Saturday, 28 March 2015

Brooding 007 confronts a face from the past in dramatic FIRST teaser trailer for SPECTRE

'You're a kite dancing in a hurricane Mr. Bond': Brooding 007 confronts a face from the past in dramatic FIRST teaser trailer for SPECTRE

It has much to live up to following the box-office success of its predecessor. 
But if the first teaser trailer for new Bond film SPECTRE is anything to go by fans will left shaken and very much stirred when it reaches cinema screens in November.
Artfully framed, the 96 second taste of what to expect from the forthcoming film finds a brooding Bond reliving his past after a mysterious box of personal effects is uncovered following the events of Operation Skyfall.
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Promising: Artfully framed, the 96 second taste of what to expect from the forthcoming film finds a brooding Bond reliving his past
Promising: Artfully framed, the 96 second taste of what to expect from the forthcoming film finds a brooding Bond reliving his past
'You've got a secret,' Naomi Harris' Moneypenny correctly surmises. 'Something you can't tell anyone... because you don't trust anyone.'
Bond later examines its contents -a yellowing temporary adoption certificate and dog-eared childhood photo, part of which appears to missing. 
The film also gives us a first look at Monica Bellucci, who takes the role of  Lucia Sciarra, the widow of an assassin killed by 007. 
Later, as Bond journeys through a mountainous landscape he confronts and old acquaintance - to whom he returns a ring engraved with a symbol instantly recognisable as the insignia of the global crime synidicate this 24th offering directly references. 
Guess work: 'You've got a secret,' Naomi Harris' Moneypenny correctly surmises. 'Something you can't tell anyone... because you don't trust anyone'







What's in the box? Bond is haunted by personal effects uncovered following the events of Operation Skyfall
What's in the box? Bond is haunted by personal effects uncovered following the events of Operation Skyfall
Secrets: The box includes documents of temporary guardianship and a mysterious childhood photo 
Secrets: The box includes documents of temporary guardianship and a mysterious childhood photo 
'I always knew death would wear a familiar face, but not yours,' the shadowy acquaintance says as the item is handed over.
Not without menace, he adds: 'You're a kite dancing in a hurricane, Mr. Bond.' 
The all too brief trailer ends with the appearance of the enigmatic  Franz Oberhauser, played by Christoph Waltz. 
Bathed in shadow, his introduction is not unlike that of arch Bond villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld, the character Waltz was initially rumoured to be playing. 
'It's been a long time,' he whispers. 'But finally... here we are.'  
On a mission: Bond is seen travelling through a mountainous landscape 
On a mission: Bond is seen travelling through a mountainous landscape 
Ominous: 'I always knew death would wear a familiar face, but not yours,' a mysterious voice tells Bond 
Ominous: 'I always knew death would wear a familiar face, but not yours,' a mysterious voice tells Bond 
Expectation has been steadily building since plans to shoot SPECTRE, the 24th film in the iconic, Broccoli produced franchise, were set in motion – and not without reason.
Buoyed by the unprecedented commercial success of predecessor Skyfall – that film grossed $1,108.6 million worldwide in box office receipts – Daniel Craig has signed up for two more offerings, while director Sam Mendes and talented screenwriter John Logan also make a welcome return.
While subverting Bond mythology by turning the past into a sleek, polished and highly contemporary present, Spectre remains true to the jet setting spirit of the franchise. 
This is for you: The secret agent presents his shadowy acquaintance with a trinket... does it come from his box of personal effects?
This is for you: The secret agent presents his shadowy acquaintance with a trinket... does it come from his box of personal effects?
Familiar: He returns a ring engraved with a symbol instantly recognisable as the insignia of the global crime synidicate this 24th offering directly references
Familiar: He returns a ring engraved with a symbol instantly recognisable as the insignia of the global crime synidicate this 24th offering directly references
A warning: 'I always knew death would wear a familiar face, but not yours,' he says as the item is handed over. Not without menace, he adds 'You're a kite dancing in a hurricane, Mr. Bond'
A warning: 'I always knew death would wear a familiar face, but not yours,' he says as the item is handed over. Not without menace, he adds 'You're a kite dancing in a hurricane, Mr. Bond'
The production has so far taken in locations across Austria, where dramatic Alpine scenes were filmed in February, London and, more recently, Mexico City - the setting for a macabre Day of the Dead themed procession. 
The carnival-like scenes were reminiscent of the 1973 Bond classic Live And Let Die, which was shot in such locations and New Orleans and Jamaica and featured Mardi Gras-style jazz funerals.
The new movie is sticking close to the tried and tested Bond format, with the official synopsis on IMDB revealing, 'A cryptic message from Bond's past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organisation. 
Special service: Bond, pictured in the foreground, is also seen attending a funeral 
Special service: Bond, pictured in the foreground, is also seen attending a funeral 
First look: The film also gives us a first glimpse of Monica Belluci as Lucia Sciarra, the widow of an assassin killed by 007 
First look: The film also gives us a first glimpse of Monica Belluci as Lucia Sciarra, the widow of an assassin killed by 007 
'While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind SPECTRE.'
Meanwhile, it was recently revealed that Mexican actress Stephanie Sigman, 28, had become the latest female addition to Spectre, joining previously announced stars Monica Bellucci and Lea Seydoux. 
The news was announced on the official James Bond Twitter account, where the post read: 'We are pleased to announced that @SigmanStephanie has joined the cast of #Spectre as Estrella.'
Model-turned-actress Sigman will play the mysterious character in the 24th Bond film, with further details being kept under wraps. 
Spectre will be released globally on November 6, 2015. 
'It's been a long time': The all too brief trailer ends with the appearance of the enigmatic Franz Oberhauser, played by Christoph Waltz
'It's been a long time': The all too brief trailer ends with the appearance of the enigmatic Franz Oberhauser, played by Christoph Waltz

