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The top 25 secret agents in film

27 August 2015 6:43 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Ahead of American Ultra's arrival in UK cinemas, here's our pick of the 25 finest, sneakiest secret agents in film...

Operatives. Spies. Moles. Infiltrators. Secret agents go by many names. In fact, Britain's national security agency doesn't even call them agents - they're covert human intelligence sources, or simply “officers".

Whatever we choose to call them, secret agents lead necessarily furtive and obscure lives - so obscure that most of what we know about them is defined by what we've seen and read in books and movies.

During the Cold War, the image of the secret agent as a well-groomed sophisticate in a suit proliferated all over the world, and even in the high-tech landscape of the 21st century, that image still stands - just look at such movies as Kingsman: The Secret Service, The Man From U.N.C.L.E. and, of course, the Bond franchise. But secret agents can come in many other guises, »

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Vin Diesel confirms that xXx: The Return of Xander Cage will shoot this year

24 August 2015 11:00 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

After enjoying monumental success with this summer’s Fast & Furious 7 ($1.51 billion so far), Vin Diesel looks like he might be stepping back into another old familiar with word from his official Instagram that xXx 3 is on the horizon.

xXx 3 has long been touted as a potential future vehicle for Diesel, moreso after he ressurrected Riddick in 2013. Set to be entitled xXx: The Return of Xander Cage, it looks like the third installmenet will go before the cameras this Christmas, with Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines writer Michael Ferris and John Brancato working on the most recent version of the script. No director is yet attached.

xXx, directed by The Fast & The Furious‘ Rob Cohen, was released in 2002 and grossed over $277 million worldwide from a $70million budget; the sequel, xXx: State of the Union, which starred Ice Cube, replacing Diesel as the “new” XXX, grossed $71 million worldwide with Lee Tamahori »

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Franchise Reboots: A Necessary Evil

11 August 2015 12:13 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

In the aftermath of this weeks disastrous Fantastic Four release, David Opie argues that reboots are still essential to modern day filmmaking…

Remake. Reimagining. Reboot. The Three dreaded R’s of Hollywood.

Every day, it seems that studios announce plans to launch yet another a new franchise reboot and every day, the internet responds with a collective groan louder than the sound of Fantastic Four crashing and burning at the box office.

See Also: Fantastic Four Clobbered At The Box Office

“How dare they mess with a classic!?”

“Is there no originality left in Hollywood!”

“Too Soon!”

In the harshest backhanded compliment ever given, critics are describing the new Fantastic Four movie as the best so far, yet the reviews are overwhelmingly negative, seemingly confirming the fears that fans held about the project ever since it was first announced. Fantastic Four isn’t the only reboot suffering from a backlash though. »

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Star Trek: Nemesis - what went wrong?

6 August 2015 6:34 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Star Trek 10 was supposed to lead into a further Next Generation crew movie, had all gone to plan. It didn't. So what happened?

1996's Star Trek: First Contact took $150 million worldwide, on a budget of $46 million. 1998's Star Trek: Insurrection managed to swallow a budget of $70 million and only return $118 worldwide, but after the critical feedback about that film, surely a darker action film along the same lines as First Contact would jump the box office back up? That appeared to be the thought pattern at Paramount, as it greenlit a further adventure for the Star Trek: The Next Generation cast. Star Trek: Nemesis was born.

The film, released in December 2002 in the Us, would go on to take $67m at the global box office, off the back of a $60m budget. It'd sell 1.3m DVDs in its first week in America, and in the scheme of things, was a financial disappointment. »

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Who Will Be Singing the Next Bond Song?

31 July 2015 10:50 AM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Even though we have three more long months before the release of the next Bond film, Spectre, people are already buzzing about who will sing the film's theme song. It's going to be tough to beat Adele's Oscar-winning song "Skyfall," but we're sure whoever lands the gig will do a spectacular job. Bond-tune buffs Adrian Daub and Charlie Kronengold list off their best guesses in this post originally featured on Oxford University Press's blog. Image Source: Columbia Pictures Now's the moment to be a fan of the Bond songs. Spectre, the new film, comes out this November. That means we'll hear an official unofficial leak of the title song sometime this Summer. Everybody's been guessing who the singer is. Twitter says it'll be Sam Smith or Lana Del Rey. Sam Smith says it isn't him and claims that he "heard Ellie Goulding was going to do it." The Telegraph »

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What if Pierce Brosnan came back as James Bond for Spectre? Here's your must-see 007 video of the day

30 July 2015 8:40 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Many Bond fans felt a bit miffed when Pierce Brosnan was given his marching orders after Die Another Day.

