The name's 25. Bond 25.

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  • edited July 2 Posts: 10,700
    Spy Did It My Way
    I Spy
    Treacle and Spies and All things Nice
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    Shadow of a Spy
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    A Spy in the Hand Is Worth Two in the Bush
  • echoecho 007 in New York
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    The Little Finger on the Trigger
  • RichardTheBruceRichardTheBruce I'm motivated by my Duty.
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    Hope it's not too late for this.


    R e a s o n D i e


  • edited July 4 Posts: 10,354
    From Jamaica, Yours Sincerely :-D

    (A spin on a fictional Jason King novel)
  • echoecho 007 in New York
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    What if Madeleine dies and wills Bond a house in Jamaica?

    The Property of a Lady
  • WalecsWalecs On Her Majesty's Secret Service
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    It’s been a while since we’ve gone without a Bond title using the words “kill”, “die”, or some variant. How about Perchance to Die?

    How about If you kill me I'll die so that it contains both?
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    Kill and Die both no nos.

  • edited July 4 Posts: 10,354
    One-word title, Spectre/Blofeld connection, short, no "Die" or "Death"; what about:

    Cuckoo

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    :-D
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    The Brother From Another Mother
  • echoecho 007 in New York
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    Spies Don't Cry

    A Cry for Spies
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    I’m surprised no one mentioned Swan Song yet. It’s so very fitting considering rumours of Madeleine’s demise, Bond’s death and Craig’s exit..........it’s also very elegant and cool sounding.

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  • PavloPavlo Ukraine
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    I’m surprised no one mentioned Swan Song yet. It’s so very fitting considering rumours of Madeleine’s demise, Bond’s death and Craig’s exit..........it’s also very elegant and cool sounding.

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    LOVE it!!!!
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    echo wrote: »
    Spies Don't Cry

    A Cry for Spies

    I'll Spy If I Want To
  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Back on Earth
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    It s only the millionth time it gets mentioned.
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    Spy Me A River?

    Spies Don't Cry
  • edited July 4 Posts: 10,354
    Getafix wrote: »
    Spy Me A River?

    Spies Don't Cry

    Fitting the tone of the era, somewhat…
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    Truer Than Ever

    (Wouldn't know what or who is truer; just picked it out from a quote.)
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    Lies Live Forever
  • edited July 4 Posts: 3,017
    Pavlo wrote: »
    I’m surprised no one mentioned Swan Song yet. It’s so very fitting considering rumours of Madeleine’s demise, Bond’s death and Craig’s exit..........it’s also very elegant and cool sounding.

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    LOVE it!!!!

    Watch it become the title now I've mentioned it. Eon are reading my messages here for certain. Not the first prediction I've got right with this film.

    Still slightly surprised we haven't suggested it before. In all honesty, it's kinda obvious.
  • jake24jake24 Sitting at your desk, kissing your lover, eating supper with your familyModerator
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    I've heard Swan Song on here multiple times.

    Not a bad title and would certainly make sense, but something tells me they won't use it.
  • edited July 4 Posts: 10,700
    Is there a Roger Moore quote they could use?

    E.g. My Word Is My Bond?

    There is nothing glamorous about death.

    Not many of us are willing to give up everything we have.
  • edited July 4 Posts: 10,354
    Swan Song / Swann Song /Swansong etc. have been mentioned many times before, hasn't it? I'm sure I've read it on both the production threads.

    Edit (posted April 13):
    Swansong . Or SwannSong if you’d rather. It won’t be that of course but I thought of it whilst trying to contextualise the production of the film in another post . And whilst not truly Fleming-esque, I think the word has a degree of elegance about it. Plus it’s another S title ;)

    (April 25)
    echo wrote: »
    Any time for a final poll?

    I mentioned Swann Song a couple of years ago, but I wouldn't be at all surprised to see Risico.

    I am very pleased that Eon has kept the leaks to a minimum, unlike last time.

    (February 27 - Bond 25 Production Diary)
    Univex wrote: »
    No one can disagree with that. We all wanted to be talking about the press conference right now. And I’m sick of calling it Bond25. Really want a good imaginative title for Craig’s last. Someone at ajb007 conjured Swannsong as a possibility. Although it’s a one word title starting with an S again, it could very well be fitting. Still hoping for something smarter though.

    (May 2017 - Bond 25 fan arts)
    Hmm. So I'm thinking SWANNSONG is BOND 27? Maybe 26.
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    I hate the idea of Swansong or any variation, for several reasons.
  • echoecho 007 in New York
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    To Nomi is To Love Me
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    M_Balje wrote: »
    Bond 25 wil be named The Hildebrand Rarity
    Bond 26 wil be named Property Of Lady
    The two movies wil be released under the work title: Risico

    Bond 25 wil be named Property Of Lady
    Bond 26 wil be named The Hildebrand Rarity
    The two movies wil be released under the work title: Risico

    Bond 25 wil be named The Hildebrand Rarity
    Bond 26 wil be named Risico
    The two movies wil be released under the work title: Property Of Lady

    Bond 25 wil be named Risico
    Bond 26 wil be named The Hildebrand Rarity
    The two movies wil be released under the work title: Property Of Lady
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    LOL!

    What about:

    The Man Who Was Only A Silhouette

    Death Leaves An Echo

    Personally, I like the longer titles the best.
  • WalecsWalecs On Her Majesty's Secret Service
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    FoxRox wrote: »
    I hate the idea of Swansong or any variation, for several reasons.
    +1
  • RichardTheBruceRichardTheBruce I'm motivated by my Duty.
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    Swan. Sparrow. Pretty much any kind of bird gets my vote.

    And S-words are a plus.

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    FoxRox wrote: »
    I hate the idea of Swansong or any variation, for several reasons.

    If it were the final James Bond movie altogether (not just Craig's), it might be appropriate.
  • w2bondw2bond is indeed a very rare breed
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    Swansong would be appropriate if there was a significant death or 'death', if you catch my drift. Also fits with Dr Swan's name. And it would also keep the alphabetical order of Craig's tenure
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