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Daniel Craig: 'Skyfall' in Trafalgar Square!

Daniel Craig: 'Skyfall' in Trafalgar Square!

Daniel Craig films scenes for the new James Bond movie, Skyfall, in Trafalgar Square on Saturday (November 19) in London, England.

The 43-year-old British actor reprises his role as 007 in the Sam Mendes-directed flick, which also stars Javier Bardem as the villain.

“It, I think, has all the elements of a classic Bond movie, including, to quell any rumours, a lot of action,” Sam said during a recent press conference.

Though he was tight-lipped on details, Sam shared that British actor Ben Whishaw “will be playing a part I can’t tell you about … and Albert Finney, who will also be playing a part I can tell you nothing about in scenes that I can’t really tell you about and Ralph Fiennes, who, similarly, I can give you very little information about.”

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  • Rough

    Looking old and rough.

  • Groan

    Not another bond movie with him in it! Short, ugly man. Can’t stand his thin, pursed lips and wooden acting.

  • susan

    to Groan

    yes, another Bond film with Daniel Craig. and he is signed up for more Bond films after Skyfall. you know, if you don’t like how he looks or acts then don’t see the film. the rest of us will.

  • anon

    Ben Whishaw is in this?! Now I have to see this! That man is so pretty!!

  • Caleb

    If you dont like Craig as Bond then dont post on here….go watch your nostalgicly corny Bond films from before this series…
    Overrated series gets an amazing reboot and people cry because they live in the past.

  • BEAN

    Look how suave he looks OH MY GOD. I not attracted to Daniel Craig himself but I am certainly attracted to the character he plays in the James Bond series. Same with Christian Bale and Batman. Weird!

  • bissgirl

    He looks so hot!!!!! Cant wait for the movie. Best Bond by far

  • Ka simply

    Look Old remember ‎‏old days

  • marq

    And with Albert Finney? Oh this will be BIG.

  • Kay

    He is by far the most interesting Bond, and tied for the sexiest with Sean Connery. Absolutely can’t wait to see the new movie. It sounds like they are packing it with some terrific actors.

  • http://Ja Slig o ^____________^ cute

    Oh wrong room

  • old

    he looks sixty.

  • Daniel and Rooney

    They both look incredibly hot. PERFECT CHEMISTRY!!!!!!!!!
    Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig for Empire by Jean-Baptiste Mondino

  • Kevin

    I can’t wait Daniel Craig is the bedt Bond by far.

  • Elle

    to 13
    Thank you. I haven’t seen it so far. I don’t know why, but Daniel and Rooney make a lovely picture always. I am sure these two are a good combination as Blomkvist/Salander!

  • for more

    yes, another Bond film with Daniel Craig. and he is signed up for more Bond films after Skyfall.
    when you are sure so tell me if he’s signed ip for more Cowboys&Aliens movies?

  • bissgirl

    Daniel looking good as always. He always looks so cool.

  • Reliance

    “DreamWorks lost nearly $30 million on Cowboys and Aliens, panned severely by critics. Its Fright Night joined the list of underperformers.”

    “Another person familiar with Reliance’s movie operations hinted that there is friction between the company and DreamWorks because of the results so far. Reliance has also ended many deals with stars and is pulling out money from “unviable” contracts, the person said, asking not to be named.

    A Reliance spokesman denied that there is any strain between his company and DreamWorks. “Everything is absolutely fine.” He said though Cowboys and Aliens didn’t do well, it was made up with The Help. The perception that the movie deals are not doing well is wrong, he said.”
    Anil Ambani belongs to the best group of businessmen in the world but he should step away from Dreamworks if he doesn’t want to lose all his money.

  • Meyer

    Hollywood, CA – Mediocre, stunk, crap, sh***y. These are all words used to describe some of Universal’s recent movie releases, though none of them were used by critics or even fans. All of those terms were used by Ron Meyer, the head of the studio which oversaw all the productions, acknowledging what many film lovers had been saying for a long time.

