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Couldn't have said it better myself
Also, that photo of Rami Malek is fan-made. It’s impressive, but not real. Meanwhile, Malek was at the Met Gala in New York yesterday. The theme was ‘Notes on Camp’. Beats me what that means. Nonetheless, Malek has a terrifically eccentric fashion sense. I hope Suttirat Larlarb is able to really embrace something more flamboyant with him. Her style is a little more muted.
During the press event, Malek said he’d be flying to London to start filming “next month”. So I assume he’ll be at Pinewood sometime in the next three weeks. I wonder how substantial his role will be…………………..
FYEO if there use The Hildebrand Rarity, Risico as title.
My title sugestion ''Operation Ruthless '' you can also at under this.
It is the 25th year of Goldeneye. Only other reference besides what there did with anouchtment at house that movie make a change to high of people list for years. And mabey there wil be a meeting in a church.
Yes, they're getting a bit click baity aren't they.
When done correctly it could be nice.
I had a bad breakup last year and that comment made me feel better so thank you @Jordo007. One should carry that like hidden scar than an Open wound.well said :)
Does this look like the Folly Ruins that Fukunaga's brother was photographing last week?
It has a very 'True Detective' feel to it...........................
Also, it seems Dali Bensallah is in Jamaica. I feel he's not been discussed enough, probably because he's practically a complete unknown. But he's a very handsome chap, he has that mischievous "bad boy" look about him. I imagine the ladies like him. I hope they give him a cool villain look. What could that be. I say give him a neck tattoo.
Yeah @peter you’re clueless man ; listen to the expert
Re. Dali Bensallah, I'm old fashioned, and I hope he doesn't have a neck tattoo or similar. I just hope he dresses smart/casual like Patrice in SF. Especially if Rami Malek's wardrobe is more flamboyant.
your adorably wrong... I have been on mostly Pete's Diet and I have lost a ton and gained muscle
I'm sure Peter's diet works, but when it comes to gaining or losing weight what matters for 99% of the people is exercising + counting calories (+ MAYBE counting protein intake). Of course, if you are not satisfied with looking like Craig in any of his Bond films and you want to look like a professional bodybuilder, that's when it's time to look into supplements such as creatine. Yes, tons of casuals take creatine. Guess what? They don't need to. I've been working out for years, I know what I'm talking about.
Cooking with Panchito
I doubt everything you have said cause all I am trying to do is have a lean physique and Peter's plan is working for me
Looks like the Goldeneye estate.
The first pic is definitely not of the folly ruins
Is that right? https://smokefreemovies.ucsf.edu/whos-accountable/mpaa
Finally we may see something from her and she looks good
Or maybe she just loves her Louis Vuitton number and wears it at every given opportunity?
Yeah, no I don't think so.
from the link (thank for the link):
May 2007 | After consulting with the Harvard School of Public Health in 2006, the MPAA announces that all smoking will be a factor in its film ratings.
In practice | Of all top-grossing films with smoking released from May 2007 through 2017, 49 percent have been youth-rated (PG or PG-13). The MPAA has assigned a smoking descriptor to only one R-rated film, a limited-release Polish documentary.
(2018): Where the MPAA stands now | The MPAA does not mention "tobacco" or "smoking" anywhere in its official Classification and Ratings Rules, last revised in 2010. Its Advertising Administration Rules (2014) bars distributors only from showing "illegal smoking by minors" in advertising materials. MPAA's web site no longer carries any information about its May 2007 announcement about the ratings treatment of smoking.