Britt Ekland Q&A

Swedish actress Britt Ekland plays Mary Goodnight in THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN. Here, she answers some questions… What are your fondest memories of THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN? There are so many but just being in Cubby Broccoli’s office and being told the part of Mary Goodnight was mine is forever etched in…

Q&A with Sir Christopher Lee, who passed away one year ago

Sir Christopher Lee plays one of the most iconic Bond villains, Scaramanga in THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN. He passed away one year ago. To remind him, we have recovered an interview a few months ago. Always in our minds Mr. Lee! Sir Christopher Lee, what was it like working with Hervé Villechaize?    …

Q&A with Maud Adams (‘The man with the golden gun’)

Maud Adams is a Swedish actress and model famous for being the only actress who appeared in three films in the series 007. Adams appearances in three Bond films: The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) In this film, Adams plays the girl named Andrea Anders. Octopussy (1983) Here, he plays Octopussy, playing a jewelry dealer…

Interview with Chris Corbould (Special Effects Supervisor)

The Special Effects Supervisor of SPECTRE, who has just been awarded a Guinness World Records™ title for the Largest Film Stunt Explosion, on keeping things real, filming in challenging locations and his favourite SPECTRE stunts… Sam Mendes has a philosophy of ‘doing things for real’. What challenges does this bring? Sam is a big advocate…

Interview with Jany Temime on the designs for ‘SPECTRE’

Costume Designer Jany Temime, who was awarded the Costume Designers Guild (USA) for Excellence in Contemporary Film in 2013 for SKYFALL, talks through her designs for SPECTRE. Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux) green evening dress “I didn’t want a red carpet dress but something that could be rolled up in a suitcase, dressed up or dressed…

Zoe Tahir interview: the hair designer talks Spectre

1. “The dresses, the movement and the unity of the group inspired me for this sequence. I instantly knew I wanted the dancers on wheels to look like identical peg dolls, this then led to the idea of making their wigs from wool. It was clear they needed centre partings, waves and balls of wool…