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Bond Star Sir Roger Moore Avoids Awkward Questions On His Speaking Tour By Feigning Hearing Troubles.
The 007 actor is currently touring the U.K. performing shows titled An Evening With Sir Roger Moore, during which audience members can grill the movie veteran on any topic.
However, he admits he has a cheeky tactic to avoid answering any questions he deems inappropriate.
"I'm always surprised by the questions, and sometimes I have to pretend I didn't quite hear some of them," he tells Exeterexpressandecho.co.uk, adding, "If I can't think of an answer I can think up a suitable lie."
Continue reading: Roger Moore Feigns Deafness To Avoid Awkward Questions
The Brit starred as iconic Bond girl Pussy Galore in 1964 007 hit Goldfinger and although she is a huge fan of the more recent spy movies starring Daniel Craig, she is adamant they have lost the tension of the earlier films in the series.
Blackman blames the change in formula on the newer movies in the franchise not being based on original stories by Bond creator Ian Fleming.
Continue reading: Honor Blackman: 'New Bond Movies Are Too Close To Bourne'
The actor's maternal grandfather Peter Maivia, who was also a wrestler, played a driver who becomes embroiled in a fight with Sean Connery's 007 in 1967's You Only Live Twice.
Now The Scorpion King star wants to follow in the family tradition and battle Daniel Craig in an upcoming installment of the superspy series.
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The veteran actor is a leading light in People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals' (Peta) drive to force the owners of Fortnum & Mason to remove the controversial pate from shelves.
Despite protests from the public and other stars including Joanna Lumley, Morrissey, and Ricky Gervais, executives at the high-end store still stock foie gras, and Moore has now stepped up the campaign by paying for the printing of hundreds of thousands of leaflets.
Continue reading: Roger Moore Pays For Foie Gras Campaign
Speculation about The Wire star slipping into the superspy's shoes has gathered pace since Harris suggested he would be the perfect James Bond during an interview last year (12).
Now Elba is dogged by the rumour whenever he sits down with a journalist to discuss his career, and Harris blames herself.
Continue reading: Naomie Harris Feels Guilty Over Idris Elba 007 Rumour
The gifts have been put up for sale on eBay.com along with certificates of authenticity to raise funds for the Multiple Sclerosis Society, which supports patients diagnosed with the disease.
Tennant's card features a sketch of a birthday balloon, while Moore's is adorned with an amusing doodle featuring two fish.
Continue reading: David Tennant And Roger Moore Design Cards For Ms Charity
The 83-year-old Hollywood veteran has seen off competition from Colin Firth and Daniel Craig to take first place in this year's (13) Q Score chart, based on opinion polls conducted in America.
Silence of the Lambs' Sir Anthony Hopkins comes in second and Liam Neeson third, while David MCCallum and Daniel Day-Lewis rounded out the top five.
Continue reading: Sir Sean Connery Is America's Most Popular Brit
The British actor fell ill last month (Sep13) and spent a week passing out, shedding weight, and feeling "terrible", so his wife Kristina took him to an emergency room at a hospital near their home in Monaco.
After a series of tests, he was told he has diabetes and has unknowingly suffered from the condition for some time.
Continue reading: Roger Moore Has Diabetes
More than 45 former Bond girls have posed for photographs as part of a new exhibition.
Actresses including Honor Blackman, Shirley Eaton, Grace Jones and Jill St. John sat for a shoot with snapper Taryn Simon to celebrate the superspy movie franchise.
Simon wrote to 57 former stars of the 007 films, and only ten declined to take part - including the very first Bond girl, Ursula Andress, and British actress Gemma Arterton, who had a brief role in 2008's Quantum of Solace.
Continue reading: Bond Girls Strike A Pose For New Photo Exhibition
The A View to a Kill actress is among the star contestants lining up for this year's (13) season of the British ballroom dancing contest, but she is terrified that nerves will get the better of her at each live performance.
Fullerton confided in her competition partner Anton Du Beke, and he has advised her to get hypnotised to overcome her anxiety.
Continue reading: Fiona Fullerton Wants Hypnosis To Cure Anxiety