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    'Casino Royale' - trade reviews

    Casino Royale

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    Daniel Craig jumps into the secret agent waters as James Bond in 'Casino Royale,' here with Eva Green.

    A Sony Pictures Entertainment release of an MGM, Columbia Pictures and Albert R. Broccoli's Eon Prods. presentation. Produced by Michael G. Wilson, Barbara Broccoli. Executive producers, Anthony WayeCQ, Callum McDougall. Directed by Martin Campbell. Screenplay, Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, Paul Haggis, based on the novel by Ian Fleming.

    James Bond - Daniel Craig
    Vesper Lynd - Eva Green
    Le Chiffre - Mads Mikkelsen
    M - Judi Dench
    Felix Leiter - Jeffrey Wright
    Mathis - Giancarlo Giannini
    Solange - Caterina Murino
    Alex Dimitrios - Simon Abkarian
    Steven Obanno - Issach De Bankole
    Mr. White - Jesper Christensen
    Valenka - Ivana Milicevic
    Villiers - Tobias Menzies
    Carlos Claudio Santamaria

    By Todd McCarthy
    Variety
    November 10, 2006

    For once, there is truth in advertising: The credits proclaim Daniel Craig as "Ian Fleming's James Bond 007," and Craig comes closer to the author's original conception of this exceptionally long-lived male fantasy figure than anyone since early Sean Connery. "Casino Royale" sees Bond recharged with fresh toughness and arrogance, along with balancing hints of sadism and humanity, just as the fabled series is reinvigorated by going back to basics. The Pierce Brosnan quartet set financial high-water marks for the franchise that may not be matched again, but public curiosity, lack of much high-octane action competition through the holiday season and the new film's intrinsic excitement should nonetheless generate Bond-worthy revenue internationally.



    Bond made his debut in "Casino Royale" when it was published in 1953, and while the novel was adapted the following year for American television (Barry Nelson played Bond) and in 1967 became a lame all-star spy send-up featuring Peter Sellers, David Niven and Woody Allen, it remained unavailable to the Eon producers until now.
    As refashioned for this 21st series installment, the novel's focus on a high-stakes cards showdown doesn't kick in for an hour. But Craig's taking over as the sixth actor to officially portray the secret agent on the bigscreen (not including that first "Casino") provides a plausible opportunity to examine the character's promotion to double-0 status, which is neatly done in a brutal black-and-white prologue in which he notches his first two kills.
    Full review at http://www.variety.com/VE1117932077.html

    CASINO ROYALE

    By Kirk Honeycutt
    The Hollywood Reporter
    Nov 10, 2006

    Bottom Line: A Bond reboot that explores the fascinating early career of 007

    Daniel Craig brings the James Bond character back to its roots as a rough-around-the-edges sociopathic killer as the movie eschews high-tech gimmicks in favor of intrigue and suspense.

    In "Casino Royale," James Bond is back. Back to his roots as Ian Fleming's driven, bare-knuckled, rough-around-the-edges sociopathic killer in Her Majesty's Secret Service. The movie is so retro it begins with a black-and-white sequence in which Bond brutally earn his 00 status with two textbook-perfect killings.

    With every new actor who steps into the role of Bond, the producing team descended from the original producer, Cubby Broccoli, retools the series. For Daniel Craig, the handsome English actor who appears chiseled from raw granite, director Martin Campbell and producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli go back to Fleming's first novel, published in 1953, "Casino Royale" -- previously made as a joke movie with comics Peter Sellers and Woody Allen -- to re-establish Bond's origins in sex, sadism, murder and dry martinis.

