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Daniel Craig: First 'Skyfall' Still!

Daniel Craig: First 'Skyfall' Still!

Daniel Craig is ready for action in this new official still for the new James Bond movie, Skyfall, out November 9!

The 43-year-old British actor puts his gun up as he reprises his role as 007 for the third time in the Sam Mendes-directed flick.

Synopsis: Bond’s loyalty to M is tested as her past comes back to haunt her. As MI6 comes under attack, 007 must track down and destroy the threat, no matter how personal the cost.

Skyfall also stars Javier Bardem as the villain, Judi Dench, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, and Albert Finney.

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  • Maja

    This is as cool as it gets. Definitely book Bond. Amazing. Love it.

  • Elle

    James Bond in Shanghai. Love it!

  • BEAN

    I f’ing love James Bond and I love Daniel Craig. I can’t wait woooo! That gun is tiny though lmao

  • MN

    It looks like the Blade Runner.

  • Finally

    the Walter PKK is back. Love it!

  • Elle

    @Finally. Ah, it’s the PPK…

  • Rachel
  • Blu-ray review Dream House

    ‘Dream House’ Finds Stunning Ways to Waste Talent

    CHICAGO – There are bad movies, awful movies, and then there are total head scratchers. How did this get made? How did someone think this script would work? And how did SO MANY talented people get sucked into that person’s idea of filmmaking. The infamously tumultuous filming of Jim Sheridan’s “Dream House,” starring Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz, and Naomi Watts, resulted in a film that was notoriously tugged between producer and directorial intentions. The result is a movie that satisfies no one except for the morbidly curious. It’s the worst project of everyone involved.

    Blu-ray Rating: 0.5/5.0

    That should get the hardcore movie nuts thinking, so let’s get this out of the way. Yes, worse than “Get Rich or Die Tryin’” (also, quite sadly, directed by Sheridan). Yes, worse than the awful Whoopi Goldberg vehicle “Eddie” (also written by David Loucka). Yes, worse than “The Invasion” (another Craig vehicle with more conflict than harmony between producers and filmmakers). Yes, worse than “Fred Claus.” Wait. Maybe not worse than “Fred Claus.” There are forms of torture not worse than “Fred Claus.” Then again, this is the level of moviemaking we’re talking about with “Dream House,” a film for which I can’t really convey the level of awfulness unless you see it.

    Perhaps most remarkably, it’s not THAT hard to see what talented people like the stars of this film probably saw in it. I can guarantee you that at some point, “Dream House” was a drama. It was a film about a man dealing with mental illness and the loss of everything that mattered to him. I’m guessing that’s the movie that Craig and Sheridan signed on for, which then drew the attention of Weisz and Watts. When did the producers tell them that this was not the movie they wanted to make? When did they break the news that they were looking for the next “The Others” and not a drama? And how did they do it? And when did Jim Sheridan just give up and let it happen? The reports of Sheridan and Craig hating the final product are clearly true as you can see them start to give up while they were making it. This is lazy, apathetic filmmaking and that just makes me angry.

    “Dream House” seems to be about a family man (Craig) who has quit his job and decided to spend time with his wife (Weisz) and two daughters while he still can. They live in a gorgeous house but there’s a lot of weirdness going on like the neighbors who look at him funny and the goth kids who hang out in his basement. What is happening in this “Dream House”? Did you see the previews? They give it away. Even the people who made the previews for this movie didn’t care enough about it to keep its secrets. Why should you care about seeing them played out?

    http://www.hollywoodchicago.com/news/17283/blu-ray-review-dream-house-finds-stunning-ways-to-waste-talent

  • to Rachel

    @Rachel:
    she’s losing income now…

  • Nora

    Looking great though I prefer Daniel in his speedo.

  • to 7, 8, 9

    Gina, are you busy today, too? LOL

  • mimi

    @to Rachel: Rachel earns your lifetime income in a half year.

  • to 11 (:-

    if you think my post are little, I can post more if you like, but I cannot compare to Guinness and Fio who post more times and every day.

  • susan

    @to 7, 8, 9 @ 02/01/2012 at 9:59 am

    yes, I know that these posts are all from Gina. that’s why i don’t respond to this troll; just as I try to avoid Western Front and Questions of a Fan.

