Photo: Casino Royale (2006)
Bond, James Bond
When I was younger, I admit I was never much of a James Bond fan. I always thought the movies were over hyped, and didn’t understand why people found them interesting. It started when I watched one of the earlier ones with Sean Connery. I could only watch halfway through it, before I switched it off as I found it a tad dull. One minute he was in one country, you blink and he would be somewhere else. I always waited for something to happen, but nothing rarely did. I guess for that time, the movies were pretty amazing, but I could never get into them. That was until 2006 when I went to the cinema with my gran to see Casino Royale. At first I was wary as I remembered my earlier experiences with one of Connery’s films, but from the moment it started, I could tell it was going to be much different. From the opening credits, to the action, and the heartache, at the end I came out and was surprised by how much I enjoyed it.
Photo Credit: Robin Holland
There is just so much I love about this photo. It has to be one of my many favourites of Judi. It captivates her beauty, and her eyes are just simply a gorgeous shade of blue.
Photo Credit: Perou
I know this is an older interview that was published by ‘The Times Magazine’ on September 24 2016, but there is just so many gorgeous pictures of her that were taken by Perou for this article.
The article’s content written by Deborah Ross can be read under the cut, or on ‘The Times’ website.
Judi Dench as Miss Avocet | Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children | 2016
She’s as close to royalty as we peculiars have. They tried for fifty years to elect her leader of the Council of Ymbrynes, but she would never give up teaching at the academy she and Miss Bunting founded. Today there’s not an ymbryne worth her wings who didn’t pass under Miss Avocet’s tutelage at one time, myself included!
A little photo edit I made of Miss Avocet. I am so looking forward to seeing this movie when it comes out.