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Bond star Judi Dench joked when introducing the item on Friday, October 5 auction, 'All I'm going to tell you is they're unwashed'.
She recalled the talk between her and the producers of 'Casino Royale', saying she told them she wanted the role of James Bond instead.
"Superman Returns" topped the event with taking five honors that included those of Best Fantasy Film, Best Actor, and Best Director.
"Casino Royale", "Ice Age: The Meltdown", and "Severance" each submit their composer in the Best Original Film Score nomination for the 52nd annual Ivor Novello Awards.
"Casino Royale" was selected the Best Film with stars Daniel Craig and Eva Green taking home an honor each.
"Superman Returns" dominates the film categories with ten nominations, notably that in Best Fantasy Film.
"Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" scored most with six prizes altogether, including for Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects Driven Motion Picture.
"United 93" was named the Best Film with Daniel Craig and Judi Dench being crowned Best Actor and Actress, respectively.
"Casino Royale" finally encountered its premiere in China on Monday, January 29, 2007.
DreamWorks is moving forward with its plan to bring Ben Stiller's "Tropic Thunder" into production.
Royal drama "The Queen" scored the most with ten nods followed by "Casino Royale" and "Pan's Labyrinth" with eight and six nominations, respectively.
"Casino Royale" and "The Queen" were considered by RottenTomatoes.com to be their top picks for best-reviewed movies of 2006.