Thursday, 3 September 2015

Gun-brandishing Daniel Craig smoulders in white tuxedo as new poster for Spectre is unveiled

Gun-brandishing Daniel Craig smoulders in white tuxedo as new poster for Spectre is unveiled

There's just two months until its highly anticipated release.
And the final poster for James Bond: Spectre has finally been unveiled - and it'll certainly have Daniel Craig fans feeling a little hot under the collar.
Dressed in a white tuxedo and brandishing his signature gun, the poster sees the actor oozes his typically dangerous charm. 
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Mr Bond: Dressed in a white tuxedo and brandishing his signature gun, the new Spectre poster sees Daniel Craig ooze his typically dangerous charm
Mr Bond: Dressed in a white tuxedo and brandishing his signature gun, the new Spectre poster sees Daniel Craig ooze his typically dangerous charm
Amid the murky blue backdrop the 47-year-old poses against is a chilling image of a man wearing a skull mask and a jacket emblazoned with a bone motif, a nod to the sinister organization that 007 aims to uncover in the film. 
The British actor recently opened up about his new role and branded his iconic character 'misogynistic', 'sexist' and 'very lonely'.
Craig, who has played the world's best-known spy since 2005, told Esquire magazine he would bring 'weight and meaning' to the role in his fourth outing as Bond, Spectre. 
Smouldering: Daniel Craig gets candid about James Bond as he poses in a brooding shoot for the October issue of Esquire magazine
Smouldering: Daniel Craig gets candid about James Bond as he poses in a brooding shoot for the October issue of Esquire magazine
Covering this month's issue, the actor said: 'Hopefully my Bond is not as sexist and misogynistic as [earlier incarnations]. The world has changed.
'I am certainly not that person. But he is, and so what does that mean? It means you cast great actresses and make the parts as good as you can for the women in the movies.'
For the first time in the history of the movie franchise, 007 has a relationship with a 'mature' woman, actress Monica Bellucci playing the widow of a gangster.
And Daniel admitted that while Bond might have his pick of attractive women, he cannot form meaningful relationships which leaves him very lonely.
Getting real: Daniel - who's played 007 for a decade (pictured here in 2007's Skyfall) - has described the spy as 'misogynistic, sexist and lonely'
Getting real: Daniel - who's played 007 for a decade (pictured here in 2007's Skyfall) - has described the spy as 'misogynistic, sexist and lonely'
Growing out of it? Daniel has admitted that he won't be considering playing Bond again
Growing out of it? Daniel has admitted that he won't be considering playing Bond again
The 24th Bond film will be 'Skyfall times 10' according to the actor, who said it will conspicuously make the parts for women as empowering as possible.
'There's a great sadness. He's got these beautiful women but then they leave. It's sad. And as a man gets older it's not a good look. It might be a nice fantasy, that' s debatable, but the reality, after a couple of months...' he added. 
In recent years, the film franchise has endured criticism over its treatment of women, with critics calling for the role of the Bond Girl to be updated. 
Misogynist: Daniel (playing 007 alongside Eva Green in Casino Royale in 2006) told Esquire magazine he would bring 'weight and meaning' to the role in his fourth outing as Bond, Spectre
Misogynist: Daniel (playing 007 alongside Eva Green in Casino Royale in 2006) told Esquire magazine he would bring 'weight and meaning' to the role in his fourth outing as Bond, Spectre
Moving things on: For the first time in the history of the movie franchise, 007 has a relationship with a 'mature' woman, actress Monica Bellucci (pictured in February), playing the widow of a gangster
Moving things on: For the first time in the history of the movie franchise, 007 has a relationship with a 'mature' woman, actress Monica Bellucci (pictured in February), playing the widow of a gangster
Daniel Craig smoulders in new James Bond: Spectre trailer
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The latest film will see Bond battle a mysterious organisation known as Spectre. It also stars Austrian-born actor Christoph Waltz as villain Franz Oberhauser, Léa Seydoux as psychologist Dr Madeleine Swann, and Bellucci as Lucia Sciarra, the widow of an assassinated mafioso. 
Despite his devotion to the films, Craig also suggested in the interview that this may be his last appearance in the role.
There has been speculation that the franchise could have a black Bond for the first time. 
Spectre is released in UK cinemas on October 26.  
Decade a 007: Daniel Craig covers this month's Esquire magazine
Decade a 007: Daniel Craig covers this month's Esquire magazine
The real Daniel: The actor is married to fellow actress Rachel Weisz (pictured here on the red carpet in April 2014) he has not spelled out his next career move after the Bond franchise
The real Daniel: The actor is married to fellow actress Rachel Weisz (pictured here on the red carpet in April 2014) he has not spelled out his next career move after the Bond franchise
Daniel Craig takes to the water as he films new Bond film
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SPECTRE – James Bond returns this November

