Irish actor Andrew Scott  will play the character of Denbigh - a Whitehall boss - in the new James Bond film, Spectre. He won’t be playing a villain, as many had initially expected.  Photograph: Facundo Arrizabalaga/EPA 2:30

Irish actor Andrew Scott is to star in the new James Bond film, Spectre. Details of Spectre were announced on Thursday at Pinewood Studios, outside Lo(...)

The new Aston Martin DB10: it’s the continuation of a 50-year association between Bond and Aston on screen

Aston Martin has taken the covers off of its new model, called the DB10. Those assuming that, as one number follows another, this is the replacement f(...)

In documents declassified at the National Archives on October 24th, 2014, an agent codenamed Jack King is revealed to in fact be Eric Roberts, who until the summer of 1940 was working at the Euston Road branch of the Westminster bank.

The World War II spy who fooled British Nazis into believing he was a Gestapo agent and persuaded them to work for him has been named as a London bank(...)

The Irish version of the 1962 cinema poster for the first James Bond film, Dr No, which  was censored by having a black dress “painted” on to Ursula Andress to hide her bikini.

The cinema poster for the first James Bond film, Dr No , was censored in Ireland because the(...)

James Bond films are a staple of Christmas television. I thought I had seen them all until my son tuned in to Quantum of Solace over the festive perio(...)

Author William Boyd holding his new James Bond novel, Solo, in front of a Jensen FF outside the Dorchester hotel in London. Photograph: Philip Toscano/PA Wire

In Solo, the new James Bond novel, the spy observes a beautiful woman wearing a catsuit as they both occupy a slowly descending lift in the Dorchester(...)

“Are Toby and Giles spies?” asks the narrator early on in John le Carré’s (...)