Denise Richards wraps 007 50th anniversary photoshoot

Bond News - 17-09-12
Bond girl Denise Richards, who played Dr. Christmas Jones in the 1999 adventure "The World Is Not Enough", has just completed a photoshoot to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the film franchise. Denise tweeted some behind the scenes shots to her fans on Twittter.

It has not yet been announced which other Bond Girls will feature in the special.







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Earlier Story: HMSS blog celebrates Dr No's 50th anniversary

Later Story: The first Bond movie was shown on US television 40 years ago today

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