Daniel Craig

Interview: The ‘unretirement’ of Steven Soderbergh

In 2013, the versatile director said he was retiring from moviemaking. Four years later, he’s back with ‘Logan Lucky’. Here’s why.


The new Bond movie and the new “Iron Curtain” history

There’s something uneven about the new James Bond movie, Skyfall, though not in a bad way, and I think it has to do with the juxtaposition of luxury and austerity. Near the start of the movie, when 007 has dropped out of sight, he’s shown boozing at a low-rent beach bar. Near the end, when he needs to make a final stand, he retreats to a derelict stone manor glowering over the starkest of Scottish countrysides. So the story is bracketed by evidence of Bond’s ultimate need for little or nothing. Yet in between our eyes are treated, of course, to the usual black ties and backless dresses, luxury yachts and elite suites.

What students are talking about today (October 24th edition)

Nitro cocktails, a botched pick-up attempt & a Toronto killer

A pub’s-eye view of the Opening Ceremonies

What better place to tap the British soul on the eve of the Opening Ceremonies?

The Queen’s “mission” for Daniel Craig

Speculation is that Elizabeth II and the latest James Bond may play major roles in the London Olympics’ opening ceremony

And they all lived happily ever after

Mergers: And they all lived happily ever after

From Shania Twain and Frédéric Thiébaud to the Huffington Post and AOL–this year’s best love stories

Opening Weekend: When is a motion picture truly ‘important’?

Film reviews of ‘Defiance,’ ‘The Class’ (‘Entre les murs’) and ‘Last Chance Harvey’


This guy’s not on Cruise control

Unlike Tom, some actors can actually make you forget you’re watching a Hollywood star


Bond’s revenge

After making the skeptics eat their words, the best actor ever to play 007 is back, and this time it’s personal