Twenty-eight-year-old British bartender, formerly known as Emma-Louise Hodges, will heretofore be referred to as Miss Pussy Galore Honey Rider Solitaire Plenty O’Toole May Day Xenia Onatopp Holly Goodhead Tiffany Case Kissy Suzuki Mary Goodnight Jinx Johnson Octopussy Domino Moneypenny. Miss Moneypenny, for short.
“I’ve always thought how great it would be to be a Bond girl — and now I am,” Miss Moneypenny said of her decision to legally change her name. Her new name coincides with the release of the latest Bond film, “Skyfall.” Keep reading »
James Bond fans, get excited! 007 is back and the new teaser trailer for the upcoming “Skyfall 007″ — the last featuring studly Daniel Craig — looks gooood. “Skyfall 007″ features an especially impressive cast — alongside Craig and Judi Dench as “M,” dreamy Javier Bardem and Ralph Fiennes also star. “Skyfall 007″ hits theaters November 9. [007.com]
James Bond fans, meet your two new Bond girls. Today in London, the cast and crew of “Skyfall,” the name of the 23rd James Bond film, gathered for a press conference and revealed for the first time which women would be distracting the notorious ladies man 007. According to TooFab:
French actress Berenice Marlohe, who stunned in a sexy red dress, will play the glamorous Severine … though, at the moment, not much more is known about her character. Naomie Harris will also star in the film as a field agent named Eve — and Harris revealed she’s been doing yoga, stunt driving and firing machine guns to prepare for the role. We like her already.
Read more about Berenice and Naomie here and then click through this slideshow of our other favorite Bond girls.
Idris Elba is full of surprises. The British actor was so convincing On “The Wire” as Stringer Bell, the Baltimore drug kingpin in business school, that the first time I heard him talk out of character, I was shocked to discover that he is very, very British. And apparently, Idris has his eye on an iconic British role. Bond, James Bond. “It’s a rumor,” he said on NPR this week. “My dad and I were talking about this the other day. I would do it, but I don’t want to be called the first black James Bond. Do you understand what I ‘m saying? Sean Connery wasn’t the Scottish James Bond and Daniel Craig wasn’t the blue-eyed James Bond. So if I played him, I don’t want to be called the black James Bond.” Fair enough.
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