The name's 25. Bond 25, or rather, it's NTTD.

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  • MurdockMurdock Mr. 2000
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    One life to Live.
  • HASEROTHASEROT has returned like the tedious inevitability of an unloved season---
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    "One Life To Live" is a pretty good title. I would rather though that they leave out the words: Live, Die, and Kill.
  • edited October 2014 Posts: 655
    Ive just thought of some more.
    A way we Die

    Spy of Shadows


  • Posts: 1
    For Queen and Country
  • MurdockMurdock Mr. 2000
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    HASEROT wrote: »
    Murdock wrote: »
    One life to Live.


    D'OH! >:P
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    Ive got a question, when could bond 24 title be announced. As skyfall announced in novmber 3rd. THATS 2 WEEKS ON MONDAY GUYS!!!!!

    Could be announced then or maybe not for several months into next year.

  • Pajan005Pajan005 Stockholm, Sweden
    edited October 2014 Posts: 432
    How about merging Shatterhand and Hammerhead together. Something like Shatterhead
  • Bounine wrote: »
    Ive got a question, when could bond 24 title be announced. As skyfall announced in novmber 3rd. THATS 2
    WEEKS ON MONDAY GUYS!!!!!

    Could be announced then or maybe not for several months into next year.

    Carnt see it been moonths into next year myself. As they begin filming end of this year, and they'll have to be annocuning the cast officialy, and when they do, the title is revealed.

  • Posts: 12,363
    Bond 24 titles. My made up titles. Although it could be Risico or Property of a lady, below are some of my titles I thought of. Some may be bad and good. Let me know what you think. I will update over time.

    Shadowy Service.
    The last bullet counts
    Time never lasts
    A way of death
    Kill once again

    Walecs wrote: »
    I kinda like Shadowy Service.

    I like it too. And Time Never Lasts.

    Risen Devil (as opposed to a fallen agel?). Maybe sounds too much like TDKR.
  • Posts: 153
    B L O F E L D..with 007 under the O. Gives away the character in the film but I want "him" back. It's time. :)
  • echoecho 007 in New York
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    It's so difficult to come up with original titles. Fleming was quite good at it; it was perhaps his finest talent.
  • bondjamesbondjames You were expecting someone else?
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    This is not an easy exercise, because the best titles have always had something to do with the plot. We don't know the plot yet. Unfortunately, when we do, the title will be revealed by then...

    I like "For Queen and Country" from above, or "For England". That at least covers most of the plots...

    Or "Her Majesty's Last Line of Defence"
  • bondjamesbondjames You were expecting someone else?
    edited October 2014 Posts: 23,883
    Or "Kill or be Killed" or "Protector of the Realm" which someone suggested on page 1
  • Posts: 12,363
    My one and only issue with Queen and Country: it is already the name of a spy series of novels and graphic novels. And a great one, I might add.
  • WalecsWalecs On Her Majesty's Secret Service
    edited October 2014 Posts: 2,975
    Ludovico wrote: »
    My one and only issue with Queen and Country: it is already the name of a spy series of novels and graphic novels. And a great one, I might add.

    Are "Queen and Country" good? They're made by Greg Rucka (the author of the Perfect Dark novels) aren't they?
    Should I read them?
  • Considering my preferred title is Forever Is Not Enough and a comment said Forever shouldn't be used in future Bond titles I would like to say the following. Forever has only been used once with DAF and not used since. Therefore, I would hope the writers would be creative with future titles or they could simply used chapter names from Flemings books.

    Therefore, if people don't like Forever, Death, Gun, Kill or Diamonds then the following titles wouldn't have happened. GF, TMWTGG, GE, as oh no we have used Gold three times. Kill has been used twice, Diamonds once and Death hasn't and Die has been used twice and Dies once.






  • edited October 2014 Posts: 1,482
    Has to be something that doesn't sound cheesy. I refer, once more, to earlier suggestions:

    STORMWEAVER

    ONCE THE DAYBREAK IS DONE

    LIFE IS A NEVERLASTING GAME

  • Posts: 1
    How about THE UNDERTAKER'S WIND? Fleming mentioned it a few times in the books. Quite evocative.
  • zebrafishzebrafish <°)))< in Octopussy's garden in the shade
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    No. Sounds like a fart-joke.
  • Posts: 12,363
    Walecs wrote: »
    Ludovico wrote: »
    My one and only issue with Queen and Country: it is already the name of a spy series of novels and graphic novels. And a great one, I might add.

    Are "Queen and Country" good? They're made by Greg Rucka (the author of the Perfect Dark novels) aren't they?
    Should I read them?

    Absolutely! They are amazing.
  • Blood On A Golden Dollar. Bullet For Hire. Seven On The Red. Where Danger Lies. The Man With Seven Faces. Rouge Dragon. Shadow Man. Love And Death In Rome.
  • MurdockMurdock Mr. 2000
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    Death and Redemption, Shadow of the Red Sky, New World Order.
  • BirdlesonBirdleson San Jose, CAModerator
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    Several of the great Fleming titles (DR. NO, GOLDFINGER, THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN) bore the make of the villain, obviously. I'd like to see that again. COLONEL SUN, or a new villain with a cool marquee sounding name or moniker.
  • zebrafishzebrafish <°)))< in Octopussy's garden in the shade
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    scouse007 wrote: »
    Seven On The Red
    Excellent!

  • edited October 2014 Posts: 1,482
    'The Undertaker's Wind'
    zebrafish wrote: »
    No. Sounds like a fart-joke.

    Exactly

    :|
  • scouse007 wrote: »
    Blood On A Golden Dollar. Bullet For Hire. Seven On The Red. Where Danger Lies. The Man With Seven Faces. Rouge Dragon. Shadow Man. Love And Death In Rome.

    They sound like spaghetti westerns

  • Birdleson wrote: »
    Several of the great Fleming titles (DR. NO, GOLDFINGER, THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN) bore the make of the villain, obviously. I'd like to see that again. COLONEL SUN, or a new villain with a cool marquee sounding name or moniker.

    I could go with that. Is 'Colonel Sun' available to them? Not that it'll probably be useful this time around...

    I also like the OHMSS/FYEO style of title. Charlie Higson's young Bond 'By Royal Command' was a great title I thought - something like that?

  • zebrafishzebrafish <°)))< in Octopussy's garden in the shade
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    Colonel Sun already was a villain in DAD (named Colonel Tan-Sun Moon), I think they meant it as a nod to the novel.

    "By Royal Command" is a great title. Maybe EON should hire Charlie Higson for a brainstorming session with P&W.
  • Been a long time since we've had a film named after the villain. I think 'That Bloke What Done That Thing What James Bond Don't Agree With' would work quite nicely. It's different.
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