Richard Sarafian, who directed the classic 1971 car chase pic “The Vanishing Point” and numerous TV shows and features, died Wednesday in Santa Monica, Calif., of complications from pneumonia. He was…
Spy Who Loved Me
When Guy Ritchie calls "action" on the set of "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." in early September, it will mark the end of a 35-year odyssey to tailor one of the most popular spy series of the 1960s into a…
James Bond doesn't thirst for gold, but he's doing OK by Oscar. The Academy celebrated the 50-year-old franchise on Sunday not only with a sizable onstage tribute, but with more hardware for the…
We are told that preparing a good martini requires the skill of a master mixologist who can blend quality ingredients in exact proportions.
With Thursday's Oscar nominations in the music categories, the Academy offered up some notable contrasts.
I owe my love of movies to James Bond. Of all the vices 007 could have instilled in me -- brawling, smoking, womanizing, drinking and reckless driving -- a case of cinephilia really wasn't such a bad…
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