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the guy from shaun of the dead has my vote!!!!!!!

i also heard they were interviewing clay aiken!!! UH OH!!!!
"pussy-galore, I dont think so"
Die Another Day gets a bad reputation, but wouldn't you agree it has a great prologue?
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You beat me to it.
Daniel Craig is set to become the new James Bond according to This is London.
Quote: Originally posted by Keith Gump
Clive Owen fur President! I need a cigarette.
I'd vote for him anyday.
lol
Clive Owen fur President! I need a cigarette.
Sam Worthington, thats from left field. A bit young in my opinion.

Any one who has seen "sword of honour" (uk mini series) will know daniel craig is just right.
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Bollywood star Gulshan Grover has been cast as the villain in Casino Royale, the 21st James Bond instalment to be directed by Martin Campbell, The Times of India reports.

Filming commences in January 2006 in Prague.

At least 300 actors have been considered for the role.

Casting for 007 was reportedly completed last week with the frontrunners being Daniel Craig, Henry Cavill, Sam Worthington and Goran Visnjic.

Casino Royale is scheduled for an October 19, 2006 release.
I know, lets call the new movie Back in Black!
I say Clive Owen would be a bitchin Bond
I nominate Yoda!
Of the month? Why can't we just get it over with? The best quote of the year!
Quote: Originally posted by Keith Gump
Never heard of it. Is this another minority movement?


Forum Quote of the Month!
Quote: Originally posted by Keith Gump
Never heard of it. Is this another minority movement?


If you haven't heard of Ali G, take my advice, it's best not to get too curious. Wink
Quote: Originally posted by Keith Gump
Never heard of it. Is this another minority movement?
Oh my gawd.
Quote: Originally posted by floyd dylan
Guess you've not seen Ali G then?


Never heard of it. Is this another minority movement?
Quote: is it cos he is black?

Guess you've not seen Ali G then?
Quote: Originally posted by floyd dylan
Quote:
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Originally posted by Keith Gump
I don't think he's got the look of Bond.
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is it cos he is black?


no, not because he is black. He just doesn't look like Bond to me.  Could be he would be great for the part.  We'll never know unless he is cast.  Since you broke the shell floyd, is this a minority move?
Quote: Originally posted by Jonny "Me You"
Two Words -

Clive.....Owen!


for the win
Quote:
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Originally posted by Keith Gump
I don't think he's got the look of Bond.
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is it cos he is black?
Quote: Originally posted by Keith Gump
I don't think he's got the look of Bond.
Are you kidding me? He is just right for the part. Sign him today!
I don't think he's got the look of Bond.
Colin Salmon would be a perfect choice, as he's been in the other Bond series as M's chief of staff, it would be soooo cool if they promoted him to the rank of 007.



Bond needs a makeover, but not using Pierce is disappointing.  I miss the parts where he goes into the labs and tests out the new gagets and weapons.  They have made that too silly, for one thing.
Quote: Originally posted by Tony DeFrancisco
I have to agree with you. Sean Connery was the best.

Yep.
Roger Moore and Timothy Dalton were pretty good.
But Connery kicks both of their a-sses.
Quote: Originally posted by Jonathan Bennett
Pierce Brosnan was decent as Bond but he's not even close to Sean Connery.
I have to agree with you. Sean Connery was the best.
Pierce Brosnan was decent as Bond but he's not even close to Sean Connery.
I think either Daniel Craig or Clive Owen should be the next bond.
Eric Bana already turned down the role for James Bond months ago. He sounds like a good role.
Clive Owen is my second pick. I really want to see Eric Bana as a super DARK Bond.

Ideally, I think the studio should give the rights to a series of directors and let them go nuts. QT, John Woo, and Speilberg have all expressed interest over the years. Imagine a John Woo James Bond movie with Chow-Yun-Fat as Bond. Or a gritty QT style post-modern Bond played by some ageing B-star like Robert Forrester or David Carradine.
Clive Owen would make a fine James Bond
Two Words -

Clive.....Owen!
Quote: Originally posted by Danny Boy
He's doing another Highlander movie with Christopher Lambert.

Yeah, and I can't wait for that one...:zzz:
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Quote: Originally posted by Matt Joseph
Tooken...that just sounds dirty. Wink

I've always thought that Adrian Paul would have made a good Bond, but he lacks the star power that the producers are probably looking for.


He's doing another Highlander movie with Christopher Lambert.
Quote: Originally posted by Tony DeFrancisco
Hugh Jackman should of tooken the role of James Bond.

Tooken...that just sounds dirty. Wink

I've always thought that Adrian Paul would have made a good Bond, but he lacks the star power that the producers are probably looking for.
Tom
The main character in Layer Cake. If you've seen it that is! He was one of the bad guys in Road to Perdition too...
Who is Daniel Craig? sorry, never heard of him.
Maybe Daniel Craig.
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Quote: Originally posted by Tom Woodward
I think the Bond franchise needs a good kick up the arse to be honest. Die Another Day was pretty awful. I want to see a darker Bond, which is why I think Daniel Craig would be good. Can't see it happening though, it's all about money these days!


Daniel Craig has my vote!
I actually think Hugh Jackman should of tooken the role of James Bond.
Tom
I think the Bond franchise needs a good kick up the arse to be honest. Die Another Day was pretty awful. I want to see a darker Bond, which is why I think Daniel Craig would be good. Can't see it happening though, it's all about money these days!
I just found this out last night.
We kind a knew that a month ago.
Pierce Brosnan, NO!
I just found this on Yahoo.



Pierce Brosnan Out As James Bond, 007 Wed Aug 17, 3:07 PM ET
 


NEW YORK - A single, surprising phone call and it was over. That's how     Pierce Brosnan says he learned that his services as James Bond would no longer be required.
 
"One phone call, that's all it took!" the 52-year-old actor tells Entertainment Weekly magazine in its Aug. 19 issue.

Brosnan starred in four Bond films. He says that before they stopped negotiations, the producers had invited him back for a fifth time.

"You know, the movie career for me really started with Bond," says Brosnan, acknowledging that by the time "GoldenEye" premiered in 1995, he was already 42.

He then starred as 007 in "Tomorrow Never Dies" (1997), "The World Is Not Enough" (1999) and "Die Another Day" (2002).

His departure from the role was a "titanic jolt to the system," says Brosnan, followed by "a great sense of calm."

"I thought. ... I can do anything I want to do now. I'm not beholden to them or anyone. I'm not shackled by some contracted image. So there was a sense of liberation."

Brosnan says he's grateful to have had the role, but adds: "It never felt real to me. I never felt I had complete ownership over Bond. Because you'd have these stupid one-liners — which I loathed — and I always felt phony doing them."

He plays a foulmouthed, skirt-chasing hit man in the upcoming film "The Matador."

"(For this) to come on the heels of my departure from the world of Bond is sweet grace, to play this one as a farewell to that chapter in time — it certainly wasn't planned."




Come on. The Bond movies were awesome, especially with Brosnan.