Skyfall: now the UK's top film of all time. Proving their love of native spy Jim Bond to be greater than their love of blue monsters, British audiences have, in just 40 days, reportedly given the latest Bond film a box office of £94,277,612, overtaking the amount earned by Avatar over its entire theatrical run and now making Skyfall the biggest film in the country's rich history of paying to watch things.
Before Avatar claimed the title in 2009, the honor of highest-grossing UK film was previously held by the ABBA-based romantic-comedy Mamma Mia!, and that remains pretty weird.
When ordering a vodka martini in 2006's Casino Royale, then-new Bond Daniel Craig responded to the question of "shaken or stirred" with a curt, "Do I look like I give a damn?" It was the informal announcement of a new, harder-edged Bond, one who, now that he mentioned it, did h... / Continue →
Speaking to probably-not-that-reliable British paper The People, Bond producer Michael G. Wilson made an unofficial offer for Daniel Craig to keep on being Bond for another five films--which would push Craig beyond Roger Moore's record of playing Bond seven progressively unconv... / Continue →
As confirmed at a James Bond press conference today, and later relayed by 007's Twitter (naturally), the title and villain rumors were true: Bond 23's official title is indeed Skyfall, and Javier Bardem is our villain. Additionally, director Sam Mendes has now made clear that S... / Continue →