James Bond

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  • #248055

    Batman.

    James operates too high profile and Batman would thoroughly investigate James and out think him, plan his attack.

    Obviously James would contact Catwoman and try to seduce her for information, for the right price she’d betray him.

    So Batman can plan to have himself betrayed to lure James into a weak position or maybe he could go to Catwoman and try to convince her to help him, than Catwoman will try to seduce Batman to get herself the upper hand and manipulate both of them all the while Batman knew should would betray him and he tricks both of them.

    • This reply was modified 1 year ago by Cerabelus.
    #248128

    It’s a shame that Bond has to be a Brit only as, yes there’s a lot of American actors that could easily pull him off. But I’ll stand by what I said before; Clive Owen would’ve made a great James Bond.

    #274293

    Producer Barbara Broccoli Says They Are ‘Reinventing’ James Bond, Says ‘Nobody’s In The Running’ As Next 007

    Just the headlines give off bad vibes.

    “Nobody’s in the running,” longtime Bond franchise producer Barbara Broccoli revealed…

    Broccoli, whose father Sir Albert Broccoli first brought Ian Fleming’s British spy to the screen, now controls the franchise through her company, Eon Productions.

    Why is that?

    “We’re working out where to go with him, we’re talking that through,” Broccoli says. “There isn’t a script and we can’t come up with one until we decide how we’re going to approach the next film because, really, it’s a reinvention of Bond. We’re reinventing who he is and that takes time.”

    Reinventing?  Rebooting?  Reimagining?  Ruining!

    In “No Time To Die”, Craig’s Bond was killed off following a standoff with villain Saffin (Rami Malek). Co-star Ralph Fiennes, who was present at the BFI Fellowship dinner alongside Broccoli, quips that his character M, and Naomie Harris’s Moneypenny might be the ones to get a new 007 up to speed in the next film.

    “Naomie and I are the people to fix it. You find him and we’ll train him,” he says.

    So is James Bond just a code name then?

    Just like the term 007.

    Broccoli previously stated that the role should go to a man, though he could be of any ethnicity, as long as he’s British.

    How many non-British serves on Her Majesty’s Secret Service/is in the British Armed Forces?

    “I believe in making characters for women and not just having women play men’s roles,” Broccoli..

    “I don’t think there are enough great roles for women, and it’s very important to me that we make movies for women about women. He should be British, so British can be any [ethnicity or race].”

    So long as they HONOUR Fleming’s character.  But race swapping just for the sake of race swapping is also a non-starter for me.

    Now if the actor is himself British?  That I think should go to the best actor for the part/script… so long as He is still a HE.

    For me, a Jane Bond is a non-starter.

    #274325

    Obviously they will make James like they just did to Doctor Who.

    African migrant and alphabet because being a British white male is absolutely abhorrent to them and will never be again.

    They are on a endless campaign to eradicate everything we love.

    #274342

    Not even a Bond fan and all I got from that headline was alarm bells.

    #274423
    DigiCat
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    “There isn’t a script and we can’t come up with one until we decide how we’re going to approach the next film because, really, it’s a reinvention of Bond. We’re reinventing who he is and that takes time.”

    I’ll give you a great idea on how to start the script:

    Opening scene
    – Replay the big explosion that killed Bond at the end of No Time To Die

    Scene 1 act 2
    – The flames burn thru the screen to reveal Bond jump up from the bed of a couchette, he looks around the dark cabin for a moment when his gaze falls apon the beautiful nordic model he’d screwed moments before, her peaceful sleeping face giving him a sense of calm as he lies back down next to her. Facing the window and watching the snow fall, he holds in his hand a merlion pin, a souvinire from his last mission in singapore for his daughter, realizing that terrible fate of never being able to see her again was nothing but a dream

    There, fixed

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