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    Eager fans have been patiently waiting for news about the next James Bond movie after Daniel Craig's last hurrah as 007 arrived on screens in September. But Barbara Broccoli has now told patient fans they could still be waiting some time  for the 26th Eon film as shooting for the next epic is 'at least two years away'. The producer, 62, who creates the Bond franchise with her half-brother Michael G. Wilson, said they are still trying to cast Daniel's successor and are in no rush to do so. What next? Eager fans have been patiently waiting for news on the next James Bond movie after Daniel Craig's last instalment as 007 arrived on screens in September Speaking at a dinner where she and screenwriter Michael, 80, were awarded BFI fellowships, Barbara also hinted at some major changes to the character as she said they are 'reinventing' the MI6 agent. According to the Daily Mail's Richard Eden, she teased: 'I'd say that filming is at least two years away. It's a reinvention of Bond.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    Barbara Broccoli and her fellow James Bond producer Michael G. Wilson were both awarded CBEs at Buckingham palace on Friday. The sibling duo, who own production company EON Productions, have produced the last nine 007 films - including Casino Royale, Quantum Of Solace, Skyfall, Spectre and No Time To Die. The pair received their CBE's from the Duke Of Cambridge, after being included in the 2022 New Years' Honours List. Honour: James Bond producer Barbara Broccoli (pictured in March) was honoured a CBE at Buckingham Palace on Friday alongside brother Michael G. Wilson It comes after Barbara and Michael were previously honoured with OBEs in 2008, with them now holding the highest ranking Order of the British Empire - excluding a knighthood or damehood. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Clean-living Pete Doherty takes to the stage at Glastonbury... Elizabeth Hurley, 57, puts on a busty display in a plunging... Sir Paul McCartney,  80, will play a secret Glastonbury set... 'This is a life highlight!': Georgia Toffolo dons a 1970s... Share this article...
    A Santa Barbara County judge on Tuesday dismissed charges against Hollywood producer David Guillod, who was accused of sexually assaulting actress Jessica Barth and a waitress. The prosecutor said she had no choice but to drop the cases and refer them back to Los Angeles County after she could not prove that four other victims were attacked in her jurisdiction. The Santa Barbara County district attorney’s office announced the decision to drop the charges involving two victims in a Santa Maria court. The decision came a few weeks after a judge in Santa Maria, at the conclusion of a preliminary hearing, found there was insufficient evidence to try Guillod on sexual assault and rape charges involving four victims in Santa Barbara County between 2014 and 2020. That same judge, however, found sufficient evidence to support a trial on eight sexual assault charges in connection with a 2012 attack on “Ted” actress Barth and a 2018 incident with the unidentified Los Angeles waitress, who said she was raped and sodomized. But on Tuesday, the Santa Barbara County prosecutor handling...
    'The name's Bond. James Bond. Pronouns: Them/they.' He may be an enduring symbol of masculinity, but Britain's most famous spy could identify as 'non-binary' in future, 007's producer has revealed. Barbara Broccoli has poured cold water on suggestions the role could go to a woman… but in a new interview, she conceded a future Bond could be 'non-binary' – someone who considers themselves neither male or female, and usually prefers to be referred to as 'they' rather than 'he' or 'she'. Speaking to the Girls On Film podcast, Ms Broccoli talked about the hunt to replace Daniel Craig who is stepping down from the role after No Time To Die. He may be a symbol of masculinity, but Britain's famous spy could identify as 'non-binary' in future, 007's producer Barbara Broccoli has revealed. Pictured: Daniel Craig in No Time To Die Barbara Broccoli (pictured), who controls the 007 franchise through her Eon Production company, also said the next Bond might not be white RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next First edition of Harry Potter And The Philosopher's...
