British Live Magazine – Sunday Special Edition Januar 15, 2012 (25 Pages) In Today’s Edition Of Live Magazine, Included With The Mail On Sunday Newspaper, A Special James Bond 50th Anniversary Feature Includes Some Rarely Seen Behind The Scenes Photos From The Archives Of EON Productions


Fifty Years Ago, The Little-Known Sean Connery, And Even Lesser-Known Swiss Ursula Andress, Appeared In The £ 650’000.- Screen Thriller “Dr. No”. Now, Six 007s, 64 Girls, 29 Cars And 156 Villains Later, The James Bond 007 Movies Have Become The Most Recognisable And Enduring Movie Franchise Of All Time… And Yet, Despite The Countless Classic Images, Hundreds Of Candid On Set Shots Have Remained Hidden

This Week’s “Live Magazine Special Sunday Issue” Reveals The Cream Of That Secret Archive For The First Time, With Complete Commentaries Together With A Report From Chris Evans On The Classic Cars That Secured The Legend, And The First Ever The Legend, And The First Ever Interview With The New Bond Girls From The 23rd James Bond Film “Skyfall”. (The French Actress Berenice Marlohe Who Plays The Mysterious Character Of Severine And Naomie Harris, Who Plays Field Agent Eve)


Harris Said The Idea Of Her Playing Moneypenny ‘Was A Good, Racy Rumour. But Agent Eve Is Not Remotely Office-Bound. She Gets To See Plenty Of Action”. Marlohe, Referring To Her Own Character In The Movie, Described Severine As “Glamourous And Enigmatic”, But Gets To See Less Action On Screen Than Naomie Harris. Interestingly, Berenice Marlohe Also Revealed That She Personally Admires Famke Janssen’s Character In “Goldeneye”. Towards The End Of The Interview, She Added: “As To The Question That Everyone Wanted Answered: Do I Get To Kiss James Bond? Well, My Friends, You’ll Just Have To Wait And See”…


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