    “Forget all the smart people involved in it, it wasn’t good enough. All those little creatures bouncing around were crappy. I think it was a mediocre movie, and we all did a mediocre job with it,” Meyer said of last summer’s flop ‘Cowboys & Aliens’.

    Mediocre, stunk, crap, sh***y. – Meyer used the right words for C&A, what a pity he didn’t heard what I saidd before filming Cowboys started, haha, never mind at least he spoke about it now.

  • Movies

    Why We Can’t Have Great Movies

    Universal Pictures chief Ron Meyer caused a splash late last week, when he admitted that “we do make a lot of shitty movies,” and listed Land of the Lost, The Wolfman and Cowboys & Aliens among the studio’s clunkers.

    But the really fascinating thing about Meyer’s presentation at the Savannah Film Festival was the insight he gave into why so many movies are crap: there’s a kind of downward spiral where the more movies flop, the more risk-averse the studios become, and the more they make movies that are probably going to flop.

    Meyer’s comments came just before Universal had a bad weekend — Universal’s Eddie Murphy comedy Tower Heist crashed and burned at the box office, being beaten by Puss in Boots. Meyer had been trying to set up a controversial deal to release Tower Heist on Video on Demand just a couple weeks after it hit theaters, and now he must be wishing he’d succeeded.

    Now Tower Heist looks likely to join a long line of recent flops for Universal, including Dream House, The Change-Up, The Thing, Your Highness, Scott Pilgrim, Repo Men, The Wolfman, Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant, and many others. If it wasn’t for the Fast & Furious and Fockers franchises plus Despicable Me, Universal would have had a pretty dismal last few years.

    Movie Line’s account of Meyer’s remarks in Savannah is pretty fascinating, and well worth reading in its entirety. Super briefly, here are the highlights:

    1) He goes into the problems with The Wolfman and Cowboys & Aliens, and says Land of the Lost was “just crap.”

    2) He says 3-D only makes sense for a small number of movies, like the otherwise-unappealing Journey to the Center of the Earth 3-D.

    3) Says that the projects he recently killed, The Dark Tower and At the Mountains of Madness, were just too risky.

    4) Says almost nobody can afford to do what James Cameron did with Avatar, and he’s proud of A Beautiful Mind — but he wouldn’t do it again because he’d rather make money than make critically acclaimed award bait.

    What’s interesting is the innate contradiction there — Meyer says, on the one hand, that he hates the fact that his studio puts out shitty movies like Land of the Lost and The Wolfman, or mediocre movies like Cowboys & Aliens. On the other hand, he says that aiming too high, with potentially brilliant projects like Dark Tower, Mountains of Madness, or something visually ambitious like Avatar, is too risky. And he wouldn’t do Beautiful Mind again.

    So Meyer wants movies that are better than Cowboys and Aliens, but not as good as A Beautiful Mind. Not mediocre, just not great. (What’s in between mediocre and great? I think the answer to that question would be worth a billion dollars in Hollywood.)

    Let’s just state the obvious — Meyer wouldn’t be apologizing for Cowboys and Aliens and Land of the Lost if they had made money. If Land of the Lost had been a runaway hit, he’d be talking about how Land of the Lost 2 was going to be a lot of fun.

    It also seems likely that Universal’s recent box office misfortunes have made the studio more risk-averse. Meyer says that Dark Tower and Mountains of Madness were both going to be super-expensive films that might not make enough money back. That calculation might have turned out the same way regardless, but it might be easier to justify a big outlay for a couple of prestige projects if the last several gambles had paid off.
    Some fans here were excited about The Dark Tower and Meyer said this project isn’t greenlighted at all.

  • to 20

    Oh boy, The Dark Tower being postponed a uncertain amount of time is really OLD NEWS. That’s the reason Javier is free to take on the baddie of Bond23

  • to 21

    Gina (16, 18, 19, 20) is always too late, she brings an old and negative news as usual. Ignore her.

  • sara

    my fav James Bond!!! After casino royale I actually started liking James Bond, some of the previous guys have made him quite sleezy, but Daniel Craig is sexy and sauve!!!

