We're more than happy to update our "Lost Art of Interrogation" section interviewing the creators of an icon: Starr Parodi and Jeff Fair, who reworked the immortal notes of the James Bond Theme for the GOLDENEYE trailer, bringing a classic tune into the '90s without losing its original style. Starr and Jeff are an American wife and husband composing team who have worked together composing music mainly for the film industry, including the classic United Artists jingle that opened the '90s productions of the company including GOLDENEYE.
Tuesday, 3 December 2013
By Nicolás Suszczyk (first published on 007hertzrumble.com)
In SKYFALL, Daniel Craig’s James Bond says to an overjoyed Silva his hobby is “resurrection”. Of course he resurrected in SKYFALL after a not so bright QUANTUM OF SOLACE and in CASINO ROYALE after the somewhat grotesque DIE ANOTHER DAY. But the first resurrection 007 has ever had was, without a doubt, the 1995 film GOLDENEYE.
I was seven and a half years old when I saw a graphic ad in Buenos Aires announcing the cable TV premiere of GOLDENEYE in December 1997 or January 1998. Against a white background, there was a good-looking fellow in a tuxedo holding a silenced Walther PPK handgun, in an image lifted from the film’s teaser poster under the tagline “you know the name, you know the number.”
Saturday, 9 November 2013
After the Motion Picture Assosiation of America rated Judi Dench's new film PHILOMENA with an R rating for "strong language" (the word f**k, precisely), the British character actress known for playing M in seven James Bond films from GOLDENEYE to SKYFALL played the role once more in a video campaign to dissuade the MPAA to lower the rating. SPOILERS AHEAD