  • Hey Susan

    @susan:
    hey susan, you seem to be bigheaded, high-toned. you obviously cannot accept some facts or get people as they are and you’re able to get just the things that sound good to you. Have you read blu ray review of Dream House? No? Nobody pushes you to do it. You learned that thing about Rachel Weisz’s banned commercial? what you think about it?

  • Hey Susan

    Well, Susan, I learned something new about Skyfall production, that’s not a good news much. Do you wanna to read it or not? Sorry, I never bring good news…

  • to Mimi

    @mimi:
    Rachel earns your lifetime income in a half year.
    ______________________________
    Mimi, tell me when she’s making “huge money”? I tell you something:
    1. her biggest salary she received was $1 million for Mummy years ago.
    2. She made low-budget independent movies which means no salary but often 1% of the net profit…..on that condition the movie makes well at the box office.
    3. she accepted a role in $70 million movie Agora that became a total flop, no share of the profit at all.
    4. Have you seen financial results of the movie Whistleblower? No? this movie earned just little over $1 million. Count it properly, if producers awarded her 1% share of the profit $1 million so she earned $10,000…
    5. Dream House earned nothing back.
    6. Now that banned advert for L’oreal means no huge money.
    7. Almost all actors often don’t get their salary if they want the movie being made and released. that is why George Clooney makes coffee or Martini commericals for living……………….. and others are happy to make campaign for Versace or Revlon.
    8. I give you one example how actors make money in real, you know Cowboys and Aliens earned back just the money invested in the budget but not money invested in marketing, about 115-$130 million had been invested in marketing and executive from Universal has said if this movie won’t bring back the money which were put in marketing so actors won’t get their % share of the profit.

    Open your eyes Mimi, Rachel hardly gets huge money for the movies that hardly get distributors, erhm…
    she lost even this cosmetic advert, funny.

  • to Mimi

    As for, Bourne Legacy in which Rachel is involved I hope some indepedent filmmakers who make movie on an ultra budget like $5000 or $28, 000 will do a strong draught and kick ass of Bourne Legacy at the box office. We’ll see in the summer.

  • susan

    mimi@ 02/01/2012 at 10:21 am

    you’re right. Rachel has nothing to worry about. she makes far more money than our favorite troll will ever earn. right now, Rachel is worth about 40 million dollars. and that’s not including the money she’ll make from the untitled Terrence Mallick project, the Bourne Legacy, oz the great and powerful and the railway man.
    http://www.celebritynetworth.com/richest-celebrities/actors/rachel-weisz-net-worth/
    much more important than money, she has Daniel Craig.

  • lisacraig

    Looking good Mr. Craig!

  • PITBULL TERROR

    PARTY TIME BOYS AND GIRLS!!!!!! HAHAHA HERE’S TO THE FAT DANCING QUEEN FRENCH POODLE FROG!!!!!! HAHAHAHA TIME TO PUT ON YOUR DANCING SHOE AND, DANCE THAT SOUL TRAIN LINE U THINK U DO SO WELL!!!!!! HAHAHA TIME TO PUT YOUR HAIR UP IN THAT DOO THAT YOU DOO!!!! HAHAHHA

    LOVE,
    READY????? HERE WE GO!!!!! SOS BAND, JUST BE GOOD TO ME!!!! HAHAHA CLUB NOUEAU, WHY YOU TREAT ME SO BAD!!!!! HAHAHA WE DID THE FRONT NOW, THE FATBACK WITH, CLUB NOUEAU, JEALOUSY!!!!! HAHAHA LET’S PLAY JEALOUSY 2!!!!! HAHAHA OH, WHAT FUN WE SHALL HAVE!!!! HAHAHA LET’S PARTY DOWN!!!! HAHAHA U AIN’T MUCH!!!! BUT WE CAN STILL PARTY!!!! HAHAHA LOVE, PEACE AND SOUL!!!!! HAHAHA WHY WHY WHY!!!!!!???? HAHAHA DELILAH!!!!!! HAHAHA

