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Posted at 10:02 AM ET, 04/20/2012

Judi Dench talks new film, holds puppy on ‘Today’ (Video)


Judi Dench. (Luke MacGregor - Reuters)
Dame Judi Dench was on the “Today” show this morning to talk about her new film, “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel,” as well as the upcoming James Bond film “Skyfall.”

The Oscar winner also helped out during a segment on animal adoption by leading an adorable puppy named Biscuit to the set, giving us some great Dench-dog images to say “Aww” about.

I’d say this is the greatest face to make while holding an adorable dog that needs to be adopted.


( “Today” show )

“Biscuit’s great,” Dame Judi said, giving the dog the greatest endorsement of all time.
( “Today” show )

Not even the terrible photobombing jerk at the left can ruin this moment.
( “Today” show )

During the non-puppy part of her “Today” appearance, Dench was asked about rumors that her character M will meet her demise in “Skyfall.” The actress declined to comment in the classiest way possible.

Watch the animal adoption segment and Dench’s interview below.

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By  |  10:02 AM ET, 04/20/2012

Categories:  Movies | Tags:  Judi Dench

 
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