Knowledge Identifier: $James_Bond
Category: Literature (150)
Launched in 2001.
Countries: United Kingdom (36%), United States (24%), (16%)
Linked to: American Film Institute, BBC, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Oxford University Press
Rowan Atkinson - He has starred in the James Bond parody "Johnny English" in 2003
Natasha Bedingfield - In 2004, Bedingfield showed interest in acting and made her début in the James Bond video game "From Russia with Love" in November 2005
Willem Dafoe - In 2004, Dafoe lent his likeness and voice for the James Bond video game Everything or Nothing as the villain Nikolai Diavolo.
James Purefoy - Throughout 2004 and 2005 Purefoy's name was rumoured as a possible candidate to replace Brosnan as agent 007 in future James Bond films
Ewan Stewart - In 2005, Stewart was one of many European actors considered for the vacant role of James Bond for the "007" series
Melissa Peachey - She appeared in the 2005 independent film "Thoughtful Geezer" and had a walk-by role in the James Bond movie "Tomorrow Never Dies"
In 2006 Electronic Arts announced a game based on then-upcoming film "Casino Royale": the game was cancelled because it would not be ready by the film's release in November of that year
Chris Cornell - Cornell and composer David Arnold collaborated on the song "You Know My Name", which Cornell co-wrote and performed and which accompanies the opening titles for the 2006 James Bond film, "Casino Royale"
Cartamundi - In 2006, Cartamundi produced the playing cards used in the James Bond movie "Casino Royale"
Carlos Leal - In 2006, Leal played the role of croupier and poker tournament organizer in the James Bond film "Casino Royale"
Jeffrey Wright (actor) - In 2006, Wright featured as Felix Leiter in the James Bond movie "Casino Royale"
Ewan McGregor - McGregor was reportedly offered the role of James Bond in the 2006 reboot "Casino Royale", but he turned it down because he feared becoming typecast
Roger Michell - Michell was in negotiations to re-team with Craig yet again in 2006 and direct the James Bond film "Quantum of Solace", but these talks fell through due to "creative differences"
James Purefoy - Speculation suggested that his departure was due to an opportunity to play James Bond in the 2006 film "Casino Royale"
Tom Chadbon - Though his theatrical film work has been more sparse, he had a small role in the 2006 James Bond film, "Casino Royale"
Ford Mondeo - A product placement promotional initiative made the Mk IV Mondeo James Bond's car for one incidental scene in "Casino Royale", introducing the new model to global audiences in November 2006 on the launch day of the movie
Gidon Saks - He sang the part of Scarpia in a production of "Tosca" for Austrian television, an excerpt of which was used in the 2008 James Bond film "Quantum of Solace"
Alfa Romeo 159 - Two black 159s appeared in the opening scenes of the 2008 James Bond film "Quantum of Solace"
Marc Forster - Additionally, Forster directed the twenty-second James Bond film, "Quantum of Solace" which began shooting on January 2, 2008, shortly before his 39th birthday, making him the youngest director in the series' history
Shirley Bassey - In 2009, Bassey recorded the album, "The Performance", with James Bond composer David Arnold as co-producer
Bond girl - In 2009, researchers at Cleveland State University and Kent State University published an article, "Shaken and Stirred: A Content Analysis of Women's Portrayals in James Bond Films", which provided a quantitative content analysis of 195 female characters appearing in twenty James Bond films
No", a second Bond story was adapted and on 3 April 2010, BBC Radio 4 broadcast "Goldfinger" with Toby Stephens again playing Bond
You Only Live Twice (novel) - The strip was reprinted by Titan Books in "The James Bond Omnibus Vol. 2", published in 2011
Sony Xperia T - The phone was featured as James Bond's phone in the 2012 film, "Skyfall" and was officially released in September 2012 in three colours: Black, White and Silver
Shirley Eaton - Van der Zyl said that Eaton did not want her at events celebrating Goldfinger Day, part of the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the James Bond film franchise in September 2012
Adele - In October 2012, Adele confirmed that she had been writing and recording the theme song for "Skyfall", the twenty-third James Bond film
Roger Moore - On 16 October 2012, "Bond On Bond" was published to tie in with the 50th anniversary of the James Bond films
Bond girl - As of 2013 there have been only two films in which James Bond falls in love with the Bond girl
Stephen Cole (writer) - In 2013 Ian Fleming Publications announced that Cole would continue the Young Bond series first penned by Charlie Higson, with four new books to further explore the life of the teenage James Bond
Adele - In 2013, Adele won the Academy *award for Best Original Song for the James Bond theme "Skyfall"
Aston Martin DB5 - In 2013, Grand Theft Auto 5 featured a car, called the 'JB 700' that heavily alluded to being a DB5, or being based on the DB5- specifically the one used by James Bond
Shirley Bassey - Dame Shirley performed at the 2013 Academy *awards on February 24, 2013 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the James Bond movie franchise
James Bond in video games - On 7 January 2014, president and co-founder of Telltale Games Kevin Bruner has expressed an interest in making a future James Bond game if he were ever afforded the chance
Ben Whishaw - He is expected to return as Q in "Spectre", the 24th James Bond film, to be released in fall 2015
Writing's on the Wall (Sam Smith song) - In the United Kingdom, "Writing's on the Wall" became the first James Bond theme to reach number one, on the issue dated 8 October 2015; The previous highest-charting Bond themes were Adele's "Skyfall" and Duran Duran's "A View to a Kill", which both reached number two
Tom Ford - As of 2016, he is selling James Bond glasses through his label
Nicolas Winding Refn - In July 2016, Refn revealed that he turned down the offer to direct the James Bond movie "Spectre"
Daniel Craig - On the August 15, 2017 episode of the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Craig publicly confirmed that he will return to his role as James Bond
In 2018 a James Bond museum opened atop of Austrian Alps