Many fans of Austin Powers know that the character of Dr. Evil was inspired by Lorne Michaels, the producer of Saturday Night Live. But Dr. Evil was of course also inspired by Ernst Stavro Blofeld, the villain from Thunderball, who was played by Donald Pleasance. While we may never see another Austin Powers movie again, there may be the possibility that Blofeld could come back to the James Bond franchise.
Growing up on James Bond, the parts I always looked forward to were the incredible stuntwork, as well as the gadgets and vehicles. Bond always had an incredible arsenal of cars and toys at his disposal, and now a billionaire is trying to make 007’s submarine car an actual reality.
Lately Hollywood seems to be fund of 3D printing. After the replica of the Aston Martin in the latest James Bond movie and the recent 3D scanning work in World War Z, the french communication agency MNSTR partnered with Sculpteo to promote the new Guillermo del Toro movie ...
Once a James Bond fantasy, diamond-based lasers are now becoming a reality.
Last year was the fiftieth anniversary of Dr. No, the first James Bond movie that launched the cinematic franchise in a big way.
With the resurrection of Star Wars, possible lists of directors have shown up all over the 'Net, yet right now it’s just fanboy wishful thinking.
With the new James Bond movie, Skyfall, due to open in British theaters tomorrow, another spy is stealing all the attention in the murky but glamorous world of vacuum cleaners.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of James Bond’s big screen debut in Dr. No, and Bond is still one of the most important franchises in the world.
It’s amazing the James Bond franchise has lasted as long as it has, but on the other hand it’s also easy to understand why he’s still around.
I've been a fan of James Bond movies for many years. Simply put, the franchise always represented more than just action flicks to me.
So as we all know, The Dark Knight Rises is going to be the last in the modern Batman series with Christian Bale starring, and Christopher Nolan directing.
This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of the first James Bond film, Dr. No.
When James Bond hit the silver screen in 1962, everyone wanted to be a spy. The danger, the Cold War intrigue, the gadgets, the women, it all looked so exciting.
Many thought it couldn't be done, but the James Bond novel that was long considered "un-filmable" revitalized the Bond franchise, and ushered in Daniel Craig as the new 007.
John Logan has a hell of a resume for a screenwriter: Any Given Sunday, The Aviator, Sweeny Todd, Rango, and Hugo.
As many of you know today from the success of Austin Powers, there were a lot of super cool, swingin’ 60’s spies that followed in the wake of James Bond.
It was a real shame to see The Dark Tower fall apart at Universal. Fortunately, Javier Bardem, who was going to play Roland in Tower, quickly bounced back and will be playing the new James Bond villain.
Goldeneye 007 revolutionized first-person shooter games on home consoles and many gamers have fond memories of it. So why not bring it back one more time?
James Bond's famous 1964 Aston Martin DB5 is being auctioned off in London for a cool $5 million.
James Bond always seems to manage okay, but apparently Britain's other spies have a bit of a problem with technology.