James Bond will return
Lots of Bond news lately.
Penguin Books has a whole site devoted to the various Bond novels they’re releasing and re-releasing this year for Ian Fleming’s 100th birthday.
London’s Imperial War Museum is currently running an Ian Fleming exhibit.
USA Today did a feature on Quantum of Solace that I’m not going to read for fear of spoilers. There are a lot of cool pictures there though.
And there are even more cool Quantum pics at Slashfilm.
I didn’t even know there’d been an alternate theme song to Never Say Never Again considered, but Christopher Mills has the link to prove it. I have to respectfully disagree with Chris though: I think I prefer the version that made it into the movie. It’s definitely not one of my favorite Bond themes, but it’s grown on me.
Chuck will return too
When Chuck returns in the fall, it’ll be part of a three-hour genre block on Monday nights with Heroes and Medium. Not that I’ll be watching Heroes or Medium.
And if you don’t want to wait that long (I sure don’t), there will be some short webisodes in July.
Bookgasm has the skinny on a novel about a history professor/cryptographer who begins to investigate a murder and ends up learning some secrets about Christopher Columbus. It sounds very Da Vinci Codey, but the Columbus angle intrigues me.
Man Hunt DVD
Fritz Lang’s WWII spy movie Man Hunt is coming to DVD. Just knowing it’s a WWII spy movie is enough to catch my interest, but having George Sanders in it makes it a Must See.
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