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February 18, 2006 | From Associated Press
The new James Bond now has his Bond Girl. Eva Green, whose screen credits include Bernardo Bertolucci's erotic drama "The Dreamers," will costar as the enticing Vesper Lynd in "Casino Royale" opposite Daniel Craig. Craig is making his debut appearance as Bond in the film. Directed by Martin Campbell, "Casino Royale" is expected to be in theaters Nov. 17.
July 22, 2006 | From Reuters
A new James Bond novel will be published in 2008 to mark the centenary of creator Ian Fleming's birth, but the identity of the new author is being kept under wraps. Fleming is credited with writing 13 or 14 Bond novels, starting with "Casino Royale" in 1953 and ending with "Octopussy and the Living Daylights." The authorship of "Thunderball" is disputed.
December 16, 2011
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January 15, 2013 | By Jenn Harris
The Golden Globes are synonymous with red-carpet gowns, hair blowouts and diamonds galore, but even the celebrities squeezing into teeny-tiny dresses have to eat. So what do you feed a room full of Hollywood's most famous stars? Champagne, sushi, burgers, fries and brownies, of course. At the Weinstein Co.'s Golden Globes after-party, the stars munched on burgers and fries from Fatburger, sushi from Katsuya, sipped Moet Champagne and finished with sweets by Sheila G's, founder of Brownie Brittle . PHOTOS: Golden Globes best and worst dressed Heidi Klum was spotted with a cone of french fries, and Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz, Jonah Hill and others were seen nibbling on Brownie Brittle's champagne brownie truffles with gold dust, mocha toffee crunch brownies, signature brownies and white chocolate raspberry blondies.
June 20, 2007 | From Times wire reports
Director Michael Apted is heading to Narnia, while filmmaker Marc Forster is off on the next Bond adventure. Apted and Forster were both named Tuesday to take over two of Hollywood's biggest franchises. Disney Pictures and Walden Media have tapped Apted, who directed the 1999 Bond film "The World Is Not Enough," to direct "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader," the third installment in the "Narnia" series, according to Variety.
July 20, 2008 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Activision Inc. announced that its first game based on the James Bond license, a franchise that once belonged to rival game publisher Electronic Arts Inc., will hit stores Nov. 7, the same date as the release of the new Bond movie "Quantum of Solace." The movie features the return of actor Daniel Craig, who played Bond in "Casino Royale." At the annual E3 video game convention, Santa Monica-based Activision also showed off a new version of its Guitar Hero franchise. Scheduled for release in the fall, Guitar Hero World Tour adds a drum kit and microphone as well as a new guitar that has an accelerometer and a touch-sensitive slider bar. Activision's newest entry in the music game genre also adds a recording mode that lets players create songs from scratch, using a library of beats, sounds and samples.
June 29, 2008 | Adam Tschorn, Times Staff Writer
When Tom Ford announced he'll be dressing Daniel Craig in November's James Bond flick, "Quantum of Solace," it made sense to anyone who has watched the fashion rock star's meteoric rise in the menswear arena. Ford went from launching his eponymous line to dressing Bond in just 14 months. But what'll it take to win the allegiance of the die-hard followers of Bond style, who keep the flame burning with websites such as CommanderBond.
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