Director John Glen signs his memoir For My Eyes Only at the Forbidden Planet London Megastore at 1:00pm on Saturday 31st October.
John Glen’s James Bond movies include some of the most acclaimed entries in the entire series. Glen has directed George Lazenby, Roger Moore and Timothy Dalton, and in 1986 supervised Pierce Brosnan’s initial screen test. Glen remains best known, however, for the memorable stunts that became a trademark of his films.
In this candid and detailed memoir, Glen takes the reader inside the world of action filmmaking, revealing the secrets behind some of the most popular movies ever made. The book is illustrated with many rare behind the scenes stills and storyboard illustrations.
John Glen’s association with the James Bond films began in 1969, when he worked on the classic On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. He returned to edit and second unit direct The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) and Moonraker (1979), before assuming directorial control of the series throughout the 1980s. Glen directed five consecutive Bond movies – For Your Eyes Only (1981), Octopussy (1983), A View to a Kill (1985), The Living Daylights (1987) and Licence to Kill (1989), a record that has never been matched.
Forbidden Planet London Megastore
179 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8JR
0207 420 3666
Comedian and cartoonist MIKE CAPOZZOLA and special guest ALAN J. PORTER, author of James Bond: The History of The Illustrated 007, appear with RON EVANS, Cartoon Art Museum board chairman, on Saturday, March 1, 2014 at 7:30 pm for a discussion and slideshow of the James Bond comics and newspaper strips from around the world.
The evening also includes:
-Virtual appearances via SKYPE with Special Guests!
-Sudden and unexpected PRIZES
-Cocktails (yes- it will be THAT drink- and you can order it using any accent you want)
Special thanks to the St. Regis Hotel for partnering with the Cartoon Art museum on this event.
Cocktails by kind donation of Bluecoat, American Dry Gin.
Cartoon Art Museum
655 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Stuntman extraordinaire Vic Armstrong signs on Tuesday June 28th at 7:30 pm.
“Vic, If you learn to talk, I’m in deep trouble.” -Harrison Ford
With accolades like this and a resume that is a virtual list of the best action films of recent times, stuntman, stunt co-ordinator & second unit director Vic Armstrong has been involved in films from You Only Live Twice to the brand new The Amazing Spider-Man.
He’ll be here signing his new book, The True Adventures of the World’s Greatest Stuntman-My Life as Indiana Jones, James Bond, Superman & other Movie Heroes on TUESDAY, JUNE 28th at 7:30 pm.
As an added Larry Edmunds Bookshop special, you can also stay and watch a stunt-acular highlight reel of clips Vic is going to bring from his career. It’s behind the scenes the way few have seen, and it’s only going to happen here.
Where? At the “LARE”!
Larry Edmunds Bookshop
6644 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, 90028
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JAMES BOND AT COMIC CON
George Lazenby, the second movie Bond meets his fans in San Diego this Saturday
George Lazenby, the James Bond from “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service,” will be at San Diego Comic-Con. He will be signing autographs and posing for pictures at the Neat Stuff Collectibles booth #1002 on Saturday, July 24 from noon – 3 PM. Advance tickets to meet this actor and adventurer are $20 and are limited to the first 50 customers. They include an autographed photo and the opportunity to have your picture taken with your own camera with Mr. Lazenby. Advance tix can be ordered through http://lazenbyatcomicocn.captainzorikh.com/index.html (These tickets do not include admission into the convention)
George Lazenby was a successful model before being invited to play the role of Ian Flemming’s super-spy 007. He then signed on to appear in “Game of Death” with Bruce Lee, and went on to do several kung fu action films and “Emmanuelle” TV movies. He also portrayed Clark Kent’s Kryptonian father Jor-El in the TV series “The Adventures of Superboy” and the villain King in “Batman Beyond.”
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