    What a relief to escape the series' increasing bondage to high-tech gimmicks in favor of intrigue and suspense featuring richly nuanced characters and women who think the body's sexiest organ is the brain. To demonstrate the difference, the movie's first major set piece is a five-minute foot chase, albeit with the acrobatic stunts one associates with Hong Kong action movies.
    Full review at http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/....jsp?&rid=8223
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    I'm really looking forward to seeing this. Daniel Craig in the trailer portrays the qualities of James Bond. I'm curious to see how he does in its entirety. He certainly has the physique.
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    I have never really seen a Bond film, but I actually want to see this one. Craig looks like a great actor and may be just what the franchise needs. Plus I am drawn to the fact that it looks like a love story and not about sex
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    Quote Originally Posted by TicTocDragon View Post
    I'm really looking forward to seeing this. Daniel Craig in the trailer portrays the qualities of James Bond. I'm curious to see how he does in its entirety. He certainly has the physique.
    Let's hope he mastered driving a stick shift!

    Looking forward to this one as well. I think Daniel looks more "British" than any of the other Bonds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dramaqueen View Post
    I have never really seen a Bond film, but I actually want to see this one. Craig looks like a great actor and may be just what the franchise needs. Plus I am drawn to the fact that it looks like a love story and not about sex
    I wonder if Bond has ever been checked out?

    Quote Originally Posted by Soulquarian View Post
    Let's hope he mastered driving a stick shift!

    Looking forward to this one as well. I think Daniel looks more "British" than any of the other Bonds.
    Stick shift isn't easy if you haven't had one. I also wonder what kind of gadgets they will introduce. MGM is already filming Bond 22, the next installment.
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    Daniel Craig as James Bond in MGM/Columbia Pictures' Casino Royale - 2006

    He's such a wonderful actor so these reviews are particularly nice to see.
    His work in films such as 'Road to Perdition', 'Enduring Love' and especially Matthew Vaughn's ''Layer Cake' have set him on his path to Bond.

    And here's a bit on Bond's new wheels:
    Q+A: 'Casino Royale' Reaffirms 007's Bond With Ford

    Ford's Myles Romero, head of global brand entertainment
    November 13, 2006

    By Steve Miller
    Brandweek

    DETROIT -- When James Bond cruises up to his hotel in the Bahamas at the beginning of Casino Royale, he won't be behind the wheel of an Aston Martin, but rather a tonic-blue Ford Mondeo, a Euro-sedan. James Bond isn't slumming, though. Instead he's helping Ford relaunch the blue oval in 21 countries. Played this time around by actor Daniel Craig, Bond is extremely popular throughout Europe and putting the 2007 Mondeo out there represents a branding success for Ford, which has had its vehicles in 17 of the 21 Bond films alongside rival marques. Credit Myles Romero, who heads Ford's global brand entertainment shop in Beverly Hills, Calif., with keeping the company's products part of the cinematic and TV landscape, from the poppy preening on American Idol to the Lincoln Navigator in 2005's Oscar-winning Crash. Romero discussed the automaker's Hollywood aspirations with Brandweek senior reporter Steve Miller.

    Brandweek: What is Casino Royale delivering to Ford?

    Myles Romero: The Bond franchise is one of the most successful in move franchise history, so it has always performed very well for us. But for Casino Royale, Bond is being introduced to a younger demographic, going back to the first [author Ian] Fleming book and focus on Bond before he became a 007 agent. That's why we have a new James Bond, Daniel Craig. But it gets our product out there in front of that 18- to 34-year-old audience, which everyone wants. At the same time, we have some other vehicles with great parts in the movie. The main villain drives a Range Rover Sport, and then our Jaguar XKR and XK Sport have two great parts in the movie.

    BW: Not all of these Bond movies have done so well, and some people have tuned Bond out. Does it hurt the Ford brand if something like this does badly?

    MR: That depends on what your objectives are and how you define badly. I don't expect every movie we are in to win an Academy Award. But I do expect that if it is well written with a good cast and production crew to give us the right visibility, even if it doesn't perform well. We get massive brand exposure that we couldn't have done on our own, and the fact that we get customers to see our brand who may never otherwise see us works for me. I will say that there are times when an appearance is not good for the brand, and that's because we have no control over what kind of cars a filmmaker might rent or buy for explosions and things like that. We don't like to see our vehicles exploding or on fire . . . And I don't like to see SUVs rolling over.

    BW: How do you decide which vehicle is right for a film?