    Barbara Broccoli has promised that James Bond 'will be back.' The 007 producer admits that franchise bosses aren't yet sure how the legendary spy will return following Daniel Craig's swan song in No Time To Die but has promised audiences that Bond will make a comeback in some shape or form. Speaking at Deadline's Contenders Film: New York event over the weekend, Barbara said: 'We'll figure that one out, but he will be back. You can rest assured James Bond will be back.' Comeback: 007 producer Barbara Broccoli, 61, has promised that James Bond 'will be back' while speaking at Deadline's Contenders Film: New York event over the weekend. Broccoli was seen in London on Friday  The latest movie in the long-running spy franchise was delayed three times due to the coronavirus crisis but has still managed to become the biggest Hollywood title of 2021 and Barbara felt it was essential that the film was watched on the big screen. The 61-year-old producer said: 'What was so important to us was that this film be shown in the cinemas because it has...
    Listen to this episode of The Times: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts The Black Panther Party, a Black power political organization, was founded exactly 55 years ago in California’s Bay Area and grew into a nationwide group that pushed for housing, food equity, education and self-protection. Several famous figures emerged from the group, including Eldridge Cleaver, Angela Davis and Huey P. Newton. But history often overlooks those who do not serve in dynamic roles or who perform tasks away from public view. These people do the thankless but crucial work that keeps organizations running. Barbara Easley-Cox was one of these people. Today, Easley-Cox recounts what she experienced as a Black Panther, from California to Algeria to North Korea and beyond. Host: L.A. Times podcast producer Ashlea Brown Guests: Barbara Easley-Cox More reading: Decades before Black Lives Matter, there were the Black Panthers in Oakland Opinion: 1969 SWAT raid on Black Panthers set the tone for police race problems Bobby Seale, Eldridge Cleaver tell Cal State Fullerton audience about militancy, civil rights work About The Times “The...
    Bond producer Barbara Broccoli has said she believes 007 will always be a male character. The head of Eon Productions, who signs off on every key hiring and firing in the franchise, said she will be discussing who will take over the role from Daniel Craig next year - and that it will be a man. She told the PA news agency: 'James Bond is a male character. I hope that there will be many, many films made with women, for women, by women, about women. 'James Bond is a male character!' Bond producer Barbara Broccoli has said she believes 007 will always be a male character 'I don't think we have to take a male character and have a woman portray him. So yes, I see him as male.' She also admitted she hasn't faced the fact that current Bond Craig - who will not play the part any longer, following the latest film No Time To Die - is stepping down. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'She's something we've never seen before': No Time To Die's......
    David Guillod, a producer for “Extraction" and “Atomic Blonde," was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of sexual assault just months after being charged with drugging and assaulting women, California authorities said. Guillod, 53, was taken into custody at his home in the Sherman Oaks area of Los Angeles after a woman told police on Oct. 21 that he had sexually assaulted her during an evening meeting, according to a police statement. As of Thursday morning, Guillod remains jailed on $5 million bail. Guillod’s defense attorney, Philip Cohen, confirmed to the Los Angeles Times that his client had been arrested but could not offer further details. DAVID GUILLOD, 'EXTRACTION' AND 'ATOMIC BLONDE' PRODUCER, FACES 11 SEX CRIME CHARGES, INCLUDING KIDNAP FOR RAPE Pollice say David Guillod, 53, was taken into custody at his home in the Sherman Oaks area of Los Angeles after a woman told police on Oct. 21 that he had sexually assaulted her during an evening meeting. (Santa Barbara County Sheriff's) Guillod was out on bail after surrendering in June to authorities in Santa Barbara, northwest of Los Angeles. The Santa...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Extraction" and “Atomic Blonde" producer David Guillod was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of sexual assault only months after being charged with drugging and assaulting women in Santa Barbara, authorities said. Guillod, 53, was taken into custody at his home in the Sherman Oaks area of Los Angeles after a woman told police on Oct. 21 that he had sexually assaulted her during an evening meeting, according to a police statement. Guillod remained jailed on $5 million bail. Guillod’s defense attorney, Philip Cohen, confirmed to the Los Angeles Times that his client had been arrested but could not offer further details. Guillod was out on bail after surrendering in June to authorities in Santa Barbara, northwest of Los Angeles. The Santa Barbara County district attorney's office has charged him with 11 felony counts involving four women, one of them a former assistant. The charges include rape, kidnap and rape of a drugged victim. Prosecutors contend that he attacked the women in 2012, 2014 and 2015. Guillod has denied those allegations. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved....