  • PITBULL TERROR

    HEY, FAT BULLFROG!!!!! HAHAHA THERE’S RUMORS GOING AROUND ABOUT U!!!!!!!! HAHAHA THAT U ARE A FAT NOBODY!!!! HAHAHA AND THAT’S JUST TO START!!!!! HAHAHA

    LOVE,
    CLUB NOUVEAU!!!!! HAHAHA ???????!!!!!! U????? HAHAHA REAL GREEN FROG IN THE CLUB!!!!!! HAHAHA TIME TO COOK U UP IN A LITTLE GREEN SAUCE!!!!!! HAHAHA

  • PITBULL TERROR

    TIME TO RING THAT BELL TO ANSWER THE DOOR FATFROG!!!!!! HAHAHAH

    LOVE,
    JUNIOR, MAMA USED TO SAY!!!!!! HAHAHAHA DANCE FATSO 2!!!!! HAHAHA

  • PITBULL TERROR

    WHO WANTS TO GET ON THE PARTY TRAIN WITH THE GAP BAND!!!!! HAHAHAHA

    LOVE,
    LET’S PARTY!!!!!! HAHAHA NEXT STOP LLEH!!!!! HAHAHA

  • PITBULL TERROR

    FAT BARBARA IS THE FIRST ON THAT PARTY TRAIN!!!!! HAHAHAHA

    LOVE,
    WATCH HER BIG SSA SOAR!!!!! HAHAHA

  • PITBULL TERROR

    IT’S GOING TO SO SORE!!!!!!! HAHAHA

    LOVE,
    HIT IT UP!!!!!! HAHAHA HARD, FAST AND RAW!!!!!! HAHAHAH

  • Kate

    Daniel is … UNF!!

  • PITBULL TERROR

    HERE’S A REAL BIG HIT!!!!!! HAHAHA LET’S ALL WATCH THE DANCING FROG FOR FUN!!!!!!! HAHAHA

    LOVE,
    SLAVE, WATCHING YOU!!!!!! HAHAHA WILL REALLY BE A GAS!!!! HAHAHA

  • Kate

    to susan
    much more important than money, she has Daniel Craig.
    ———————————————
    exactly! she has everything she wants.

  • PITBULL TERROR

    BEES AND FROGS!!!!! HAHAHA

    LOVE,
    LET’S DANCE!!!!! HAHAHA WATCH!!!!!! U!!!!!HAHAHA WE’RE GOING TO HAVE A REAL GOOD TIME!!!!!! HAHAHA!!!! YUMMY SO GOOD FOR YOUR TUMMY!!!!! HAHAHA YUMMY YUMMY GUMMY BEARS!!!!! FOR U BOO!!!!! HAHAHA

  • PITBULL TERROR

    HAVE A NICE SUPER BOWL MADONNA!!!!!!! HAHAHA

    LOVE,
    BYE BYE BABY!!!!!! BYE BYE!!!!!!!!!! HAHAHA SO DON’T CRY!!!!! HAHAHA BYE BYE!!!!! HAHAHA

  • PITBULL TERROR

    NOW HERE’S THE REALY BIG JOKE DANIEL!!!!! HAHAHA DID U LIKE THE CUP!!!!???? HAHAHAHA

    LOVE,
    CAMEO, WORD UP!!!!! AHAHAHA WAS IT LIKE CANDY!!!!????? HAHAHA BABY!!!!! AHAHA BY THE ROOTS OF YOUR HAIRY CHIN!!!!! HAHAHAHA NOW POP THAT SKITTLE OUT OF YOUR RAINBOW SSA!!!! HAHAHAH

  • PITBULL TERROR

    HEY DANIEL!!!!!! HAHAHA BACK AND FORTH!!!!!HAHAHA CAMEO!!!! HAHAHA MILES WAS A REAL FUNNY GUY!!!!! HAHAHAH BIG JOKE!!!! HAHA CAN’T TELL!!!!! HAHA

    LOVE,
    DON’T LOSE YOUR WIG OVER THIS!!!!! HAHAHA

  • Mike

    @susan:
    Rachel has sold her share of the East Village townhouse in NYC to Darren Aronofsky for about $3 million. So she already earned AT LEAST $3 million in cash this year.

