It is always gratifying when the audience responds to a film, but to be working with a character as successful as James Bond and see the two films Sony has handled become the two most successful films in the history of the franchise makes us all tremendously proud'Quantum' top-grossing 007 film in N.A. Jan 08, 2009
We believe Nov. 14 is a great date that allows us to play straight through Thanksgiving and right into Christmas'Bond' movie release date pushed back Aug 22, 2008
This footage has never been seen, except by all of us just two days agoCinema Expo previews new Bond Jun 30, 2006
We have every confidence that when this is finished, we'll have that kind of movieNo 2005 release for 'All the King's Men' Oct 21, 2005
We just had our first screening of the film, and it went greatDepp's 'Secret Window' opening earlier Jan 22, 2004
Jeff Bertrand Coleman Blake (born December 4, 1970 in Daytona Beach, Florida) is a retired American football quarterback who played in the National Football League. Although he finished his career with the Chicago Bears, he was formerly a quarterback for the New York Jets, Cincinnati Bengals, New Orleans Saints, Baltimore Ravens, Arizona Cardinals and Philadelphia Eagles. He was drafted in the sixth round of the 1992 NFL Draft by the Jets out of East Carolina University. His only Pro Bowl appearance came with the Bengals, when he was selected for the AFC team. In that contest, Blake threw a Pro Bowl record-long 92-yard touchdown pass to Yancey Thigpen.
Blake finished seventh in the 1991 Heisman Trophy voting, while leading East Carolina to an 11–1 record and the #9 ranking at season's end. He was inducted into the East Carolina Hall of Fame in 2007.
Blake's best seasons came with Cincinnati in the mid-to-late 1990s (when he was often referred to as "Shake-N-Blake" by local media and fans); he established great rapport with Bengal receivers Carl Pickens and Darnay Scott, helping the former vie for the receiving title in 1995.