The following is a guest post. James Bond is only human so without his vast array of gadgets from the Q Branch, he would be unable to complete his mission and defeat deadly assassins. Gadgets were hardly featured in the books, but were widely introduced after being a big hit in the second Bond film […]
The following is a guest post. One thing that has remained part of the James Bond formula to this day is the amazing stunts in each movie. Behind each Bond film is a small army of aerial specialists, skiers, horse riders, drivers and body doubles all ready to tackle Bond’s next stunt.
The following is a guest post. I’m not exactly sure why, but British actors really seem to relish their villainous roles, do they not? It might be their extensive drama school training. Do they actually practice oozing snobbish and ruthless disdain tinged with a hint of threatening menace?
The following is a guest post. Over the years James Bond has been fortunate to have a smooth ride – starting with the now legendary DB5 from Aston Martin. However, once upon a time, Bond had to beg for his cars. The first Bond movies were made in the days before product placement.