James Bond rewatch: ‘A View to a Kill’ at 30

It’s 30 years since the release of Roger Moore’s seventh and final appearance as James Bond in 1985’s A View to A Kill!   001. The story Veteran (and that’s putting it mildly; Roger Moore turned 57 during the shooting of the film, making him older than co-star Tanya Roberts’ mother) secret agent James Bond … >

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10 British acting legends we’d love to guest star in ‘Doctor Who’

With filming on Doctor Who‘s new season underway in Cardiff, news of upcoming guest stars is now starting to emerge. Considering that the show has atttracted such dramatic heavyweights as Michael Gambon, Derek Jacobi, Diana Rigg, Ian McKellen, Timothy Dalton, Penelope Wilton, Simon Callow, Richard E. Grant, Anne Reid, Bill Nighy and John Hurt in … >

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Top 7 most appearances in the James Bond films

Timothy Dalton only starred in two James Bond films; George Lazenby’s moment in the tuxedo came once and once only. But who are the journeymen (and women) of the 007 franchise, the stayers who stuck around a little longer and made the most appearances in the series? We investigate the seven actors in the top … >

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Roger Moore visits ‘Star Wars’ set

James Bond star Sir Roger Moore has revealed that he visited the set of the new Star Wars movie earlier this week. Directed by JJ Abrams, Star Wars: Episode VII is currently filming at Pinewood Studios and arrives in UK cinemas on 18 December 2015. Speaking as part of his An Evening with Sir Roger … >

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Win Roger Moore’s new book!

Published on Thursday 4 September by Michael O’Mara Books, Sir Roger Moore’s Last Man Standing: Tales from Tinseltown is a new collection of true stories from his stellar career. To celebrate the book’s release, we’ve got copies to give away to three of our Twitter followers! > Read our review of the book. For a … >

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Exclusive: Roger Moore on ‘Doctor Who’ / ‘Sherlock’ roles

James Bond star Sir Roger Moore has confirmed that he is still interested in appearing in Doctor Who or Sherlock. Last year when Sherlock co-creator and Doctor Who writer Mark Gatiss tweeted about Moore’s role in 1970 thriller The Man Who Haunted Himself, the actor responded: “I might be equally wonderful in Dr Who or … >

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Interview: Roger Moore chats about his new book ‘Last Man Standing’

Sir Roger Moore’s Last Man Standing: Tales from Tinseltown is a new collection of true stories from his stellar career. Published on Thursday 4 September by Michael O’Mara Books, the book sees Moore lift the lid on the movie business, from Pinewood to Hollywood, featuring tales from his own life and career as well as … >

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Roger Moore: ‘Last Man Standing’ book review

Sir Roger Moore jokingly admits that he wanted to call this book ‘One Lucky Bastard’, but his publishers tutted, so it’s called Last Man Standing instead. There’s a poignancy to that title. As Moore admits, almost everyone he regales us with tales of is dead. He’s the one lucky bastard left to put pen to … >

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‘An Evening with Sir Roger Moore’ tour heads to Brighton

James Bond actor Sir Roger Moore visits Brighton next month for one night only as part of an exclusive new tour of the UK. An Evening with Sir Roger Moore will play at Brighton’s Theatre Royal at 7.30pm on Thursday 18 September. > Buy tickets online now. Hosted by Gareth Owen, the talk coincides with … >

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