Nick Cassavettes at the helm, but he doesn’t seem to be attached to the project at all now. The movie, which is being produced by China-based backers Stx Entertainment, is based on a book named The Chinaman by Stephen Leather, which was first published back in 2008. We found the full synopsis for it on Amazon.

The Chinaman understood death.

Jungle-skilled, silent and lethal, he had killed for the Viet Cong and then for the Americans. He had watched helpless when his two eldest daughters had been raped and killed by Thai pirates. »

- Paul Heath

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Martin Campbell in talks to direct Jackie Chan in Taken-style thriller

15 July 2015 2:57 PM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Jackie Chan is once again going to try and hit it big in North America with a new film tentatively titled The Foreigner. Last we heard, The Foreigner was going to be directed by Nick Cassavetes who no longer appears to be attached to the project. Instead, Casino Royale and Goldeneye director Martin Campbell is in talks to helm the revenge thriller. The Stx Entertainment thriller has a very... Read More »

- Alex Maidy

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Campbell, Hardwicke Score New Projects

15 July 2015 9:35 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Martin Campbell ("Casino Royale," "Goldeneye") is in talks to direct a now untitled Jackie Chan film, previously known as "The Foreigner," for Stx Entertainment. David Marconi and Peter Buchman penned the adaptation of the Stephen Leather novel.

Chan will play a humble restaurant owner in London's Chinatown who is forced to push his moral and physical boundaries to track down the group of rogue Irish terrorists responsible for the death of his beloved daughter after the justice system fails him.

Meanwhile, Catherine Hardwicke ("Twilight," "Red Riding Hood") is set to direct a film adaptation of Jerry Spinelli's bestselling 2000 young adult novel "Stargirl" for Gotham Group, Hahnscape Entertainment and Bcdf Productions.

The story follows a homeschooled teenager who enrolls in an Arizona high school, altering the ecosystem of the student body with her nonconformity. Kristin Hahn will adapt the script and produce with filming to begin this Fall.

Source: Variety »

- Garth Franklin

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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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Blu-ray Review – Mona Lisa (1986)

6 July 2015 12:30 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Mona Lisa, 1986.

Directed by Neil Jordan.

Starring Bob Hoskins, Cathy Tyson, Michael Caine, Robbie Coltrane, Sammi Davis, Clarke Peters, Kate Hardie, Zoe Nathenson and Joe Brown.

Synopsis:

An ex-con just released from prison lands a job driving a call girl from job to job.

Arrow Films follow-up their excellent release of The Long Good Friday with Mona Lisa, the 1986 crime drama directed by Neil Jordan (The Company of Wolves) and starring the late, great Bob Hoskins. Hoskins plays George, a criminal released from prison and looking for a job. After going to see his ex-wife and daughter and being told where to go, George goes to see his former colleagues and is offered work driving high-class call girl Simone (Cathy Tyson – The Serpent & The Rainbow) from job to job. Sounds easy but George’s rough, wide-boy charm and Simone’s more elegant manner initially causes the two to clash, until »

- Gary Collinson

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Round-Up: Nomads, The Erotic Rites Of Frankenstein Blu-rays, Pernicious Comic-Con 2015 Screening Details

25 June 2015 8:06 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

From legendary director John McTiernan, Nomads will arrive on Blu-ray on August 18th. The Erotic Rites of Frankenstein Blu-ray, as well as details on a screening of Pernicious at San Diego Comic-Con 2015, are also showcased in this round-up.

Nomads: Press Release: "If you’ve never been frightened by anything, you’ll be frightened by this! Scream Factory presents Nomads, the chilling tale of supernatural evil, in its Blu-ray debut on August 18, 2015, complete with new bonus feature interviews.

Lesley-Anne Down (Sphinx, Death Wish V) and Pierce Brosnan (GoldenEye, The November Man) is top-notch in "the most stylish supernatural-themed chiller... since Carrie" (Variety)! Also starring Adam Ant (Slam Dance), Mary Woronov (Death Race 2000) and Frank Doubleday (Escape from New York) and written and directed by John McTiernan (Predator, Die Hard, The Hunt for Red October).

They creep. They kill... and no one knows who they are or where they came from. »

- Tamika Jones

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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

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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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‘Best Of Bond’ season opens with ‘Dr. No’ and ‘Goldfinger’ double

11 June 2015 4:45 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

You can’t help but feel sorry for George Lazenby. Not only is his solitary Bond outing On Her Majesty’s Secret Service almost universally under-rated, he’s also the only lead unable to see himself on the big screen in glorious digitally remastered Sony 4K format.

In a move that will make all Bond fans rejoice, Vue Cinemas have decided to host a special ‘Best Of Bond’ season over the course of June and July, with double bills showcasing some of 007’s most iconic films (and The World Is Not Enough) – in the Sony 4K format.

Launching on Sunday 14th June, each double bill will focus firmly on one leading man, beginning with original star Sean Connery’s portrayal of the secret agent in classics Dr. No and Goldfinger.

