Daniel Craig reflects on his final Bond role in ‘No Time to Die’
“It’s going to take me 15 years to unpack it all I think,” Craig told me. “I’ve had so many incredible experiences. … I’ll need to think about them. I’m just massively grateful and fortunate to have had such a wonderful experience.”
The latest film is action packed and in theaters.
“Maid” is currently streaming on Netflix.
Drawing on a new generation of voices, the six-part series includes interviews from those who were close to her and offers a fresh take on the royal.
“Diana” debuts on CNN Sunday.
Two things to listen to
From his 2012 win on “The X Factor,” James Arthur rose to international acclaim. Now, he’s releasing his fourth album.
“It’ll All Make Sense in the End” comes after Arthur had some rough times, including a battle with crippling anxiety and a controversy over lyrics criticized as homophobic that derailed his career.
“With the pandemic, and being isolated, I suffered (because of his anxiety),” he said. “In the end it forced me to do what I loved doing, which is make music. And to try to put that anxiety into songwriting.”
The new album drops Friday.
The case hasn’t even been solved yet, but a podcast waits for no one.
One thing to talk about
The wait for new music from Adele has felt like forever (really only six years since her last album, “25,” was released), and now there is reason to rejoice.
Adele is one of the few artists who has consistently been able to disappear from the music scene and return with a project that makes us love her even more. We are ready to listen and feel all our feelings, Adele!
Also, Rihanna, if you are reading this: It’s your move, Boo.
Something to sip on
But what about the older ones?
The obsession with youth and looking good in our culture has intensified thanks to social media. But, at the end of the day, we all have to find the beauty within.