Category: Daniel Craig

A Bond Producer Says That The Next 007 Won’t Be A Youngin’

October 5, 2022 / Posted by:

I still don’t know why producers are calling the longstanding James Bond franchise “spy movies,” because clearly, he’s a vampire. Think about it; he glamours the hell out of women whose panties hit the floor as soon as he speaks. He’s been around since the sixties and still looks just as young as he did back then, AND he can change his appearance at will since multiple actors have played him. I think this is a missed opportunity for them to usher in Bond’s supernatural years after Daniel Craig‘s departure. But whatever direction they go in they want everyone to know they will not be using a younger actor because with the franchise’s history it just wouldn’t work.

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James Bond Producers Are Looking For The Next 007 And Need Someone Who Can Make A Ten-Year Commitment

September 22, 2022 / Posted by:

As 2021’s No Time To Die marks Daniel Craig’s exit as the latest iteration of lethal Lothario James Bond (“allegedly“) we can all prepare for another sexy brooding Englishman disarming bombs and unhooking bras in the name of THE QUEEN (though that may all change since she has gone to glory). But before any of that happens, the producers behind the exciting espionage life of Agent 007, Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson, want to make sure they take meticulous care in choosing the next actor for the role, since whoever steps into it will be on the hook for at least the next decade.

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The Royals Attended The London Premiere of James Bond In “No Time To Die”

September 28, 2021 / Posted by:

You know the British Royal Family is pressed for some good PR because they have risked the very fabric of the monarchy by sending 4 of their highest ranking members to a movie premiere. And the movie is fucking cursed! I guess they’re running low on Egyptian antiquities to pilfer and instead decided to tempt the gods by sending Princes Charles and William, and Duchesses Camilla and Kate to go rub elbows with the Hollywood hoi polloi at the London premiere of No Time To Die, the James Bond movie that was supposed to have come out in 2019 and make Ana de Armas a star. And here we are, 2 years and 200 pap strolls later, and neither of those things has happened!

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Daniel Craig Is Now At The Top Of The List Of Highest Paid Movie Stars

August 19, 2021 / Posted by:

Variety has compiled a list of the highest-paid actors working in the business and Daniel Craig is at the top. Dwayne Johnson was at the top of Forbes’ list last year. But not this one. It seems all that money Netflix paid for the Knives Out sequels trickled down into Daniel’s bank account and he made a cool $100 million. And his kids won’t see a penny!

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Kathryn Hahn Is Joining The “Knives Out” Sequel

May 14, 2021 / Posted by:

Deadline reports that Kathryn Hahn will appear in Knives Out 2. She’ll join new cast members Dave Bautista, Edward Norton, and Janelle Monae. Damn, it’s like they’re picking these names out of a bag of random Hollywood actors. Who’s next? Haley Joel Osment? Lucy Liu? The bear from The Revenant? This ragtag group of newbies will join Daniel Craig, who’s getting big bucks to reprise his role as the southern detective who kinda sounds like Kevin Spacey in House of Cards. Oo, this just in! Knives Out 2 has added Kevin Spacey! Ha. No.  Continue reading

Daniel Craig Could Be Making $100 Million For The “Knives Out” Sequels

April 8, 2021 / Posted by:

Because pretty much everybody loved Knives Out, Netflix decided to cut a big fat check to Rian Johnson and Ram Bergman for two sequels. It’s been reported that Netflix has agreed to fork over at least $400 million for the Knives Out sequels, with some people estimating the final amount will actually be closer to $450 million. Well, for those at home who have been known to get excited about accounting and numbers, here’s another one: $100 million of Netflix’s offer is allegedly going towards Daniel Craig’s salary.

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