SPECTRE – JAMES BOND RETURNS THIS NOVEMBER


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Daniel Craig returns for his fourth performance as the world famous MI6 agent and all together ladies man, James Bond. After a cryptic message from the past sends James on a rogue mission to Mexico City and eventually Rome, the 00 agent ventures towards the heart of SPECTRE, a global crime syndicate and terrorist organization. Meanwhile, Bond’s superiors are caught in a seemingly endless battle with political forces to keep the secret service alive.
Directed by Sam Mendes (American Beauty, Skyfall), Spectre also stars Christoph Waltz (Inglorious Bastards, Django Unchained) as Franz Oberhauser, a mysterious figure within SPECTRE’s inner circle who claims a personal connection to Bond, Monica Bellucci (The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions) as Lucia Sciarra, the widow of an assassin killed by Bond, and Léa Seydoux as Dr. Madeleine Swann, a psychologist working at a private medical clinic in the Austrian Alps.
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Returning cast members include Ralph Fiennes (Schindler’s List, The Grand Budapest Hotel) as Gareth Mallroy, the head of MI6 who Bond is often at respectful odds with and better known by his code-name, M, Naomi Harris as Eve Moneypenny, a former agent who left the field to become M’s assistant, and Ben Whishaw as Q, the head of research and development division for the British Secret Service and Bond’s supplier of high-tech gadgets.
With a screenplay by John Logan (Gladiator, Skyfall) and Neal Purvis (The World Is Not Enough, Skyfall) & Robert Wade (The World Is Not Enough, Skyfall), and based on the character of James Bond created by Ian Flemming, Spectre’s titular organization was also featured heavily in the author’s literary works and early 007 films, mainly starring Sean Connery as the eponymous British Secret Service agent.
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Spectre’s behind the scenes creative team includes director of photography Hoyte van Hoytema (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Interstellar), production designer Dennis Gassner (The Truman Show, Big Fish), film editor Lee Smith (Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, The Dark Knight) and costume designer Jany Temime (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows: Part 2, Skyfall), with a musical score composed by Thomas Newman (American Beauty, Skyfall).
Shot on Kodak 35 mm film stock, principle photography for Spectre took place all over England, such as Pinewood Studios and Blenheim Palace, the birthplace and ancestral home of Sir Winston Churchill. Additional filming locations included Tiral, Austria, Rome and Mexico City. At the age of 50, Monica Belluci also became the oldest actress to be cast as a “Bond girl.”
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Directed by Sam Mendes, and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayar and Columbia Pictures, Spectre will be released in the United Kingdom on October 26, and in the United States on November 6, 2015.  Stay tuned for The Untitled Magazine‘s exclusive with Spectre star Naomie Harris, coming soon in the #GirlPower Issue 8.

Naomie Harris Is White Hot in Cushnie et Ochs Dress and Christian Louboutin Pumps at “Southpaw” Premiere

Naomie Harris Is White Hot in Cushnie et Ochs Dress and Christian Louboutin Pumps at “Southpaw” Premiere

The 38-year-old actress looked white hot in a summery white dress from Cushnie et Ochs Resort 2016 collection. It’s sexy and has a hint of edge and class with a sweetheart neckline, an asymmetric one-shoulder strap, and an unfussy shift silhouette, with the hemline falling just right below the knee. She kept the look sophisticated with minimal accessories, including Graziela Gems jewels and a clutch. Her hair was simply worn down with a side part, while her makeup looked beautiful with pink lipstick.
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Naomie-Harris-white-dress-Southpaw-New-York-PremiereNaomie Harris at the New York premiere of “Southpaw” at AMC Loews Lincoln Square in New York City on July 20, 2015
Naomie added edge and color to her look with a pair of Christian Louboutin “Bandy” pumps. They are made of leather with striped PVC panels in different colors and feature black pointed capped toes, gold mirrored leather heel counters, low-dipped vamps, and 4 inch stiletto heels.
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Christian-Louboutin-Bandy-striped-leather-and-PVC-pumpsChristian Louboutin “Bandy” Striped Leather and PVC Pumps, $945 at Net-A-Porter
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