In the wake of the 50th anniversary of the first James Bond movie, "Dr. No,” the Academy Awards will pay tribute to the iconic film series at this year’s ceremony. The "007" movies – the first of which was released in 1962 -- are part the longest-running motion picture franchise in history. Rumors are swirling that all six actors who have portrayed the British spy (from Sean Connery to Daniel Craig) will show up for a big reunion on the Oscars stage. But now we're hearing that one of the Bonds might be missing in action on Hollywood's biggest night!
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