  • THE JOKE DOLL

    NOBODY KNOWS K EATS OUT TURKEY BUTT!!!!! HAHA

    LOVE,
    DUM DUM!!!! HAHA

  • THE JOKE DOLL

    K WANTS TO BE RICH OFF OF ONE MOVIE!!!!! HAHAHA

    LOVE,
    DUM DUM!!!! HAHA LEADS TO FALL!!!! HAHA

  • THE JOKE DOLL

    THE SKY FALLS CHICKEN LITTLE K!!!! HAHAHA

    LOVE,
    WATCH!!!! HAHHA READY FOR THE FAT FALL!!!!! 2!!!! HAHAHA REAL HARD!!!!! HAHHA YOUR NEVER GET UP!!!!! HAHAHA

  • THE JOKE DOLL

    ALL HAD BETTER K!!!!! HAHAHA

    LOVE,
    NOT SO HOT!!!!! HAHA SAID THE DONKEY!!!!!! HAHA NOT BETTER!!!! HAHAHA

  • Mendel

    to Susan

    “much more important than money, she has Daniel Craig”

    Luckeeeey! Yes, definitely more important than money. Just imagine waking up beside Dan *permanent grin*

    I love the new Bond pics – he looks great, mean, rough, ready…!

  • to 11 Please NOT

    “if you think my post are little, I can post more if you like, but I cannot compare to Guinness and Fio who post more times and every day.”

    NO, please spare us with your divel…..I don’t care about Guinness’ drivel either, but FIO brings really good info to this board. So you can’t compare your shit to FIO’s informations….

  • Fio

    Once more with feeling
    http://www.bworldonline.com/weekender/content.php?id=46092
    MOVIE REVIEW
    The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
    Directed by David Fincher

    DAVID FINCHER’S The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is less a remake of the 2009 Niels Arden Oplev movie than it is a “reinterpretation” of the Stieg Larsson books, for better or worse. Have not read the books myself (I know, I know; should step out of the cave I stay in more often), but from what I’ve seen of the Oplev movie and its sequels, seems to me Larsson is driven more by passion than by any real skill at storytelling, more concerned at following some fixed agenda (a kind of ad hoc campaign against female victimization, with maybe just a whiff of exploitation) than churning out a well-reasoned, well-paced story.

