The remarkable durability of the 007 saga would not have been possible if Sean Connery had not launched the franchise.
When John Wayne died in 1979, an obit writer said he thought Wayne was too tough to die. The same could be said of Connery, an undeniably cool and indestructible man.
A new novel reimagines James Bond as confronting feminism and gay rights, and only ends up making readers yearn for the timeless literary 007 of yesteryear.
For all the progressive sex-positive, do what you want talk, movies seem to be downright scared to show anything related to sex. When it’s in Bond, you know it’s a thing.
Daniel Craig told Esquire recently that Spectre would probably be his last James Bond movie. We now face a crossroad in history.
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