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September 2019: James Bond

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thursday the 5th of september

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dr. no (1962) with sean connery
from russia with love (1964) with sean connery
goldfinger (1964) with sean connery
thunderball (1965) with sean connery
you only live twice (1967) with sean connery

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thursday the 12th of september

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on her majesty's secret service (1969) with george lazenby
diamonds are forever (1971) with sean connery
live and let die (1973)  with roger moore
the man with the golden gun (1974) with roger moore

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thursday the 19th of september

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the spy who loved me (1977) with roger moore
moonraker (1979) with roger moore
for your eyes only (1981) with roger moore
octopussy (1983) with roger moore
a view to a kill (1985) with roger moore

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thursday the 26th of september

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the living daylights (1987) with timothy dalton
licence to kill (1989) with timothy dalton
goldeneye (1995) with pierce brosnan
tomorrow never dies (1997) with pierce brosnan
the world is not enough (1999) with pierce brosnan

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Yes.  My wish came true.  Thanks TCM and Thank you too TopBilled for posting this info. I will really be looking forward to it a whole lot and I really love James Bond a whole lot.  Are you a Bond fan too?  Who’s your favorite and which movies are your favorite?  Mine are Sir Sean Connery.  Roger Moore and Pirce Brosnan and four of my favorites are Dr No.  Goldfinger.  The Man With The Golden Gun and The Spy Who Loved Me.  I really love all the Bond’s and all the movies.  But those are three of my favorite Bond’s and four of my favorite movies.  I can’t wait.  This will be so exciting.  So amazing.  So fantastic and so cool.

 

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52 minutes ago, David Guercio said:

Yes.  My wish came true.  Thanks TCM and Thank you too TopBilled for posting this info. I will really be looking forward to it a whole lot and I really love James Bond a whole lot.  Are you a Bond fan too?  Who’s your favorite and which movies are your favorite?  Mine are Sir Sean Connery.  Roger Moore and Pirce Brosnan and four of my favorites are Dr No.  Goldfinger.  The Man With The Golden Gun and The Spy Who Loved Me.  I really love all the Bond’s and all the movies.  But those are three of my favorite Bond’s and four of my favorite movies.  I can’t wait.  This will be so exciting.  So amazing.  So fantastic and so cool.

 

Yes, I am excited about this spotlight, too. Roger Moore is my favorite Bond, but I do like all of them. 

My favorite Bond film is probably ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE (1969).

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Yep.  That’s a great one too.  Isn’t it?  They’re all great.  All the actors and all the movies.  Arn’t they?

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13 minutes ago, David Guercio said:

Yep.  That’s a great one too.  Isn’t it?  They’re all great.  All the actors and all the movies.  Arn’t they?

I agree. It's nice TCM will be showing a whole month of these films.

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This series of films will include wraparound segments featuring Martin Campbell, the New Zealand-born filmmaker who directed both Pierce Brosnan in GOLDENEYE and Daniel Craig in CASINO ROYALE. BOND 25, the next film in the long-running franchise, hits theatres worldwide in April 2020.

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24 minutes ago, Barton_Keyes said:

This series of films will include wraparound segments featuring Martin Campbell, the New Zealand-born filmmaker who directed both Pierce Brosnan in GOLDENEYE and Daniel Craig in CASINO ROYALE. BOND 25, the next film in the long-running franchise, hits theatres worldwide in April 2020.

Is he directing Bond 25, or will that be someone else at the helm?

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5 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

Is he directing Bond 25, or will that be someone else at the helm?

The director of BOND 25 is Cary Joji Fukunaga, probably best known to American audiences for directing and producing the first season of HBO's True Detective, and for writing, directing and producing the 2015 war drama BEASTS OF NO NATION.

