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The actress hit back when the director cited an all-male list of inspirations

Sir Ian McKellen poses in the press room with the Best Science Fiction/Fantasy award for 'The Hobbit' at the Jameson Empire Awards 2013 at The Grosvenor House Hotel

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Singer Adele, winner of the Best Original Song award for 'Skyfall,' attends the Oscars Governors Ball at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 24, 2013 in Hollywood

Oscars 2013: Adele and Paul Epworth's acceptance speeches for best original song

Adele: Thank you so much. Thank you. This is amazing. I'd just like to thank Barbara Broccoli and Michael Wilson at Eon Productions. Sony Pictures, MGM, Paul Epworth, who, oh God, for believing in me all the time, and my man, I love you, baby.

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James Bond's 50th anniversary film was a phenomenal hit in the cinema, even by 007 standards – and fair enough.

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El Hosaini’s film about gangs wins her gong at Evening Standard Film Awards

She never went to film school, and her debut movie about gay Arab gangsters was nearly derailed by real-life riots.

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'Skyfall' spies the record as it makes more than 'Avatar'

Some dared to call it the best James Bond film yet. Now Skyfall has become the highest-grossing film in history at the UK box office, surpassing James Cameron's 3D epic Avatar.

Skyfall: The Bond film, the third starring Daniel Craig, was shot in Glencoe, Dalness Lodge, and Rannoch Moor

Skyfall writers leaving on a high - and other literary rivalries

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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.

Daniel Craig as James Bond

007's dark side and other film fantasies

Is James Bond more than one man? Who is the real hero of Harry Potter? Fan theories are more than just idle internet gossip. Stephen Kelly looks at how the best of them can add a new dimension to big-screen classics

The Saturday Quiz answers

1. Ramone.

Bond and his girls: Berenice Marlohe, Daniel Craig and NaomieHarris, stars of the 23rd Bond film, 'Skyfall'

Ah, Mr Bond, we've been expecting you: 50 years on from Dr No

The franchise is back but, asks John Walsh, will 'Skyfall' be a vintage encounter?

Naomie Harris had secret Bond audition

Naomie Harris has admitted she has had a "top secret" audition for the next James Bond film.

Bond's return to the big screen slated for 2012

James Bond fans have been given renewed hope that filming is to start again on the latest installment of the 007 franchise in the New Year.

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