Sure, his final 007 movie wasn't much cop - but it delivered decent box office returns and showed that he still had ammo left in his Walther Ppk.

8 coolest things you didn't spot in the Spectre trailer

22 best and worst Bond theme songs ranked

YouTube user The Unusual Suspect obviously has a lot of love for the fifth Bond, cutting together a fresh version of the Spectre trailer which replaces Daniel Craig with a grizzled Brosnan.

It works surprisingly well, with clips from Brosnan's recent films Survivor and November Man (plus a bit of Die Another Day) all weaving together into one seamless whole.

Those who prefer the Daniel Craig version of Spectre can watch the latest trailer below. The film will open in the UK on October 26 and November 6 in the Us. »

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Is that insane Bond Spectre helicopter stunt even possible? The answer is yes, and here's why

28 July 2015 6:00 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Spectre's latest trailer got everyone talking thanks to its jaw-dropping stunt that saw a helicopter complete a 360° corkscrew (aping the famous car flip from The Man with the Golden Gun).

The question on everyone's lips: can the heli-stunt be executed for real? Digital Spy quizzed Roger Gower, an Atp rated helicopter pilot with over 10 years' commercial experience, on Bond, Mission: Impossible and more to get the lowdown on some of Hollywood's most death-defying aerial stunts. The verdict?

Spectre's insane heli-corkscrew is actually possible

"Is it possible to pull off that Spectre stunt? Several military helicopters can do it - the Apache, Westland Lynx to name two. The Red Bull stunt helicopter does rolls and loops as well. Even if the helicopter wasn't meant to be able to go upside down, if you could keep a positive G-Force on the rotor system - difficult when upside down - most helicopters could »

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Spectre: breaking down the new trailer

22 July 2015 2:58 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Daniel Craig is back at James Bond 007 in Spectre. And the new trailer gives some clues as to what to expect. Here's our detailed look...

Blimey, it's hard to beat a good James Bond trailer these days. Mirroring the memorable marketing campaign for Skyfall, the new trailer for Sam Mendes' second Bond movie gives us far more to chew on than March's teaser. Our analysis of that one is here.

It also gives us an idea of how the film will go back to the basics of the series while simultaneously tying up loose ends from the previous three films starring Daniel Craig, by bringing back the titular criminal organisation from the original run. If you haven't watched the trailer yet, take a look at the embedded video below and then read on for some potentially spoilery analysis of what's going on...

Looks good, right? Planes, trains, automobiles and »

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New Spectre Trailer Is Awesome (And Pretty Much Confirms A Big Fan Theory)

22 July 2015 1:28 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Columbia Pictures

Is Christoph Waltz Blofeld? We still don’t know, but it’s certainly seeming that way – just look at that jacket he’s wearing in the brand new trailer.

Everyone’s been expecting the two-time Oscar winner to play the head of terrorist conglomerate Spectre since he was first rumoured to play the villain in the new 007 film, and every development – the film being called Spectre, him being the leader of the film’s organisation, – has backed that up. Sam Mendes and co. have obviously been trying to play it down, reaffirming he’s simply playing the contextually-cool Franz Oberhauser, but with that jacket (a modern update of the classic get up Ernst Stavro), the cat is definitely off the lap (unless Andrew Scott’s Denbigh is the real villain, but that’s a theory for another day).

Yes, a new trailer (the first full one after a run of teasers, »

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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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Prison Break Stars Confirm 'Brilliant' Plans for Limited Series

14 July 2015 2:50 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

If Lincoln and Michael taught us anything, it’s that solid intel is your best friend when you’re planning a Prison Break.

So we were psyched to hear Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell themselves confirm our scoop from last month that Fox’s continuation of the drama is coming closer to actually happening.

Video X-Files: Mulder and Scully Are on the Case in Revival’s First Fleeting Footage

“That’s in the offing, yeah,” Miller told Michael Ausiello while the actor — as well as Purcell, his castmate in The CW’s upcoming DC’s Legends of Tomorrow — were in »

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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, »

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Competition: Win ‘Return to Sender’ on Blu-ray

2 July 2015 11:01 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

To celebrate the release of Return To Sender – on download, DVD and Blu-ray from 6th July 2015 – we have a copy on Blu-ray to giveaway courtesy of Arrow Films.

Gone Girl meets Misery in a tense and unforgiving psychological thriller, starring Academy Award Nominee Rosamund Pike proving once again that she is the star to watch in 2015. Unafraid to break new ground, Return To Sender will leave audiences wanting more as it dares to challenge with unexpected turns and surprises.

