Will Daniel Craig Return?

edited October 2016 in Fan Creations Posts: 2
Hey Bond fans! I posted a video on youtube where I talk about Daniel Craig's importance to Bond 25 and what I'd like to see in the movie. I'd be interested to get feedback from anyone because I'm thinking on doing a Ranking Of The Bond movies soon. Anyways here's the video for anyone who'd be willing to check it out ...

CineMike: Bond 25 - Will Daniel Craig Return?
https://youtube.com/watch?v=oGThXEtxk0M
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  • NicNacNicNac Administrator, Moderator
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    Moved to fan creations. Thanks for the link Mike
  • Thank you NicNac!
  • DarthDimiDarthDimi Behind you!Moderator
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    Interesting video you posted there, sir. Furthermore, I agree! I too want, no demand Craig returns for a Blofeld conclusion. We can't just allow them to set things up in one movie only to not deliver in the next movie.
  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Each moment I draw closer to the Divine.
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    Cool watching this again after the fact, and seeing what he got right and wrong.
  • If only
  • DragonpolDragonpol Writer @ http://thebondologistblog.blogspot.com
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    I fear there's no way back for him now...
  • MurdockMurdock Mr. 2000
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    I certainly hope not.
  • mattjoesmattjoes Senior Goldfarb, Seymour
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    Q: Bo-Bo-Bond, how did you come back?! You got blown up!
    Bond: Technology has come a long way, Q. But we must put it to further use. One word: Vesper.

    FACES FROM MY PAST RETURN
    November 2025
  • mattjoes wrote: »
    Q: Bo-Bo-Bond, how did you come back?! You got blown up!
    Bond: Technology has come a long way, Q. But we must put it to further use. One word: Vesper.

    FACES FROM MY PAST RETURN
    November 2025

    This is perfect. Everyone is looking to The Batman as the most probable source of inspiration for B26, but there's one other massive box-office hit out there I think everyone is overlooking.

    When the machine goes wrong, Craig's Bond, back from oblivion, finds himself suddenly pitted against the likes of Mads Mikkelson, Javier Bardem, Christoph Waltz, Rami Malek, Sean Bean, Toby Stephens, Robert Davi, Benicio del Toro, Joe Don Baker, Christopher Walken, and Anatole Taubman...all at the same time.

    The odds are stacked well against Bond until a disruption causes the threads that separate dimensions to unwind, bringing him aid from Pierce Brosnan, Timothy Dalton, and Halle Berry.

    Final shot of the trailer: Lea Seydoux saying, "Three Jameses, lucky me."
  • mattjoesmattjoes Senior Goldfarb, Seymour
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    Sounds like fun!

    Don't you agree, @ColonelAdamski? ;)
  • mattjoesmattjoes Senior Goldfarb, Seymour
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    When the machine goes wrong, Craig's Bond, back from oblivion, finds himself suddenly pitted against the likes of Mads Mikkelson, Javier Bardem, Christoph Waltz, Rami Malek, Sean Bean, Toby Stephens, Robert Davi, Benicio del Toro, Joe Don Baker, Christopher Walken, and Anatole Taubman...all at the same time.

    The odds are stacked well against Bond until a disruption causes the threads that separate dimensions to unwind, bringing him aid from Pierce Brosnan, Timothy Dalton, and Halle Berry.

    ...and Joe Don Baker. Again.
  • mattjoes wrote: »
    When the machine goes wrong, Craig's Bond, back from oblivion, finds himself suddenly pitted against the likes of Mads Mikkelson, Javier Bardem, Christoph Waltz, Rami Malek, Sean Bean, Toby Stephens, Robert Davi, Benicio del Toro, Joe Don Baker, Christopher Walken, and Anatole Taubman...all at the same time.

    The odds are stacked well against Bond until a disruption causes the threads that separate dimensions to unwind, bringing him aid from Pierce Brosnan, Timothy Dalton, and Halle Berry.

    ...and Joe Don Baker. Again.

    Joe Don Baker vs. Joe Don Baker. Eon, this thing is writing itself.
  • I want to see Deborah Kerr (from Casino Royale '67) facing off against George Lazenby, both of them wearing kilts and playing "Dueling Bagpipes" in a war for bagpipe supremacy.
  • DragonpolDragonpol Writer @ http://thebondologistblog.blogspot.com
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    I want to see Deborah Kerr (from Casino Royale '67) facing off against George Lazenby, both of them wearing kilts and playing "Dueling Bagpipes" in a war for bagpipe supremacy.

    What image hath your mind wrought? :))
  • Dragonpol wrote: »
    I want to see Deborah Kerr (from Casino Royale '67) facing off against George Lazenby, both of them wearing kilts and playing "Dueling Bagpipes" in a war for bagpipe supremacy.

    What image hath your mind wrought? :))

    I blame Saturday Night Live. Boyle vs. Belushi in "Dueling Brandos."
  • DragonpolDragonpol Writer @ http://thebondologistblog.blogspot.com
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    Dragonpol wrote: »
    I want to see Deborah Kerr (from Casino Royale '67) facing off against George Lazenby, both of them wearing kilts and playing "Dueling Bagpipes" in a war for bagpipe supremacy.

    What image hath your mind wrought? :))

    I blame Saturday Night Live. Boyle vs. Belushi in "Dueling Brandos."

