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Spectre cast and crew unravel The Bond Identity

 The Big Issue UK 02 November 2019

Ever since Ian Fleming’s first novel came out in 1953 and the first film, Dr No, arrived in 1962, James Bond has proved a powerful cultural touchstone. The casting of Daniel Craig for 2006’s Casino Royale allowed the films to go back to Fleming’s original conception of Bond as an anti-hero operating in a tightly controlled government system. As the latest instalment in the Bond series, Spectre, hits cinemas, stars Naomi Harris (who plays Miss Moneypenny) newcomer Andrew Scott and James Bond producers discuss what Daniel Craig's 007 reflects about modern society. (1444 Words) - By Eamonn Forde

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Daniel Craig in a scene from new James Bond film Spectre

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Actress Naomie Harris poses during a photocall for the new James Bond 007 film "Spectre" in Mexico City, November 1, 2019.REUTERS/Stringer Mexico

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