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Billie Eilish: From Grammys sweep to Oscar for Bond theme like Adele and Sam Smith? She’d be the youngest ever

Billie Eilish: From Grammys sweep to Oscar for Bond theme like Adele and Sam Smith? She’d be the youngest ever
Billie Eilish swept the Grammys in historic fashion. By then it had already been announced that she would become the youngest artist ever to write and record the theme for a James Bond movie, “No Time to Die.” That means in a year’s time she could follow her Grammy breakthrough with an Oscar for Best Original Song, just like Adele and Sam Smith did. And on top of that she’d make history again as the youngest ever.

Adele had the golden touch in Hollywood in the 2010s. She swept the Grammys in 2012, winning six times for her blockbuster album “21,” including Album of the Year. Later that year she recorded the theme for the James Bond film “Skyfall,” winning the Oscar for it in 2013. In fact, “Skyfall” was the first Bond theme ever to win the Oscar.

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Not to be outdone,
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James Bond’s Longevity Is The One Case Daniel Craig Can’t Solve

Daniel Craig has officially shot his final scenes as Agent 007, James Bond. He had a great run, starring in five movies over the course of 14 years, and he’s helped to redefine the superspy in this age of superhero films. Of course, the new film, No Time To Die, takes the Bond franchise into [...]

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New Fast & Furious 9 Teaser Trailer Is All About Family

Trailers for upcoming blockbusters have been dropping at an alarming rate over the last month or so. You might even say they’ve been hitting the web at a fast and furious pace (sorry). Be it Black Widow, No Time To Die, Wonder Woman 1984 or Ghostbusters: Afterlife, among several others, hype for 2020’s biggest and most exciting films is officially picking up.

Another preview that we know we’re getting though is one for Fast & Furious 9. We’re quickly approaching its May release yet we still haven’t seen anything from it. Not even a post-credit scene to tease what was to come in last year’s Hobbs & Shaw. The anticipation will soon be over though, as the first full trailer for the pic lands on January 31st and ahead of its debut, Universal has now dropped a quick teaser that reveals the first bit of footage from the film,
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No Time to Die star Ben Whishaw confirms it will include strands from all of the Daniel Craig Bond films

No Time to Die star Ben Whishaw, who portrays Bond’s gadget-developer Q, has confirmed that “strands from all of the films” will be present in the 25th film in the franchise, which also happens to be Daniel Craig’s final outing as James Bond. In an interview with Collider, Whishaw revealed No Time to Die will feel like […]

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Netflix and Apple in Talks to Acquire MGM, James Bond Rights

David Crow Jan 27, 2020

MGM is looking to cash out, with both Netflix and Apple having talks of acquiring the studio and the James Bond movie rights.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer once boasted to be home to “more stars than there are in heaven.” This was during MGM’s height as the pinnacle of the studio system in 1950s Hollywood. But that was also a lifetime ago, and what’s left of the studio is apparently being eyed for acquisition by both Netflix and Apple.

News of the potential buyout was broken by CNBC late Monday afternoon, revealing that the company has had “preliminary talks” with a number of tech giants looking for signature digital content in the streaming wars to come. Netflix and Apple are two of apparently several companies who’ve held discussions with MGM about acquisition.

MGM, still famous for its beloved “Leo the Lion” logo and roaring title card, has
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Tom Felton’s Dream Role is to Play James Bond

Can anyone really see Tom Felton stepping into the shoes of James Bond and playing the super-spy in a convincing way? It’s not an insult to his character or his person to say that he might need to put on a few pounds of muscle and change his look a bit, but that might not be quite enough. As Christian Bone of We Got This Covered has revealed this is Tom’s dream role, but given that the role might go to a person of color when Daniel Craig steps down finally after No Time To Die, it might be that

Tom Felton’s Dream Role is to Play James Bond
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This Was the Moment That Got Billie Eilish Bleeped at the Grammys

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When Billie Eilish accepted her Grammy for best new artist on Sunday night, she became one of several artists who got bleeped during the broadcast. What did she say to warrant the censor button? Eilish dropped a brief bit of profanity while joking about the internet's surefire reaction to her win.

"All the other artists in this category . . . you deserve this just as much as I do, and I know your fans are hardcore and they're going to fight for you and they love you and they're going to talk sh*t for me for years because of this," she said. Still, she had nothing but kind words for music fans in general, going out of her way to thank them during her speech. "I love all fandoms. Thank you to the fans, you guys make it this worth it." Eilish won in a stacked category that also included major names like Lizzo,
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Fleabag: D&d Moral Alignments of The Main Characters

Fleabag has won multiple Golden Globes, Emmys, and so many other awards that listing them all would likely require a list of its own far longer than this format would allow (it's more than 10). The vast majority of these awards though were for the writing and performance talents of Phoebe Waller-Bridge, and the rest of the cast.