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Friday, 27 March 2015

Naomie features in SPECTRE TEASER TRAILER – Released 6th Nov 2015


Published on 27 Mar 2015
See the first teaser trailer for the 24th James Bond adventure SPECTRE. A cryptic message from Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organisation. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind SPECTRE.

Starring: Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Rory Kinnear, Christoph Waltz, Léa Seydoux, Monica Bellucci, David Bautista and Andrew Scott.
Directed By Sam Mendes
Written By John Logan, Neal Purvis & Robert Wade
Produced By Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli

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WATCH THE SPECTRE TEASER TRAILER

Thursday, 26 March 2015

2006: Photos: Naomie at the European premiere of 'Miami Vice', London


Photos: Naomie at the 'Into Film Awards' at The Empire Cinema on March 24, 2015

Naomie Harris attends the 'Into Film Awards' at The Empire Cinema on March 24, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by David M. Benett/WireImage)


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25.03.15

Naomie Harris In Peter Pilotto – Into Film Awards

Naomie Harris In Peter Pilotto - Into Film Awards
Naomie Harris attended the ‘Into Film Awards’ held at The Empire Cinema on Tuesday (March 24) in London, England.
Led by contemporary charm, this Peter Pilotto Pre-Fall 2015 crepe dress with both satin stitch embroidery and metal embellishment is quite a charming game-changer, as we don’t often see the British actress opt for such playful looks.
Styled with Delfina Delettrez jewels, I was perplexed as to why Naomie changed her footwear, going from fab in her silver Louboutins for her arrival, to drab for her red carpet appearance in pointy black pumps.
In fact her arrival look is much preferred overall, with the inclusion of the mint-green Burberry coat and styling of the Burberry Prorsum ‘Bloomsbury’ bag.
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Daniel Craig frantically runs through Day of the Dead carnival while filming new Bond movie Spectre in Mexico

Panic in Mexico! Daniel Craig frantically runs through Day of the Dead carnival while filming new Bond movie Spectre

