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Universal have released the second full trailer for Jon Favreau's Cowboys & Aliens. It's a lot like the previous trailer, just with more plot details, more of Olivia Wilde, and more footage of the aliens attacking.
Javier Bardem has reportedly been approached to be a part of the 23rd James Bond film.
However, the details of his character are kept under wraps but since Daniel Craig is set to reprise his role as James Bond, there is a speculation that he might portray the villain.
Megan Fox has rejected the chance to portray the next Bond girl, it has been claimed.
The Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen star passed on playing Daniel Craig's love interest in the 23rd 007 adventure, the Daily Star reports.
"She'd rather be a more central part of the movie," a source told the newspaper.
Source: Digital Spy
Daniel Craig and Hugh Jackman are pairing up for Broadway!
The actors will star in "A Steady Rain," a play about two Chicago cops whose friendship is tested by a domestic dispute they encounter in a poor neighborhood, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Of course, this is hardly Jackman's first time on the Great White Way - he won a Tony in 2004 for "The Boy From Oz." It will be James Bond’s alter ego's Broadway debut.
Source: Boston Herald
He may routinely save the world as James Bond, but Daniel Craig is stepping into his bad-guy uniform, to play the evil seaman Red Rackham in the upcoming Steven Spielberg screen adaptation of The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn.
The movie – in which Craig's Defiance costar Jamie Bell (best known as Billy Elliot in the 2000 film of the same name) plays the fearless young reporter Tintin – is already in production, in 3-D, say reports.
Due for release in 2011, this Tintin is expected to be the first in a screen trilogy. Lord of the Rings Oscar-winning director Peter Jackson is set to direct the sequel.
From one Bond to another: job well done. Roger Moore told reporters Thursday that Daniel Craig was "marvelous" as James Bond because he brought a fresh dimension to the character.
The 81-year-old actor, who starred in seven Bond films in the 1970s and the 1980s, said Craig's performances in Steven Spielberg's 2005 political thriller "Munich" and "Sylvia" in 2003, in which he plays the poet Ted Hughes, helped shape a new Bond.
"All of those parts were very, very different to one's conception of Bond ... I thought he was absolutely marvelous," Moore said of Craig's acting in "Casino Royale."
Fans have criticized the casting of Craig, questioning whether a stage-trained actor with little action experience pull off the role of Bond.
Moore, speaking at an event in Hong Kong to promote his autobiography "My Word Is My Bond," said he had yet to see Craig's latest turn as the British spy in "Quantum of Solace."
Moore said he met Craig for the first time at a recent celebration for Bond creator Ian Fleming in London and found him a "charming guy."
Daniel Craig is heading for a clash with 007 movie bosses - if they try to make him slip into a pair of tiny swimming trunks again.
Craig sent female fans' hearts fluttering when he strode along a beach wearing a costume that showed off his muscular physique in Casino Royale - his debut as Bond.
The actor is sick of talking about the shot, which appeared in magazines and newspapers around the globe, and he is even more determined to avoid a repeat performance.
Craig says, "I never want to put those things on again. There's an element of nudity in this one, but no swimming trunks."
Source: Contact Music
Daniel Craig would only do a gay scene in the new James Bond movie if he was guaranteed an Oscar, says his 'Layer Cake' co-star.
Tamer Hassan - who appeared alongside Daniel in Matthew Vaughn's 2004 British gangster film - believes Daniel would get frisky with another man in upcoming 007 adventure 'Quantum of Solace' if it fulfilled his Academy Award dream.
He told BANG Showbiz: "That's Daniel dying for an Oscar. Ever since 'Brokeback Mountain' everyone wants to have a gay scene to win an Oscar.
"You couldn't get me doing that though - my son would never forgive me! I've got a 16-year-old son, so can you imagine? He would get ridiculed for it. And he's at a professional soccer club too - can you imagine the dressing room banter?! So, no, they couldn't get me doing that. They can keep the Oscar and I'll keep my virginity!"
Source: Female First
Bond star Daniel Craig is set to tie the knot with his girlfriend Satsuki Mitchell, according to new reports.
The couple plan to marry in an "intimate ceremony", after shooting wraps on the actor's new film Quantum of Solace, reported The Sun.
Satsuki, 29, has been spotted flashing an expensive ring and Daniel, 40, is rumoured to have proposed on a romantic trip to Italy last summer.
"They are so loved-up. He asked her to marry him and she's been showing off a very beautiful Cartier ring," a source said.
"It has a large diamond solitaire with a platinum setting."
The pair have been together since 2005 when they met on the set of the thriller The Jacket but their relationship hit a snag when Craig reportedly had a fling with Layer Cake co-star Sienna Miller.
British actor Daniel Craig is the man, gay men most want to go on a date with. The James Bond star topped the poll of single homosexual guys, conducted by a dating website, after receiving 31 per cent of the vote.
Daniel — who starred as Francis Bacon’s gay lover George Dyer in 1998 film Love Is the Devil: Study for a Portrait of Francis Bacon — was followed by Atonement star James McAvoy, who came second with 18 per cent of the vote, and Colin Farrell, who finished third.
Source: Times Of India
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