Tag Archives: James Bond

Cilian Murphy

This morning.

A View To A Cillian?

What say you?

Odds on Cillian Murphy becoming next James Bond slashed as smart money moves to Peaky Blinders star (Cork Beo)

Last night.

London, England, UK


‘No Time To Die is startling, exotically self-aware, funny and confident, and perhaps most of all it is big: big action, big laughs, big stunts and however digitally it may have been contrived, and however wildly far-fetched, No Time To Die looks like it is taking place in the real world, a huge wide open space that we’re all longing for.’

No Time To Die – Review (Guardian)

Yesterday: The Book Of Daniel

All the Craig you’ll ever need.

Irish Bond nut Alan Carroll writes:

With No Time To Die so close I thought a round up of the Craig era would be useful covering Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Skyfall, Spectre, No Time To Die. Let’s hope this will be useful for going to see Daniel Craig’s last outing as James Bond 007.

Bring back Dalton.


This afternoon.

Just ‘dropped.

The trailer for a new FREE documentary released ahead of Daniel Craig’s final performance as James Bond in the much-delayed No Time To Die. Includes never-before-seen archival footage from Craig’s first 007 outing, Casino Royale (2006).

The 45-minute retrospective is on the Apple TV app from September 7-October 7 (see what they did there?).

Bring Back Dalton!

Being James Bond (Apple TV)

Never mind.

Young Irish Bond nut Alan Carroll (top) watches and instantly reviews the latest trailer for No Time To Die with the intensity of a young George Lazenby, the charm of late-Dalton and Roger Moore’s quizzical eyebrow action.

Oh, James, etc.

Yesterday: What Time Do You Call This?

Thanks Laura Gaynor

This afternoon.

Via James Bond on Instagram:

MGM, Universal and Bond producers, Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, announced today that after careful consideration and thorough evaluation of the global theatrical marketplace, the release of NO TIME TO DIE will be postponed until November 2020. The film will be released in the U.K. on November 12, 2020 with worldwide release dates to follow, including the US launch on November 25, 2020.

Too woke?

Not woke enough?

We may never know.

Oh wait, we will. It’s  the coronavirus…

James Bond Sequel ‘No Time to Die’ Postponed Due to Coronavirus Outbreak (Variety)


‘No Time To Die’ Release Date Moving To Fall In Hopes Global Theater Biz Back At Full Strength (Deadline)

007 (Instagram)

Previously: Broadsheet Trailer Park: No Time To Die

Thanks Jack Jones