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Every James Bond Movie Is Coming to Prime Video

Every James Bond Movie Is Coming to Prime Video
At long last, James Bond fans will have plenty to feast their eyes on if they subscribe to Amazon's Prime Video. On Thursday, Prime Video announced that all 25 James Bond films, including the most recent release No Time to Die, will be available to watch on October 5. The movies will also be released with an exclusive documentary called The Sound of 007, which is produced by filmmaker Mat Whitecross and follows the six-decade history of the musical scores in the James Bond franchise.
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James Bond 60th Anniversary celebration brings all 25 Bond films and more to Prime Video

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James Bond 60th Anniversary celebration brings all 25 Bond films and more to Prime Video
Amazon’s Prime Video is celebrating cinema’s most iconic superspy with a James Bond 60th Anniversary event that will leave subscribers shaken and stirred. The party starts on October 5 with No Time to Die widely available to watch on the streaming platform alongside The Sound of 007, a feature documentary by Mat Whitecross focusing on six decades of music in the James Bond saga.

For a limited time, 25 Bond movies are hitting Amazon’s Prime Video for the James Bond 60th Anniversary presentation, including Dr. No, From Russia with Love, Goldfinger, Thunderball, You Only Live Twice, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, Diamonds Are Forever, Live and Let Die, The Man with the Golden Gun, The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker, For Your Eyes Only, Octopussy, A View to a Kill, The Living Daylights, Licence to Kill, GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough, Die Another Day, Casino Royale,
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James Bond Franchise Comes To Prime Video In U.S., UK And Other Territories

James Bond Franchise Comes To Prime Video In U.S., UK And Other Territories
After closing an 8.45 billion deal last year to buy MGM, the longtime home of the James Bond franchise, Amazon has announced that 25 Bond films are heading to Prime Video in the U.S., UK and a few other territories.

The move is hailed as part of the franchise’s 60th anniversary.

Along with official posters and trailers, Prime Video also unveiled The Sound of 007, a Mat Whitecross-helmed feature documentary about the six-decade history of Bond music. The doc will premiere exclusively on Prime Video in 240 countries and territories worldwide. All 25 of the Bond franchise films and The Sound of 007 will be available October 5.

After the live Eon Productions and David Arnold-created charity concert at the Royal Albert Hall on October 4, Prime Video will globally stream an exclusive recording of the show. At the concert, guest vocalists and a host of stars will perform iconic Bond themes.

The 25 films
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All 25 James Bond Films to Land on Prime Video

All 25 James Bond Films to Land on Prime Video
The name’s Video… Prime Video.

Amazon’s streaming service is set to be the new home of all 25 James Bond movies in the United States, the United Kingdom and other key territories. Starting on Oct. 5, everything from “Dr. No” and “From Russia With Love” to “Skyfall” and “No Time to Die” will be available to stream on Prime Video.

As part of the franchise’s 60th-anniversary celebration, the streamer also plans to release the documentary “The Sound of 007” on Oct. 5. On the same day, “The Sound of 007: Live From the Royal Albert Hall,” an exclusive recording of the live charity concert, will land on Prime Video.

Mat Whitecross directed “The Sound of 007,” which pulls back the curtain on the enduring property and the many actors, from Sean Connery to Daniel Craig, who portrayed the suave super-spy on screen.

According to Amazon, the 25 Bond films will only be available “for a limited time,
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All 25 James Bond Movies to Stream on Amazon Prime Video Next Week

All 25 James Bond Movies to Stream on Amazon Prime Video Next Week
At long last, all 25 James Bond films will be available for streaming in one place, with the entire 007 franchise officially landing on Amazon Prime Video starting next week on October 5.

For years due to various rights issues, the Bond movies were scattered across numerous disparate streaming services and never all in one place, with some — namely a couple of the Daniel Craig entries — being especially tricky to track down for streaming. As part of the 60th anniversary celebration for Bond, but also in no small part thanks to Amazon’s acquisition of MGM earlier this year, that’s finally changing, and Bond fans now have access to all the films as included with a Prime Video subscription.

However, Amazon specifies that the films will only be available “for a limited time,” and that includes subscribers in the U.S. but also the U.K., Australia, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico/Latin America (excluding Brazil), Spain,
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‘Ooh Cameo fwends:’ Inbetweeners star James Buckley ‘becomes video platform’s first UK millionaire’

‘Ooh Cameo fwends:’ Inbetweeners star James Buckley ‘becomes video platform’s first UK millionaire’
The Inbetweeners star James Buckley is continuing to take Cameo by storm in the UK.

