A trio of Bond girls, including new Miss Moneypenny Naomie Harris, turned out to launch a 007 exhibition in London on Tuesday (18Mar14). Harris, who was unveiled as the latest incarnation of Moneypenny in 2012's Skyfall, launched the Bond in Motion show at the London Film Museum along with The Living Daylights star Maryam d'Abo and Casino Royale's Caterina Murino.
Bond producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli also turned out for the opening of the exhibition, which features some of the most famous cars from the spy franchise, including a vintage Rolls-Royce from Goldfinger and an Aston Martin DBS from Quantum of Solace.
The exhibition opens to the public on 21 March (14).
Actor Daniel Craig's upcoming turn as James Bond in Casino Royale will prove his critics wrong, according to his co-star Caterina Murino.
Murino, who plays love interest Solange in the new movie, is convinced Craig makes a wonderful Bond and will make a lasting impression on audiences when Casino Royale is released in November.
The Italian actress says, "He's a great actor. Casino Royale is the first book Ian Fleming wrote and it means we see how James Bond became James Bond.
"Daniel is giving to this James Bond something else we never saw before.
"When he's going to kill someone, he looks like a real killer, when he kisses me, when he makes love, he's so sexy. You never saw a James Bond like this.
"This James Bond doesn't look like a little cartoon like before, like the last one, or so charming and playful like the first James Bond. This is new."
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