Revealing that Idris Elba has met with Bond franchise producer Barbara Broccoli, Skyfall actress Naomie Harris says the Pacific Rim and Luther star would make a great 007.
Director Sam Mendes, star Daniel Craig and the cast and producers of Skyfall discuss the work that went into bringing a dark, sexy and action-packed Bond film to the big screen in time for the franchise's 50th anniversary.
Daniel Craig's James Bond employs heavy equipment to board a speeding passenger train in the action-packed first clip from Skyfall. Directed by Sam Mendes, the film opens Oct. 26 in the United Kingdom and Nov. 9 in the United States.
Adele will debut her theme song for Skyfall on her website Friday, nearly a month before the North American release of the 23rd James Bond film.
The new poster for Skyfall shows that Bond is back in action -- literally. In other exciting news, Adele has been confirmed to sing the film's theme, appropriately called "Skyfall."
A new report says that Daniel Craig will reprise his role for at least Bond 24 and 25, and that Sony Pictures and MGM will continue to co-finance the projects.
Only days after we saw him jump from a helicopter with Queen Elizabeth II during the Olympics Opening Ceremony, James Bond is back in the full-length trailer for Skyfall, providing us with our best look yet at director Sam Mendes' super-secretive spy thriller.
At CinemaCon in Las Vegas, Sony Pictures offered a no-frills presentation with footage from The Amazing Spider-Man, James Bond in Skyfall and Men in Black 3, among others.
Danny Boyle reportedly will director Daniel Craig as James Bond for a short film set in Buckingham Palace to open the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
The newest Bond girls Naomie Harris and Bérénice Marlohe discuss the upcoming Skyfall in a pair of videoblogs.
In his first videoblog from the set, Skyfall director Sam Mendes talks about his love for the Bond franchise, his approach to such a large movie, and how this marks the first time the British director has actually filmed a project in England.