David Bowie: Never-before-seen images

AN ARRAY of previously unseen photographs of the late David Bowie have gone on display in Los Angeles following the music legend’s death from cancer.

The images are being shown at an exhibition from celebrity photographer Markus Klinko, who created the cover for Bowie’s 2002 album Heathen and directed the music video for his 2013 song Valentine’s Day.

Bowie Unseen includes rare pictures of the singer taken during the photo shoot for Heathen in 2001, as well as images of Bowie with wolves, which Klinko created for a 2002 GQ magazine cover.

Klinko explained: “Working with David was one of the best experiences because he knows exactly what he wants. If he gives you the job it’s because he wants your input.

“It’s a collaboration in the best sense of the world because he’s someone who is going to railroad you into a corner where you just have to execute his commands.”

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Adele Teases Her Brand New Music

The 28-year-old thrilled fans today as she confirmed her next single will be ‘Send My Love (To Your Next Lover) via a Tweet

Adele Teases Her Brand New MusicThis song will be the third to be taken from Adele’s hit album ’25’ after the char-topping ‘Hello’ and the beautiful ‘After When We Were Young’.

The singer is currently immersed in her world tour, but managed to film the new music video amongst all her other duties to her many fans and family.

Adele has previously teased details of the upcoming video during her concerts telling the crowds that she even dances in in!

 

Daniel Craig ‘is DONE playing James Bond

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JUST days after bookmakers stopped bets on Tom Hiddleston becoming the next James Bond, Daniel Craig has reportedly told studio bosses he is “done” playing 007.

The actor, who has played the secret agent since 2005, has allegedly earned a total of £38million for the four films he has starred in.

However, insiders now say the 48-year-old has turned down a £68million offer from MGM to return for two more films.

An unnamed LA source told the Daily Mail: “Daniel is done – pure and simple – he told top brass at MGM after Spectre.

“They threw huge amounts of money at him, but it just wasn’t what he wanted.”

They continued: “He had told people after shooting that this would be his final outing, but the film company still felt he could come around after Spectre if he was offered a money deal.”

However, another source told the publication that film executives agreed to let the actor leave after they grew tired of his criticism of the franchise.

Last year Daniel told interviewers he would “rather slash my wrists” than appear in another film.

Rumours of Daniel Craig departure

from the franchise come just days after it was reported bookmakers had suspended betting on Tom Hiddleston becoming the next 007.
Liam Glynn, a representative for Irish bookmakers BoyleSports, said in a press release: “Judging by the gamble on Tom Hiddleston we expect that it’s only a matter of days before he is announced as Daniel Craig’s replacement.”

Speculation that the Night Manager star could become the next Bond began after he appeared in the BBC drama.

Earlier this month, the 35-year-old denied he was in talks to play the spy when he appeared on The Graham Norton Show.

He told the host: “I promise, no one’s talked to me about it.”