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Former Bond Beats Death Three Times

19th April 2007

Former JAMES BOND star ROGER MOORE is lucky to be alive after cheating death three times in his life. The British star, 79, reveals he first dodged death when he was diagnosed with double pneumonia,...

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Palmer: 'Younger Craig Wasn't Suave Enough To Play Bond'

10th April 2007

British actress PATSY PALMER couldn't believe it when she saw her old friend DANIEL CRAIG as superspy JAMES BOND - because he was never that suave when she knew him. The hunky British actor has...

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Bond Veteran Warns Craig Of Role Woes

1st March 2007

Former JAMES BOND star TIMOTHY DALTON has warned current 007 DANIEL CRAIG he faces "all kinds of s**t" playing the world famous secret agent. Dalton - who played Bond in THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS and LICENCE...

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Craig Wants Seymour As Bond Girl

21st February 2007

New 007 star DANIEL CRAIG wants veteran Bond girl JANE SEYMOUR to feature in the next instalment of the spy series - as his love interest. Seymour, 57, starred opposite ROGER MOORE in 1973's LIVE...

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Movie Reviews: Music And Lyrics

14th February 2007

Timed to arrive with Valentine's Day, Warner Bros. is releasing the romantic comedy Music and Lyrics starring Drew Barrymore and Hugh Grant -- and critics, by and large, are greeting it with warm kisses. "This...

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Movie Reviews: Eragon

15th December 2006

How can a movie based on a novel by a then 17-year-old and directed by a man with the improbable name of Stefen Fangmeier possibly go wrong? Well, in several ways, say many critics in...

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Movie Reviews: Bobby

24th November 2006

Emilio Estevez's Bobby, which takes place on the day Robert Kennedy was assassinated in 1968, is an ambitious project, critics agree. Some say, too ambitious. Estevez, writes Roger Moore in the Orlando Sentinel, "deftly weaves...

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Newspapers Cutting Costs By Cutting Film Critics

23rd November 2006

In their effort to cut costs as subscribers desert them, newspapers are firing their film critics and replacing them with wire-service reviews. In a commentary appearing today (Thursday) in the Orlando Sentinel's blog, the newspaper's...

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Movie Reviews: Deck The Halls

23rd November 2006

There are few Christmas cheers from the critics for Deck the Halls. "A leaden slice of fruitcake, with about as much nutritional value, it's not worth working up a good hate over," grumbles Roger Moore...

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Craig Misses Out In Sexiest Bond Poll

22nd November 2006

New JAMES BOND DANIEL CRAIG might be a hit at the box office, but Americans still think he has a long way to go to topple PIERCE BROSNAN as the sexiest 007, according to a...

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Roger Moore In Appeal To Save Historic U.k. Studio

15th November 2006

Former 007 Roger Moore has made a plea for a buyer to come forth to save the 80-year-old Elstree Film Studios. The historic studios, where Alfred Hitchcock directed some of his more famous mysteries and...

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Moore Pleads For 'Caring' Buyer For Elstree Studios

15th November 2006

Acting veteran SIR ROGER MOORE has issued a plea for a "caring" buyer to come forward and save London's world famous Elstree Film Studios. The famous studios - where STAR WARS and the INDIANA JONES...

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Hepburn Dress Under The Hammer

13th November 2006

AUDREY HEPBURN'S iconic black dress worn in 1961s BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S is expected to fetch as much as GBP70,000 ($126,000) when it goes under the hammer next month (DEC06). The Film and Entertainment sale, a...

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Moonraker Line Voted James Bond's Naughtiest

13th November 2006

A saucy line from MOONRAKER has been voted JAMES BOND fans' favourite 007 sexual innuendo. Cinema advertising giants Pearl And Dean invited devotees of the secret agent franchise to vote for their favourite sexy gag...

