February 18, 2014

Hi guys, my name is Jasper and I’m the new owner of this site. Huge thanks to Gertie for letting me adopt it, and to Aniek, Eric, Vicki, and Claudia for the past work that built this amazing fansite. I will be updating the gallery soon with some missing photos, so I hope you continue checking back. You can follow our Twitter to stay updated.

Also, in case you haven’t heard, Daniel has signed on for an upcoming thriller film, The Whole Truth. However, no plot details have been released yet.

November 27, 2013

Hello everybody. As you might have seen in the past days Daniel Craig Fan has been in maintenance for some restoration. You might not notice much of a difference but I assure there’s been days and days of work to make it the most efficient and perfect possible. My name is Claudia, owner of our partner site rachelhweisz.com, and I’m the new owner of this amazing fansite. With million thanks to Vicki, Eric and Aniek for all the past work, I’m going to start with a promoshoot for Betrayal, donated by the lovely Renee at katdennings.net. I will be updated with all missing stuff so stay tuned for more and more updates, remember to check our twitter and you can also find us on tumblr now.

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October 08, 2013

Big stars did better than “Big Fish” last week, as Daniel “the name’s Bond” Craig sold out in his return to Broadway and the season’s latest new musical opened to mostly tough reviews.

The revival of Harold Pinter’s “Betrayal,” with Craig, his wife, Rachel Weisz, and Rafe Spall, did $1.1 million in its first seven previews, according to the trade association the Broadway League. A few orchestra seats remain for performances this month, most priced at $386.25 to $436.25, according to Telecharge.com.

Jim Byk, a spokesman for the show, said the sales set a record for the Ethel Barrymore Theatre, topping the final week of the 2012 revival of “Death of a Salesman” (which like “Betrayal” Mike Nichols directed). Byk declined to comment about advance sale or prospects for extending beyond the announced closing of Jan. 5.

“Big Fish,” the Susan Stroman-directed musical about a traveling salesman who tells fanciful stories, sold $644,000, about half of its potential, as it gave away tickets to critics, investors and others in theater amid its opening.

The show received a number of positive notices, including from Bloomberg, which called it “enchanting.” But negative reviews in the New York daily newspapers will present a challenge for the producers going forward.

“We got glowing reviews from many sources,” the lead producer, Dan Jinks, said in a statement about the $14 million musical.

Thanks in part to several strong reviews, “The Glass Menagerie,” with Zachary Quinto and Cherry Jones, had its best week to date, up 25 percent to $642,000. The critically unloved “Romeo and Juliet” sank 19 percent to its worst week, $367,000.


October 02, 2013

I have added 19 images, thanks to Claudia.

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September 27, 2013

Thanks to Claudia.

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September 26, 2013

James Bond has been “aged up” to match actor Daniel Craig in William Boyd’s new 007 novel Solo – so will it soon be made into a movie?

Boyd has been given the blessing of series creator Ian Fleming’s niece Lucy with his new work, which apparently sees the spy retaining all the “bad habits” his original author gave him.

“I’ve aged him up to 45, but Daniel Craig is 45, and he’s in great shape, so Bond’s got a another 20 years in him, I reckon,” the BBC quotes him as saying.
However, as we reported yesterday, it’s actually Daniel Day-Lewis who would be the writer’s top choice to fill the role.

“He actually resembles the Bond that Fleming describes in the books,” Boyd reasoned. “That’s someone who looks like the American singer-songwriter Hoagy Carmichael – a tall, lean, rangy, very dark-haired, good-looking man.”

On the Bond he presents in Solo, he teased: “He has all the bad habits that Fleming gave him – he’s a huge drinker.

“I was counting his drinks as I read the Fleming novels like an anxious wife married to an alcoholic.”

Boyd, who has previously worked with Daniel Craig as a film director, said he re-read all of Fleming’s books before starting his own. “I’ve now achieved Mastermind status in Bond studies,” he joked.

The follow-up to last year’s hit movie ‘Skyfall’ is currently being organised, with Sam Mendes confirmed to return as director.


September 21, 2013

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