Related: Fleabag Characters Sorted Into Their Hogwarts Houses

Not only is Waller-Bridge responsible for the original one-woman (sort of) play but she's also behind the incredible TV adapted screenplay, and playing the titular character. With her talent (see Killing Eve and upcoming No Time To Die) behind the show, its no surprise that the cast of characters assembled here are each uniquely flawed and grounded in their own morals. With that in mind, what would their D&d Moral Alignments be?
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Five Bond Films to Watch Before No Time To Die

Anticipation for the latest Bond film, No Time to Die, has reached a fever pitch. Suffering from numerous production woes, many wonder whether the so-called final Daniel Craig outing will manage to connect with audiences. Considering that Spectre was such an epic misfire — a disastrous attempt to retrofit the Craig films into a Marvel-like universe — there is real concern that its follow up hasn’t learned any of the same lessons. Throw in the franchise’s attempt to keep modernising Bond — something that has actually been going on since the Brosnan era — and one can be skeptical as

Five Bond Films to Watch Before No Time To Die
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Bond Girl Ana de Armas's Love Life Is a Bit of a Mystery, but Here's What We Know

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Not much is known yet about Paloma, the newest Bond girl debuting in No Time to Die, but even less is known about the hottie playing Paloma - at least when it comes to her love life. Since her breakout role in Blade Runner 2049, 31-year-old Cuban-Spanish actress Ana de Armas has starred in The Informer and Knives Out, among others, but even as her celebrity grows, she tends to remain just as tight-lipped about who she's dating. That hasn't stopped people from speculating, however. It's even rumored that Ana is getting cozy with one of her most recent costars - and no, we're not talking about Daniel Craig.

Related: Ana de Armas Looks Happiest in a Swimsuit - Her Instagram Proves It

As well as landing the role of Marilyn Monroe in the forthcoming biopic Blonde, Ana is currently filming Deep Water, an erotic thriller based on the novel
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No Time to Die Rumored Runtime Is Longest in James Bond History

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No Time to Die Rumored Runtime Is Longest in James Bond History
It looks like the running time for No Time to Die, aka James Bond 25, has been revealed. Bond fans may want to buckle up for one heck of a ride, as this very well could be the longest movie in the history of the franchise, by quite a wide margin. If these early reported runtimes are correct, Daniel Craig's final go-around as 007 will clock in at just under three hours. Viewers might want to stick with the small soda on this one.

The information comes from Anton Volkov on Twitter, who runs the website Trailer Track. Volkov has shared information from two different distributors over the last week, one from Russia and one from Latvia, that both list the No Time to Die runtime at 174 minutes, or 2 hours and 54 minutes. Pre-sale tickets for the movie are expected to be made available soon, which might explain why certain distributors have
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Billie Eilish Drives Into the Ocean in ‘Everything I Wanted’ Video

Billie Eilish Drives Into the Ocean in ‘Everything I Wanted’ Video
In the new video for “Everything I Wanted,” Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas take a scenic California drive — straight into the ocean.

Directed by Eilish, the clip features the siblings and collaborators coasting down a highway with Eilish at the wheel singing against an ethereal bass line: “It might’ve been a nightmare/To anyone who might care.” The duo drive through the beach and into open water, with Eilish singing as the car submerges in darkness: “If I knew it all then would I do it again?/Would I do it again?
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Phoebe Waller-Bridge Launches Production House Wells Street Films

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Phoebe Waller-Bridge Launches Production House Wells Street Films
Exclusive: Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the British creator of Fleabag and one of the hottest properties in Hollywood, is to realize a life-long ambition by setting up her own production company to house her Amazon projects and more.

Deadline can reveal that Waller-Bridge, who has dominated awards season with marquee Emmy, Golden Globe and SAG wins for Fleabag, is launching the London-based TV and film company Wells Street Films — and she has already hired two collaborators to staff the outfit.

Jenny Robins, who worked as a story producer on Season 2 of Fleabag and Season 1 of Killing Eve, will become Wells Street’s head of television and film. Robins is also an executive producer alongside Waller-Bridge on Run, HBO’s romantic comedic thriller starring Merritt Wever and Domhnall Gleeson.

Charlotte McBrearty, the production manager on Fleabag‘s stage run at the Soho Theatre last year, is also coming aboard as a development executive.
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Apple TV Plus Teams with Scott Z. Burns for Climate Change Anthology

In

an as-of-yet-to-be published interview with “The Report

writer/director Scott Z. Burns (the screenwriter of many Steven

Soderbergh films too and one of the writers of the forthcoming 007

adventure “No Time to Die”), the conversation, with Editor-in-Chief went

a little like this at one point:

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I’m

surprised you haven’t done anything on climate change recently given how much

it’s in the conversation and people often forget that it’s kind of one of your

bread and butters and you were one of the Oscar-winning producer of “ An Inconvenient Truth.”

