Casino Royale (2006) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
Casino Royale is directed by Martin Campbell and is the first Bond film starring Daniel Craig as the infamous agent. A new 00 agent for MI6, Bond is assigned with incapacitating a terrorist (Mads.
Though Casino Royale was not the first of the James Bond novels to be filmed, a popular parody of the book, starring David Niven (as Bond), Peter Sellers, Woody Allen, Ursula Andress, and Orson Welles, was released in 1967. A well-received updated adaptation of the book, starring Daniel Craig as Bond, appeared in 2006.Vesper Lynd is the deuteragonist of Ian Fleming's 1953 novel Casino Royale the first installment in the James Bond series, and its 2006 film adaptation of the same name. Additionally she is also a supporting antagonist in the 1967 spoof film Casiono Royale and appears as as a posthumous character in the reboot of the Eon film series following her appearance in the 2006 film.Casino Royale 2006 Time for your poker face. CASINO ROYALE sees James Bond, played by Daniel Craig, on his first mission as a newly promoted Double-O who must take on villain Le Chiffre in a tense game of high stakes poker. This limited edition design takes inspiration from the colourful title sequence packed full of casino imagery.
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In 2006 James Bond was back in the twenty-first instalment of the spy series: Casino Royale. Based on Ian Fleming's first novel, published in 1953, the film sees Bond obtain his licence to kill before setting out to foil the plans of Le Chiffre, a terrorist financier, with the help of treasury agent Vesper Lynd. This was the third time Fleming's Casino Royale had been adapted.
The Daniel Craig Bond films have been very satisfying, but which villain truly blew us away?. The minute that 2006's Casino Royale hit cinemas, it was clear that Daniel Craig Bond films would.
Casino Royale won a BAFTA Film Award for Best Sound. David Arnold won a BMI Film Music Award for his composition in 2007. Daniel Craig won an Empire Award for Best Actor. Eva Green won an Empire Award for Best Female Newcomer. Phil Meheux won a British Society of Cinematographers award for Casino Royale in 2006.
Outside of Goldfinger, Casino Royale is the greatest James Bond movie ever made. It has absolutely EVERYTHING you could possibly ask for in a James Bond movie and even more. Of course the initial controversy was that a blonde actor was going to be portraying 007 for the first time ever, those skepticisms soon died after the release of Casino Royale.
July 27, 2012 - London, UK - Designing 007 - Fifty Years of Bond Style.Frozen villain Boris Grishenko from Golden Eye.The Barbican marks the 50th anniversary of the James Bond franchise, from 1962's Dr No to this year's Skyfall, with a unique exhibition showcasing the inside story of the design and style of the world's most influential and iconic movie brand.
The title is taken from Ian Fleming's first James Bond novel, and also features as the name of the casino in which 007 must bankrupt villain Le Chiffre. Release Data. UK: 16th November 2006 (12A) USA: 17th November 2006 (PG-13) World Premiere: 14th November 2006 (Odeon Leicester Square, UK) UK TV Premiere: 19th September 2009, ITV.
James Bond returned to his roots in the 2006 adaptation of the first Ian Fleming novel Casino Royale giving the series a much needed reboot.
Valenka (Ivana Milicevic) is a minor villainess from the 2006 James Bond film Casino Royale. Valenka is the girlfriend, mistress and henchwoman working with the main villain Le Chiffre (Jean Duran). Valenka is first seen coming out of the sea in the Bahamas after a swim in a luxurious blue swimsuit, and takes a sexy shower. One of LeChiffre's.