February 19, 2013

Thanks to Claudia (The Hunger Games Fire) for donating these awesome scans of the latest Italian issue of “Best Movie” magazine.

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– Magazine Scans > 2013 > Best Movie (Italy) (2 February 2013)

February 19, 2013

We know there’s a planned tribute to honor the 50th anniversary of the James Bond franchise at the Oscars this weekend, but at least one 007 won’t be in attendance. According to Rachel Weisz, wife of “Skyfall” star Daniel Craig, she and her husband won’t even be in the building at Sunday’s show.

“No, we’re not coming [to the Oscars],” Weisz, who stars in March’s “Oz the Great and Powerful,” told CNN Saturday.

That’s likely disappointing for Bond fans who were hoping there was truth to the rumor that the six leading men in the series would all appear as part of the tribute. The segment itself was announced in January, with Oscars producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron saying in a statement posted on Deadline that they were “very happy to include a special sequence on our show saluting the Bond films on their 50th birthday.” They didn’t mention anything about bringing the actors who played the agent onto the stage, but speculation that Pierce Brosnan, Sean Connery, Roger Moore and the rest were going to appear soon spread online.

However, Brosnan has also seemingly shut down theories about any potential participation. When TMZ brought up the gossip regarding all six Bonds making an appearance, Brosnan cryptically replied, “well, they’ll be missing one.”

Even without all six actors, the tribute is already a can’t-miss moment: Both Adele, who’s nominated for an Oscar thanks to her “Skyfall” theme song, and legendary Bond franchise vocalist Shirley Bassey are set to perform.

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February 16, 2013

Thanks to Mandy for donating a great scan of Daniel in Total Film UK, the March 2013 issue. Check it out below.



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– Magazine Scans > 2013 > Total Film (UK) (March 2013)

February 16, 2013

Back in October it was reported that Skyfall screenwriter John Logan had signed a deal to pen the scripts for a two-movie 007 arc for Bond 24 and Bond 25, which would then be shot back-to-back. However, with the billion dollar success of Daniel Craig’s latest outing, it seems that producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson have changed their minds and are now looking at a standalone story for the super spy’s 24th screen adventure, with Skyfall director Sam Mendes said to be close to agreeing a return.

According to Baz Bamigboye of The Daily Mail, Academy Award-winner Mendes “hasn’t firmly made up his mind about directing another Bond, but I’m reliably told he’s ’75 per cent’ of the way towards doing it.” Apparently Mendes was reluctant to commit to the plans to shoot two movies back-to-back, but with those plans jettisoned, he’s now on board “in theory”, but wants to see a finished script from Logan first. The report goes on to state that Bond 24 could go into pre-production later this year, which would surely be a necessity if Eon are to have any chance of meeting a planned release in 2014.

Having pulled in $1.1 billion at the global box-office to date, Skyfall is currently the 007th highest-grossing movie of all-time, and sees Daniel Craig starring alongside the likes of Judi Dench, Javier Bardem, Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, Albert Finney, Ben Wishaw and Bérénice Marlohe.

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February 12, 2013

I added some old scans of an article in a Dutch magazine, who took pictures of Daniel’s and Rachel’s home in New York. Check out the scans below.

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Magazine Scans > 2012 > Glossy – July 2012

February 09, 2013

I added a few old magazine scans to the gallery. Thanks to Claudia from Operation Beauty: Rachel Weisz for these!

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Magazine Scans > 2013 > Movie Time (February 2013)
Magazine Scans > 2012 > Total Film UK November 2012
Magazine Scans > 2011 > Total Film November 2011

February 06, 2013

Rooney Mara has insisted there is no chance of Daniel Craig being sliced from the sequel to The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.

Mara starred as computer hacker Lisbeth Salander in the Hollywood adaptation of Stieg Larsson’s best-selling novel, while Craig played investigative journalist Mikael Blomqvist. Directed by David Fincher, the film opened in December 2011 and took $233 million (£147 million) at the box office worldwide – a total Sony Pictures later called a “modest loss”.

A sequel based on Larsson’s second novel The Girl Who Played With Fire was supposed to come out this year (2013), but the project was delayed while its script was being finished. Last week (February 1), it was reported that Craig could now be written out in a bid to cut costs.

However, Mara has insisted this is not an option. She told MTV: “I’ve been talking a lot with [David Fincher] about the sequel, and I don’t know where that rumour was started. He wouldn’t be written out.”

Fincher has yet to sign a deal to direct The Girl Who Played With Fire, but Mara confirmed that he remains in the frame. “I would hope that he would [direct the sequel],” she said. “But no matter what, he’ll definitely have some sort of involvement.”

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