Rosamund Pike stars as a small town nurse who gets brutally attacked and raped in her own home by a mysterious man (Shiloh Fernandez). Following his arrest, she starts to write to him but the letters all get returned unopened. Determined to confront him she then starts to regularly visit him in prison and seemingly befriends him, against her father’s (Nick Nolte) express wishes. Unable to understand his daughters intentions »

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Giveaway – Win Return to Sender on Blu-ray

21 June 2015 2:15 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

To celebrate the release of Return To Sender – on download, DVD & Blu-ray from 6th July 2015 – we have a copy on Blu-ray to giveaway courtesy of Arrow Films.

Gone Girl meets Misery in a tense and unforgiving psychological thriller, starring Academy Award Nominee Rosamund Pike proving once again that she is the star to watch in 2015. Unafraid to break new ground, Return To Sender will leave audiences wanting more as it dares to challenge with unexpected turns and surprises.

Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl) stars as a small town nurse who gets brutally attacked and raped in her own home by a mysterious man (Shiloh Fernandez). Following his arrest, she starts to write to him but the letters all get returned unopened. Determined to confront him she then starts to regularly visit him in prison and seemingly befriends him, against her father’s (Nick Nolte) express wishes. Unable to understand his daughters »

- Gary Collinson

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Spectre: 8 Big Clues Hidden In The New Teaser Trailer

10 June 2015 1:55 PM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Sony Pictures

The recently released teaser trailer of Spectre, the eagerly-anticipated 24th instalment of the iconic James Bond series, brought a crucial aspect of the movie to the fore: action. Several shots of action sequences in Rome, Mexico and the Alps are revealed, each giving viewers subtle clues to the overall shape and style of the movie.

There are still, of course, several months of filming to complete before Spectre’s November premiere, but plans certainly seem to be coming to fruition.

Skyfall got the series back on track after the lacklustre (and horrendously edited) Quantum of Solace, most noticeably in terms of a cohesive narrative. A slightly more overlooked improvement, however, was the vast improvement of action sequences – providing fans with the right balance of spectacular thrills and gritty realism.

If this trailer is anything to go by, Spectre will perhaps lean more towards the ostentatious side of things, »

- Jack G King

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How Hollywood soundtracks repeat the same old tune

9 June 2015 9:57 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

If you see a movie for the first time and swear you've heard the score before, it may not be your imagination...

Last month, the American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada (Afm) sued six major studios for reusing film soundtracks in other films without paying the appropriate compensation. It's the kind of news that will make people roll their eyes. Ah yes, they'll say after seeing the headlines. Typical Hollywood. Not even the music's original any more.

But go beyond the headlines about reusing the same music too much and delve into the lawsuit and it reveals an interesting insight into the kind of situations where music does get repeated.

The lawsuit, it soon becomes evident, isn't about the use of music in itself (a quick browse through the soundtracks for the titles in question, such as This Means War or Argo, reveals that they have »

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Copy/Paste: Point Break, Big Trouble in Little China, and a Shared 007 Universe?

4 June 2015 12:11 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Copy/Paste examines trends in the world of cinematic remakes, reboots, and re-imaginings. Whether we want them or not…

Every film, TV Show, Comic Book, and Video Game you love is under consideration for a remake. There have been a half-dozen attempts to mount a re-make of Casablanca. They’ve considered a prequel to Jaws. There was at one point serious consideration to making The Godfather Part 4. Nothing you love is sacred. Everything will be re-monetized. Your indignation is meaningless.

They will strip mine your past while your inner child dies like a canary in a cage.

This week the internet reacted poorly to the announcement that Big Trouble in Little China was getting a remake starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. The John Carpenter film holds a special place in the hearts of middle-aged fanboys who hold the original beyond reproach, or in this case, ‘beyond remake’. And yet, here we are. »

- Anghus Houvouras

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10 Best James Bond Movies Of All Time

13 May 2015 9:13 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

MGM

It’s been 53 years since Dr. No first introduced cinema-goers to James Bond, author (and former Oss agent) Ian Fleming’s incredibly English secret agent. At this point, there have been 23 official Bond movies made since 1962 (there’s another on the way in November – you’ve probably heard), with six different actors playing 007 through six different decades.

Obviously it’s difficult to maintain consistency over 53 years, and not every Bond film has been totally successful. 007’s is a strange franchise in that it goes through periods of apparently immense cultural importance as well as periods where it seems like the character’s day is done, and through those times the series has been responsible for as many dire moments as great ones.

Thankfully, the Bond franchise’s best movies more than make up for the weaker ones. It’s the longest-running movie series for a reason, and the reason »

- Brogan Morris

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