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The James Bond boss is brought back from the dead in a campaign to get the Motion Picture Association of America to give the Dench-starring dramedy a more friendly PG-13 rating.
The 'Skyfall' actress plays the titular character, who is aided by a journalist in searching for her long-lost son.
The 2012 BRITs Best British Female winner delivers a sublime performance when singing the ballad epic in front of the crowd flooding the O2 Arena.
Having said that evidence in the death of her husband Jeff Rice 'points towards being poisoned', Sally Blackman adds that Rice's production assistant was also found in critical condition in Uganda.
The behind-the-scene picture sees Dench examining her laptop while director Sam Mendes looks over her shoulder and cinematographer Roger Deakins shoots her from behind his camera.
After sparking concern over her sight for her revelation that she's suffering from a degenerative eye condition, the 'My Week with Marilyn' actress assures that it 'will not lead to blindness.'
The British actress has difficulty reading scripts and requires help from others but she has no intention to stop working.
The Oscar-winning actress will reprise her role as MI6 boss M in the much-anticipated 23rd 007 adventure.
The Oscar winner was handed the Outstanding Achievement honor by Sir Peter Hall at the annual ceremony.
The Gnarls Barkley star was supposed to perform in Britain at the beginning of March, but he is now due to kick off the show on March 26 in Glasgow, Scotland.
Ruling out cosmetic surgery, the 'King's Speech' actress hopes to emulate Dench who has maintained a successful acting career while growing old gracefully.
The 'Bond' actress tops the poll conducted by The Stage, beating out the likes of Ian McKellen and Maggie Smith.
'I didn't have a clue what was going on. I just did my bit, as I was told,' the depicter of M in the Bond movie says about the storyline.
Judi Dench joins a campaign to stop London's officials from having a huge screen in London's Park for soccer fans to watch the World Cup since it will disrupt Open Air Theater's summer shows.