Amazon Buys Bond

Van Gogh – Art Detective

7:01 A.M. 5/26/21

I sit down before my computer with my cup of coffee, and am reading an Amazoning Headline. Amazon owns half of James Bond. I got a dog in this hunt. I am kin to Ian Fleming via a famous Hollywood Star, and I am authoring my Bond book – and movie script! I have done some casting. I got my stars picked out.

My kin, Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor is titled “MGM’s most bankable star. I copyrighted her genealogy after proving she is forever a cousin in Our Rosy Tree that will now include MGM’s Starry Tree – that needs to be made – as two Jewish names are swallowed up by the Behemoth, or, Baphomet. Choose your own name for…..IT.

I will be sending an e-mail to IT informing the Amazon Queen of California, that Royal Rosamond Press is not a part of the packaged dead, and, my character, Victoria Rosemond Bond, and Miriam Starfish Christling, are not Free Agents, but work for The Queen. We have done propaganda work for Queen Elizabeth the grandmother of Harry and great grandmother of Archie’s Mountbatten-Windsor. Liz knighted Liz, a Dame Commanders of the Order of the British Empire. If The Dead own Loyalty, it is to the idea of IMMORTALITY!

Long live our precious Queen!

Goldwyn and Mayer used the term “stable of stars” and got away with it. But, will THE PUBLIC approve of Amazon treating DEAD STARS – like livestock? In 1966 we held a mock funeral for Hippie. Perhaps we should bury the Hollywood Dead before they get sucked into the most Inhuman Labyrinth ever fashioned? Demand to see the Minotaur of OZ! Purchasing tickets to see the New Amazon Bond – should get you more for your money! You got stock – IN BOND!

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Amazon will now own THE WIZARD OF OZ. This is where Their Baby Consumer Public should draw a line in the sand. We are not children! We are not their – enslaved Earth Children! Now is the time – TO SCREAM! I want you to get up out of your chair, go to your window….

“KAATU BARADA NIKTO!”…..This far – and no further!

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I am so tickled to get my stars, Lara Roozemond, and Yulia Rose, in THE BIG NEWS! Sure this is a publicity stunt. IT what…..WE DO!

Along with making movies, comes ALL THE ART. Art plays a big role in making a movie. My Bond Book has the art already built into it. This is why it is vital that I take full control of the Rosamond Family Creative Enterprise. Christine Rosamond Benton – wants this!

Man…..THE BRIDGE!

“The 25th installment in the Bond series, “No Time to Die,” is scheduled for pandemic-delayed release in theaters on Oct. 8, with Universal Pictures handling overseas distribution.”

I was born October 8, 1946 during an AMAZONING STAR SHOWER! How – prophetic? I am getting a glimpse – of the future. I see a young woman in the Amazon City Lights Book Store finding a copy of ‘The Royal Janitor’. She and her Outlaw Lesbian Lover, turn it in an Art Movie, that has a cult underground following.

May I add the idea Vincent Van Gogh is in – MY STABLE – of mentally ill artists which have been signaled out – and harassed – with the help of the law firm of Robert Breevort Buck! The two women lovers – of the future – don’t give a rat’s ass that I appear to be a lunatic. It only adds to the Bona Fide Bohemian Flavor.

Here’s my co-star dropping a BIG HINT she wants to be discovered by Hollywood! What a phony! I suspect she is a Russian Agent trying to get Putin in – the hunt! I love Ms. Rose.

(43) Yulia Rose Prefers Beaches Over Cities & Loves Dancing | Casting Call | Sports Illustrated Swimsuit – YouTube

Take note of my FB video made one year ago where I talk about how COVID-19 has rendered us all mentally ill. I speak about armed men storming the Capitol – seven moths before it happened! The BIG STUDIOS need a Seer, their Merlin on the job with his crystal ball. For ONE MILLION DOLLARS you can put me in – YOUR STABLE!

Alas, I have a price! I want to COP-OUT NOW. Starfish’s cop-out scene is one of the best Love Scenes in literature – and Hollywood! Yulia is trying out to be a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Model – and get on the front page. She wants to be a BOND WOMAN in a bikini. This is High Parody that results in……TRUE LOVE!

Miriam’s Mood Swings | Rosamond Press

11:56 5/26/21

FLASH! There will be one dance scene in MY Bond Movie. Returning to London, Miriam is confronting Victoria about how she – hides their love away in public. Victoria takes fast dancing lessons when they are not together. There is a ball coming up. As Starfish relates the old Russian cure for menstrual cramps to Swedish royalty, Victoria comes up behind her, taps her on the shoulders….

“Let’s dance!”