    A Hollywood producer was arrested on suspicion of sexual assault on Wednesday — four months after he was charged with drugging, kidnapping and raping four women, police said. David Guillod — who produced Charlize Theron’s “Atomic Blonde” and Netflix’s “Extraction” starring Chris Hemsworth — is accused of sexually assaulting a woman during an “evening meeting” on Oct. 21, the Los Angeles Police Department said. Guillod, 53, was out on bail at the time, on prior sexual assault charges tied to four alleged attacks that occurred between 2012 and 2015 in Santa Barbara and Los Angeles counties. The tinsel town exec stepped down as chief executive of Primal Wave Entertainment in 2017 shortly after “Ted” actress Jessica Barth publicly accused him of raping her five years earlier. She’s one of the four victims whose cases are being pursued by the Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s Office. Guillod faces up to 21 years in prison if convicted of 11 felony charges, which include rape, kidnap for rape and rape of a drugged victim, prosecutors have said. He was nabbed at his...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Extraction” and “Atomic Blonde” producer David Guillod was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of sexual assault only months after being charged with drugging and assaulting women in Santa Barbara, authorities said. Guillod, 53, was taken into custody at his home in the Sherman Oaks area of Los Angeles after a woman told police on Oct. 21 that he had sexually assaulted her during an evening meeting, according to a police statement. Guillod remained jailed on $5 million bail. Guillod’s defense attorney, Philip Cohen, confirmed to the Los Angeles Times that his client had been arrested but could not offer further details. Guillod was out on bail after surrendering in June to authorities in Santa Barbara, northwest of Los Angeles. The Santa Barbara County district attorney’s office has charged him with 11 felony counts involving four women, one of them a former assistant. The charges include rape, kidnap and rape of a drugged victim. Prosecutors contend that he attacked the women in 2012, 2014 and 2015. Guillod has denied those allegations. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press....
    SHERMAN OAKS, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Hollywood producer David Guillod was arrested Wednesday at his Sherman Oaks home on suspicion of sexually assaulting a woman while he was out on bail for prior sexual assault allegations, according to police.Guillod is accused of sexually assaulting a woman during an "evening meeting" on Oct. 21, according to a news release from Los Angeles police.The 53-year-old was taken into custody without incident after police conducted a search and arrest warrant at his home. He was arrested and booked at the Metropolitan Detention Center and is being held on $5 million bail, LAPD said.Guillod, executive producer of the Netflix release "Extraction"' and the 2017 film "Atomic Blonde,'' was out on bail for sexual assault allegations the Santa Barbara County District Attorney's Office is prosecuting.Guillod surrendered to Santa Barbara County authorities in June after being charged with 11 felonies, including rape, kidnap to commit rape and rape of a drugged victim.The charges are connected to four alleged attacks that occurred in May 2012, December 2014 and January 2015.City News Service contributed to this report.The video...
    SHERMAN OAKS (CBSLA) — Entertainment executive and producer David Guillod was arrested Wednesday at his Sherman Oaks home on suspicion of sexual assault. FILE: David Guillod was arrested Wednesday at his Sherman Oaks home on suspicion of sexual assault. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images) The 53-year-old was arrested and booked at the Metropolitan Detention Center in downtown Los Angeles after detectives conducted a search and arrest warrant at his home. According to the Los Angeles Police Department, an unidentified woman alleged that Guillod sexually assaulted her during an “evening meeting” on Oct. 21. Guillod was out on bail for sexual assault allegations the Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s Office is prosecuting. He previously surrendered himself to San Barbara County authorities on June 22 after being charged with 11 felony charges — including rape, kidnap to commit rape and rape of a drugged woman. Those charges are connected to four alleged attacks that occurred in May 2012, December 2014 and January 2015. Guillod is best known for producing 2017’s “Atomic Blonde,” starring Charlize Theron, as well as Netflix’s “Extraction,” starring...
