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Category

TV Series

Genre

Drama

Director :

Mat Whitecross

Starring :

Dominic Cooper, Lara Pulver, Annabelle Wallis, Samuel West, Anna Chancellor, Rupert Evans, Lesley Manville, Pip Torrens, Camilla Rutherford

New 'Fleming' Sneak Peek: Dominic Cooper Is Recruited by Naval Intelligence

January 27, 2014 03:01:20

A backstory of James Bond's creation on "" has been previewed in a new sneak peek. The newly-released clip sees Dominic Cooper's Ian Fleming being interrogated by Admiral John Godfrey (Samuel Wes), Director of Naval Intelligence, who thinks Fleming has a potential to be their spy.

The four-part drama depicts Fleming as a charming and sophisticated maverick, whose pleasure-seeking life was turned around by WWII and led to the creation of the greatest spy the world has ever known.

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First Look at Dominic Cooper as Ian Fleming via Photos and Teaser Trailer

July 02, 2013 02:07:22

How will look like in his portrayal of Ian Fleming on BBC America's "" has been unveiled in form of photos and a teaser trailer. Cooper, as the author of James Bond novels, is featured with a woman in bed in one of the pictures and dancing with Lara Pulver, who plays Ann, in another image.

The video, meanwhile, sees Cooper's Fleming pointing his gun at something unseen in the dark. It additionally describes the real-life figure as a "playboy," "gambler" and "spy," which are exactly the characteristics of the famous 007 agent, Bond, which Fleming created.

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Dominic Cooper to Play James Bond Author Ian Fleming in Miniseries

January 18, 2013 12:01:32

The life of James Bond creator Ian Fleming will get highlighted in a BBC America miniseries. The show has found an actor to tackle the lead role, tapping British actor to play the author.

Aptly titled "", the four-part drama will reenact Fleming's days during WWII. At that time, the maverick and hedonistic Fleming was hired by British Naval Intelligence as part of its undercover campaign against the Nazis.

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