    That was funny. Your idea is such a mixture of Bond styles between the parody and the serious interpretation but the kilts are the linchpin which ties the two Bond styles together! :)
  • edited March 14 Posts: 3,454
    Dragonpol wrote: »
    Dragonpol wrote: »
    I want to see Deborah Kerr (from Casino Royale '67) facing off against George Lazenby, both of them wearing kilts and playing "Dueling Bagpipes" in a war for bagpipe supremacy.

    What image hath your mind wrought? :))

    I blame Saturday Night Live. Boyle vs. Belushi in "Dueling Brandos."

    That was funny. Your idea is such a mixture of Bond styles between the parody and the serious interpretation but the kilts are the linchpin which ties the two Bond styles together! :)

    Oh, was Lazenby's a serious interpretation, then? And where does Halle Berry fall in this mash-up?
  • edited March 14 Posts: 3,454
    At this point. I just want Bond to be fun again.

  • talos7talos7 New Orleans
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    So everything that followed his brain being drilled , including being vaporized , was a hallucination?
  • DragonpolDragonpol Writer @ http://thebondologistblog.blogspot.com
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    Dragonpol wrote: »
    Dragonpol wrote: »
    I want to see Deborah Kerr (from Casino Royale '67) facing off against George Lazenby, both of them wearing kilts and playing "Dueling Bagpipes" in a war for bagpipe supremacy.

    What image hath your mind wrought? :))

    I blame Saturday Night Live. Boyle vs. Belushi in "Dueling Brandos."

    That was funny. Your idea is such a mixture of Bond styles between the parody and the serious interpretation but the kilts are the linchpin which ties the two Bond styles together! :)

    Oh, was Lazenby's a serious interpretation, then? And where does Halle Berry fall in this mash-up?

    Yes, I'd say it's one of the more serious adaptations of Fleming’s work along with the early Connery films and the two Dalton films. Halle Berry probably just emerges from the sea...in a kilt.
  • edited March 14 Posts: 1,113
    If he comes back to direct the next one or if he comes back in the beginning of the film to explain what happened on that island with maybe a sort of plastic surgery or DNA rehabilitation.....it can happen.


    DC's involvement with the series in front or behind the scenes will be possible if not crucial.

    Notice how in his interviews, everyone was asking DC to pick who the next Bond would be...his involvement is highly welcome if not needed to keep the series away from repeating itself with the Bond formula tropes and cliches that so many types like Lee Tamahori and Michael Apted's want to do.
  • Dragonpol wrote: »
    Dragonpol wrote: »
    Dragonpol wrote: »
    I want to see Deborah Kerr (from Casino Royale '67) facing off against George Lazenby, both of them wearing kilts and playing "Dueling Bagpipes" in a war for bagpipe supremacy.

    What image hath your mind wrought? :))

    I blame Saturday Night Live. Boyle vs. Belushi in "Dueling Brandos."

    That was funny. Your idea is such a mixture of Bond styles between the parody and the serious interpretation but the kilts are the linchpin which ties the two Bond styles together! :)

    Oh, was Lazenby's a serious interpretation, then? And where does Halle Berry fall in this mash-up?

    Yes, I'd say it's one of the more serious adaptations of Fleming’s work along with the early Connery films and the two Dalton films. Halle Berry probably just emerges from the sea...in a kilt.

    ...Playing the bagpipes...
  • ThunderballThunderball playing Chemin de Fer in a casino, downing Vespers
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    If this thread has been resuscitated, I wonder if the thread title should be changed so as not to get people’s hopes up or anything. He’s obviously not coming back.
  • DragonpolDragonpol Writer @ http://thebondologistblog.blogspot.com
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    I should lay odds against Craig's return now.
  • MSL49MSL49 Finland
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    It was good end after 16 years and 5 movies.
  • MSL49MSL49 Finland
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    It feels like a lifetime.
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
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    MSL49 wrote: »
    It feels like a lifetime.

    It really does when you put it in perspective. I saw CR in theaters at the tail end of high school and I saw NTTD as a new father now in my 30s. It's going to get pretty surreal the closer we get to having a new Bond named, knowing it won't be Craig any longer.

    Still, I'm excited for the next start. Craig put his definitive stamp on the franchise and I'm also ready to move on with something fresh.
  • ThunderballThunderball playing Chemin de Fer in a casino, downing Vespers
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    I think he was complaining, @Creasy47, but good on you for turning it around like that. I will miss Craig a megaton, he’s second only to Connery for me. I am at the same time excited about the future of the film series. Bring it on, and hopefully sooner than like 5 years or something...
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
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    I think he was complaining, @Creasy47, but good on you for turning it around like that. I will miss Craig a megaton, he’s second only to Connery for me. I am at the same time excited about the future of the film series. Bring it on, and hopefully sooner than like 5 years or something...

    I wasn't sure how to take it but you might be right, @Thunderfinger.

    It's a fine balance between the sadness of Craig departing the series but also the excitement of what the future holds. Plus, for me at least, the first installment of a new era is always one of the strongest, so this will hopefully be the most excited I'll be for a new installment in a long time. I can't wait to see what unfolds.

    I really hope them looking into the next Bond this year brings something fruitful and definitive sooner rather than later, just like you said.
  • ThunderballThunderball playing Chemin de Fer in a casino, downing Vespers
    edited March 15 Posts: 738
    That's it, I'm changing my username here. Everybody confuses me with Thunderfinger 😭😂 No, it's okay. If anything, it's a compliment.
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