Elba knows how to fan the flames of speculation. And I’m unashamedly going to fall into his trap. So is it time for a black James Bond? What the heck – why not?
A publishing saga, captured in Potter ephemera — letters, sketches, mementos and more — that has been transfigured into treasure.
With the news of Danny Boyle’s departure as director of the next 007 instalment, we rank the big-screen outings of Britain’s finest, from 1962’s Dr No to 2015’s Spectre.
The Oscar-winning director will no longer take helm of the follow-up to Spectre, set to be Daniel Craig’s last outing as James Bond.
Jacques Rivette’s deeply strange 1966 story – soon out on DVD and Blu-Ray – is part erotic memoir, part melodrama.
Two online archives of shorts, from biopics to animation, showcase the genre’s potential to innovate and subvert.
The film was listed as the 10th-highest box office earner of all time, making $1.2bn (£916m), Forbes reported in April.
As the show has grown in scope over the years, so too have its flaws become more numerous.