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Spectre set footage shows off James Bond’s new Aston Martin DB1 in a car chase

Spectre set footage shows off James Bond’s new Aston Martin DB1 in a car chase

By 30 April 2015

Sony Pictures and MGM have released a new video meant to whet our appetites and get us pumped for Spectre, the 24th installment of the James Bond film franchise, which is set to premiere this upcoming winter. The video came with two stills - available... >>

James Bond prefers Samsung to Sony, but may use Xperia Z4 in Spectre for $5 million

James Bond prefers Samsung to Sony, but may use Xperia Z4 in Spectre for $5 million

By 24 April 2015

The next James Bond film may feature a Sony Xperia Z4, but only because James Bond actor Daniel Craig is getting paid to pretend he likes it. According to leaked Sony emails found on Wikileaks, both Bond actor Daniel Craig and Spectre director Sam Mendes... >>

Bond stuntman reveals Jaguar XF 2015 during high-wire stunt, see it all here in pictures

Bond stuntman reveals Jaguar XF 2015 during high-wire stunt, see it all here in pictures

By 24 March 2015

The next-generation XF is here. As a way to make its new Jaguar XF stand out, Jaguar just finished putting on a stunt that involved the XF attempting the world’s longest high-wire journey above London’s Canary Wharf. Hollywood stuntman Jim Dowdall,... >>

James Bond Spectre cars revealed: Jaguar C-X75, Land Rover Defender Big Foot and more

James Bond Spectre cars revealed: Jaguar C-X75, Land Rover Defender Big Foot and more

By 10 February 2015

The new Bond cars for the latest Spectre film have been unveiled by Jaguar Land Rover. In the 24th Bond film you can look forward to seeing high-speed car action from Jaguar's stunning C-X75, the Aston Martin DB10 and even appearances from heavily modified... >>

N64's GoldenEye 007 played by James Bond himself, guess how he fairs?

N64's GoldenEye 007 played by James Bond himself, guess how he fairs?

By 21 August 2014

Do you remember the 1997 video game GoldenEye 007? Of course you do. It's hard to forget one of the best-selling Nintendo 64 titles. Well, if you loved it as much as we did (and still do), you'll definitely appreciate what happened recently on The Tonight... >>

Bond 24 confirmed, due in UK cinemas October 2015

Bond 24 confirmed, due in UK cinemas October 2015

By 11 July 2013

James Bond is back, in Bond 24, due out on 23 October 2015 in the UK and 6 November 2015 in the US. The dateline, as gadget fans will already know, is the same time that Marty McFly goes to the future in Back To The Future II. Could we see Bond on a hover... >>

New Tomb Raider inspired by Bond and Batman reboots, grittier movie planned

New Tomb Raider inspired by Bond and Batman reboots, grittier movie planned

By 5 March 2013

The new Tomb Raider game is now available for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC and it heralds the return of Brit heroine Lara Croft after five years. But although she is back on our games consoles once more, she's not quite the same mis-proportioned character we're... >>

Official Bond author Charlie Higson reveals the 007 gadget he'd most want

Official Bond author Charlie Higson reveals the 007 gadget he'd most want

By 26 October 2012

Not only is Charlie Higson the author of the official Young Bond series of novels, he's also always been a massive fan of James Bond, both in literature and on film. So, when Pocket-lint got the chance to interview him on the build-up to the release of... >>

Skyfall producer: I don't think we'll ever see a 3D Bond

Skyfall producer: I don't think we'll ever see a 3D Bond

By 26 October 2012

Andrew Noakes, co-producer of Skyfall, Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace has told Pocket-lint that we aren't likely to see a 3D Bond movie any time soon. The comments, which are likely to be welcomed by die-hard fans of 007, come as the latest Bond,... >>

Young Bond author Charlie Higson: Amazon's business model verges on the criminal

Young Bond author Charlie Higson: Amazon's business model verges on the criminal

By 24 October 2012

Author, actor and comedian Charlie Higson has spoken out against Amazon after this week's revelations that the online retailer charges publishers the full 20 per cent VAT on eBooks in the UK, even though it pays far less in Luxembourg, where it is based.... >>