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Forty years on from SUPERMAN THE MOVIE I still believe a man can fly (THE GUARDIAN)

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

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YOU ONLY DIRECT THRICE – Remembering the director who made Bond big

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REMEMBERING ROGER and celebrating the golden spy we loved at Pinewood Studios

Original Roger Moore Stage photo © Mark Mawston / 2017

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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

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

THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS – 30 years of living on the edge


“It’s all so boring here, Margo. Nothing but playboys and tennis pros. If only I could find a real man…

Thirty years ago this week Bond bullet The Living Daylights premiered on a particularly balmy June evening at the Odeon Leicester Square, London. Continue reading

REMEMBERING ROGER ON THE BIG SCREEN – EON Productions & MGM announce May 31st tribute day


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Rest in peace my childhood spy…

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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.” 

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