The New James Bond Movie Has a Name So Dumb It's Actually Incredible
It's called 'No Time to Die,' as in, "Sorry, I can't die right now – I'm too busy."
James Bond Has a 'Severe, Chronic' Alcohol Problem, Researchers Conclude
Shaken or stirred, all that booze only fuels his risky behaviors, from high-stakes gambling and fights to car chases and unprotected sex.
Why I Was Never Excited for a Black James Bond
Simply copying and pasting black skin on a white character would trivialise the whole point of a black Bond.
Daniel Craig's James Bond Movies Are So Boring
Where did it all go wrong?
Edgar Wright Talks 'Baby Driver' and Directing the Perfect Car Chase
After a string of instant cult classics, the British director is back.
The Genius of Roger Moore's On-Screen Combat Scenes
From The Saint to the James Bond franchise, the late Sir Roger Moore knew how to make the best of his moderate martial arts abilities. He also wrote extensively about self-defence for a children's book in 1966.
The 30-Year Quest to Recreate James Bond’s Original Vesper Martini
“It’s remarkable that the Vesper has become so indelibly linked with our hero. Especially when you consider that for more than half of the drink’s lifetime, it has been nigh on impossible to make."
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Replaying ‘No One Lives Forever’ Shows Us That Sexism in Gaming Never Dies
Back in 2000, gaming welcomed Cate Archer, a secret agent ready to challenge male authority. But how little things changed in her wake.
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Good Grief, the N64 Classic ‘GoldenEye 007’ in Unreal Engine 4 Is Gorgeous
Did somebody say, "remake"? Okay, I will: can we have a remake that looks like this, please?
Breaking Bonds: How Sport Set 007 Apart
To see Bond on the slopes or the baccarat table is to see a man who can see to his own desires. His creator, Ian Fleming, wanted it that way.
B. David Zarley
Will the ‘Being a Man’ Festival Break the Taboo of Masculine Self-Examination?
'Men's Issues' seem like such a luxury problem. The Southbank Centre's 'Being a Man' Festival is looking to change that.
Hayden Woolley; Illustrations by Dan Evans
The New James Bond Movie Is Way Too Sane and Relevant
The problem with 'SPECTRE' isn't that it's dumb—it's that it's not dumb enough.