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'He kept telling me funny jokes but I had to tell him to leave me in peace!'

Star Wars beats James Bond to top poll of memorable film music

The soaring strings and trumpeting refrain of the Star Wars theme music has topped a new poll of memorable film tunes.

Adele record label on song as profits surge tenfold

Adele's Midas touch continues to benefit her record label XL Recordings, which has reported a tenfold increase in annual profits to £41.7m on the strength of her record-breaking second album 21.

Luke Blackall: Bond is good again - but so is the London Film Festival

Man About Town: The series seems to be moving away from hack acting, gags which invoke the gag reflex, and bimbonic Bond babes to something altogether more serious

Witnesses tell of horror at seeing suspected suicide at rooftop Coq d’Argent restaurant

Witnesses have spoken of moment they saw the death of a man at the rooftop Coq d’Argent restaurant.

Claire Beale on Advertising: The name's Bond – and I'm licensed to sell

It's 50 years since James Bond made his film debut and the world's most famous secret agent has being having a not-so-secret affair with big brands ever since. From the watches, the beers and the cars that pay top dollar to feature as Bond's brands of choice in his movies, to the ads that have shamelessly appropriated some 007 cool, Ian Fleming's hero has probably sold more products than any other fictional character.

Bond films turn 50 with Adele song and documentary

The James Bond film franchise turns 50 today with the release of a revealing new documentary about its turbulent past and the first listen of the new theme tune performed by Adele.

Adele's Bond tune tops iTunes chart within hours of release

Adele's theme for the new Bond film Skyfall has shot to the top of the iTunes chart within hours of its release today.

Everything or Nothing: the Untold Story of 007, Stevan Riley, 98mins (12A)

Starring: Albert R Broccoli, Dana Broccoli, Ian Fleming

Why Sir Roger Moore was the greatest 007

In honour of its 50th anniversary, Jason Horowitz explains why - despite evidence to the contrary - Moore's slightly geriatric and caddish Bond was best

Sam Mendes promises 007 fans Skyfall will be 'epic'

Director Sam Mendes has promised James Bond fans an "epic" film when Skyfall hits cinema screens this month.

Clip of Adele's Bond theme tune released online

Whether it was a genuine leak or a marketing teaser, James Bond fans yesterday had their first taste of the latest 007 theme tune as sung by British golden girl Adele.

90-second clip of Adele's Bond theme 'Skyfall' leaks online

Whether it was a genuine leak or a marketing teaser, James Bond fans today had their first taste of the latest blockbuster’s theme tune as sung by British golden girl Adele.

Adele records James Bond ‘Skyfall’ theme

The queen of British pop will join the nation's top spy for the release of new James Bond film 'Skyfall', as Grammy-award winner Adele confirmed she has recorded the theme track.

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