The comedy actor joined the video platform in March 2020, where he swiftly gained popularity for his willingness to send personalised videos quoting his famous catchphrases from the sitcom.

Buckley, who played Jay Cartwright on the Channel 4 show, regularly responds to requests for clips, with reports in 2021 revealing that he was responding to as many as 37 requests a day.

At the time, company co-founder Martin Blencowe said that actor “takes it very seriously”, adding: “He’s ready to do the work.”

It seems this has paid off following reports that Buckley has now become the first non-us celebrity to make 1m from the platform.

Confirming the report, Blencowe commented on why Buckley continues to be so successful on the app.

“James was incredibly popular from the start, but he’s stayed committed to his fans,
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Movie Review: No Time to Die

Movie Review: No Time to Die
The Bond movies aren’t about to end just yet, since the franchise is a little too popular to simply drop at this time. Considering how long these movies have been around, one can’t help but think that whoever takes on the 007 designation is going to be in for a lot of criticism no matter how good they are since this isn’t a role that people can’t just jump into and expect to be revered. No Time to Die is one of those movies that some might feel is a fitting end to a franchise, while others might feel that

Movie Review: No Time to Die
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‘Dancing With The Stars’ To Feature ‘Bond Night’ With 007-Themed Dance Numbers

‘Dancing With The Stars’ To Feature ‘Bond Night’ With 007-Themed Dance Numbers
Dancing With the Stars” on Disney+ will be devoting an entire show to cinema’s most iconic super spy with next week’s “Bond Night.”

In celebration of the 60th anniversary of James Bond on the silver screen, the 14 remaining “DWTS” couples will perform dances to classic songs from the James Bond franchise.

The evening will kick off with a special pro-dancer performance set to to “Live and Let Die” by Paul McCartney & Wings.

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This will be followed by:

Joseph Baena and pro Alexis Warr (filling in for Daniella Karagach) performing an Argentine Tango to “Writing’s On the Wall” by Sam Smith;

Selma Blair and pro Sasha Farber dancing a Rumba to “For Your Eyes Only” by Sheena Easton;

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Karen Gillan goes casual in tight jeans for NYC coffee run

Karen Gillan goes casual in tight jeans for NYC coffee run
Karen Gillan has been out to get some coffee in NYC. Pic credit: ©Imagecollect.com/Birdie Thompson/AdMedia

Karen Gillan has been spotted rocking the casual look as she nipped out on a coffee run in New York City.

The 34-year-old Guardians of the Galaxy star looked amazing as she appeared to be taking a casual stroll down the sidewalk.

Karen donned a loose-fitting purply cozy soft woolly sweater. The garment was loosely knitted with baggy arms and looked ideal for fall weather.

On the bottom half, Karen wore a pair of skinny jeans with some Doc Martens boots, which really highlighted her super-toned legs.

Her long reddish hair looked natural as it flowed over her shoulders.

And she topped off the laidback look with a navy-colored baseball bat.

Pic credit: Backgrid

When not on a coffee run, Karen has been busy reprising her role as Nebula in this summer’s Thor: Love and Thunder,
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Epix Announces Rebranding to MGM+

Epix Announces Rebranding to MGM+
More changes are afoot within the television industry.

Epix, the premium television network delivering a broad lineup of quality original series and docuseries, the latest movie releases, and classic film franchises, will rebrand as MGM+ on January 15, 2023.

Don't worry; your favorite content and ways to access it will remain fairly static.

Epix made the announcement today, saying the rebranding will exemplify the network's brand promise to provide premium cinematic television and a curated leading theatrical library, delivered by one of the world's most enduring entertainment brands.

The rebranded network will continue to deliver premium content with scripted originals, including the Emmy-winner Godfather of Harlem, the epic romantic adventure Billy the Kid, the contemporary sci-fi horror thriller From, and bold dramas Rogue Heroes and Belgravia.

The new brand will be unveiled in conjunction with The Godfather of Harlem Season 3.

