A trailer for "No Time To Die" has just been released, giving us our first proper look at the new Bond movie. Here's what it reveals about the new 007, the return of Blofeld and more.
"No Time to Die" is the new Bond movie, with Daniel Craig and Rami Malek leading the cast. Here's what we know about its release date, plot and the release date of the trailer.
"Knives Out" features an all-star cast of actors like Jamie Lee Curtis, Chris Evans and Daniel Craig taking part in a twisty, turny whodunnit as a selection of big, bold characters.
"Knives Out" delivers a shocking and surprising finale where Benoit Blanc finally reveals 'whodunnit' when the person who killed Harlan Thrombey at the start of the movie is revealed.
The movie will star Daniel Craig as Bond for the fifth, and most likely final time. The film will be released on April 8, 2020 in the US.
The "Captain America" star plays a sassy, expletive-laden character in Rian Johnson's new film.
Producers of the spy franchise parted ways with director Danny Boyle before sequel to Spectre began production.
Britain's super-spy might find it difficult to complete missions without an EU passport.
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The British actors will perform the Shakespeare tragedy in a theater seating fewer than 200 people.
As the new Bond movie arrives in theaters, don't forget the sparkling spy novels that gave us 007.
The actor has given a range of blunt and expletive-laden interviews during his time as 007.
Just last week, Smith had said that he was "definitely not" recording a song for Spectre.
Guns, girls and bad guys. And, of course: Bond, James Bond.
Filming for Spectre has started in the streets of Rome, and the eternal city has been seduced.
The character remains unnamed, hinting at a return of an arch-nemesis after a long legal battle