October 20, 2015

Daniel Craig will go from Bond to Iago next fall when he stars opposite David Oyelowo in an Off Broadway production of “Othello,” to be directed by Tony winner Sam Gold.

Craig, who’s excited to be moving on from Bond after the upcoming release of “Spectre,” was last on stage in New York in the 2013 Broadway revival of “Betrayal.” Before that he appeared in the 2009 Broadway production of “A Steady Rain” with Hugh Jackman. Both shows were box office smashes.

In “Othello” he’ll play the devious Iago opposite Oyelowo, the “Selma” star who’s appeared onstage in London in productions including “The Suppliants” and “Henry VI” (in the title role). Director Gold recently won a Tony for his direction of “Fun Home,” which was the awards-season champ last spring. His production of Pulitzer winner “The Flick” is currently running Off Broadway.

“Othello” will play at New York Theater Workshop in fall 2016, with exact dates still to be determined. The Workshop has made a habit of hosting high-profile productions in recent years, including early stagings of Broadway successes such as “Once” and “Peter and the Starcatcher.” Later this season the Workshop will present the world premiere of “Lazarus,” the new David Bowie-Enda Walsh musical that stars Michael C. Hall and Cristin Milioti.

Source: Variety

October 13, 2015

Daniel is on the cover of next month’s issue of GQ Australia. I have added scans to the gallery.

October 07, 2015

I have put up new layouts on the main site and in the gallery. The previous one had been up for over 2 years, and I’ve wanted something new, especially with the new Bond film coming up. The layouts are responsive, so if you ever spot something weird or out of place, let me know. Hope you all like it!

October 06, 2015

Check out the music video of the official Spectre theme song, Writing’s on the Wall, by Sam Smith.

October 03, 2015
October 01, 2015

Once Spectre is released, we’ll be getting at least one more James Bond 007 adventure with Daniel Craig in the lead role…

There’s been no shortage of speculation in recent weeks as to the future of Daniel Craig as James Bond 007. Come the release of Spectre later this month, Craig will match Pierce Brosnan’s four outings as 007, and there had been rumours that Henry Cavill was on the radar to be his replacement.

But the preference is for Craig to continue in the role. On his watch, a James Bond movie crossed $1bn at the global box office for the first time, with Skyfall. Hopes are high that Spectre will do similar business.

So: will Daniel Craig be back as James Bond again? Yes, it seems that he will.

Chatting to our, er, favourite outlet (that’d be The Mail), Craig declared that “I work myself to death”, referring to the training required for the role. “It’s getting harder. But such is life. I’ll keep going as long as I’m physically able”.

That’s going to involve a further James Bond adventure at least, too. “I’m contracted for one more”, he revealed, “but I’m not going to make predictions”.

Craig has admitted in the past that he considered walking away from the James Bond role after Skyfall, but it seems he’s going to be 007 until at least 2017/2018.

Source: Den of Geek

September 27, 2015

Spectre has a feature in the November 2015 issue of Total Film, including some on-set photos. I have added scans to the gallery.