[long

pause]

“Well,

as it turns out, that is the next thing I’m going to work on,” Burns said.

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New images from No Time To Die featuring Bond, Madeleine Swann, Felix Leiter, Nomi and more

Thanks to Entertainment Weekly, we’ve got a batch of new images from the next instalment in the Bond franchise, No Time to Die, featuring James Bond (Daniel Craig), Madeleine Swann (Lea Seydoux), Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright), Eve Moneypenny (Naomie Harris), Tanner (Rory Kinnear), Q (Ben Whishaw), and Nomi (Lashana Lynch); check them out here… See […]

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Daniel Craig Explains Why He Came Back To Bond, Plus New ‘No Time To Die’ Photos

“I’d rather break this glass and slash my wrists. No, not at the moment. Not at all. That’s fine. I’m over it at the moment. We’re done. All I want to do is move on,” Daniel Craig said in October 2015, when he was asked about two ‘Bond’ movies shooting back to back. No, he wasn’t doing two more, he wasn’t doing any. “If I did another Bond movie, it would only be for the money,” he said, deflating and flattening many of the fans in Craig’s characteristically blunt manner.

Continue reading Daniel Craig Explains Why He Came Back To Bond, Plus New ‘No Time To Die’ Photos at The Playlist.
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New ‘No Time to Die’ Images Feature James Bond & All of His Friends

Universal Pictures has release a slew of new images from No Time to Die, the upcoming James Bond film starring Daniel Craig in (reportedly) his last go-round as 007. The upcoming 25th Bond film is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, who makes a special appearance in the new photo set, as well as fellow No Time to Die cast members Léa Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, Jeffrey Wright, Naomie Harris, Rory Kinnear, and Ramy Malek. [caption id="attachment_868233" align="alignright" width="360"] Image via EW and Nicola Dove/MGM/caption] There are some interesting moments featured in this new group …
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‘No Time to Die’ Plot Details Explain How James Bond is Lured Back to the Spy Game, Blofeld’s Return

‘No Time to Die’ Plot Details Explain How James Bond is Lured Back to the Spy Game, Blofeld’s Return
Daniel Craig‘s James Bond era is the saga of a man eternally in the need of a break. Craig’s 007 has attempted to retire numerous times before, and his latest effort to leave the espionage world forever at the beginning of No Time to Die will inevitably also fail. But how exactly did they pull him back […]

The post ‘No Time to Die’ Plot Details Explain How James Bond is Lured Back to the Spy Game, Blofeld’s Return appeared first on /Film.
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Netflix Lands Bradley Cooper’s ‘A Star Is Born’ Follow-Up, Backed by Scorsese and Spielberg

Netflix Lands Bradley Cooper’s ‘A Star Is Born’ Follow-Up, Backed by Scorsese and Spielberg
Bradley Cooper’s long-in-the-works Leonard Bernstein biographical drama is setting up shop at Netflix after first being developed at Paramount. The project was first announced in 2018 and will mark Cooper’s directorial follow-up to the Oscar-winning “A Star Is Born.” Deadline first reported the news. Cooper will direct, star in, and produce the movie from a script he co-wrote with “Spotlight” Oscar winner Josh Singer. Also attached as producers are Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, and “Joker” director Todd Phillips. The script spans 30 years and tells the story of composer Bernstein and his marriage to Felicia Montealegre.

Per Deadline’s report: “The Bernstein film is expected to begin production early next year. Netflix will give it a significant theatrical release before the film premieres on its streaming site, just as it did for Scorsese on ‘The Irishman,’ as well as ‘Marriage Story,’ ‘The Two Popes,’ and several other awards season contenders.
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Netflix Commits To Bradley Cooper’s Leonard Bernstein Film; Scorsese, Spielberg, Todd Phillips Producing

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Netflix Commits To Bradley Cooper’s Leonard Bernstein Film; Scorsese, Spielberg, Todd Phillips Producing
Exclusive: After launching two Oscar Best Picture nominees in The Irishman and Marriage Story, Netflix is re-stocking its star-driven prestige film arsenal with a big one. Netflix has acquired all rights to the untitled Leonard Bernstein film that Bradley Cooper will direct, star in and produce from the script he co-wrote with Oscar-winning Spotlight scribe Josh Singer. The project exits Paramount, which set the film as a priority project in May 2018. Amblin remains firmly part of the drama that spans over 30 years in telling the beautifully complex story of the marriage between Bernstein and his wife, Felicia Montealegre.

Netflix will make the film with a enviable roster of top producers: Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, Cooper and his Joint Effort producing partner (and Joker director) Todd Phillips, Kristie Macosko Krieger, The Irishman and Joker double Oscar-nominated producer Emma Tillinger Koskoff, and Fred Berner and Amy Durning. The latter duo shepherded this
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