    We know of the initial impulse that led Larsson to write his novel — the girl whose assault he had witnessed at the age of 15, the intense sense of pity and self-disgust it inspired in him. You get some sense of the emotional impact in the way he writes (or the way Oplev channels Larsson’s feelings to the big screen) of the assault on eponymous protagonist Lisbeth Salander — and let’s be honest, that scene is one of the big draws of the story, on paper and onscreen. Powerful scene, too, almost as powerful as Salander’s subsequent and no less violent response. You have to admire the way Larsson pushes our buttons — we see the girl brutalized, we see her get a bit of her own back. Feminism with a considerable dose of sadism, magnified by a man’s adolescent trauma.
    My problem with the scene (at least my biggest among many) is that it occurs too early — after something like this you expect the story to ratchet up the intensity, which it never really does: the rest of the picture is a somewhat plodding procedural where Salander and disgraced journalist Mikael Blomvkist slowly and painstakingly piece together the clues leading to a serial killer. The relationship between Salander and her rapist, actually her legal guardian, is sidelined just when it seemed to be gaining momentum; instead of said guardian functioning as the film’s putative villain we get another far more vague antagonist (a former Nazi, this being an always-convenient label to hang on someone you want to present as the bad guy). For the rest of the movie you wonder if Salander is planning to pay her rotten legal guardian any more visits, give him any more additional grief; as for the story’s main mystery — well, I’m not exactly paying attention, are you?
    That’s pretty much what the movie boiled down to for me: Opleve’s chilly evocation of wintry Sweden, Larsson’s erratically effective storytelling, and Noomi Rapace’s larger-than-life rendition of Salander. Rapace in my book is the best reason to see the movie: her fire-breathing performance takes over the picture like napalm on jungle growth and keeps one watching, no matter how attenuated and overly complex the plotting gets.
    Fincher, I suspect, knew he couldn’t find anyone who could match Rapace’s intensity, and went in a whole other direction. You get a different vibe from Rooney Mara; she’s altogether more frail, more delicate — a deliberate choice, I’m guessing, as one is likelier to worry about a heroine so evidently vulnerable than a heroine ready to kick ass. Instead of a flawed, mostly tedious procedural upended by one actor’s larger-than-life presence, we have a more balanced effort where all the elements come together in graceful harmony.
    That’s the official agenda; Fincher’s secret agenda, or at least the one I saw (and enjoyed) watching this, is to modulate every element — screenplay, cast, lead performance — so that the directing will shine. Fincher was reportedly given the chance to adapt this film, back when it was a relatively unknown Swedish thriller; now he intends to do the right thing, and if not exactly wipe the memory of Rapace off our collective minds, at least offer an alternate version of what should have happened had he accepted the offer in the first place.
    Oplev’s film comes across as a bleak view of Sweden by one of its native sons; Fincher’s film comes across as no less bleak, but with the unmistakable taint of beauty. The bridge; the falling snow; the opaque, unyielding mansions housing opaque, unyielding people are all there yet somehow aestheticized. There is a color scheme — gray and white for the wintry outdoors, warm fireplace glow for the indoors and nostalgic past. And yet the scheme can be deceptive — in the aforementioned past a young girl flees from her unknown tormentor; in the cozily lit and heated house (Fincher uses vast panes of glass to keep us aware of the surrounding cold), you hear a random sound and the house-owner is forced to excuse himself, ostensibly to check on some unfinished business…
    That unfinished business is of course a secret soundproofed chamber, lit a clinical fluorescent white. Fincher quietly employs his lighting scheme to illustrate one of the film’s themes: inhospitable environment besieging snug homes — said homes, in turn, housing hidden corners of chilled corruption.
    Against this precisely constructed background Fincher presents his favorite activity: intelligent men and women, indulging their obsessions (the hunt for a serial killer). Fincher does what Oplev couldn’t quite manage: he makes the process of piecing together every news article and photo, every interview and archival search, compulsively watchable. He’s pulled off this trick before on a larger scale, and that 2007 film happens to be his masterpiece; repeating the trick within the confines of an internationally best-selling story may seem redundant… well, IS redundant, but fascinating, nonetheless. Far from his best work, but in my opinion superior to the Swedish original, and worth watching.

  • hehe

    Rachel has sold her share of the East Village townhouse in NYC to Darren Aronofsky for about $3 million. So she already earned AT LEAST $3 million in cash this year.
    _______________________
    Did you know she put these money in new apartment that she and Daniel have bought together?
    Initially they wanted to buy cheaper penthouse for over $7 million,
    then she sold her townhouse for over 3 million and they bought more expensive apartment that cost over 11 million. Count it, the money from selling her townhouse went also into the new apartment. so she has not money already. what you tell me more… that she sold her gold engagement ring or what.

  • Fio

    MGM set to refinance in sign of health
    More banks than expected jumping on the Lion’s back
    http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118049588
    In a sign of renewed confidence in MGM, a number of banks have signed on to the Lion’s plan to refinance the $500 million in debt it took on after emerging from bankruptcy in 2010.
    JPMorgan is the lead bank in the transaction, for which several lenders have already committed some $500 million, according to multiple sources with knowledge of the deal. Transaction will convert the current debt — which consists of a $175 million revolving credit facility and a $325 million term loan — entirely into a revolving credit facility, sheltering the Lion from costs on money it’s not using.

    Refinancing has been out to a small group of potential lenders for the past few weeks. Observers say that given the current market interest, more lenders are likely to subscribe to the final deal than originally intended. Some 10-15 banks will likely take part in the syndicate.

    Final bank commitments are due at the end of this week. Deal should close by the beginning of next week at the latest.

    More notable than the transaction itself is that lender interest in the Lion — and the likelihood of the deal getting oversubscribed — are signs that Wall Street likes what it’s seen from MGM during the past year. That includes distribution deals (such as the Lion’srenewed homevid pact with 20th Century Fox and a deal with Sony to distribute the next two “Bond” sequels), lowered overhead; franchise pics “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” and “Skyfall” currently in the works; and a boosted international television operation under toppers Gary Barber and Roger Birnbaum.