BOND 25 has had what can best be described as a "troubled" production history. Danny Boyle, the director of TRAINSPOTTING and SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE, was originally attached to the project, directing a screenplay by his long-time collaborator John Hodge. Both men left the project in August 2018 over creative differences with producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli. Fukunaga was then announced as the director in September 2018, with Neal Purvis and Robert Wade -- who have worked on every Bond screenplay since THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH -- attached to rework the screenplay. Writer-director Paul Haggis, who previously wrote the screenplay for CASINO ROYALE (2006) was then hired in November 2018 to rewrite the Purvis & Wade screenplay. Scott Burns, known for his screenplay for THE BOURNE ULTIMATUM, was then hired in February 2019 to do additional rewrites. Actress and writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge (star of TV's Fleabag and creator of Killing Eve) was the last writer to work on the film, brought in during the production, at Daniel Craig's insistence, to add more humour to the screenplay and make the characters more believable.

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1 hour ago, Barton_Keyes said:

The director of BOND 25 is Cary Joji Fukunaga, probably best known to American audiences for directing and producing the first season of HBO's True Detective, and for writing, directing and producing the 2015 war drama BEASTS OF NO NATION.

BOND 25 has had what can best be described as a "troubled" production history. Danny Boyle, the director of TRAINSPOTTING and SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE, was originally attached to the project, directing a screenplay by his long-time collaborator John Hodge. Both men left the project in August 2018 over creative differences with producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli. Fukunaga was then announced as the director in September 2018, with Neal Purvis and Robert Wade -- who have worked on every Bond screenplay since THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH -- attached to rework the screenplay. Writer-director Paul Haggis, who previously wrote the screenplay for CASINO ROYALE (2006) was then hired in November 2018 to rewrite the Purvis & Wade screenplay. Scott Burns, known for his screenplay for THE BOURNE ULTIMATUM, was then hired in February 2019 to do additional rewrites. Actress and writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge (star of TV's Fleabag and creator of Killing Eve) was the last writer to work on the film, brought in during the production, at Daniel Craig's insistence, to add more humour to the screenplay and make the characters more believable.

It could turn out to be the most successful Bond, since it's clear they are trying to make a perfect film.

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If I'd have to pick the best films of the series, I would go with Goldfinger, You Only Live Twice, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, and The Living Daylights.....

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1 minute ago, CinemaInternational said:

If I'd have to pick the best films of the series, I would go with Goldfinger, You Only Live Twice, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, and The Living Daylights.....

I agree with your choices, only I'd also include The Spy Who Loved MeGoldenEye, and Casino Royale (2006). 

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On 7/6/2019 at 8:11 PM, TopBilled said:

My favorite Bond film is probably ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE (1969).

Agree. 

I am not personally super excited about this because I've seen all of the Bond movies I like a million times but I am still glad they are showing them. He's a big part of film history. 

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On 8/31/2019 at 10:13 PM, TheGrandMaster said:

Agree. 

I am not personally super excited about this because I've seen all of the Bond movies I like a million times but I am still glad they are showing them. He's a big part of film history. 

Yes, I'm glad they're showing these films. Viewers are in for a treat!

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Since the Bond films are actually here on TCM?  Which is just so cool.  I’m just really loving and really enjoying it a whole lot.  Anyone remember the James Bond Jr cartoon series from the early 90s?  Which was based on this franchise?  All the characters were actually all related to the characters from this franchise.  James Bond Jr was James Bond’s nephew.  I.Q.  Was Q’s nephew and some other characters were Gordo.  Stacey.  Trever.  But I’m not sure who they all were related to.  Anyone know?  Some of the villains were also in it too.  Dr No.  Nick Nack.  Jaws and they all worked for the leader Scum.  Who was he in the franchise?  There might have also been some other villains in it from the franchise too.  If so?  Who else?  There was also the guy who was kind of like the teacher at the academy.  School or whatever it was.  He had a blue shirt on and I think in the very first episode.  He mentions to James Bond Jr that he actually knows or knew James Bond.  Who was he related to in the franchise?  It was also a really cool cartoon too.

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