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Daniel Craig

Daniel Craig
British actor Daniel Craig became the sixth actor to play James Bond and took the British spy into a more dark and brooding place.

As a young man, Craig trained with London's National Youth Theatre, and in 1992, he made his film debut in "The Power of One." His other film credits include Steven Spielberg's "Munich," "Road to Perdition" and "The Golden Compass"

In 2008, Craig returned as James Bond in "Quantum of Solace."
British actor Daniel Craig became the sixth actor to play James Bond and took the British spy into a more dark and brooding place.

As a young man, Craig trained with London's National Youth Theatre, and in 1992, he made his film debut in "The Power of One." His other film credits include Steven Spielberg's "Munich," "Road to Perdition" and "The Golden Compass"

In 2008, Craig returned as James Bond in "Quantum of Solace."
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  • San Sebastian Film Festival to Fete Benicio del Toro

    Benicio del Toro will receive a Donostia career achievement award at this month's San Sebastian Film Festival, the highest-profile movie event in the Spanish-language world. The actor will attend the fest to present his latest film, Andrea di Stefano's...
  • Brosnan takes a page from the James Bond playbook in 'The November Man'

    True movie star that he is, Pierce Brosnan would rather extol the virtues of the cast and crew than talk about himself. When he is complimented on his deft ability in the cutting-edge action scenes in his latest movie, "The November Man," he defers....
  • 'Too Cute!' downsizes its format but with same results

     'Too Cute!' downsizes its format but with same results
    Television program advisories usually warn viewers about the presence of nudity, adult language or content and violence. But there is one series on Animal Planet with a unique advisory: "The following program contains material that is just too cute....
  • Film Review: 'The November Man'

    The old saying about knowing the notes but not the song could hardly find a more fitting filmic representation than "The November Man," which runs through spy-movie cliches with such dogged obligation that it often plays like a YouTube compilation of...
  • How Daniel Radcliffe Killed Harry Potter and Found 'What If'

    Growing up, Daniel Radcliffe always thought Harry Potter would die at the end of J.K. Rowling's books. "Because of the prophecy with Lord Voldemort," Radcliffe says on a recent afternoon in New York, between cigarette puffs. "I thought, 'How is she...
  • Why Serials Knocked Procedurals Out of the Emmy Race

    It seems obvious to say, yet it's still a striking thought: A procedural drama, historically a staple of television, is unlikely to ever win another best series Emmy -- and, indeed, will probably struggle even to get nominated. That's reflected in this...
  • Best Non-Bond Movies

     
    TV programmers remain fascinated with James Bond movies. They seem to be running pretty much continously, which gave me the idea for today's movie list. I decided to come up with the best 10 non-Bond movies featuring actors who played......
  • Neal Purvis, Robert Wade Returning to Write 24th James Bond Movie

    Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, who have co-written the last five James Bond movies, are returning to work on the script for the 24th Bond film. The British writing team has been hired to re-write John Logan's script. The three scribes collaborated on...
  • Film and TV Stars Set To Crash Tony Awards

    Take a stroll through the theater district these days, and one thing is obvious: You're just as likely to come across a Hollywood name on a Broadway marquee as you are on a screen. Film and TV stars have shown up on the Main Stem with increasing...
  • Broadway's Big Stars Bring Box Office Rewards in Spate of Play Recoupments

    With the Scott Rudin-produced Broadway revival of "A Raisin in the Sun" recouping its $4.25 million investment in the wake of the production's three Tony wins, the 2013-14 season is turning into an object lesson in why so many starry names have crowded...
  • WestEnd Films Rolls Out 'A Perfect Day'

    PARIS - London-based sales-finance house WestEnd Films has closed multiple pre-sales off Cannes on the upcoming "A Perfect Day," starring Benicio del Toro, Tim Robbins, Olga Kurylenko and Melanie Thierry. In early deals off a title WestEnd Films picked...