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There is. I can confirm that. Would you like some scans of the article so that you can read it without having to pick up the issue?
I don't know about him but I definitely would. :)
That would be awesome. I actually ordered the issue early this month, but I think it got lost in the mail...
Indeed. It always is. Damn shame it never happened, though.
Oh, that sounds very interesting indeed. What was used?
The gun-in-the-typewriter scene, updated with a laptop computer.
Ah, that was a nice touch, then. It's the first time I've ever heard of a Bond film novelisation being used as a source in a later film screenplay!
I really must get this issue. It sounds right up my street! :)
No. You're referring to the Alfonse Ruggiero/Michael Wilson treatment that was done for Bond 17.
I think that was the one where Disney was going to be involved in making the robots or something?
Precisely. Apart from a certain scene with a cyborg, it's actually a pretty decent treatment.
Is it available to read anywhere? I think that was the script set partly in Hong Kong and with a villain named Sir Henry Lee Ching?
Yes, here are:
Transcript, resume more detailed: debrief.commanderbond.net/topic/23731-bond-xvii/
I recommend it.
Bond fans buying things? You must be joking. There’s a reason EON have limited merchandise.
I try to make up for them all. I always try to buy my sources where at all possible.