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Thank you @gt007! It's sorted - you now have dots and underscores!
No it was good chemistry but not sexual chemistry until the end. Rog is very protective of Melina because she is grieving and screwed up with revenge. He is sort of a father figure to her and as others have said she is mature for her age. But she always seemed very occupied with marine archaeology and her chosen career. And a little bit of a loner.
When his mission finished I suspect they went off to their separate lives without a backward glance.
I like most, had no problem with FYEO and am surprised that he was so much older than her. Jane Seymour was much younger too but no problem here because Moore looked so much younger than his 45 years.
I was surprised at the age difference between Bond and the girl in the Brosnan films. I just never thought about it at the time.
As for Moneypenny, the reason they finally let Lois Maxwell go because it would have been weird seeing a 50+ Moneypenny pinning for Dalton in TLD
Great informative post. thanks for posting the list.
I wasn't aware Bouquet was as young as she was at the time, I had her down as early to mid 30's at the earliest, she had the greatest age gap for Bond at 30 years it said, but there was some chemistry between actors/characters and I thought it all worked out rather well
Some have said they don't necessarily want young girls in the role anymore, well that is dependant on a persons perspective maybe age related, there will be 20 somethings who want to see 20 somethings (bond girls), 30 somethings who may want 30 somethings etc in that capacity. All I know is I don't want them too young, not too old either, we've seen some different types down the years and different Bonds to go with them that will arouse debate just as it has done here
Along with the villains this is something I was thinking about doing. It may not be done for any time up to a month but I'm promise I'll get around to doing something.
Exactly, Moore was the same way. I honestly didn't have a problem with Stacy Sutton with 57 year old Moore either. She's an adult, and Bond's a playboy, so he's just going for the best tail in town that's all.
That would be a 25-year gap, by far the largest in the DC era.
I am not holding my breath that Cara will be cast.
Mel Gibson and his girlfriend Rosalind Ross.
He's 62 she's 27.
Beat that JB :)
Imho it really doesn't matter about age. That's really just a number and we all age differently. Rather, it's more dependent on physical attributes and condition for the movies.
In real life one should add mental & emotional compatibility and maturity as well.
Bibi is meant to be much younger though. And she acts much younger too.