Richard Kiel (Tangled, Jingle all the way and Happy Gilmore) is most well known for his character as Jaws in the James Bond franchise. He was one of the most impressive and unusual Bond Villains in the History of James Bond. He first appeared in The spy who loved me in 1977 as a 7ft 5 inches villain with metal teeth. Not only was he physically strong but his teeth were so powerful that he could bite through cable lines on cable carts.
He would appear again in the following bond film Moonraker in 1979, where he would fall in love and forget his feud with James Bond, an agent for MI6. Keil was scheduled to be playing a main role in an upcoming film The Engagement Ring. He first [...]
Hollywood. Bollywood. Pinewood. These are some of the most successful places for a film to be made, placed in America, India and the UK, all of which have a mainly positive reputation. The British film industry has always been a well perceived one (since the 1930s) and often revolutionary, be it from it’s famous James Bond or Harry Potter to its lesser known ones.
It’s a common misconception that the British film industry only does British films. Recently it has done Gravity, American actors, Mexican writers. Not only that but future blockbusters will be or are being made here, such as the next Star Wars movie or The Avengers 2. There are good [...]