Sam Mendes

Rachel Weisz

Things are rolling for Bond 23. Daniel Craig is still in the role of James Bond, director Sam Mendes has come aboard to lead the next installment, and assuming MGM doesn’t implode financially, the movie may actually get made. Time to move on to the nitty-gritty details of story and setting, and our most beloved part of the pre-production process: casting rumors.

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Freida Pinto Bond Girl

here are Bond girls — like Ursula Andres or Honor Blackman — who are more memorable than some of the men who played Bond. Seriously, does anyone even remember George Lazenby at this point? So it goes without saying that the selection of the latest Bond girl is big news. And today it looks like we’ve got big news.

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James Bond may be heading to the most dangerous place of all… the suburbs.

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This week’s Culture Warrior is getting its bunker ready for Y2K.

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This week’s Culture Warrior gives an exhaustive review of the decade that you won’t find anywhere else on the Interwebs.

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John Krasinski and Maya Rudolph star as a young couple just trying to find a place to raise their soon-to-be-born offspring. And we’re starring as the website who wants you to see it for free…

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This week’s Culture Warrior tries to figure out what common theme connects five films made by one of our most talented contemporary filmmakers. From American Beauty to Away We Go.

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Away We Go is… very funny. Very sweet. Sometimes sad. Often beautiful. One of the best films of the year. And easily Sam Mendes’ greatest film yet.

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Sam Mendes is the latest director signed on to tackle the project, but should we put our faith in him?

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Toni Collette and Maggie Gyllenhaal

Having already exploited one topless Gyllenhaal in his movie Jarhead, director Sam Mendes will soon be doing the same with Gyllenhaal twin #2.

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The Daily Grind: The News We Missed

We never get around to covering everything that happens around the ole’ movie web. With that in mind, we would like to introduce our new daily feature, The Daily Grind, our daily homage to laziness in journalism.

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It will be like Road to Perdition: The Satire, only not.

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