    MR: We audition our vehicles, and it's not always about what would work, but also what they want. For the opening of Casino Royale, we had several cars looked at. The Mondeo is very European and the filmmakers were interested in that car in that it reflected Bond at his best. In recent memory, Bond hasn't jumped into a really hot car in a while. And it was a car that was relevant to us. These cars are auditioned a year to 18 months ahead of time, so there is a bit of a curve there. But we try to show them everything. The Mazda CX7 crossover auditioned. The Ford Edge would have worked well. And the Aston Martin will always be in there. The Broccoli family [producers of the films] specifically calls us and asks what Aston Martin we are using this time. In this case it's the DBS.
    http://www.brandweek.com/bw/news/spo..._id=1003381269</H4>
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    Ok that is just wrong! Ford? Give me a break! Yuck! Bond belongs in a Aston Martin!



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    Quote Originally Posted by TicTocDragon View Post
    Ok that is just wrong! Ford? Give me a break! Yuck! Bond belongs in a Aston Martin!
    He's just become a double O in this one, so he gets a starter car '007 Ford I guess...
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    The new Bond era starts tomorrow:
    Casino Royale World Premiere to Be Webcast Live From London on MTV Regional Websites Around the World


    LOS ANGELES, Nov. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- The World Premiere of Casino Royale, the 21st James Bond adventure, will be streamed live across MTV regional websites in Europe, Latin America, Brazil, and Asia tomorrow,Tuesday, November 14th. Entertainment fans everywhere looking for their first glimpse of Daniel Craig as he takes on the role of "007" can point their browsers to their local MTV sites to witness the premiere live from London, which will take place at 5:30pm GMT. Following the premiere, fans in North America can see highlights of the premiere at movies.mtv.com.

    Casino Royale will take over Leicester Square as three of London's flagship cinemas -- the Odeon Leicester Square, the Empire, and the Odeon West End -- will host the premiere of the film and the 60th Royal Film Performance. The stars and filmmakers will gather on the red carpet in the presence of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh as they celebrate the film's release in theaters everywhere on November 17th. Attending the premiere will be Daniel Craig, who makes his debut as 007 in Casino Royale, and stars Eva Green, Mads Mikkelsen, Caterina Murino, and Dame Judi Dench, as well as director Martin Campbell and producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli.

    Daniel Craig stars as "007" James Bond, the smoothest, most lethal agent on Her Majesty's Secret Service in Casino Royale. Based on the first Bond book written by Ian Fleming, the story recounts the making of the world's greatest secret agent. Martin Campbell is directing the 21st adventure in the 44-year-old franchise, from a screenplay by Neal Purvis & Robert Wade and Paul Haggis.

    James Bond's first "007" mission leads him to Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen), banker to the world's terrorists. In order to stop him, and bring down the terrorist network, Bond must beat Le Chiffre in a high-stakes poker game at Casino Royale. Bond is initially annoyed when a beautiful British Treasury official, Vesper Lynd (Eva Green) is assigned to deliver his stake for the game and watch over the government's money. But, as Bond and Vesper survive a series of lethal attacks by Le Chiffre and his henchmen, a mutual attraction develops leading them both into further danger and events that will shape Bond's life forever.

    SOURCE Sony Pictures Entertainment
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    Can't wait to see this movie. The CTV news website has an article about and they are rating it 3 and a half stars out of 4. Here's the story:
    http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNew...rtainment&pr=0

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    Can't wait, it's opening here at Grauman's Chinese, the perfect theatre!

    The Queen looks pretty darned please with herself here, the hussy!
    James Bond gets the royal treatment at London premiere

    Updated 11/15/2006 11:38 AM ET

    By Michael Dunlea, AP
    Queen Elizabeth II meets actor Daniel Craig, the new James Bond,
    at the London premiere of Casino Royale Tuesday in London.

    By Cesar G. Soriano, Special for USA TODAY

    LONDON — James Bond made a royal return to the big screen Wednesday at the world premiere of Casino Royale, attended by Queen Elizabeth II and hundreds of screaming fans.