    Hollywood producer David Guillod was arrested on suspicion of sexual assault at his Sherman Oaks home Wednesday, just four months after he was charged with multiple counts of rape and kidnapping in Santa Barbara, sources said. Guillod was accused of sexually assaulting a woman during an “evening meeting,” according to a news release issued by the Los Angeles Police Department late Wednesday night. Jail records show Guillod was taken into custody shortly before 9 a.m. The LAPD arrested him after a search of his home. Guillod, 53, surrendered to authorities in Santa Barbara in June and was charged with rape, kidnap to commit rape and rape of a drugged victim in connection with four alleged attacks that occurred between 2012 and 2015. Guillod’s defense attorney, Phillip Cohen, confirmed his client had been arrested but could not offer further details. The producer of the movies “Atomic Blonde” and Netflix’s “Extraction,” Guillod ran the talent agency Primary Wave Entertainment until 2017, when actress Jessica Barth accused him of drugging and sexually assaulting her five years earlier. Barth...
    A Santa Barbara County judge reduced the bail for a Hollywood producer accused of raping four women from $3 million to $1 million Tuesday, after his lawyer argued he knew of some of the allegations for many years but never fled. David Guillod, 53, did not enter a plea during the hearing in a Santa Barbara court to charges that include 11 felony counts of rape, kidnap to commit rape and rape of a drugged victim in connection with four alleged attacks in May 2012, December 2014 and January 2015. Philip Cohen, Guillod’s lawyer, argued in a motion that prosecutors initially filed charges on June 12 with an arrest warrant of $1 million but upped the bail to $3 million when the producer and talent manager surrendered to detectives at Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s headquarters Monday. His legal team said Guillod would post the $1 million bond. The producer of the movies “Atomic Blonde” and Netflix’s “Extraction” ran Primary Wave Entertainment, a talent agency, until 2017, when actress Jessica Barth, a leading voice in the #MeToo movement, accused him...
    LOS ANGELES (CNS) -- Hollywood talent manager and producer David Guillod surrendered on Monday to Santa Barbara County authorities to face 11 felony counts related to the alleged rape or sexual assault of four women while drugged and unconscious in Santa Barbara and Los Angeles.Guillod -- executive producer of the Netflix release "Extraction"' and the 2017 film "Atomic Blonde,'' among others -- is charged with raping three women and sexually assaulting another woman in multiple ways. Each of the four were allegedly drugged, unconscious and unable to resist.The alleged attacks, which also prompted a kidnap for rape charge, took place in May 2012, December 2014 and January 2015, according to the criminal complaint. Two women were allegedly assaulted on either January 30 or 31, 2015, according to the document.The four Jane Does ranged in age from 22 to 33 and three of the four alleged attacks took place in Los Angeles County, where the District Attorney's Office gave its consent to have the eight related felony charges filed in Santa Barbara."Since March of 2018, the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office...
    (AFP) – A Hollywood producer and talent manager has been charged with multiple counts of rape, sexual assault and kidnap of four women in California, prosecutors said Monday. David Guillod, an executive producer on “Atomic Blonde” and “Extraction,” is the latest Hollywood mogul to be swept up in the #MeToo movement, which led to Harvey Weinstein’s 23-year jail sentence for rape and sexual assault in March. Guillod surrendered to police Monday morning in Santa Barbara, near Los Angeles, accompanied by his attorney. He faces a total of 11 felony charges for the incidents spanning back to 2012, and a maximum sentence of 21 years to life in prison, Santa Barbara prosecutors said. Guillod, 53, denies all the charges, his lawyer said. “Mr Guillod has been vilified for eight years without being afforded the opportunity to examine under oath his accusers,” said Philip Cohen in a statement to AFP. “Justice is rarely swift and often does not come easy; but Mr Guillod very much looks forward to clearing his name in the appropriate forum.” Santa Barbara prosecutors did not name the...
