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Daniel Craig Reveals His Favorite Bond Girl

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Daniel Craig Reveals His Favorite Bond Girl

Originally posted 10/30/2008 11:55AM

Quantum of Solace star Daniel Craig only has eyes for one Bond girl – his own.

At the world premiere of the new James Bond film, Craig strolled the red carpet Wednesday night in London with girlfriend, Satsuki Mitchell, who wore a Ralph Lauren Collection gown and eagerly told reporters that his favorite Bond girl was "the one on my arm."

"He was a bit spotlight shy and glued to his girlfriend," a source tells PEOPLE. "She straightened his tie a lot and whispered what seemed words of encouragement."

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Jack White and Alicia Keys's New 007 Song Revealed

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Jack White and Alicia Keys's New 007 Song Revealed

Originally posted 09/18/2008 11:00AM

Jack White and Alicia Keys's theme for the new James Bond adventure Quantum of Solace offers this tongue-twisting lyric: "Another blinger with the slick trigger finger for Her Majesty."

In other words, 007 is back. The song, titled "Another Way To Die," has White delivering the line about the "blinger," to which Keys warbles, "Another one with the golden tongue poisoning your fantasy."

For more of the song preview, listen here:

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Princes William & Harry to Join James Bond

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Princes William & Harry to Join James Bond

Originally posted 08/06/2008 08:30AM

Princes William and Harry are ready to stand shoulder to shoulder with another famous countryman of theirs: James Bond.

The two will join leading man Daniel Craig and other stars of Quantum of Solace for the film's world premiere Oct. 29 in London, the producers of the 007 series announced Wednesday.

Per the princes' request, proceeds from the event will go to benefit two charities: Help for Heroes, which aids wounded servicemen and women, and the Royal British Legion, which provides support to the serving and ex-Service community and their families.

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James Bond's Aston Martin Looks Like 'Giant, Black, Wet Sock' | Daniel Craig

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James Bond's Aston Martin Looks Like 'Giant, Black, Wet Sock'

Originally posted 04/21/2008 10:05AM

A stunt man working on the latest James Bond movie accidentally drove the secret agent's prized automobile into an Italian lake Sunday.

The Aston Martin DBS was totaled at dawn during heavy rain alongside northern Italy's Lake Garda, with the car plowing off the road and plunging about 30 feet to the water's surface.

"The car skidded, broke through the guard rail and ended up in the water. It floated almost a minute and then went straight down," a local barman told reporters.

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Daniel Craig Hurts from 007 Stuntwork | Daniel Craig

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Daniel Craig Hurts from 007 Stuntwork

Originally posted 03/20/2008 05:00PM

Daniel Craig can already feel the new James Bond movie.

"They've started to hurt," the blond Bond, 40, tells Extra about the aches related to his stuntwork on Quantum of Solace, due to open this fall.

"I can only gauge it by how much pain I'm in, and I think we're doing pretty good," he says.

As for the name of the movie (the 007 series long ago went through the entire list of Bond creator Ian Fleming's list of titles), Craig says, "I'm very happy with it. It came from an Ian Fleming short story. It encapsulates what the movie is at heart and a lot more which I can't give any away."

He does reveal something about the newest Bond girl, Ukrainian-model-turned-actress Olga Kurylenko. Her character, says Craig, is "very driven. She has her own mission in the movie and, of course, she comes across Bond. They are opponents and then they have to work together. She's very feisty."
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