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After the highlights of tidal wave surfing and Brofeld I really wouldn't put it past them.
At the end of that scene there is a white out not a black out. A white out in cinema has in the past signified that the events leading up to the white out were not real or a dream/nightmare.
That's great. It could alternatively also be the start of a great Sir Hugo Drax miniseries. ;)
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It's funny you mention the torture scene from SP, that did cross my mind when I wrote that.
Bond employs evasive maneuvers.
Why else would it be bought back in the Brosnan era. Right about the time rumours that Pierces Bond may or may not be the same Bond as Connery.
Coincidence? I think not.
James Bond is a Timelord, CONFIRMED. A little bit of fire damage is nothing.
i expect to see the next three Bond films to be set in the late 50s', 70's and one in the 80's. Bond will played by three different actors in each film...50's Bond will be played by Aidan Turner, 70's Bond will be played by Chris Hemsworth, 80's Bond will be played by our Henry.
The 2025 Bond will be a remake of Thunderball...actor tbc