Everyone has their Bond. The one who drank those terrible shaken martinis [Shaking waters down the drink by melting more ice than stirring. That’s why you stir.] when they were a kid. For me, that was Roger Moore. He’s who I think of when I think of James Bond. And, the pinnacle of his run as far as I’m concerned is …
Custom Spectre defender credit card.
*poor trigger control, might go off half cocked....
I think the 2000GT is one of the most beautiful cars aver made (even gorgeouser than the legendary E-Type) and I only recently learned they made a targa version.
SPECTRE is every bit as good as Casino Royale (and the helicopter sequence cold open is the best ever in a Bond film):
All of this started with a Craigslist ad for a major project. We usually do get carried away in the comments a bit, especially on obscure cars and great movies. And after we found out one of us actually had a diecast on the Corvorado a deal was made quickly for this little intercontinental collaboration to celebrate…
The DB10 is nice and all but it’s no DB5...
Mine would be The World Is Not Enough.
Got my ass up out of bed early this morning, and headed down to O.C. Coffee & Cars to get some shots of 3 star cars from Spectre. The C-X75 is even more striking in person than I imagined it would be, and it also led me to ask myself how in the hell Dave Bustista fit in there.
A silver-birch 1964 Aston Martin DB5 in the hands of a private owner was involved in a crash with a Vauxhall Astra just outside of Manchester Airport on Tuesday. The car, valued at over £1 million, was totaled.
The Man Who Flew To Earth is a new documentary by accredited stuntman and first-time director Roy Taylor about the attempt of Gary Connery to skydive from over 2,000 feet and land without a parachute.
There is a new trailer for SPECTRE, the upcoming Bond film, and it seems the quartermaster has been very busy arranging all sorts of vehicles for scenes from Mexico to Morocco, including planes, trains, and (mostly British) automobiles. Here is a handy breakdown with plenty of pretty pictures.
There is a new James Bond mobile game out, called James Bond: World Of Espionage! Haven’t heard of it? Probably because it hasn’t been advertised at all. Probably because it is the most pointless, uninspired, redundant trash heap of coding to ever associate itself to a successful property in the history of the app…
In exactly one month from today I will restlessly lay awake in the middle of the night, pondering my future and washing out the looming anxiety attacks with episodes of Top Gear on Netflix, for the next day will be the day I move to Charlotte, NC.
James Bond has managed to bed fifty-five women in all his twenty-three film outings. 55. Possibly more. All that sheet-sleuthing catches up to you, hence an interesting prescription found on set of the next Bond flick, SPECTRE.
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A new televised spot for the upcoming Bond film, SPECTRE, came unannounced and seemingly out of nowhere during the NBA Finals last night because the people needed something to be excited about, I guess.
There is a new Bond book. James Bond saves Stirling Moss in a Grand Prix at the Nurburgring. Pussy Galore is back. It is called Trigger Mortis. What more do you want?
Believe it or not, the James Bond movies have been around for just about fifty years now, spanning 23 films. Global Watch Shop has an nifty guide to all of the tactile gadgets of the British spy presented in the only way people view facts on the internet - an infographic!
In 1997, Pierce Brosnan’s second film as James Bond Tomorrow Never Dies was released, giving the spy a modern soundtrack, modern haircut, modern handgun, and modern BMW 750iL. Bond meant business.. mostly because he literally looked like a businessman.