The character’s silver screen debut, Dr. No sees James Bond travel to Jamaica following the disappearance of another British agent. »

- Mike McCarthy

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Watch: Milla Jovovich Gets Scolded in Exclusive 'Survivor' Clip

30 May 2015 7:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Read More: Watch: Emma Thompson and Pierce Brosnan are Divorcées Turned Crime Capers in New 'Love Punch' Clips [Editor's Note: This post is presented in partnership with Time Warner Cable Movies On Demand in support of Indie Film Month. "Survivor," is available now On Demand. Need help finding a movie to watch? Let TWC find the best fit for your mood here.]   You could be forgiven for confusing James McTeigue's new film "Survivor" with the long-running reality television series of the same name. Watch the clip from the film above to clear that all up. It features Milla Jovovich being scolded by a U.K. bureaucrat for unorthodox work tactics. In the film, Jovovich ("The Fifth Element," "Resident Evil") stars as a security officer who is forced to go on the run after accidentally uncovering a terrorist conspiracy at the U.S. embassy in London. Pierce Brosnan ("Goldeneye," "The World Is Not »

- Becca Nadler

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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, »

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Why 1995 Was the Best Year in Movie History

30 April 2015 12:34 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

All week our writers will debate: Which was the greatest film year of the past half century. Click here for a complete list of our essays. When I picked this year, it was under the mistaken assumption that we were writing on the best film of a year, and not the best film year in general. But having realized the mistake, I stand by my choice.  1995 is still the best! Straight up: 1995 wins, because Todd Haynes’s “[Safe]" is still my favorite film to have come out since, Idk, I’ve been alive. It’s deeply self-conscious about genre, while still managing to not really resemble anything I’ve ever seen. It’s the perfect film about L.A.; about how space is mobilized in cinema; about the environment; about Gothic horror; about white femininity; about film bodies; about falling in love in the movies. It’s Todd Motherf*#@$^ Haynes’s best film. »

- Jane Hu

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Do you feel the power of the Gladiators? 10 stars of the hit '90s show then and now

30 April 2015 9:00 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

"Do you feel the power of the Gladiators? Can you face the challenge of the champions? Do you have the courage of the heroes?

"Do you have the will or the skill? Do you have the strength, the speed the heart to be a winner? Deep down in your Soul?"

These were the fundamental questions posed by ITV's original Gladiators, to both the audience and brave contenders who dared to take part. While this particular writer longed to be Lightning (her backflips were to die for), all the seemingly superhuman powerhouses were forces to reckon with - only occasionally tamed by strict referee John Anderson.

Originally hosted by John Fashanu and Ulrika Jonsson, Gladiators was what Saturday nights in the '90s were made of.

So as Saracen (aka Mike Lewis) returns to our small screens to tackle the Ninja Warrior UK obstacle course, we pick out some of the »

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25 underrated 1990s movie soundtracks

28 April 2015 3:02 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

From Muppet Treasure Island to Speed, we take a look at the 90s soundtracks that deserve another listen...

Ah, the 1990s. The decade that brought us The Lion King. Titanic. Quentin Tarantino. That wordless bathroom scene in Baz Luhrmann's Romeo + Juliet. Angelo Badalamenti's Twin Peaks. Duel of the Fates from Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. In the Mood for Love.

It was a good 10 years for film music, no doubt.

But scratch the surface of 1991 through 1999 and there are tons of good scores ready to spring a surprise on your ears. Some were attached to sorely underrated movies, others were overshadowed by wildly successful ones, and some have simply been forgotten in the passage of time.

Here, in no particular order, are the top 25 underappreciated film soundtracks from the 1990s.

1. Chaplin - John Barry

Okay, let's start with a big one. Richard Attenborough. Robert Downey Jr. John Barry. »

- simonbrew

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Famke Janssen Signs With ICM Partners

27 April 2015 1:47 PM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Famke Janssen, who is just wrapping up the third and final season of Netflix’s original series Hemlock Grove, has signed with ICM Partners. The model-turned-actress who got her start as Bond girl Xenia Onatopp in GoldenEye had been with CAA. On the film side, Janssen starred in the X-Men trilogy playing Jean Grey/Phoenix and in the Taken trilogy opposite Liam Neeson. On the TV side, she co-starred in Ryan Murphy’s FX series Nip/Tuck. In 2011, Janssen wrote and made her… »

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Famke Janssen Signs With ICM Partners

27 April 2015 1:47 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Famke Janssen, who is just wrapping up the third and final season of Netflix’s original series Hemlock Grove, has signed with ICM Partners. The model-turned-actress who got her start as Bond girl Xenia Onatopp in GoldenEye had been with CAA. On the film side, Janssen starred in the X-Men trilogy playing Jean Grey/Phoenix and in the Taken trilogy opposite Liam Neeson. On the TV side, she co-starred in Ryan Murphy’s FX series Nip/Tuck. In 2011, Janssen wrote and made her… »

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James Bond 007: revisiting The Spy Who Loved Me

12 April 2015 6:15 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

The underwater car, the terrifying henchman and perhaps the most iconic opening scene of all time. The Spy Who Loved Me is a cracker...

And so we arrive at the best Epic Bond of the lot. A great big chocolate fudge sundae of a film with extra waffles and butterscotch ice cream. It begins by making a parachute iconic and cracks on from there. Boasts a henchman, car and girl to rival Goldfinger, and a villainous scheme even more deranged than You Only Live Twice. Nuclear Armageddon meets Finding Nemo – what’s not to like? Hops around the globe without losing its direction. Never once stops trying to please the audience. Never fails to.

The Villain: Overshadowed by his henchman. Stromberg isn’t a terrible antagonist but he hardly sets the pulse racing. Comes across a bit Blofeld-lite: (I Can’t Believe it’s not Blofeld!) Spectre were supposed to »

- simonbrew

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