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Maybe she could play Moneypenny with her own Australian accent, much like Lois Maxwell's Canadian accent?
You're right he's "in talks" for whatever role it is. It could still fall through.
Scotsman playing an Egyptian dressed as a Spaniard, mind.
Nah, it's a great concept so I'd rather see a different take on it. The old film will always be available to watch.
We'll have to agree to disagree here, the original Highlander is pretty much perfect for the type of film it is, imo. What it isn't is a good start to a franchise.
There are some episodes, and story arcs that would have made great feature films. But , as always, the producers dropped the ball on the sequels by disregarding established cannon and continuity.
My frustration with the entire franchise is it’s aimless inconsistency , lapses at logic and an ignoring of cannon.
One thing that I would like for the new producers to do is to create a “ bible” of rules for the Immortal universe, something that can be referred to when plotting stories
Another thing that I want to see is an Immortal gaining a skill after taking the head of another Immortal. Say Connor is struggling to learn how to play the piano or speak another language, after defeating an Immortal who possessed either, he would then have that trait or skill.
The series, though being pretty good, had similar problems with not really being sure what an immortal actually gained by taking the head of another.
I’ve never seen anyone call it perfect before. Lambert’s accent isn’t even that! :)
I think it missed out on showing him living through history, it told us he had but didn’t like to show us.
That’s how I felt when Craig was cast; he was the first Bond actor who was younger than me, by 5 years.
Hoult has real potential and is one of my top candidates at the moment.
I will be turning 42 in July and I’m fairly certain that the next Bond will either be younger than me. My top pick is still Aidan, and he’s roughly at the ideal age, mid- to late 30s.
I still think that if Hoult was older, or at very least looked older, he’d be a fairly good pick. They could do a lot better, but they could also do a lot worse.
Theo can act. He was very good in Archive, and he has the look. I would be fine with him.
Casting the next Bond is a long way off, no matter what the bookmakers tell us.
Don't know him, but I think that like Hoult he's got far more chances to get the role than Tom Hardy or other more famous actors.