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Ricky Jay 1946-2018

It has been announced that 'Tomorrow Never Dies' actor Ricky Jay has passed away of natural causes, aged 72. The actor and magician played techno-terrorist Henry Gupta in the 1997 Bond outing. He became a fan favourite with Bond audiences in his supporting role. Along with his featured scenes, various deleted scenes from the film have become popular over the years with many believing they should have remained in the final film, showing off his fantastic card throwing skills. Guinness World Records once reportedly listed Jay as throwing a playing card 190ft (58m) at 90mph (145km/h)

2nd Extended 007 Score to be released from LaLaLand Records

La-La Land Records have announced an early Christmas present for Bond fans with the release of their 2nd Expanded and Remastered Bond soundtrack release after last years terrific 'Die Another Day" album, with LA-LA LAND RECORDS RELEASES EXPANDED AND REMASTERED “THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH” LIMITED EDITION SOUNDTRACK (2-CD SET). COMPOSED BY DAVID ARNOLD, the much anticipated album will go on sale November 27, 2018 at 12 pm noon pst at La-La Land Records, Universal Music Special Markets, EON Productions and Metro Goldwyn Mayer proudly present the remastered and expanded 2-CD re-issue release of the original motion picture score to the 1999 feature film THE WORLD IS NOT ENOU

"Character arc" says Bond 25 director

Bond 25 director Cary Fukunaga has spoken to Inquirer. In his interview he mentioned his first James Bond film being Roger Moore's 'A View to a Kill' “The whole finale took place in the Bay Area, which is where I’m from. So to see my home on the big screen was really exciting. It made your own life seem larger than itself.” he said The first American director of a Bond film also described his love for the film's title theme song, and we couldn't agree more, Duran Duran's epic track, saying that he thinks it is "probably" the best of the series. Will be interesting to see what influence this has on his filming technique and inclusions to the film, much alike 'Live and Let Die' on Sam Mendes.

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