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In No Time To Die , Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica. His peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for help. The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.
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I would describe Hero 007 as a medium writer - not too wet, not to dry. The hooded nib is smooth, and works fine on all papers I've tried to pierce with it. I would say that the nibs that were good out of box are surprisingly good. Anthony Horowitz on the other hand, who is currently finishing his third Bond novel, “can’t wait to read [Sherwood’s] take on the 007 section and to find out who the other agents might be”, calling her a “fresh and inspired choice”. The release of new Bond films might come to represent a flagship product in a multimedia entertainment franchise Jaap Verheul Of course, a simple “evolve or die” situation wouldn’t satisfy a legacy as rich as Bond’s, nor a performance as layered as Craig’s. From the moment he got his license to kill, Craig has stood out from his predecessors for being the most bulletproof 007 to ever wear that tuxedo, but also the most vulnerable. His Bond is as sensitive as an exposed nerve, and yet still able to laugh off a direct blow to the testicles from Mads Mikkelsen; he bleeds the same way as the rest of us, but scabs over twice as hard. Connery will always be treasured for giving birth to the character, but it’s Craig who finally allowed him to grow up.
Metro Goldwyn Mayer (MGM) is a leading entertainment company focused on the production and global distribution of film and television content. The company owns one of the world’s deepest libraries of premium film and television content. In addition, MGM has investments in domestic and international television channels and is the majority owner of and distributor for United Artists Media Group (UAMG). For more information, visit www.mgm.com Thriller writer Jonathan Grimwood agrees that the choice of Sherwood is a purposeful move to take the Bond franchise in a new direction. “I think if you go for a novelist in her early 30s for Bond whose debut looked at the impact of the Holocaust on three generations of a family you’re already making a statement,” he says.