Advertisement In EW’s Feb. 17, 1995 cover story, Sean Connery spoke to Benjamin Svetkey about his lengthy career and 007 legacy. We’re sharing it again now as part of our 25 Days of Bond series. The news of Sean Connery ‘s death first broke in Japan. From there, the story was picked up by a South African newspaper, then bounced over to Europe, where a French radio station began beaming the obit to half the continent. “My wife’s friend was in Belgium and nearly fell out of bed when she heard,” says a decidedly undead Connery, settling into a chair in his Los Angeles office one day last month. “She phoned up our house in a panic. My wife told her, ‘Dead? Oh, no. He’s just out playing golf.'” In the immortal words of Ian Fleming, you only live twice — and Connery’s making the most of it. Since his exaggerated demise more than a year ago, he’s completed three films back- to-back, playing a medieval king, a fire-breathing terror, and-in the biggest stretch of the bunch — a pacifist Harvard Law School professor. Opening nationwide this week is Just Cause , in which Connery stars as Paul Armstrong, an… Read full this story
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