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Would you want to see it in a film?
No, that would be more one for a short story I think, if at all. But Bond never dies, he's an immortal character in that sense, no matter who writes his adventures or plays him on film.
He could have caught it from Dr No's guano mound I suppose...
Or his chicken farm.
I posted this in a film thread, but if you don t want it to happen in the films, but could see it in a book, chime in as well. I am not a nazi.
Yes, he was a failed chicken farmer before he moved on to more serious and deadly matters as Head of the SS.
Beat me to it there Draggers.
Himmler would've been a fabulous Bond villain!
As it was, Hitler booked him to appear in his show first.
And that would be a fate even worse than James Bond's death! :)
Ambiguous is best. Even off screen. Then James Bond Will Return.
Pretty far fetched.
Like the ending of FRWL, the novel.
Also teasing the idea in the FRWL pre-credits, the first few frames of TB, and the SF pre-creds.
He makes the ultimate sacrifice and pays the ultimate price. To save the world one last time. To serve his country, to rescue his friends, and to save the life of a beautiful woman who loves him very much.
Dedicated and determined to the very end, he does what no one else will do—what no one else can do—and he does it without hesitation. He grits his teeth, adjusts his cufflinks, and mutters “The things I do for England…!” And then he disappears: into the Inferno, into the Abyss.
There will not be a dry eye in the house.
Most Important Bond Film. Ever.
(again, Fleming knows best!)
That's the only way to do it. By coolly lighting a fag under the tail of the Moonraker.
No, that wouldn't work, that would make a Bourne movie.
I think he'd stay on until he's really too old for field work. M has been ordered to put him out to pasture but gives him one last mission for old times sake. It seems like a simple job but soon enough Bond finds out the world is at stake. He finishes the job but dies in the process.
This is something I've thought about a lot and my idea would be that during this mission, he's uncovered the villains plan, escaped by the skin of his teeth and ends up back in London. He's given MI6 all the information they need to take the villain down but Bond, despite the protests of Moneypenny and whoever, insists he's going to finish the job himself. Maybe they're preparing troops for a big assault but he knows that'll just tip the villain off and he'll launch the nukes or whatever. He heads to the villain's base, getting there before the soldiers and manages to stop the villain's plan. He's captured but then the soldiers storm the base ala YOLT and gives him a chance to kill the bad guy. He does, but during the fight he's injured and the base is blowing up because of the battle. He tries to save himself but in the end realises he doesn't have time to escape. So he finally slumps down against a wall and lights one last cigarette as the base explodes around him, content with having saved the world one last time.
"009 WILL RETURN"
And so I face the final curtain
My friend, I'll say it clear
I'll state my case, of which I'm certain...