I would hazard a guess that Bond isn’t very good in bed—he’s always in a rush, he’s never held down a relationship long enough to find out where the clitoris is, and most of the time he’s stewing in about a litre of booze
The historian begin his four-parter banging the drum for Britain as the Pied Piper of post-war popular culture
He had written in the novel how Bond relished 'the sexual challenge all beautiful lesbians have for men'
According to leaked emails, Samsung offered $5 million for Bond to be seen with one of their phones in the film
He also called the singer “a good man” who would do the part justice
When actors such as Daniel Craig face endless inane questions to promote films, the result is often anger and sarcasm. Is it time to junk the junket?
'Teamwork is central to SIS’ ability to deliver intelligence, and heroes working alone rarely achieve much'
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were guests at the star-studded premiere
More commonly held careers such as actor, vet and dancer also made the top 10, as did ‘becoming my own boss’
He also said there was an issue with villains being from undisclosed nations
Spectre ups the automotive ante with a prototype Jaguar - Oscar Quine takes it for a spin
'I think you mean the charms of a woman his own age'
Cathedrals and churches, with their organs, crypts and gothic crannies, are now being used as spooky silent-movie venues. David Barnett reports on a bewitching experience
Five-star reviews of the new release have raised expectations it could match the box office success of Skyfall
This is as good as Bond gets, but it struggles in its later stages as it tries to have things both ways
Daniel Craig alienates filmgoers by moaning about his glamorous role