A week after Skyfall usurped Evangelion 3.0 at the top of the Japanese box office, Bond has been beaten by the latest Kamen Rider flick. For the weekend of December 8th/9th, Eva fell to #4 behind Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Wizard & Fourze: Movie War ULTIMATUM, Skyfall, and the live-action adaptation of shoujo manga Kyō, Koi o Hajimemasu. More after the jump.
It had to happen sooner or later. Evangelion 3.0 ruled the Japanese box office since its November 17th opening, but that entry plug has finally been ejected. Skyfall grabbed the top spot this past weekend with nearly 400,000 moviegoers buying 455 million yen ($5.5 million) worth of tickets opening weekend. More after the jump.
James Bond is at it again, blasting his way to the heart of a terrorist plot in the upcoming Skyfall, the 23rd in the action franchise. Hop in your Aston Martin and hit the jump to get a first look at the teaser trailer for Skyfall!
With the Sam Mendes (American Beauty, Lone Wolf and Cub-inspired Road to Perdition) directed 23rd James Bond movie, Skyfall, being prepared for release a year from now, producer Michael G. Wilson told The People that Bond's minders would love to have Daniel Craig play 007 in another five films. More after the jump.
While trade magazines had already spoiled the significant bits, Sony Pictures' press conference filled in the details concerning the upcoming, 23rd James Bond film, including the title and additional cast members. More after the jump.
There's evidence that Sony has laid claims on the name "Skyfall" for the 23rd James Bond movie, which will be the third to feature Daniel Craig as Agent 007. If that title doesn't invite much enthusiasm, the casting of the movie's villain might. Javier Bardem, best known for his Oscar-winning performance as No Country For Old Men killer Anton Chigurh, has confirmed that he'll be the next Bond villain. More after the jump.