Win ‘Need for Speed’ goodies!

Based on the most successful racing game franchise of all time, bursting with explosive action and exhilarating stunts, Need for Speed accelerates into cinemas on Wednesday 12 March. To celebrate the release, we’ve got sets of goodies (including a t-shirt, USB, iPad case, steering wheel keyring and tyre clock) to give away to three of … >

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Win ‘Fleming’ DVDs!

To celebrate BBC Worldwide’s release of Fleming: The Man Who Would be Bond on Monday 10 March, we’ve got DVDs to give away to five of our Twitter followers! For a chance to win, just follow @CultBoxTV on Twitter and tweet the following text: Follow @CultBoxTV and RT for a chance to win 5 x … >

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‘Fleming’ episode guide

Dominic Cooper stars as Ian Fleming in Sky Atlantic’s new four-part drama, which follows the James Bond author from underachieving playboy to key figure in the Admiralty, drawing parallels between the writer and his iconic creation.

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‘Fleming’ Episode 3 review

So this week, Ian Fleming runs around spending money that isn’t his, sleeping with women he shouldn’t, drinking too much and generally getting whatever he wants. In quieter moments, he sets up a covert ops team, writes up plans for the original CIA, and confuses the Nazi war machine by chucking corpses into the sea with fake ID papers.

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‘Fleming’ Episode 2 review

We remember a time when Moonraker was on every Christmas. It seemed like there was no other Bond film in existence. It certainly seemed like no other Bond films got shown throughout the year.

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‘Fleming’ preview

More men have played Ian Fleming on-screen than have portrayed his key creation James Bond 007. At least nine in total. Charles Dance (Goldeneye, 1989), Leo Fenn and Jason Connery (Spymaker, 1990), Ben Daniels (Bondmaker, 2005), Skip Goeree (Bernhard – Scoundrel of Orange, 2010), Tobias Menzies (Any Human Heart, 2010), James D’Arcy (Age Of Heroes, 2011), Jeremy Crutchley (A Caribbean Mystery, 2013) and now Dominic Cooper in Ecosse Films’ new four-part Sky Atlantic / BBC America series Fleming.

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