After three delays forced by the pandemic, the 25th James Bond movie No Time to Die has finally been released
“My favourite part of the job is talking to people,” John Atkinson tells me over the phone, legs freezing in
After the delay of the upcoming James Bond picture, No Time to Die, Cineworld have decided to close their doors
Studios have been forced to adopt one of two options over lockdown: delay release until the masses can finally attend cinemas, or allow its films to be available for rent on streaming services.
007 is the latest casualty of the coronavirus after the release of his latest outing has been pushed back to November 2020.
Sam Mendes brought us something rather special three years ago with Skyfall. He executed cool, clear and crisp thrills, while weaving an audacious unique story which we had never seen in a Bond film before.
‘There’s no cartoonists in Wigan’: ‘Poorest kid on the block’ needs YOUR help to realise graphic novel dream
A Wigan-born writer, artist and all-round creative is appealing for your help to get his crime thriller meets gritty reality graphic novel, featuring Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Roger Moore, off the ground.
Dr Steven Forde, 45, a consultant anaesthetist, was spotted by a security guard in York allegedly ‘acting suspiciously’ so he enlisted the help of two police community support officers.
Live and let drive: Bury rally team raise cancer cash with Europe trek… in James Bond’s mum’s £200 car
James Mason, 42, joined up with pals Mike Livesey, Dave Knowles and Gareth Nield to take on the James Bond-themed Crumball Rally across France, Switzerland and Italy with scenery straight from one of the films starring the secret agent
Is it a cane? No, it’s a shotgun! James Bond-like weapon disguised as walking stick surrendered to GMP
The antique blaster, which is estimated at being manufactured in the late 1800s, has a 410 shotgun concealed within the casing
‘Conquer your fears’: Meet Manchester’s parkour guru teaching the art of movement – with a little James Bond thrown in
MM chat to Manchester’s parkour practitioners.