  • Fio

    You know, Fincher has a three hour cut of TGWTDT and SONY wanted nothing longer than two hours and twenty minutes. But, now, Fincher seems to win. If it’s true, I’m so exciting! Go, Fincher!!

    From IMdb Board: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011)
    by aprileshowers 17 hours ago (Sat Nov 19 2011 12:35:03
    I just bought a ticket at a NYC AMC theater and they said the runtime is 2 hours and 52 minutes. Yes!

  • to 22 – old or new, no matter

    Hey, first of all, no matter if news is old or new but it just confirmed the things that I said about Cowboys and Dream House before and that some people, expecially executives and head of the studio, themselves got to sense finally. I am glad that all people working in the film industry now are more careful, learned that famous names have no effect on a film and box office. Some fans were excited that Dream House will be directed by Oscar director Sheridan but I wasn’t impressed by his status because I knew it won’t help to the movie. I wasn’t impressed by names like Favreau, Ford and Craig who were involved in Cowboys&Aliens while fans were too excited and in the end they let Cowboys fail financially. Now the head of Universal said the same and I think most of producers won’t too much trust in big names and maybe there will be more space for more talented and unknown actors. I noticed that Dragon Tattoo is still post-production and they plan to release the movie next month so hopefully all is doing well with Fincher but somehow I doubt, like in the case of Dream House and Cowboys.

  • Fio

    Rachel Weisz: ‘I’m still a blushing bride’ – It’s been a year of high drama for the actress Rachel Weisz. A whirlwind romance with Daniel Craig and half a dozen films have certainly kept her busy.

    Rachel Weisz is talking about the nature of romantic love.
    ‘Is it heroic to follow your heart, to fall so deeply in love that you don’t have a choice?’ she asks over dinner at a bustling Moroccan restaurant in New York.
    We’re on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, close to the home she shares with Daniel Craig and her five-year-old son, Henry (from her relationship with the director Darren Aronofsky).
    Weisz herself may have chosen the heart over the head.
    Twelve months ago she split up with Darren Aronofsky, her partner of nine years; soon after that it was revealed that she was seeing Daniel Craig, who had split up with his long-term fiancé, Satsuki Mitchell.
    Weisz and Craig were married in June this year. But she won’t discuss their relationship with me.
    Prior to Aronofsky (who directed Black Swan) the actress had relationships with Neil Morrissey and Sam Mendes and has been quite open about her personal life in the past.
    Her current reticence, I suspect, is influenced by the notoriously private Craig.
    ‘I’m sorry,’ she says with a smile, ‘I’m a newly wed, I’m still a blushing bride and it’s really private. I can’t tell you anything. Come back to me later.’
    It is obvious, however, that Rachel Weisz is a woman in love. As she walks towards me striding past cafés, book shops and an ‘Asian Bodywork’ health centre, the spring in her step is plain to see.
    She looks radiant, casually dressed in black Earnest Sewn jeans, boots and a black Margiela T-shirt, with her long hair flowing and a dazzling smile lighting up her face.
    We find a table in the back of the restaurant with its tiled tables, brick walls, Moroccan lamps and jars full of lentils.
    She’s wearing a chunky Rolex and a simple, delicate wedding ring. ‘No engagement ring,’ she says.
    She orders chicken tajine, couscous and salad, refusing wine because she’s shooting a scene for her next movie, The Bourne Legacy, at 3am tomorrow.
    She rolls her eyes, adding. ‘I do drink wine. I read that I wasn’t drinking alcohol because I was pregnant. It’s not true.’
    Would she like another baby?
    ‘Absolutely no comment. Oh my Lord, I was asked that recently by a journalist and I think I said, “You never know,” and it was turned into something else entirely. I’m not complaining. I am just realising that anything I say…’
    She runs her fingers through her hair and sighs.
    Craig and Weisz reportedly became close while filming Jim Sheridan’s new thriller, Dream House, which opens next week. They play a married couple who move to the country and discover that their new home is haunted.
    Unsurprisingly, there is great chemistry between the pair. ‘I really enjoyed working with him,’ says Weisz.
    ‘We have actually known each other a long time, since our early twenties,’ she adds, explaining that they performed together back then in Les Grandes Horizontales, produced by the experimental theatre group Talking Tongues, which she co-founded at Cambridge University.
    ‘He is a very good actor,’ she says. At which point she puts down a forkful of couscous, looks me squarely in the eye and we both dissolve into laughter.
    Weisz has a loud infectious laugh and a sense of humour, but she is not the easiest person to interview.
    When I ask a question, it is often parried with another question: do you think what women want from a relationship changes as they get older?
    ‘What do you think?’
    Readers are interested in your views not mine – I’m writing a profile piece about you.
    ‘What’s expected in a profile?’
    She can also be a bit evasive, worried about words being taken out of context. I ask whether, in her view, children benefit from mothers who have fulfilling careers.
    ‘I don’t want to make a sweeping statement,’ she sighs. ‘I once said that in the last trimester of my pregnancy I had a glass of red wine; it turned into me supposedly saying pregnant women should drink.’
    Any tips from her impressively ripped husband? ‘We’ve been to the gym together but we do very different training,’ she says, laughing.
    Beyond that, she can’t reveal anything about the film. ‘Believe it or not, I can talk about Bourne as much as I can talk about my marriage!’
    And with that Rachel Weisz gets up to leave, heading home to the spy who loves her, her secrets safe.

