THE CARS OF SPECTRE – Catching BOND IN MOTION’s new SPECTRE collection

Since Bond In Motion‘s launch in March 2014 (full review and galleries), EON Productions and the London Film Museum’s collection of Bond vehicle gems has been attracting fans, tourists, kids and petrol heads alike from across the globe. Masterminded by the London Film Museum’s […]

SPECTRE – EON Productions let the cat out the bag on the 24th Bond opus

“Welcome to the 007 Stage – where budgets go to die” – Sam Mendes So sure as light follows day, finger follows gold and fall follows sky, there will be a new James Bond movie. So at a traditional press call (this time at the […]

Catching SPECTRE – discussing Bond, his new mission, Vodka Martinis and SPECTRE monorails

“SPECTRE is a nod to the Connery cat-stroking years” Talking Bond, SPECTRE, Vodka Martinis and villain’s monorails on Five News… “SPECTRE goes right back to the heart of Bond” And taking things with a twist of lemon and a spin […]

Catching GOLDENEYE and the London launch of Matthew Parker’s new book

With Blackwell Rum on standby (a prized brand aptly produced by the owner of the Goldeneye estate, Chris Blackwell), Matthew Parker’s lush tome Goldeneye – Where Bond Was Born : Ian Fleming’s Jamaica has been launched in fine Caribbean style. Charting the […]

Those Magnificent 007 Men in Their Flying, Driving & Diving Machines – CATCHING ‘BOND IN MOTION’

“I’ve had some optional extras installed” Aston Martin V8, The Living Daylights (1987) From the opening shot of the opening Bond movie Dr. No (1962) where three “blind” assassins trundle on a mission of murder across traffic before cowering in […]

“When you were young and your heart was an open book…”

Eon Productions Live and Let Die celebrates its fortieth anniversary this week (it opened in the States on June 27th 1973, and a week or so later in the UK). It has been a linchpin of the series and the […]

CATCHING BULLETS is going ‘home’…

CATCHING BULLETS is heading “home”. Taking the book to Pinewood Studios and the memories, routines, faces and echoes that kick-started it as well as taking part in honouring OCTOPUSSY and its thirtieth anniversary is serendipity at its most curious. I […]