Category Archives: Barbara Broccoli

The Beverly Hills Have Eyes – Reviewing THE KID STAYS IN THE PICTURE

There is a point in director Simon McBurney’s breathless The Kid Stays in the Picture when you realise that the onstage chat and spotlit conversations about John Huston and the shooting of the 1974 American new-wave classic Chinatown is coming from Danny […]

BECOMING BOND – a unique new documentary looks at the other fellow, George Lazenby

“Is it a good story?” “It depends if you like those kind of stories.”  Becoming Bond promises a unique documentary narrative look at the very stranger-than-fiction true story of George Lazenby, an Australian car mechanic, come model who eventually landed the role […]

PRODUCING THE PRODUCER – Bond producers set to produce the tale of one of Seventies cinema’s key names

In the year that will also see Bond creative house EON Productions tackle a lesser known tale of old Hollywood in new Britain in the form of Paul McGuigan’s Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool, 007 producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G […]

FROM PINEWOOD WITH LOVE – celebrating 80 years of movie majesty

From London Melody to Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool, Pinewood Studios has now been home to British cinema production for eighty years. The moments of cinema that a plot of land in Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire can lay claim to are […]

THE 007th MAN FOR THE JOB

As they say in Rome – hold on the white smoke for now. Despite what red top tabloids, movie newz sites and lazy broadsheets clamouring after the same clickbait are suggesting, there is no real need for a new Bond speculation […]

SUITED AND BRUTED – Bond costume queen Jany Temime helps mark BOND IN MOTION’s second anniversary

Ever since its March 2014 launch, the London Film Museum and EON Production’s Bond In Motion exhibition has coyly gone up a gear or four. As well as being one of the world’s best public collections of Bond vehicles, planes, […]

“When you got a job to do, you gotta do it well” – REMEMBERING GEORGE MARTIN’S BOND LEGACY

George Martin was the first composer and music producer to suggest that the Bond movie sound could re-cast, that it could survive without John Barry and that the 007 sound had a lot more to offer younger audiences and their […]