Remember the opening scene in Casino Royale where James Bond earns his 00 status? It’s now been remade — with Legos.
James Bond is in a box-office photo finish with Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny over what looks to be the last slow weekend of the holidays.
The “Twilight” finale and “Skyfall” continued to dominate the box office on a typically slow post-Thanksgiving weekend that brought big business for holdover films.
The sky’s the limit for James Bond’s “Skyfall.” The 23rd Bond film hauled in a franchise-record $87.8 million in its first weekend at U.S. theaters.
It’s a huge weekend for movies. The Lone Star Film Festival is in full swing and so are the stars.
Skyfall” is the latest James Bond movie starring Daniel Craig. This is the 23rd film in the series and marks the third time Craig has played iconic 007.
What would happen if Roger Moore battled Sean Connery? Or what about Pierce Brosnan against Timothy Dalton? Find out in the ultimate James Bond deathmatch!
The folks at Coke Zero challenged train passengers to win tickets to the latest James Bond flick. But the contestants only had 70 seconds to prove that they too could be James Bond.
- HP Byron Nelson Championship... NASCAR Sprint Cup Series... Tigers vs Rangers - May 19,... Tigers vs Rangers - May 18,...
- Tigers vs Rangers - May 17,... Dallas Comic Con 2013 Tigers vs Rangers - May 16,... Best Summer Dishes
- Severe Weather Aftermath: May... Severe Weather Pictures: May... CBS 2013-2014 Prime Time Show Rangers vs Athletics - May...
- Dallas Cowboys Rookie Camp -... Rangers vs Athletics – May... Flash Forward: Concept Cars... G-Bag Nation Live From...
Latest DFW News
- Texas Motor Speedway Firestone 550 Contest
- Rangers RHP Lewis: No Timetable After Rehab Start
- One North Texas Officer Says Ticket Quotas Do Exist…And It May Be A Ticket To A Trophy
- Parts of Granbury Evacuated Under Severe Weather Threats
- 8 Questions For Cowboys At OTAs
- Praise for Firefighter Stan Wilson Both On, Off-Duty
- Rangers Turn Lowe Loose To Make Room For Lindblom
- Tortorella Says There’s ‘No Give’ In Rangers As Series Shifts To N.Y.