    Daniel Craig — the blond Bond — made his debut as the sixth actor to portray the British secret agent 007. In typical Bond fashion, a suave Craig arrived at the premiere in a black tuxedo as the James Bond theme song played. The man of few words rushed past reporters but spent nearly an hour signing autographs for fans who braved the chilly and drizzly London evening.

    "This is fantastic, absolutely fabulous," said Craig, who attended with girlfriend Satsuki Mitchell, 29, an American film producer.

    Casino Royale, which opens in theaters Nov. 17, is based on Ian Fleming's first Bond novel. The blond, blue-eyed Craig was a relative unknown until landing the role, a casting decision that caused a public outcry. Asked if he was bothered by the past criticism, Craig said, "No."

    Casino Royale producer Barbara Broccoli stood by her man. "To be truthful, it didn't really bother us, because we knew we had the right guy," she said.

    Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen, who portrays villain Le Chiffre, said he welcomed the new Bond film. "Everything is slightly different in this film. It's 2006 and that's what we were aiming for," said Mikkelsen.

    Italian actress Caterina Murino, who plays one of two Bond Girls in the film, said she was hesitant to take on the role of Solange. "I can't say I was a great fan of James Bond. I always thought he was a little bit chauvinist. But a lot of women can start to enjoy watching the movies because Daniel is so sexy."

    Asked how he felt being called a sex symbol, Craig said, "I don't even think about it."

    Casino Royale marks the first time 007 falls in love. That sealed the deal for French actress Eva Green, who portrays love interest Vesper Lynd. "I read the script, and I thought it was very unusual for Bond."

    Also hitting the red carpet were Judi Dench, Elton John and partner David Furnish, Sharon Osbourne and Paris Hilton.

    Craig will star in the next James Bond adventure, slated to hit screens in 2008.
    http://www.usatoday.com/life/people/...premiere_x.htm
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    I'll drive his stick shift for him.


    I saw the film last night. While it wasn't classic Bond, I like it quite a bit. There are plot holes (someone explain the opening flashback to me, k?) and not enough gadgets and girls, but it kept my attention. There were 3 others with me at the preview and one guy hated it, the other girl was not impressed, the other guy.....well, I'll let him post if he can post something other than YUMMY.

    It certainly doesn't rival Sean's Bond films, but I doubt anything could knock Sean off his pedastal (for me at least).

    I'm a classic Bond lover but I really am not a fan of most modern-day action films, so I come from a completely different place than many. I will be interesting to read what others think.

    BTW, I HATE the Chris Cornell song but I ADORE Dave Arnold's treatment of the Bond themes.

    Oh, and can some one yell PRODUCT PLACEMENT any louder?

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    well, I for one.am excited to see it. But, for a different reason. I recently read the book...and am very interested to see how much they left in, andwhat they added. There is one VERY important part, that I really want to see how they changed it. If the movie is PG 13, they definately had to do something with it. And I can't see the story being quite as good without it. I do approve of the casting for Vesper, though. I was afraid they'd turn her into a blonde and ruin the whole thing.




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    Bond shakes up biz around the world

    'Casino' hits the jackpot o'seas

    By Dave McNary
    Variety
    November 20, 2006

    James Bond returned with a bang at the international box office as "Casino Royale" dominated the weekend with $42.2 million at 3,063 playdates in 27 markets.

    "Casino" hit the jackpot in its U.K. launch with $25.6 million at 988, including $3.7 million in previews. Its Friday-Sunday take tied "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" as the second-highest weekend launch in Brit history, trailing only "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire."

    With Daniel Craig in his first turn as Bond, the Blighty opening handily topped the previous Bond pic, "Die Another Day," by 46%.

    "Casino Royale" took in more than the combined foreign grosses of the next four pics -- "Borat," "The Devil Wears Prada" and "Open Season." Combined with its second-place domestic take, "Casino" totaled $82.8 million worldwide for the weekend.

