"The Girl Who Played With Fire," the sequel to last year's David Fincher-directed "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo," will not be in theaters late next year as had originally been hoped, a source close to the production tells EW.
The opening ceremony for the 2012 Olympic Games has been shrouded in mystery, with director Danny Boyle keen to keep any details of the $42 million spectacle under wraps. However despite acknowledging that the Internet and social media make it too tempting for people to keep a secret and that spoilers are now part of "the modern world," Boyle graciously invited 60,000 fans to witness a rehearsal of the ceremony at the Olympic Stadium in London, days before the actual event, asking them to not tweet photos and suggesting the hashtag #savethesurprise.
Further proof that Daniel Craig is not your daddy's 007: In an upcoming ad campaign, the blond Bond is going to forgo his trademark cocktail for a swig of Dutch beer. Let's hope it doesn't arrive shaken.
There are few better ways for an actor to show off his chops than by playing the clever trickster in a thriller (think of Daniel Craig's 007 at the poker table, or Matt Damon's Bourne leading his CIA overseers through the looking glass).
â¢ Fergie and hubby Josh Duhamel celebrated Valentine's Day with friends - and a hot makeout session! - at New York City nightclub The Box Monday night. As they were leaving, they bumped into Hugh Jackman and his wife, Deborra-lee Furness, there to meet new couple Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz, who swapped kisses as the night went on.
"Quantum of Solace," Daniel Craig's second outing as James Bond, begins just minutes after "Casino Royale" ended and sets off at such a furious pace -- a breakneck car chase along hairpin roads -- you half expect 007 to overtake himself and save his lover Vesper Lynd from the soggy Venetian fate that ended "Royale."
It seems a very long time ago, considering the barely-contained anticipation around new Bond movie "Quantum of Solace," that eyebrows were raised over Daniel Craig's initial casting as the super-cool spy.
When GQ hits newsstands next week, it's not one, but three handsome covers vying for attention. For the magazine's annual Men of the Year issue (out Nov. 27), former president Bill Clinton, James Bond stud Daniel Craig and hip hop star Kanye West took top honors. Rounding out the expansive list is "icon" Tom Hanks, "father of the year" Seth Rogen, British import James McAvoy and "breakout of the year" Casey Affleck. Surprisingly enough, GQ includes some ladies: Cate Blanchett is recognized for her turn as Bob Dylan in I'm Not There and Hayden Panettiere is the "obsession of the year."– Kristin Boehm