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Daniel Craig says he thinks the upcoming Bond will be his last
August 16th, 2017 under James Bond, Stephen Colbert. [ Comments: none ]


Daniel Craig has played James Bond for times since 2005, and the actor told Stephen Colbert yesterday on The Late Show that he thinks the 5th time will be his last. He explained his decision as, “I just want to go out on a high note and I can’t wait.”

When it comes to his previous comments of that he would rather slash his wrists than play the part again, he said that question was asked to him 2 days after wrapping up Spectre. After working on an action film, you can understand why he would say that.

Are you shaken or stirred that he is leaving the franchise?

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Who make a better Bond, James Corden or David Beckham?
June 9th, 2017 under James Bond, James Corden, The Beckhams. [ Comments: none ]


James Corden brought his show to London this week and what is more British than Bond, James Bond? Not much! So The Late Late Show host and David Beckham both auditioned for the role if Daniel Craig ever vacates it.

How did they do? You tell me if you think Golden Balls is ready for GoldenEye or if Corden goes from the talk show host yes to Dr No?

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BTWF roles: Sir Roger Moore in Mainly Millicent
May 23rd, 2017 under Before They Were Famous, James Bond. [ Comments: none ]


Before Sir Roger Moore played Bond, James Bond on the big screen, he played 007 in Mainly Millicent on the small screen. It is obvious why he landed the role almost a decade later because back when he was 36 years old in 1964 he was oozing the suaveness and sexiness needed to play the most famous spy in the world.

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RIP Moore, Sir Roger Moore
May 23rd, 2017 under James Bond, Obits. [ Comments: none ]











Sir Roger Moore passed away today in Switzerland at the age of 89 after a brief battle with cancer according to his children.

The actor had acted for decades before he landed the role of a lifetime as Bond, James Bond in 1972. He was first seen as the legendary spy in 1983’s Live and Let Die and played him again six more times until 1985 in A View to a Kill. To me, he will always be the quintessential 007 thanks to Moonraker. I can still remember watching that film with my dad as a child. That is when I was introduced to the Spy Who Loved Me, and I loved him. Like so many other people.

Today, let’s keep The Man with the Golden Gun alive by watching him being suave and sexy in one of many roles.

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Shaq’s helicopter dance can’t be unseen!
October 18th, 2016 under James Bond, John Stamos, Shaquille O'Neal. [ Comments: none ]


John Stamos was talking about his locker room experiences when he was a teen on The Late Late Show and James Corden wanted to know what his other guest Shaq’s experiences were like in there. Shaquelle O’Neal told the CBS host that he was proud to take off his clothes. So much so, he created a dance called the helicopter. Basically, a man and only a man, stands in front of a mirror and makes his wee wee spin round and round like the wings of a helicopter. Something I am sure when seen done in person is as hypnotizing as one of those spinning bullseye looking thingies. And even more terrifying and tempting to a woman.

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