The show's second season was Epix's best performing season of all time,
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Lashana Lynch Discusses Her Future in the James Bond Franchise

Lashana Lynch Discusses Her Future in the James Bond Franchise
There have been in recent weeks and months, a lot of rumblings about who might be the next top-tier secret agent known to us as 007. Daniel Craig was the last man to star in the iconic role in No Time To Die and that will prove to be his last stint as James Bond. Who exactly replaces Craig remains to be seen, however, while others might be hoping to take up the code 007, Lashana Lynch has been there and done that. The actress starred alongside Craig in the last Bond film, and Lynch’s character Nomi had taken up the secret agent’s number when Mr. Bond went into retirement. Nomi and Bond would team up and defeat the villain in the film.
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Epix To Rebrand As MGM+ & Orders Crime Thriller ‘Hotel Cocaine’ & Julian Fellowes’ ‘Belgravia’ Sequel

Epix To Rebrand As MGM+ & Orders Crime Thriller ‘Hotel Cocaine’ & Julian Fellowes’ ‘Belgravia’ Sequel
There’s another plus in town – Epix is being rebranded as MGM+.

The cable network and streaming service is getting a new name and identity as well as a handful of new titles, as part of a relaunch set for January 2023.

MGM+ joins the likes of Disney+, Discovery+, Paramount+, ESPN+ and BET+ with the use of the symbol.

It comes five years after the vaunted Hollywood studio completed its acquisition of Viacom and Lionsgate’s stake in the business, giving it full control of the network, and five months after Amazon completed its own acquisition of MGM.

As part of the rebrand, the network, which will continue to be available in the U.S. on Prime Video, cable, telco, satellite, has handed out a number of greenlights.

Hotel Cocaine, which comes from Narcos’ Chris Brancato, has been handed an eight-episode order and Julian Fellowes’ British period drama Belgravia has been given a follow-up series.
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MGM’s Epix to Relaunch as MGM+ in January 2023

MGM’s Epix to Relaunch as MGM+ in January 2023
MGM’s streaming service, Epix, will rebrand as MGM+ on Jan. 15, 2023, in conjunction with the platform’s release of “Godfather of Harlem” Season 3. The relaunched network also announced an upcoming slate of scripted and unscripted series that were greenlit.

According to the announcement, the platform will continue providing premium and commercial-free content, including TV, movies and a curated library of acquired releases from MGM and other studios.

In addition to the Forest Whitaker-starring series, Epix is also behind the epic romantic adventure “Billy the Kid,” sci-fi horror “From”, historical limited drama series “Belgravia” and upcoming “Rogue Heroes.” MGM+ will continue to be available in the U.S. on Prime Video, cable, telco, satellite and digital distribution services.

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“MGM is one of the most iconic and beloved brands from the golden age of entertainment,
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Epix to Rebrand as MGM+ in January, Orders New Series Including Chris Brancato’s ‘Hotel Cocaine’

  • Variety
Epix to Rebrand as MGM+ in January, Orders New Series Including Chris Brancato’s ‘Hotel Cocaine’
Epix is heading into 2023 with a new — yet very familiar — identity. Starting Jan. 15, 2023, the MGM-owned pay cable network and streaming outlet will take its parent company’s name and be known as MGM+. The rebrand comes following Amazon’s 8.5 billion acquisition of MGM in March.

‘We have felt for some time that this is the best service that many people have never heard of,” says Michael Wright, who has been president of Epix since 2017 and will now serve as head of MGM+. “Other than individual shows, the service has never been marketed. Now you have this incredibly powerful, loud name that means something to people. You could spend five years and 100 million trying to launch a new brand, and you wouldn’t have the brand equity that you get with MGM. It’s really something of a gift.”

Wright says that adding a “+” to “MGM” is a signifier that
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Ana de Armas in ‘Blonde’ Is the Best Shot for Latina Oscar Attention, and Netflix’s Strongest Acting Contender

Ana de Armas in ‘Blonde’ Is the Best Shot for Latina Oscar Attention, and Netflix’s Strongest Acting Contender
If someone told me a decade ago that the woman who would play Marilyn Monroe in a fictionalized biopic of her life would have the best chance of being the one Latina woman nominated at this year’s Oscars for best actress, I would have asked, “where is Ashton Kutcher? Because clearly, I’m on ‘Punk’d’?”

But what could have seemed like a fever dream may soon become reality, Ana de Armas has done the impossible with her intoxicating portrayal of the classic starlet in Andrew Dominik’s “Blonde,” and the Academy Awards may fall under her spell.

If she is nominated for best actress, she would be only the fifth Latina ever to be nominated in the category in 95 years. She would follow Brazilian Fernanda Montenegro for “Central Station” (1998), Mexican Salma Hayek for “Frida” (2002), Colombian Catalina Sandino Moreno for “Maria Full of Grace” (2004) and Mexican Yalitza Aparicio for
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‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ Will Have the MCU’s Second-Longest Runtime

‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ Will Have the MCU’s Second-Longest Runtime
Marvel fans will have plenty of time to enjoy Wakanda — and mourn Chadwick Boseman — as Ryan Coogler’s “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” will have a runtime of two hours and 41 minutes, according to listings on multiple movie theater websites.