    MGM’s appeal is reaching a broader audience than during its restructuring of two years ago, when many lenders were uncomfortable banking on a company so soon after a bankruptcy.

    Nevertheless financial observers say the current refinancing is not surprising given that many Hollywood companies are looking to take advantage of better rates in a loosening credit market.

    On Friday, ratings agency Moody’s Investors Service upgraded MGM’s debt rating, likely boosting the Lion’s appeal to potential lenders. MGM completed its restructuring at the end of 2010, which helped the Lion wipe off nearly $5 billion in debt from its books.

    News of MGM’s current refinancing effort comes a week after an executive at Kirk Kerkorian’s investment vehicle, Tracinda Corp., told the Wall Street Journal that the former MGM owner was seeking to acquire a movie studio, production company or other entertainment business.

    MGM declined to comment. JPMorgan has a policy of not commenting on deals before their official announcement.

  • definitive

    to susan
    much more important than money, she has Daniel Craig.
    ———————————————
    exactly! she has everything she wants.
    ………………………………………………….
    well, posters, nothing is definitive. in January of 2010, Satsuki Mitchell seemed to be absolutely convinced that she’s the right one for Dan and was wrong about it. She had been pampered financially but her dream about marriage did not come true, new woman really entered Daniel’s life and I tell you it’s not definitive that this woman Rachel is the right one for Dan. if he will announce divorce in five months I won’t be surprised at all but you will be probably very shocked.

  • Fio

    Hilarious!! Still Daniel looks kissable. lol

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  • to 40

    NO, please spare us with your divel…..I don’t care about Guinness’ drivel either, but FIO brings really good info to this board. So you can’t compare your **** to FIO’s informations….
    _______________________
    Just don’t so high-toned.
    Yeah, Fio brings really good news but kind of news that JUST praise Daniel, Rachel and others. When something goes wrong with movies or other stuff so Fio never post it. That is interesting. My information tell how reality looks.
    When I show the real results so other posters hate it. When Fio post positive news all love it. Well, it’s like Yin and Yang.
    Fio continues in bringing “good news” that surprisingly turn into something different – bad news that I expected before and I bring.

    For example, Fio said Cowboys and Aliens is the most anticipated movie that will become the best summer movie and make money – and real results look like that: this movie bombed and Meyer who worked in Universal told what he thinks about people who worked on this movie. Fio said Dream House will be a successful movie and I said this movie won’t be released and there won’t any pics from premiere and so on……..
    Fio brings “good info” and I bring “real info”. Maybe Fio will start to post also real info and show real results……(:-

  • to Fio

    @Fio:
    MGM set to refinance in sign of health
    More banks than expected jumping on the Lion’s back
    In a sign of renewed confidence in MGM, a number of banks have signed on to the Lion’s plan to refinance the $500 million in debt it took on after emerging from bankruptcy in 2010.
    ____________________________________
    Hmm…… someone believed that MGM will be sold and I knew that some investors come and help….. hehe.

  • Fio

    Manners and customs vary greatly from country to country. IMO, there are a bit different views about feminist between America and Europe. Well, Rooney is an American.

    Stieg Larsson was an extremist, not a feminist
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2012/jan/08/nick-cohen-stieg-larsson?newsfeed=true

  • Fio

    Hi, Mendel
    Have you heard David Cameron visited the Pinewood studio secretly? I heard EON/Studio didn’t want to advertise this… Gee, poor Cameron! But the leader in the world seems to want visit to that. Even the late Kim Jong-il!! He was a fan of the James Bond movie.

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Club-James-Bond-France/40598789261
    Great news, our President has been invited by Sony to attend the filming of Skyfall at Pinewood. The date, is for the moment, a secret but he will attend the filming of a scene between James Bond, a Komodo dragon and a body guard. All on a floating casino.

  • Elle

    @Fio. Yes, Rooney said so.
    So the Sweden version lovers claimed the American version was totally destroying the real nature of Larsson’s books. However, I couldn’t see the Sweden version brought out important aspects of the character and did great jobs about it.

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