Daniel Craig was spotted running frantically through the streets of Mexico City on Wednesday.
The British actor's sprint, while wearing a dapper suit, was not for exercise however as he was filming a tense scene set during a Day of the Dead carnival for the latest James Bond movie Spectre.
Just the day before the film crew set off an explosion sending rubble and smoke across the cobble stone streets.
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A looming spectre: Daniel Craig was spotted running frantically through the streets of Mexico City on Wednesday while filming the new Bond movie
A looming spectre: Daniel Craig was spotted running frantically through the streets of Mexico City on Wednesday while filming the new Bond movie
And the following day saw the 47-year-old running across the rubble, most likely in search of the culprits behind the explosion.  
Once on the main thoroughfare he was met by large inflatable skeletons were attached to a series of cars and trucks, standing tall in all their menacing glory to recreate the Mexican holiday.
A host of extras dressed in macabre costumes gathered for the set piece. 
Setting the pace: The British actor's sprint, while wearing a dapper suit, was not for exercise however as he was filming a tense scene set during a Day of the Dead carnival for the latest James Bond movie Spectre
Setting the pace: The British actor's sprint, while wearing a dapper suit, was not for exercise however as he was filming a tense scene set during a Day of the Dead carnival for the latest James Bond movie Spectre
On the case! The 47-year-old running across the rubble, most likely in search of the culprits behind a massive explosion
On the case! The 47-year-old running across the rubble, most likely in search of the culprits behind a massive explosion
With their faces elaborately painted to resemble skeletons and their clothing customised to further portray them as the living dead, the extras got ready to march in a parade.
The carnival-like scenes were reminiscent of the 1973 Bond classic Live And Let Die, which was shot in such locations and New Orleans and Jamaica and featured Mardi Gras-style jazz funerals.
Recently, a poster was released for the highly anticipated flick as it seems the star took some fashion tips from a previous incarnation of the franchise. 
Sniffing it out: Craig stumbled among debris as he made his way to the carnival
Sniffing it out: Craig stumbled among debris as he made his way to the carnival
Macabre setting: Once on the main thoroughfare he was met by large inflatable skeletons were attached to a series of cars and trucks, standing tall in all their menacing glory to recreate the Mexican holiday
Macabre setting: Once on the main thoroughfare he was met by large inflatable skeletons were attached to a series of cars and trucks, standing tall in all their menacing glory to recreate the Mexican holiday
Throwback: The carnival-like scenes were reminiscent of the 1973 Bond classic Live And Let Die, which was shot in such locations and New Orleans and Jamaica and featured Mardi Gras-style jazz funerals
Throwback: The carnival-like scenes were reminiscent of the 1973 Bond classic Live And Let Die, which was shot in such locations and New Orleans and Jamaica and featured Mardi Gras-style jazz funerals
Daniel wore a black turtleneck, brown leather shoulder holster and brandished a gun much like Sir Roger Moore in Live And Let Die. 
And the new movie is sticking close to the tried and tested Bond format, with the official synopsis on IMDB revealing, 'A cryptic message from Bond's past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organisation.
'While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind SPECTRE.'
In character: With their faces elaborately painted to resemble skeletons and their clothing customised to further portray them as the living dead, the extras got ready to march in a parade
In character: With their faces elaborately painted to resemble skeletons and their clothing customised to further portray them as the living dead, the extras got ready to march in a parade
Coming soon: Sam Mendes, who directed the previous Bond flick Skyfall, is helming the movie set for release on November 6
Coming soon: Sam Mendes, who directed the previous Bond flick Skyfall, is helming the movie set for release on November 6
Meanwhile, it was recently revealed that Mexican actress Stephanie Sigman, 28, had become the latest female addition to Spectre, joining previously announced stars Monica Bellucci and Lea Seydoux.
The news was announced on the official James Bond Twitter account, where the post read: 'We are pleased to announced that @SigmanStephanie has joined the cast of #Spectre as Estrella.'
Model-turned-actress Sigman will play the mysterious character in the 24th Bond film, with further details being kept under wraps.
Sam Mendes, who directed the previous Bond flick Skyfall, is helming the movie set for release on November 6.