  • to 24

    From IMdb Board: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011)
    by aprileshowers 17 hours ago (Sat Nov 19 2011 12:35:03
    I just bought a ticket at a NYC AMC theater and they said the runtime is 2 hours and 52 minutes. Yes!
    This ticket buyer reminded me fans who were planning to buy ticket to see C&A and Dream House in theaters and in the end they lost interest.
    I normally feel sorry for this ticket buyer. How much ticket cost? What if Dragon Tattoo will be postponed? Then my question is: What will this buyer do with the ticket?

  • Fio

    Geez, MTV doesn’t know Daniel as Karas in RENAISSANCE.
    He did a great voice work then, too :)

    Five Reasons To See ‘The Adventures Of Tintin’

  • 007



  • Fio

    According to Dagens Nyheter, they are having a international press thing in Stockholm on Monday (Nov. 21). Rooney and Stellan will be there. Swede is on this board?

  • @26

    The thread is about Craig. Don’t see her in the pics so why drag her into it? Any ezcuse for Weisz girlie fans to show up.

  • to 26

    Rachel Weisz – who? Surprised she’s still emplyoed as an actress. she would improve her job of a gardener.

  • to 27

    What if Dragon Tattoo will be postponed? Then my question is: What will this buyer do with the ticket?
    buyer wipes a s s with it.

  • to 33

    Gina, I am disgusted with your sockpuppet.

  • to Fio


    link please…




  • 007



  • susan

    for more.

    yes, Western Front, Daniel is up for more Bond Films. watch the Skyfall news conference and listen to what Barbara Broccoli said. but you know that.




  • Fio

    to @26
    No offense, but I won’t post it if Rachel hasn’t relations with Daniel. I pulled out only the part that she mentioned Daniel from the article. I’ve often posted an article when somebody mentioned Daniel.
    to to Fio
    Sorry, I cannot show the direct link to you cuz I picked it up on Imdb and Rooney’s fan site. So I want to know the details if Swede is on this board :)
    From IMdb:
    by pocki0 1 day ago (Sat Nov 19 2011 04:03:24)
    They are having a international press thing in Stockholm on Monday according to Dagens Nyheter, the press will be shown the 8 min trailer and Rooney and Stellan will be there (I guess Daniel is busy with Skyfall).

    Rooney Mara tuffa tid efter inspelningen i Sverige
    ( Google translate)
    Rooney Mara tough time after the recording in Sweden
    Rooney Mara can not think of Naomi Rapace – the pressure becomes too great.
    And the U.S. version of Lisbeth Salander is suffering from vitamin D deficiency after the time in Sweden, she says in an interview with P4 premiere:
    - It was too dark and cold for me, says Mara of Sweden.

