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Skyfall breaks box office records (but is it just the result of sky-high ticket prices?)

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A South Korean investigator shows off the killer pen with its protruding poisoned needle

Poison pen is mightier than the sword for North Korea's assassins

The first weapon looks like an innocuous electric torch, except it is able to fire three bullets. The second is a ballpoint pen with a poisoned needle. The third is another "poison pen", containing a bullet that both punctures the skin and releases a deadly toxin.

'Like a scene from James Bond': Pensioner steers bus as driver passes out in Leicester

A “brave” pensioner has been praised by police after he grabbed the wheel of a bus after its driver passed out.

Sam Mendes could make Bond film return

Filmmaker Sam Mendes could return for a further Bond movie following the box-office success of his 007 debut Skyfall.

Putting extra zeros in 007: Daniel Craig is highest-paid Bond with £31 million contract

Daniel Craig, 44, is officially the highest-earning Bond actor in the franchise’s 50 year history, being paid more than £31 million to play the spy twice more.

Cineworld banks on Bond boost

The latest James Bond film, Skyfall, has brought in £60m at box offices across the UK in the two weeks since its release, according to the cinema group Cineworld.

Daniel Craig is a Bond with a steely presence in Skyfall

Skyfall rakes it in to become biggest film at UK box office this year

Sam Mendes’ Bond film Skyfall has become the biggest film at the UK box office this year, surpassing The Dark Knight Rises accruing £57 million in 12 days.

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That's enough 007 for me, thanks

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Never mind Skyfall and Daniel Craig; James Bond has always been stylish, insecure, and a bit rubbish

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The Skyfall premiere: James Bond blends old and new charms as 007 turns 50

Makers of the new James Bond movie Skyfall have striven to combine the old-school values that made 007 such a success over the last 50 years with enough modern mores to keep the silver screen's favourite super spy relevant in a post-Cold War world.

Daniel Craig stars in Skyfall, to be released later this month

From Skyfall to Goldfinger, I love James Bond because he reminds me of my Dad

My father is no roguish international spy - but a man whose passion for the Bond books and films I've grown to share

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