In the new episode of Film Stories with Simon Brew, how the 20th James Bond film pushed things a little too far, and a western with British origins.

Die Another Day was the first 007 movie to heavily lean on CG, and one big sequence hadn’t even been conceived when filming began.

Sharon Stone had movie star clout when The Quick And The Dead got greenlit – and she used it to secure Sam Raimi as director, and at least two of her co-stars.

Stories of both are told in this episode.

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