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James Bond 24 Production Delayed: License to be Funny

Source: movie fanatic

TimesTalk Presents An Evening With Ralph Fiennes And Wes Anderson
As we heard from Ralph Fiennes, James Bond 24 was set to start production in October. Fans were rejoiced after the success of Skyfall, we are more than ready for the next chapter of the Daniel Craig era of the man who has a license to kill. Guess what, we’re going to have to wait a little longer as production of the 24th Bond movie has been delayed by a couple of months so that a little humor could be injected into the action heavy script. Wait, what ...
Full article at: movie fanatic Jun 30 2014, 10:20am CDT
 


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John Cleese: New James Bond Movies Have One Fatal Flaw

Source: Business Insider

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It’s hard to look back on Skyfall and not consider the film a raging success. The reviews were among the best the James Bond series has ever received. The box office netted more than one billion dollars in worldwide grosses, and the majority of fans seem to think the franchise is in better shape now than at any point since Sean Connery was leading the charge in the early to mid 1960s. The majority of fans, however, does not include everyone, and for a reminder of that, I now bring you M ...
Full article at: Business Insider Jun 25 2014, 10:25am CDT
 

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News: Circuses welcome wild animal bill postponement

Source: The Stage

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Circuses have welcomed a decision not to implement a ban on using wild animals in their shows, claiming the move would have cost them their livelihoods. A ban on wild animals in travelling circuses bill had widely been expected to feature in last week’s Queen’s Speech, which sets out the government’s legislative programme for the next year. However, no such bill was listed – a move which has been welcomed by the circus community. Just two companies use wi ...
Full article at: The Stage Jun 12 2014, 4:18am CDT
 

: Circus animal ban not included in Queen’s Speech

Source: The Stage

Good People - Press Night - Curtain Call & Post-Show Drinks
Calls for wild animals in circuses to be banned have been ignored, after the Queen’s Speech failed to include a bill outlawing the practice. Earlier this month, performers Imelda Staunton and Roger Moore were among the signatories of a letter sent to the Queen, which urged her to include a commitment to the ban in her speech today. In the letter, they stated that, despite promises from the government, “little progress has been made to bring this long overdue ...
Full article at: The Stage Jun 4 2014, 9:31am CDT
 

College Softball World Series 2014: TV Schedule and Game 2 Finals Preview

Source: Bleacher Report

The Drama League Directors Project Meet the Fellows Of 2015
With the first game of the 2014 College Softball World Series final out of the way, the Florida Gators will be looking to take out the Alabama Crimson Tide and win their first ever national championship on Tuesday night. The Gators had a very strong 5-0 win over the Crimson Tide on Monday night thanks to some solid hitting against Jaclyn Traina, who surprisingly struggled despite being one of the more reliable pitchers in softball. On the other hand, Hannah Rogers was her usual self, gett ...
Full article at: Bleacher Report Jun 3 2014, 6:00am CDT
 

News: Imelda Staunton calls for wild animals in circuses to be banned

Source: The Stage

Good People - Press Night - Curtain Call & Post-Show Drinks
Imelda Staunton has backed a campaign calling for the use of wild animals in circuses to be banned. The actress, along with veteran actor Roger Moore, has written to the Queen urging her to include a commitment to the ban in her speech at the State Opening of Parliament on June 4. The letter, which supports Animal Defenders International’s Stop Circus Suffering campaign, raises concerns that despite government promises, “little progress has been made t ...
Full article at: The Stage May 29 2014, 10:07am CDT
 

Roger Moore's 'The Persuaders!' Aston Martin sets world record for a DBS sold at auction

Source: Art Daily

Archeologist Lutz Martin works on a stat
In its 15th year, Bonhams annual auction at the Aston Martin Works totaled £8.7 million, selling over one hundred lots of collectable automobilia alongside almost 50 motor cars, the largest number Bonhams have ever had at the Aston Martin sale. The top lot, a very rare DB6 Mark 2 Volante sold at £757,500. An unsurprisingly popular model from the marque, the Volante sold is one of only 21 examples built. The famed 1970 Aston Martin DBS w ...
Full article at: Art Daily May 18 2014, 10:57pm CDT
 

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Fiona Fullerton accused of 'vandalism' over plan to chop down historic trees

Source: Daily Mail - UK

Sir Roger Moore - Book Signing
The 57-year-old actress, who starred with Roger Moore in A View To A Kill, came under fire after she obtained a licence to fell the towering cypress trees at the Cheltenham mansion. ...
Full article at: Daily Mail - UK May 15 2014, 2:48pm CDT
 

The Living Daylights: Moore the merrier - film on TV recap

Source: the guardian

Sir Roger Moore - Book Signing
Timothy Dalton's debut outing as 007 - succeeding Roger Moore - is on ITV at 3:50pm. Stuart Heritage makes like M and debriefs on this unsmiling attempt to revamp a character who'd become 'a wiggly eyebrow Sellotaped to a cassette tape of crap puns' Continue readi ...
Full article at: the guardian Apr 27 2014, 9:50am CDT