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Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Naomie Harris shows off perfect legs in thigh-skimming mini dress at Into Film Awards

That's a prize-winning look! Naomie Harris shows off perfect legs in thigh-skimming mini dress at Into Film Awards 

She was there to present prizes to some of the best young filmmakers in the UK, but Naomie Harris showed off her own show-stopping look at the Into Film Awards on Tuesday.
The 38-year-old put her perfect pins centre stage as she arrived at the Empire in Leicester Square for the ceremony.
Showing some skin in her print mini-dress, the Bond actress added a super chic mint green coat to her winning look.
Show-stopper: Naomie Harris arrived at the Into Film Awards in London's Leicester Square in a thigh-skimming, graphic print dress
Show-stopper: Naomie Harris arrived at the Into Film Awards in London's Leicester Square in a thigh-skimming, graphic print dress
The star strutted from her car to the venue in her show-stopping outfit.
Flashing acres of thigh as she carefully climbed out of her car at the venue, Naomie's super short, tunic style dress threatening to ride up too high.
The pale pink dress featured a colourful graphic print, with Naomie matching the pastel colours to her chic coat.
Quick change: The Bond actress swapped her shoes and took off her coat to show off her pretty dress once inside the Empire 
Quick change: The Bond actress swapped her shoes and took off her coat to show off her pretty dress once inside the Empire 
So chic: The 38-year-old star added a pastel coat over her dress and left her short locks loose and wavy
Winning look: Naomie flashed a huge smile as she headed inside to hand out some prizes
So chic: The 38-year-old star added a pastel coat over her dress and left her short locks loose and wavy 
Finishing off her look with some silver court shoes and a simple black tote, the actress left her short hair loose and wavy and make-up natural with a glossy, pink lip.
It looked like Naomie's silver pumps may have been proving uncomfortable though, with the actress swapping her metallic shoes for some black strappy numbers once inside the venue.
Naomie was one of several actors invited to the awards, which celebrate the best young filmmakers, review writers, and film clubs across the country.
Careful! The actress made a graceful exit from her car in her tiny dress
Careful! The actress made a graceful exit from her car in her tiny dress
Check out the legs: Naomie showed off her slender legs in the perfectly fitted dress and metallic pumps
Check out the legs: Naomie showed off her slender legs in the perfectly fitted dress and metallic pumps
Peaky Blinders' actress Sophie Rundle went for the casual look in a pair of checked trousers and some bright orange pumps, while Downton Abbey's Cara Theobold looked pretty in a pastel pink coat paired with a simple white dress.
Game of Thrones actor Isaac Hempstead Wright also gave out some prizes, while Jeremy Irvine cosied up to Elementary star Ophelia Lovibond, who stood out in a '60s style maxi dress.
Naomie has been busy shooting scenes for the next Bond film, in which she'll reprise her role as Eve Moneypenny.
Busy: Naomie has been shooting scenes for her role in the next Bond movie, Spectre
Busy: Naomie has been shooting scenes for her role in the next Bond movie, Spectre
VIP: The actress handed out prizes to the country's best young filmmakers and journalists 
VIP: The actress handed out prizes to the country's best young filmmakers and journalists 
Red carpet: Peaky Blinders' actress Sophie Rundle went for the casual look while Downton Abbey's Cara Theobold looked chic in a simple white dress
Catching up: Jeremy Irvine cosied up to Elementary star Ophelia Lovibond before the ceremony
Catching up: Jeremy Irvine cosied up to Elementary star Ophelia Lovibond before the ceremony
Spectre has been filming all over the world in recent weeks, with 007 himself, Daniel Craig, spotted getting stuck into stunts.
Joining Naomie and Daniel in the 24th Bond movie are Christoph Waltz, new Bond girls Léa Seydoux and Monica Bellucci and Dave Bautista.
Reprising their roles, Ralph Fiennes is back as the new head of MI6, Ben Whishaw returns as Q and Rory Kinnear stars as MI6 Chief of Staff Bill Tanner.
Suited and booted: Game of Thrones actor Isaac Hempstead Wright and Matt Edmondson also attended
Suited and booted: Game of Thrones actor Isaac Hempstead Wright and Matt Edmondson also attended
Suited and booted: Game of Thrones actor Isaac Hempstead Wright and Matt Edmondson also attended 
TV's finest: Fortitude star Nicholas Pinnock smartened up in a tweed blazer and jeans
TV's finest: Fortitude star Nicholas Pinnock smartened up in a tweed blazer and jeans
Mixing it up: Harry Potter actress Jessie Cave and Sophie Thompson went casual and quirky with their outfit choices
Mixing it up: Harry Potter actress Jessie Cave and Sophie Thompson went casual and quirky with their outfit choices
Mixing it up: Harry Potter actress Jessie Cave and Sophie Thompson went casual and quirky with their outfit choices




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