MARK O'CONNELL

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BOND’S APRIL SHOWER – Why Cary Joji Fukunaga directing BOND 25 is a delicious curveball

Original photography by Sebastian Kim.

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THE DEVIL IN THE DETAIL – Why Daniel Craig’s last Bond film deserves time, not kneejerk panic.

 

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FROM LIVE BOND EXPERIENCES TO SILVER BULLETS – 2019 promises to be a sterling year for Bond!

 

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A FAREWELL TO ARMS – Boyle bails from Bond at the 007th hour

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WHITE KNIGHTS IN BLACK SATIN and other fake news pioneers – celebrating 20 years of TOMORROW NEVER DIES

Artwork by Jeff Marshall

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CASINO ROYALE IN CONCERT – A triumphant Bond debut at the Royale Albert Hall

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IN HIS ELEMENT – Sölden unveils its innovative new Bond cinematic installation, 007 ELEMENTS

 

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FILM STARS DON’T DIE IN LIVERPOOL – EON Productions’ new film looks at the sad and the beautiful tale of Gloria Grahame

EON Productions and Barbara Broccoli’s new movie Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool gets its first trailer and totally points to the Oscar buzz possibly coming Annette Bening’s way … Continue reading

LIVELY AND LET DIE – EON Productions announce a new spy thriller, The Rhythm Section


Blake Lively to star in new Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson’s new spy thriller, The Rhythm Section. Continue reading

SO DOES ENGLAND – Marking forty years of THE SPY WHO LOVED ME

7/7/77. As Bond film release dates go, the one for disco bullet The Spy Who Loved Me is perhaps the most unique for Double-O-Seven. Continue reading

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