    On 21 December it is time for Rooney Mara, 26, to prove themselves in the role of Lisbeth Salander in “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo”.
    As early as the evening rolls a huge PR machinery in motion in Sweden. For three days, American and director David Fincher film market facing a massive media posse.
    Have felt great pressure

    The press has been great for the actress, partly because of Naomi Rapace, 31, role performance in the Swedish films.
    - As soon as I knew I got the role, that I would play that I released all that. It had been too overwhelming, says Rooney Mara on ideas about Rapace in an interview with P4 premiere.

    The recording, which largely took place in Sweden, was also tough for Mara.
    - It was too dark and cold for me. I have a lack of vitamin D after having been in Sweden throughout the years, she continues to tell.
    For a long time in Sweden

    She believes that it was necessary to experience the Swedish winter in order to do the role.
    - I am so happy to have been there. I have read books and saw all the sites that participate in them. I do not think you can understand the character if you do not spend a winter in Sweden, says Rooney Mara on to P4 premiere.
    Together with Daniel Craig, 43, who plays Mikael Blomkvist, she has also had to struggle to acquire Swedish accent. She also says the radio station:

    - It was definitely difficult because there is a Swedish accent. Some sounds British, other Swedish. We got to choose how we wanted it to sound, says Mara who believe that Hollywood’s film will draw more audience even to the books and Swedish films.
    “Earnings for All”

    - There is enough profit for everyone. It gives more attention to books and to the Swedish films. More will probably see them now.

  • Daniel is Hot

    Hey we are interested in Rachel because she is married to Daniel, she is a very big part of Daniel’s life now. So Fio post anything about her as it relates to Danny. You always find such interesting things. Continue the good work.

  • Mendel

    Oh wow, Dan does look suave! I just love that coat! And love him without the coat, too… ;)

    to Daniel and Rooney

    Fabulous pic! I hadn’t seen that yet, and oh boy, it’s good!

    to Fio

    thanks for all the new info!

    “the spring in her step is plain to see”


    “heading home to the spy who loves her”


    to DiH

    “So Fio post anything about her as it relates to Danny. You always find such interesting things. Continue the good work.”

    Yes, absolutely! JJ should give her a job :)

  • Fio

    Daniel Covers Men’s Journal – December 2011/January 2012 issue

  • Fio
  • Fio

    Rooney mounts Daniel in the bed – Click to the pic, to enlarge

  • Fio

    From IMdb, thanks for the scan, hwstich!! :)
    Daniel said, “Mikael Blomkvist is not a bullshitter. That’s why he’s so appealing. He’s flawed. He’s an egotist. But he has very strong moral centre.”
    Zoom in on an image, Rooney mentioned Daniel.
    “I’d never met him before, and I hate to admit it but I hadn’t seen any of the James Bond film. But of course I knew who he was. I’m not someone gets starstruck, but it helped that he was down to earth and a really great guy. I never uncomfortable at the screen test or when we made the movie. He’s been through everything, and he’s such an amazing actor. I had to experience new things, so it was great to have someone there who has been through a lot.”

  • Fio

    Agh… after all, Fincher listened to what SONY requested :(
    moviezine: David Fincher confirms the running time of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo: 2,32 h.
    4 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone

  • Mendel

    to Fio

    thanks for the great pics – loved the first one (Dan’s icy stare *shiver*), couldn’t open the last one.

    “Rooney mounts Daniel in the bed”

    *mind goes blank*

    “he was down to earth and a really great guy”

    Dan does sound just lovely!

  • Elle

    WTF?! Runtime will be 152 min? It’s the same runtime as the Swedish version. How disappointing! I’m nervous it may lack the creation of an allusive feeling. I thought the Swedish version lacked in many important scenes and an allusive feeling. In the book, it left the reader with an allusive feeling. The book suggests that one should not forget about the performance which has been done, and should linger depth to the performance. Oh well, wait and see…..

  • Runtime

    The extended version of the Swedish movie had a run time of 176 and wasn’t better than the theatrical cut. It’s not a question of run time, it’s a question of being able to tell a story in a proper way. I’m not concerned in the slightest that Fincher will just do that: Tell the story in proper way.