We are now a little over seven weeks away from the U.S. release of the 25th official James Bond movie, No Time to Die. As a lead up to Daniel Craig‘s final outing in the role, we’ve teamed with the Austin Revolution Film Festival’s Movie Bark podcast for a countdown of 007’s cinematic adventures. In this latest episode, host James Christopher and I discussed Australian model-turned-actor George Lazenby‘s lone time at bat as Bond in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969), as well as the iconic Roger Moore‘s first three outings: Live and Let Die (1973), The Man with the Golden Gun (1974), and The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)…
00:00 – Intro
05:44 – Oscars
16:40 – Bond Countdown
36:37 – Binge Worthy with Carlo Rodriguez
56:12 – Filmmaker of the Week: R.J. Nevens
1:20:56 – The 3rd Rail & Closing
This week’s episode of Movie Bark begins with a discussion about this year’s Oscars ceremony and results with filmmaker Cedric Thomas Smith. Jumping past the 00-chat, things continue with the latest installment of “Binge Worthy”, where James and Carlo Rodriguez talk all things “Battlestar Galactica“. Things then slide over to an interview with R.J. Nevens about his new short film, Walking Point. James Christopher then wraps things up with an important message about the pitfalls of filmmakers casting their friends, instead of actors.
In a couple weeks, we will be discussing the remainder of Roger Moore’s tenure as Bond, from 1979’s Moonraker to 1985’s A View to a Kill. Don’t forget to subscribe to Movie Bark wherever you listen to podcasts, as well as give the show a ‘like’ and a follow on Facebook! Get to it!