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James Bond: 1958 memo reveals Ian Fleming's plans for ill-fated first Bond film
Mafia plots and inspiration from the Venice phonebook: 1958 memo reveals Ian Fleming's plans for ill-fated first Bond film Ian Fleming planned a prototype Bond film with Mafia villains given names plucked from an Italian phonebook, a secret memo from 1958 has revealed.
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007 settlement hints at evil Blofeld's return
The archvillain from the James Bond films might be making a return to the big screen following a settlement announced earlier this month between studio MGM, production company Danjaq and the estate of Kevin McClory.
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The Return of Blofeld?
A recent settlement with the estate of Kevin McClory could signal the return of Ernst Stavro Blofeld, the 007 archvillain often seen stroking his white cat.
James Bond arch-villain Blofeld 'could make a return to 007 films'
The move comes after film studio MGM secured the rights to the character from the estate of one of the creators of Bond classic Thunderball The move comes after film studio MGM secured the rights to the character from the estate of Kevin McClory - one of the creators of Bond classic Thunderball A joint statement from the three parties said the deal ... (more)
Iconic James Bond Villain Cleared For Reappearance
One of James Bond 's most iconic villains may be set to make a return after producers settled a long-running legal dispute over the character.
Blofeld potentially back in the Bond series
Villain set to make Spectre-acular return Ernst Stavro Blofeld, the most famous of all the super-villains to face off super-spy James Bond, is potentially set to return to the franchise.
James Bond villain Blofeld may return to big screen
Melbourne, Nov 16 : James Bond villain Blofeld, who's often seen stroking a white cat, might be making a return to the big screen following a settlement announced on Friday between studio MGM, production company Danjaq and the estate of Kevin McClory.
MGM & Bond Producer End Long Legal Battle Royale With 'Thunderball' Co-Scribe
MGM and the producer of the James Bond movies have finally acquire all of the rights to the 007 franchise.