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President: Royal Rosamond Press

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James Bond, Meet Jeff Bezos: Amazon Makes $8.45 Billion Deal for MGM (msn.com)

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LOS ANGELES — In the ultimate symbol of one Hollywood era ending and another beginning, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, home to James Bond and Rocky, finally found a buyer willing to pay retail: Amazon.

But even 007 has an asterisk. Amazon will own only 50 percent of the spy franchise. The balance is held by Barbara Broccoli and her brother, Michael G. Wilson. The siblings also have ironclad creative control, deciding when to make a new Bond film, who should play the title role and whether television spinoffs get made. (They have blocked such efforts in the past.)

The 25th installment in the Bond series, “No Time to Die,” is scheduled for pandemic-delayed release in theaters on Oct. 8, with Universal Pictures handling overseas distribution.

Jeff Bezos, Amazon’s founder and chief executive, is known as a conservative buyer. The purchase of Whole Foods for $13.4 billion in 2017 was the biggest acquisition in Amazon’s history. Its next-largest deals — until MGM — were for Zappos ($1.2 billion, 2009) and the smart doorbell company Ring ($1.2 billion, 2018).

Born in London to socially prominent American parents, Taylor moved with her family to Los Angeles in 1939. She made her acting debut with a minor role in the Universal Pictures film There’s One Born Every Minute (1942), but the studio ended her contract after a year. She was then signed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and became a popular teen star after appearing in National Velvet (1944). She transitioned to mature roles in the 1950s, when she starred in the comedy Father of the Bride (1950) and received critical acclaim for her performance in the drama A Place in the Sun (1951).

Despite being one of MGM‘s most bankable stars, Taylor wished to end her career in the early 1950s. She resented the studio’s control and disliked many of the films to which she was assigned. She began receiving more enjoyable roles in the mid-1950s, beginning with the epic drama Giant (1956), and starred in several critically and commercially successful films in the following years. These included two film adaptations of plays by Tennessee WilliamsCat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958), and Suddenly, Last Summer (1959); Taylor won a Golden Globe for Best Actress for the latter. Although she disliked her role as a call girl in BUtterfield 8 (1960), her last film for MGM, she won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance.

Proving once again there ain’t nothing like a dame, Elizabeth Taylor didn’t mince words in reacting to the honor bestowed upon her by Queen Elizabeth II. The British-born actress was on Friday designated a dame, the female equivalent of knight, on the queen’s coveted New Year’s list of titles and awards.

“Well, I’ve always been a ‘broad.’ Now it’s a great honor to be a dame!” Taylor said in a statement issued through her publicist in Los Angeles.

Among the 2,000 other names on the list, which included sports heroes, milkmen, crossing guards and tycoons, were the new Sir Sean Connery and Dame Julie

The list was selected by the Labor Party government to honor people in all walks of life for their contributions to their professions and to charity. It was officially bestowed by Queen Elizabeth II.

Connery, whose talents took him from the glitz and glamour of James Bond to roles of real substance that eventually won him an Oscar in 1987’s The Untouchables, is one of Britain’s biggest stars. He is also a fervent Scottish nationalist.

Told of his knighthood, the 69-year-old actor said, “I accept with pleasure because I consider it as much an honor for Scotland as it is for me.”

Elizabeth Taylor is honoured by Queen

This article is more than 21 years oldTue 16 May 2000 07.46 EDT

Dame Elizabeth Taylor is today making a rare public appearance in Britain, taking centre stage with the Queen at Buckingham Palace.

Rivalling Taylor for top billing at the Palace investiture is Mary Poppins and Sound of Music star Dame Julie Andrews.

The British actresses, who have both won Oscars, were made Dame Commanders of the Order of the British Empire in the Millennium New Year Honours List.

In the Palace ballroom, Andrews, 64, will be first to receive her insignia for services to acting and entertainment. Next (in alphabetical order) Taylor, 68, will meet the Queen and receive her Dame Commander’s brooch. Taylor is honoured for services to acting and charity, recognising her fundraising for Aids research.

The investiture – the ceremonies are now recorded for television – promises to be one of the most glittering in recent times. Rarely have two such big stars been honoured at the same investiture.

An exhibition of portraits of Dame Elizabeth Taylor opens at London’s National Portrait Gallery on Thursday, and she will be the guest of honour at a charity spectacular at the Royal Albert Hall, London, on May 26 to raise money for Aids research.

On May 24, the British Film Institute will honour her with a BFI Fellowship at a tribute dinner at the Dorchester Hotel. Another highlight of a planned series of events in her honour is the National Film Theatre’s programme of a dozen classic Liz Taylor movies, including the epic Cleopatra in which she starred with Richard Burton.

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