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James Bond never plays it safe, unless it comes to his cocktail order!
If you know anything about 007, it's that he always orders a vodka martini. Shaken, not stirred. Which doesn't even make sense.
With the host playing bartender, Bond's orders started out basic, then got more and more ridiculous — we had no idea you could order an "Alligator Handjob!" LOLz!
Watch the video (above) to see Mr. Bond expand his palate!
Ah, the silver screen!
This weekend's box office numbers are coming through, and we are learning more about how Spectre, the Peanuts Movie and new releases like Love The Coopers did over the last several days!
In results that probably shouldn't surprise you,
We're not surprised!
Despite Craig slightly changing his tune, the Brit's Spectre costar Ralph Fiennes defended him while talking to Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live last night!
While talking about Daniel's controversial comments, Fiennes said:
And we have a new champion… at least for now!
According to Box Office Mojo, both Spectre and The Peanuts Movie knocked Matt Damon's flick out of the part in their respective opening weekends from November 6-8!
In fact, Spectre — the Daniel Craig flick — was the biggest winner of them all, taking in
Ellen Pompeo must be afraid of those rabid James Bond fans!
On November 5, Ellen apologized once AGAIN for comments she made about Daniel Craig's announcement that he would rather "slit his wrists' than continue to be a part of the beloved franchise. In response to Daniel's dramatic words, the actress said he needed a "reality check".
Obviously, Craig's fans did NOT like the Grey's Anatomy star's assessment and they quickly went on the attack.
While the mom apologized in face of all the backlash, she's now setting the record straight once and for all, saying:
"Listen, I feel bad about that. That was a morning where I was all caffeine-d up, as I usually am at 7 a.m., and I was…scrolling through my Twitter, and I was seeing all this stuff about the refugees fleeing and drowning in the ocean. And then an article about his comments was in my Twitter feed."
Seems fair enough! We've all had regrettable Twitter moments!
He's sure wrecked a lot of cars!
The Late Show had a special guest on Wednesday when Daniel Craig stopped by to help promote his newest James Bond flick, Spectre, which opens in the U.S. on Friday!
While the actor was on the late night show, Stephen Colbert brought up a problem Craig's character seems to have in all of his movies… 007 just can't help but ruin his amazingly expensive cars.
Well, Daniel had a very good response to that by showing a "clip" from his upcoming movie that helps to address this issue — and by clip, we mean a sketch he had planned with Stephen! LOLz.
Ch-ch-check out James Bond's attempts to keep it together opposite Stephen (below)!!!
Most people in the United States were more concerned with getting their Halloween on this weekend instead of going to see movies, which definitely reflected in the domestic box office!
But things were a little different across the pond in the U.K. — because the early release of the latest James Bond film Spectre has set a new all time box office record for a film released on a Monday!
Ahead of its U.S. release this Friday, the latest 007 adventure has already taken in $80.4 million worldwide!
Spectre also broke opening-day U.K. box office records after taking $9.7 million by Tuesday. Records were also set in Norway, the Netherlands, Finland, and Denmark.
This big opening allowed Bond to take the top spot from another British hero — Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, which earned over $37 million its opening week!
The film, which features Daniel Craig portraying the action hero for the fourth time, has gotten a generally positive response critically and is expected to be a big hit here in the States as well!
We'll see if Spectre can surpass the previous film Skyfall, which was the highest grossing 007 film in the franchise's history — taking in $1.1 billion worldwide!
Go see what all the hype is about when Spectre hits U.S. theaters November 6!
[Image via MGM.]