Shaken but not particularly stirring, "Fleming: The Man Who Would be Bond" is a better title than a miniseries -- a fact-based story (albeit fudged, as the disclaimer notes) that never quite takes…
Studio executives are very talented at running for cover. Hence when a movie tanks it's often impossible to determine who gave it the greenlight.
Le Pacte, the French distributor of Nicolas Winding Refn's competition-preeming "Only God Forgives," has boarded director Duncan Jones' "Fleming," turning on James Bond creator Ian Fleming. Deal was…
Feature helmer Dominik Moll is set to make his smallscreen debut with "The Tunnel," a French-U.K. makeover of hit Scandinavian crime drama "The Bridge."
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Brit helmer Duncan Jones has signed on to direct a biopic about James Bond author Ian Fleming, whose life was as exciting as the hero he created.
For once, there is truth in advertising: The credits proclaim Daniel Craig as "Ian Fleming's James Bond 007," and Craig comes closer to the author's original conception of this exceptionally…
On Friday, March 2, 1962, Sean Connery arrived at Pinewood Studios for his 8 a.m. call. In wardrobe, Connery slipped into his tailored dress shirt with turn-back cuffs and black-pearl buttons. He…
Otley seeks to break away from over-done Ian Fleming-like spy tales [of the period]. It focuses on exploits of bumbling 'everyman type' thrust into the espionage game.
This Saul David production is a dazzling, action-jammed swashbuckling spoof [from a story by Hal Fimberg] of Ian Fleming's valiant counter-spy, he's given more tools and gimmicks to pursue his craft…