The sequel to the Best Picture-nominated superhero film will be the second-longest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe canon, second only to the three-hour “Avengers: Endgame.” It is five minutes longer than the previous film to hold that No. 2 spot, Chloe Zhao’s “Eternals,” and 27 minutes longer than the first “Black Panther.” TheWrap has reached out to Disney for comment.

While several films like “No Time to Die” and “West Side Story” have regularly exceeded 2.5 hours in runtime, audiences have shown that this doesn’t dissuade them from buying a ticket as long as the quality is still high. A three-hour runtime didn’t stop “Avengers: Endgame” from grossing over 2.7 billion at the global box office,
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Worry, Darling: September Box Office Plummets to Worst Levels in 25 Years

Worry, Darling: September Box Office Plummets to Worst Levels in 25 Years
Despite modestly budgeted successes like Sony’s “The Woman King” and Warner Bros.’ “Don’t Worry Darling,” this September’s box office has sunk to the lowest levels in a quarter-century.

The overall total for the month is set to sink to 25-year lows, not counting 2020, when Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” accounted for nearly half the 86 million box office as most theaters remained shut down at the height of the pandemic.

With just 275 million grossed in North America to date, this will be the first September since 1997 with a monthly total of less than 350 million. To date, the running total for September 2022 is 20 behind last year’s pace and 52 behind the pace set this month in 2019.

Even last year, when theaters were still in a relatively early stage of their pandemic reopening process, September grosses reached 367.1 million.

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Ana de Armas’ Most Significant Roles Before Blonde and Where to See Her Next

Ana de Armas’ Most Significant Roles Before Blonde and Where to See Her Next
Ana de Armas is stepping into arguably the biggest role of her career with her upcoming turn as Marilyn Monroe in Andrew Dominik’s Blonde. It may really be that intangible moment where she transitions from actor to star, complete with a potential Oscar nomination on the horizon, but the Cuban-born thespian came a long way to get to the apex of the movie industry, going from playing exclusively Spanish-speaking roles to starring in some of the biggest American productions on the planet.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the most significant roles de Armas played on her climb to the top of the movie world, as well as a peek at where we’ll be able to see her on the big screen in the future.

Knock Knock (2015)

De Armas’s English-language debut was in Eli Roth’s psychosexual mind-fuck of a movie,
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Black Adam: Dwayne Johnson invites fans to exclusive event in Toronto

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Black Adam: Dwayne Johnson invites fans to exclusive event in Toronto
With less than a month to go before the release of Black Adam, fans will soon be able to decide for themselves whether the long wait has been worth it. Speaking of fans, Dwayne Johnson has announced that he’s giving some of his “favourite Mother Canuckers” the chance to attend a special Black Adam event in Toronto that will conclude with an early screening of the movie.

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The world-exclusive Black Adam fan event will consist of a special party on October 13th at Cineplex’s The Rec Room in Toronto. The event will be hosted by Strizzzy with music by DJ 4Korners, and there will be plenty of opportunities for fans to win exclusive swag and prizes.

#BlackAdamRocksCanada

World-exclusive fan event with global superstar Dwayne Johnson

October 13 at Cineplex’s The Rec
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‘Don’t Worry Darling’ tops UK-Ireland box office with strong £2.7m start

‘Don’t Worry Darling’ tops UK-Ireland box office with strong £2.7m start
Olivia Wilde’s Florence Pugh, Harry Styles-starrer out-performed its Friday-Saturday hold in the US.

Rank Film (distributor) Three-day gross (Sept 23-25) Total gross to date Week 1. Don’t Worry Darling (Warner Bros) £2.7m £2.8m 1 2. Ticket To Paradise (Universal) £1.7m £2.8m 1 3. Avatar re-release (Disney)

£1.2m £1.2m 1 4. See How They Run (Disney) £471,638 £3.7m 3 5. Moonage Daydream (Universal)

£375,399 £676,185 2

Gbp to Usd conversion rate: 1.07

Olivia Wilde’s thriller Don’t Worry Darling has topped the UK-Ireland box office on its opening weekend, with a strong £2.7m start.

Don’t Worry Darling opened in 697 sites to become the widest-ever opening for a female-directed film ever in the territory. It
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