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Does Bond Go Rogue In Spectre?

7/22/2015 9:47pm EDT
James Bond Is Back In Action In The New 'Spectre' Trailer
Daniel Craig returns as secret agent 007 in Spectre, the 24th film in the James Bond series, and the trailer has just arrived.

Posted online on Wednesday, the new teaser begins with Bond chasing down an adversary in Mexico City during the country's Day of the Dead festivities. Shortly after eliminating his target, he's in the office of M (Ralph Fiennes) who asks what he was doing in Mexico City.

Bond appears to go it alone without the help of the British secret service agency and ultimately learns all of his past work has one thing in common: the Special Executive for Counter-Intelligence...

Second Trailer For 'Spectre' Has Arrived

6/10/2015 3:47pm EDT
New 'Spectre' Trailer Shows Classic James Bond Action
We've already seen the first trailer for Spectre, the next James Bond film that comes out this fall. But those who tuned in to last night's NBA Finals got the first glimpse of the latest trailer for the film.

The 60 second spot shares some scenes from the original trailer, with the same opening getting delivered by Moneypenny and Christoph Waltz again making a very shady appearance as Franz Obeerhauser. But this time around, the studio focused on showing more of the heart-stopping action the James Bond franchise is known for. There are a lot of quick shots of car chases, explosions, gunpla...

007 To Face Old Nemesis In 'Spectre'?

12/4/2014 8:01pm EST
James Bond 24: Christoph Waltz Heads Up 'Spectre' As Mendes & Cr
Director Sam Mendes gathered the new cast of the upcoming 24th James Bond flick together on Wednesday evening at London's Pinewood Studios to announce the title of the new film, which is set to bring back 007's old nemesis in "Spectre."

Spectre, of course, is the sinister organization that featured in six of the franchise's early films and was headed by the supervillain Ernst Stavro Blofeld.

Christoph Waltz, who joins the cast as the film's villain, is rumored to be playing Blofeld, a rumor punctuated by Mendes not naming his character while introducing him at the press conference.

"The ...

French Actress Lea Seydoux Reportedly Signs On As Next Bond Girl

10/10/2014 4:32pm EDT
Lea Seydoux
"Blue is the Warmest Color" star Lea Seydoux has landed a role opposite Daniel Craig in the next James Bond flick.

The French actress, whose credits also include "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and "Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol," is set to join the rest of the cast, including Craig, Ralph Fiennes and Naomie Harris, for rehearsals next month, according to London's Mail Online, as the movie is set to begin filming in six weeks.

There's been no official word on whether or not Seydoux will play 007's love interest or his adversary in the as-yet-untitled 24th Bond film.

Wes Anderson's 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' To Premiere At The Berlin Film Festival

11/5/2013 4:15pm EST
Wes Anderson is set to kick off the 64th Berlin International Film Festival on February 6, 2014 with the world premiere of his new film, Grand Budapest Hotel.

The film, Anderson's eighth as director, stars Ralph Fiennes as the titular hotel's concierge befriends a young lobby boy (newcomer Tony Revolori) and takes him under his wing as his unofficial apprentice.

The film was shot on location in Germany, making it the perfect place for it to premiere, as many had assumed it would bow at next year's Cannes Film Festival.

Two of Anderson's previous films, "The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou...

'Blue Is The Warmest Color' Star Adele Exarchopoulos Perplexed By Real Sex Suggestions

10/24/2013 8:32am EDT
Adele Exarchopoulos
A star of controversial lesbian drama Blue Is The Warmest Color is baffled by suggestions the film's sex scenes were real.

The film won the Palme d'Or at this year's Cannes Film Festival but was slammed by the author of the book it is based on, who accused its director of turning her story into porn, while critics suggested it pandered to male fantasies.

Nevertheless, actress Adele Exarchopoulos, who stars in the drama, is confused by suggestions the sex scenes between herself and co-star Lea Seydoux were anything other than acted.

She tells GQ magazine, "I know that everybody wants t...

Three-Hour Lesbian Love Drama 'Blue Is The Warmest Color' Wins Top Prize At Cannes

5/27/2013 12:01pm EDT
Blue Is The Warmest Colour
Lesbian romance "Blue Is The Warmest Colour" was named the winner of the Palme d'Or award at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival Sunday night.

The award was presented by this year's jury president Steven Spielberg, who announced that the prize was not only being awarded to the film's Tunisian director, Abdellatif Kechiche, but also to its two stars, Adèle Exarchopoulos and Lea Seydoux. It's also the first time an openly gay film has won the award.

"The film is a great love story that made us all feel privileged to be invited to see this story of deep love and deep heartbreak," Spielberg told th...

Diane Kruger Shows Off Her Sexy Legs In A Sheer Gray Dress

1/27/2012 12:00pm EST
Diane Kruger
Diane Kruger attended the Sidaction Gala Dinner in Paris yesterday looking sultry in a gray dress. The gown was sheer on the legs and shoulders, and she stayed warm with a short fur coat.

The actress plays Marie Antoinette in an upcoming film. It centers on the queen during the final days of the French Revolution. The film co-stars Lea Seydoux ("Midnight in Paris") and Virginie Ledoyen ("Army of Crime").

"Farewell, My Queen" will open the Berlin Film Festival on February 9.

Review: 'Midnight In Paris' 'Two Jews On Film' Only One Feels The Magic In This Fantasy Comedy (Video)

5/18/2011 2:17pm EDT
Midnight In Paris
I know critics are supposed to be objective (if that's even possible) but in the case of Woody Allen's new film, 'Midnight In Paris' it's going to be really hard. I thought it was one of the most beautiful, original, magical and romantic films I've seen in a very long time. It completely grabbed my heart.

The film opens with images of Paris...beautiful, moving images. The lights of the city, the empty streets, the gardens, museums, cafes, flea markets, parks and cathedrals. The montage goes on for quite a while...No actors...just visuals of this magnificent city....

And then we meet ...