007 fans wanting to get their hands on their own piece of movie memorabilia can get their chance today when the world-famous submarine car, used in one of the Bond movies, goes up for auction in London. ITV News reporter Sangeeta Kandola reports:
One James Bond fan has got their hands on the submarine car used in The Spy Who Loved - for the hefty price of £550, 000.Read the full story ›
Bomber pilot and James Bond stunt double Ken Wallis, 97, has died after a "great life," his daughter said.
He was awarded a medal in July for his role in 103 Squadron's missions in the Second World War after years of campaigning.
In later life the great-grandfather spent 20 years working in armament and weapon research, flew nuclear-armed B36s for the US and was credited with a key discovery which made autogyro aircraft more reliable.
Between 1968 and 2002, Wing Cdr Wallis set 34 world records, many of which still stand, including the 3km speed record for autogyros, set at 207.7kph.
It was this passion which led to him featuring in the 1967 Bond film You Only Live Twice when he was asked to pilot an autogyro and double for Sean Connery in scenes shot in Japan.
The next James Bond film will be directed by Sam Mendes, with Daniel Craig reprising his role as 007, following the success of Skyfall.Read the full story ›
Daniel Craig will reprise the role of James Bond and will be directed once more by Sam Mendes for the new 007 film.
The yet-untitled film, the 24th in the franchise, will be released in the UK in October 2015, and the month after in the US.
Filmmaker Sam Mendes is rumoured to be in discussions over directing another James Bond film despite saying he would not return to the franchise after his success with Skyfall.
The Oscar-winner originally turned down the chance to make the next instalment saying he wanted his "complete focus" to be on his theatre work, including productions of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and King Lear in London.
But a plan that would see work on the next Bond film delayed, to allow Mendes to see the theatre productions through, is now being discussed according to sources close to the star.
The opening scene to the James Bond film Casino Royale has been meticulously recreated using LEGO characters.
The three-minute clip was produced by Bricktease, a group of LEGO enthusiasts, and posted online.
A member of the team revealed that the production took around two weekends, most of which was spent reproducing the bathroom fight scene.
The video has generated a hugely positive reaction and received over 13,000 views on YouTube.
Skyfall director Sam Mendes finally had his moment of glory tonight scooping three gongs at the Jameson Empire Awards 2013.Read the full story ›
Derek Watkins, the British trumpet player who played on every James Bond film soundtrack, has died aged 68, his close friend said today.Read the full story ›
Olympic opening ceremony mastermind Danny Boyle has revealed he did not ask the Queen to appear in his James Bond skit - she volunteered.Read the full story ›