    Given the strong international track record of recent Bond pics -- with foreign gross accounting for nearly two-thirds of worldwide box office -- "Casino Royale" looks poised for potent offshore biz that could eclipse the $271 million mark set by "Die Another Day" four years ago. Sony has opted to wait until next weekend to launch "Casino Royale" in other major European markets, including France, Germany, Holland, Spain and Sweden.
    In the second-largest "Casino" take, Russian B.O. Bonded with $3.8 million at 633 -- the eighth-largest launch for a non-Russian pic.

    "Casino" set a record in India with $3.2 million at 427, beating "Spider-Man 2's" opening by 87% for biggest debut of a non-Indian pic.

    Greece led the rest of the "Casino" territories with $1.34 million at 111, followed by Thailand with $1.1 million at 154, Taiwan with $1 million at 116, Singapore with $900,000, Malaysia with $800,000, Poland with $735,000 and the UAE with $635,000 -- the second largest launch in that market.

    Despite the impressive start for "Casino," overall biz lagged the same frame of 2005, when "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" opened with $80 million. But foreign box office for the five major distribs (BVI, Fox, Sony, UIP, Warner) remains well ahead of the 2005 pace and should finish the year ahead of the 2004 record of $8.5 billion.
    http://www.variety.com/article/VR111...goryid=13&cs=1
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    007 goes for the global grab

    'Casino' hits int'l jackpot

    'Casino Royale' cashed in $66.2 million overseas.

    By Dave McNary
    Variety
    November 27, 2006

    Dominating international business, "Casino Royale" broke the bank at the overseas box office with $66.2 million at 6,600 playdates in 50 markets.

    James Bond pic wiped out rivals via a strong second U.K. frame plus socko launches throughout Western Europe as it led in every new market, and posted the sixth-biggest weekend of 2006 internationally with an impressive per-location average of about $10,000.

    The film saw offshore cume hit $128.2 million and worldwide grosses total $222.4 million.

    "Casino" took in more than double the combined grosses of the next four pics -- "Borat," "The Departed," "Saw III" and "Open Season." "Casino" looks likely to surpass the record worldwide gross for a Bond pic of $431 million, set by "Die Another Day" four years ago, thanks to two factors -- no other tentpoles of similar magnitude will hit international markets soon and openings are still coming in big markets Japan, South Korea, Australia, Italy and Mexico.

    "Casino" also will likely keep the 2006 foreign box office total for the five major distribs (BVI, Fox, Sony, UIP, Warner) on track to exceed the 2004 record of $8.5 billion and finish far ahead of last year's $7.9 billion.

    It showed significant staying power in the U.K. with $16.6 million at 991, down only 24% from its opening weekend. The Brit cume has hit $53.6 million, a mere $3.7 million short of matching "Die Another Day" for top perf by a Bond pic in his home turf.

    Germans gave solid support to "Casino" with $12 million at 1,180, in line with forecasts that predicted a launch similar to the $12.9 million opening for "The Da Vinci Code."

    France followed with $8.4 million at 823, Spain debuted with $4 million at 500, and Switzerland bowed with $3 million at 161 -- the third-highest launch of all time in that market.

    Scandinavia combined for $6.7 million for the Bond pic, led by Denmark with $2.5 million at 101, Sweden with $2.1 million at 133, Norway with $1.5 million at 98 and Finland with $780,000 at 60.

    "Casino" also cashed in impressively in Holland, opening with $1.8 million at 133, followed by Austria with $1.6 million at 129 and Belgium with $1.5 million at 95. And Russian holdover biz stayed respectable with $2.8 million at 630, down 47%, and in India with $1.4 million at 427, off 56% in what's been the widest launch ever for a non-Bollywood pic in that market.

    Thanks to "Casino Royale," Sony's posted its best year ever in overseas box office with $1.39 billion, surpassing the 2002 mark of $1.31 billion. "The Da Vinci Code" accounted for $532 million in foreign takings earlier this year.

    Rivals mostly avoided going head to head with "Casino Royale." For example, BVI launched "Deja vu" only in Mexico -- a non-Bond market until Dec. 7 -- and the Denzel Washington starrer led with $1.1 million at 400, topping the third frame of "Babel" and "Children of Men."
    http://www.variety.com/article/VR111...goryid=13&cs=1
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