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Originally posted 06/25/2011 09:45PM
After a short, quiet courtship, Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz have pulled off a near-impossibility in Hollywood: A secret wedding!
A rep for Weisz confirms to PEOPLE that the actress has wed the James Bond actor.
As the Daily Mail first reported, the couple married in front of just four people in New York last Wednesday.
Originally posted 06/01/2011 11:15AM
Originally posted 03/30/2011 10:45AM
It's official: Angelina Jolie has signed to star as Egypt's beloved Queen Cleopatra. So, the question is: Who will be her Marc Antony?
Keep in mind that unlike the 1963 Elizabeth Taylor version, the forthcoming Scott Rudin production will focus less on Cleopatra's seductive powers in the bedroom and more on her shrewd appetite for business and politics.
So who should fill Marc Antony's gladiator sandals? We've got a few good men in mind.
Originally posted 01/11/2011 06:45PM
Daniel Craig will be back to shaking martinis soon.
The actor will reprise his role for the third time as British spy James Bond in the 23rd flick in the popular franchise, which is set for release on Nov. 9, 2012, according to reports. Production had been placed on hold while the parent studio, MGM, underwent new financing.
Craig, 42, first slipped into the iconic role with Casino Royale in 2006, then acted another day on the next one, Quantum of Solace.
Originally posted 12/27/2010 07:00AM
There was nothing secret about Rachel Weisz stepping out with James Bond actor Daniel Craig over the holiday.
After her recent split from her fiancé Darren Aronofsky, Weisz and Craig spent Christmas together. Photos first published in Britain's News of the World show the couple walking hand-in-hand in the snowy countryside of Dorset in southwestern England and entering a small, Edwardian-style pub together.
Originally posted 07/27/2010 08:25AM
From the well-tailored secret agent James Bond to the grubby journalist Mikael Blomkvist, Daniel Craig certainly has range.
Entertainment Weekly confirms that Craig, 42, has signed to play the lead in the American adaptation of Stieg Larsson's best-selling mystery novel The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, to be released Dec. 21, 2011, and followed by two other movies based on Larsson's Millennium trilogy.
Filming will take place in Sweden, David Fincher (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button) will direct, and Scott Rudin will produce. So far, no one has been cast in the role of Lisbeth Salander, though Ellen Page, Mia Wasikowska and Rooney Mara have been mentioned.
Originally posted 10/21/2009 08:10AM
If you want to break the box office, you get an A-list star – and Broadway's learning that that's as true in theater as it is on the silver screen.
With movie stars on the marquees of its plays, Broadway is seeing one of its best fall seasons in recent years, selling $21.1 million from Oct. 12 to 18, according to The New York Times.
A Steady Rain has grossed over $1 million, thanks to stars Daniel Craig and Hugh Jackman. Meanwhile, Shakespeare is hot as never before, with Jude Law raking in $904,914 last week, bringing total box office receipts for Broadway to $21.1 million for the week of Oct. 12 to 18.
Originally posted 09/30/2009 08:30AM
The applause you're hearing on the Great White Way is for the way Hugh Jackman and Daniel Craig handled an obnoxious cell-phone user in the middle of their sold-out play, A Steady Rain – now one of the hottest tickets on Broadway.
But the clapping for the play itself isn't nearly as passionate.
"It all comes across like an elongated pitch meeting for an over caffeinated buddy-cop movie that might be directed by Sidney Lumet or Martin Scorsese," writes Reuters critic Frank Scheck.
Originally posted 07/13/2009 10:15AM
Broadway, here they come! Daniel Craig will make his Broadway debut this fall, when he teams up with stage veteran (and PEOPLE's Sexiest Man) Hugh Jackman in September for the play A Steady Rain. Jude Law will also hit the Great White Way that month and star in Hamlet, while T.R. Knight is set to star in a revival of playwright Ken Ludwig's 1989 farce, Lend Me a Tenor, early next year.
Originally posted 05/05/2009 09:45AM
Heard the one about the frog and the prince? Well, make that a frog and three princes ... but this is no fairytale.
Prince William and Prince Harry have joined their dad, Prince Charles in cameo performances in an online video to highlight Charles's fight to save the rainforests as part of the Prince's Rainforest Project.
In the 90-second film, which goes live on several Web sites at 1 p.m. EST Tuesday, the young princes are joined by a digitally-created frog and a few real-life stars: Harrison Ford, Daniel Craig, Robin Williams, the Dalai Lama, soccer legend Pele and singer Joss Stone.
In the short clip, William, 26, and Harry, 24, are shown sitting together discussing their fight to save the environment "for all of us," as they raise awareness of the Prince's Rainforest Project.
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