    Hollywood producer David Guillod has been arrested for allegedly committing 11 sex crimes, including rape and kidnap to rape, Fox News can confirm. The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office in California confirmed in a press release obtained by Fox News that David Guillod, 53, of Sherman Oaks, Calif., turned himself in to the sheriff's headquarters on Monday following the department's issuance of a warrant for his arrest. Guillod, who served as executive producer of the 2020 film "Extraction" and the 2017 movie "Atomic Blonde," among others, was booked on 11 felony charges, the release states. MORE THAN 120 LARRY NASSAR VICTIMS DEMAND DOJ RELEASE FULL REPORT OF FBI HANDLING OF CASE (Santa Barbara County Sheriff's) "This arrest is the culmination of an extensive investigation that began in 2017," the Santa Barbara County Sherriff's press release reads. The release states that Guillod was booked at the Santa Barbara County Jail on Monday for the charges of "kidnap for rape; rape of a person prevented from resisting due to an intoxicating, anesthetic or controlled substance; rape of unconscious person; sexual penetration of an intoxicated...
    A Hollywood producer was busted this week on multiple charges of drugging, kidnapping and raping four women — including two over the same 48-period, authorities have announced. David Guillod, 53, had stepped down as chief executive of Primal Wave Entertainment in 2017 shortly after “Ted” actress Jessica Barth publicly accused him of rape. It helped spark “extensive investigations” leading to the charges Monday, Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s Office said. Guillod — who produced Charlize Theron’s “Atomic Blonde” and Netflix’s “Extraction,” starring Chris Hemsworth — was accompanied by his lawyer when he turned himself in Monday, the Los Angles Times said. He faces up to 21 years in prison if convicted of the 11 felony charges, which include rape, kidnap for rape and rape of a drugged victim, prosecutors said. Officials did not identify the four women accusing him of the sex attacks in May 2012, December 2014 and January 2015. Jane Does 3 and 4 were both attacked between Jan. 30 and 31 in 2015, the charges claim. David GuillodSanta Barbara County Sheriff’s Office The 2014 incident is over...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Hollywood producer and talent manager David Guillod surrendered Monday to authorities in Santa Barbara County after being charged with the rape or sexual assault of four women. Guillod — executive producer of the Netflix film “Extraction” and the 2017 film “Atomic Blonde”  — is facing 11 felony charges, including rape, kidnap to commit rape and rape of a drugged victim in connection with four alleged attacks. According to the Santa Barbara District Attorney’s Office, the first alleged rape happened on or about Dec. 14, 2014 in Santa Barbara. The second alleged sexual assault happened on or about May 21, 2012 in Los Angeles. The third and fourth alleged sexual assaults happened between Jan. 30-31, 2015, both in Los Angeles. “Charges were filed after extensive investigations were conducted by the Santa Barbra County Sheriff’s Department and the Los Angeles Police Department, while working in conjunction with the District Attorneys of Santa Barbara County and Los Angeles County,” the D.A.’s office said in a release. Guillod stepped down as chief executive of Primal Wave Entertainment in 2018 after...
    Hollywood producer David Guillod surrendered to authorities in Santa Barbara County on Monday after a three-year investigation culminated in him being charged with the rape or sexual assault of three women. Guillod, a high-profile Hollywood talent manager, is facing 11 felony charges, including rape, kidnap to commit rape and rape of a drugged victim in connection with three alleged attacks in May 2012, December 2014 and January 2015. The producer of the movies “Atomic Blonde” and Netflix’s “Extraction” was accompanied by his lawyer when he turned himself in to Santa Barbara sheriff’s investigators Monday. Guillod is charged with sexually assaulting a woman in Los Angeles in May 2012. He is also accused of raping an employee for a management firm he operated during a December 2014 wine country retreat in Santa Barbara County. The woman received a $60,000 payment and was required to sign a nondisclosure agreement before leaving the company, according to sources familiar with the allegations. She, however, reported Guillod’s alleged attack to Los Angeles police in 2017 after other women reported being sexually assaulted by him. ...
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