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The Things They Say 3328

11th November 2006

"ROGER MOORE said on television the other day, 'MICHAEL CAINE changed his name and kept his accent. I changed my accent and kept my name. He's working all the time and I can't get a...

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Cowell Backs Craig's Bond

7th November 2006

TV star SIMON COWELL has backed DANIEL CRAIG to shine as the new JAMES BOND, but insists Craig could never equal SIR ROGER MOORE's portrayal of the British superspy. Despite fan favourite SIR SEAN CONNERY...

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Moore Admires Poet Kipling's Ways

6th November 2006

SIR ROGER MOORE has revealed a softer side, he's a huge fan of British poet RUDYARD KIPLING. The former JAMES BOND star revealed his admiration for the acclaimed writer at a literary event at the...

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Roger Moore: 'Bond Doesn't Require Good Acting'

6th November 2006

Former JAMES BOND star ROGER MOORE insists it doesn't take a "good actor" to play the world's most famous secret agent. Moore - who played the suave superspy in the early 1980s - insists criticism...

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Connery Voted Best Bond, Goldfinger Best 007 Film

2nd November 2006

Veteran actor SIR SEAN CONNERY has been named the best JAMES BOND and his 1964 007 movie GOLDFINGER the best Bond film, in a new survey. Connery, who was the first actor to portray the...

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Movie Reviews: Saw Iii

30th October 2006

As horror films go, Saw III fared fairly well with critics. Although they were not permitted to see it in advance of Friday's opening and had to buy tickets to do so like everyone else,...

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Movie Reviews: Open Season

29th September 2006

This is certainly open season for critics firing potshots at animated animals. To be sure, the animated animal population may be in need of some thinning out, but the critics are firing a veritable fusillade...

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Connery Still Best Bond

25th September 2006

SIR SEAN CONNERY has been voted the best JAMES BOND of all time, retaining his place as the world's favourite 007. A poll by sci-fi magazine SFX also named 1964's GOLDFINGER as the best 007...

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Movie Reviews: Jackass: Number Two

22nd September 2006

The folks who will flock to see Jackass: Number Two are probably not the kind who will read the reviews of the movie. On the other hand, the folks who have absolutely no intention of...

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Moore's Son To Reprise The Saint Role?

15th September 2006

ROGER MOORE's son is set to reprise his father's role in hit 1960s TV series THE SAINT. The former JAMES BOND star told producers GEOFFREY MOORE would be a perfect replacement for PIERCE BROSNAN as...

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Invincible Remains Such For Second Week

4th September 2006

Because of the Labor Day holiday, several studios did not release estimates for the weekend Sunday, but news reports indicated that the consensus was that Disney's Invincible narrowly held on to the lead for the...

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Craig Vows To Be The Baddest Bond Ever

9th August 2006

English actor DANIEL CRAIG has vowed to be the baddest JAMES BOND in the history of the film franchise. The blond MUNICH star is the sixth actor to play 007, following in the footsteps of...

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Craig Scared Of Heights

7th August 2006

New JAMES BOND star DANIEL CRAIG was forced to overcome his crippling fear of heights to play the superspy in CASINO ROYALE. The MUNICH actor is following in the footsteps of previous 007s SIR ROGER...

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Moore Plans Murder Victim Tv Role

21st July 2006

Veteran actor SIR ROGER MOORE is hoping to star as a murder victim in British TV drama MIDSOMER MURDERS. Moore is a huge fan of the show, but its star JOHN NETTLES is uncertain he...

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Bond's Gun Phobia

17th July 2006

Former JAMES BOND star SIR ROGER MOORE almost never got to play the suave superspy because he's terrified of guns. Ever since a rifle exploded in his hands during his National Service in the British...

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Moore's 'Birth-like' Film Premiere Nerves

16th July 2006

Legendary actor SIR ROGER MOORE has Iikened the nerves he felt at the premiere of LIVE AND LET DIE to being at the birth of his children. Moore made his debut as suave secret agent...

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