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Roman officials prevent filming of James Bond car chase near historical landmark

James Bond may need to find an alternate route for when he chases down the villains in Spectre.

According to local news outlets in Rome, the city’s officials have denied a request from the producers of the next Bond film to shoot a car chase that passed the Quattro Fontane, or Four Fountains.


New James Bond script leaks, with signs of a disappointing third act

The James Bond franchise became the latest victim of Sony’s hacking attack on Friday when the SPECTRE script leaked, along with many emails among studio execs complaining about what appears to be a rather disappointing ending. READ FULL STORY

'SPECTRE' loses nine luxury cars after theft in Germany

James Bond has been known to have a few loves in his life, two of the biggest being women and cars. But thanks to some thieves in Germany, Bond is left without one of those. Well, really, he’s left without nine of them.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, nine luxury cars, which were set to go to the Alps for filming on the upcoming Bond film SPECTRE, were stolen during a raid in Germany that occurred in October. Of those cars, five were Range Rover Sport models that had been customized for the film.

Luckily, the official Bond car—the Aston Martin DB10—was not reported stolen. Reportedly, this theft will not delay the film’s production.

Create your ideal James Bond film with the 'Time' cast generator

On Thursday, the 24th James Bond film announced its title—SPECTRE—along with its cast, which includes Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, David Bautista, Monica Bellucci, Léa Seydoux, and Andrew Scott. And in honor of the announcement, Time has created a way for you to weigh in on the casting.

At Time, you can pick your ideal Bond cast, selecting an actor for each of five categories: Bond, “Bond Girl,” villain, M, and Q.

Now the question is: How many people will pick Idris Elba as Bond?

New James Bond title has a 'SPECTRE' of the past


The 24th James Bond film will have the flavor of classic old-school 007 adventures, evoking iconic villainy from Dr. No and Thunderball. At least the title will. Director Sam Mendes announced during a press conference at Pinewood Studios London that the new film, due Nov. 6, 2015, will be called SPECTRE. READ FULL STORY

Famed James Bond villain Richard Kiel dies at 74: Report

Richard Kiel, whose towering height and distinctive baritone voice defined his nearly 50-year career in television and films, most notably as the steely toothed James Bond villain Jaws, died Wednesday afternoon in Fresno, Calif. at the age of 74, TMZ reports. The actor had been hospitalized after breaking his leg earlier in the week, but it is still unclear if that was related to his death.

Kiel’s rep did not immediately respond to EW’s request for comment.

The Detroit-born Kiel, who grew to be 7 feet 1.5 inches, worked various odd jobs, including cemetery plot salesman and nightclub bouncer, before making his television debut at age 21 in the NBC Western Laramie. His roles were always at least partially defined by his extraordinary physicality, including in the schlocky 1962 B-movie Eegah, which got a bit of a cult boost after being featured on Mystery Science Theater 3000, where Kiel played a giant caveman who falls for a California party girl he accidentally encounters in the desert. Kiel was also one of the top choices to play The Incredible Hulka role that would end up going to Lou Ferrigno after the producers decided they needed someone more muscular (and after Kiel had already filmed some of the pilot).

Kiel continued to score a number of memorable, if sometimes bit, roles including stints as villains in shows such as The Man from U.N.C.L.E. and The Wild Wild West and in films like The Longest Yard and Silver Streak. But Kiel would ultimately be defined by his role as Jaws, the metal-mouthed James Bond villain of the Roger Moore-era who first appeared in 1977’s The Spy Who Loved Me and was apparently so popular that they had him reprise his role in 1979’s Moonraker. Those famous teeth caused Kiel immense discomfort, though. “They were nauseating,” he told The Guardian in 2009. “They were up in the roof of your mouth and gave you a gagging effect – you felt like you were going to be sick. It did add to the stoic part of my character – to keep from throwing up.”


James Bond producers to make Edward Snowden movie


The producers behind the James Bond franchise will make a movie about Edward Snowden and his decision to leak top-secret U.S. government secrets. Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli of EON Productions are working with Sony, which has optioned the film rights to Glenn Greenwald’s new book, No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State.

“Edward Snowden’s explosive revelations have raised important questions about the role of government in protecting its citizens and the balance between national security and personal freedom,” said Doug Belgrad, president of Columbia Pictures. “We are extremely proud that Michael, Barbara, and Glenn chose Sony to bring this riveting story to the big screen, and believe that Glenn’s account of this incredible international event will make for a gripping and unforgettable film.” READ FULL STORY

Casting Net: Chiwetel Ejiofor could be the next Bond villain; Plus, Ryan Reynolds, more

• Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave) is reportedly the front-runner to antagonize James Bond in the next film in the series. According to the report, no offer has been made yet. Daniel Craig will return to star as 007, and Sam Mendes, who directed him in Skyfall, is returning to direct. Production is supposed to begin this summer on Bond 24, scheduled for a Nov. 6, 2015, release date. [The Wrap] READ FULL STORY

Weinstein Company resurrects M to fight M.P.A.A. on 'Philomena' rating -- VIDEO


Dame Judi Dench is a revered Oscar-winning actress, but the kids all know her as M, James Bond’s crusty boss who died a good death in last year’s Skyfall. So what better way to promote her buzzy Oscar-hopeful performance in Philomena than resurrecting M for a special mission?

“Just when you thought I was dead,” non-M M says to the camera in the new marketing gimmick for The Weinstein Company’s movie. “I have an important mission for you… Are you familiar with M.P.A.A?” READ FULL STORY

'Skyfall' director Sam Mendes is back for next Bond film after all

Sam Mendes is taking a page from J.J. Abrams’s book.

No, the Oscar-winning director isn’t learning to embrace the lens flare. Instead, he’s aping the way Abrams officially signed on to direct a high-profile franchise extension earlier this year — despite denying his involvement in the project just months before.

The team behind James Bond’s 24th big-screen outing revealed today that Mendes will in fact direct their next film, the follow-up to his extraordinarily successful Skyfall.


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