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  • SecretAgentMan⁰⁰⁷ wrote: » Close To The Heart. Brilliant ! Shot Through the Heart a great song, but your title even better for a Bond film.
  • echo wrote: » mtm wrote: » There's certainly been some crackers suggested on here in the last few pages: I just want to say I personally enjoy all the ideas so don't be dispirited if there's no big response! I really love Next To Nothing and …
  • Didn't his short-car become something of a tourist attraction ?
  • And the Batman-on-film in the 40s long before the TV Batman - yet another continuity...
    in Batman Comment by Since62 January 27
  • In which case you'll miss out, too.
  • Fire_and_Ice_Returns wrote: » DarthDimi wrote: » This is one I'm looking forward to. Love the Mignola book, love Lovecraft. Oh boy, I'm very excited. I'm also very sad. It'll be the first new animated Batman film I'll be seeing since Kevin's p…
    in Batman Comment by Since62 January 24
  • Scaramanga1974 wrote: » Bryan Cranston Then the name of the film would be The One Who Knocks ???
  • Univex wrote: » SecretAgentMan⁰⁰⁷ wrote: » Jordo007 wrote: » One thing with ATJ is I don't know how he would look as Bond. Surely he'd be clean shaven but would he have Brosnan style longer hair or shorter Craig style hair? If I'm hones…
  • MakeshiftPython wrote: » First generation Bond fans will likely live long enough to see the beginning of the next actor’s run, but most of them probably won’t see how it ends. You speculate, and poorly, while we "first generation Bond fans"…
  • SecretAgentMan⁰⁰⁷ wrote: » Tomorrow's Daylight......a mix of TND & TLD. Heeeey ! You happened to put together a very Bondian title ! Appropriate vague, short, not so many syllables --- verrry nice !
  • Bond in a Monte Carlo ?!!? Ugh ! NOT a Bondian car, and Chevrolet does not even sell one anymore, and has not for a while, and...what ? What's that ? Bond IN Monte Carlo, not in A Monte Carlo ? Oh...I see...Never mind ! (with thanks to the late, gre…
  • I like Lulu, a lot, and it is a shame she was wasted on the theme song for TMWTGG...what dreck.
  • Herr_Stockmann wrote: » SecretAgentMan⁰⁰⁷ wrote: » A Spy And More. I would like to see the word "Spy" used more. "Death", "Kill" have been overused in my opinion and it would be great to have something echoing Bond's profession ("Once Upo…
  • PDJamesBond wrote: » Great pic! I love the aesthetics of this movie. It's set in the 60s but it has a 30s/40s pulp vibe. As of the 1960s some places in the world - including some in "First World" (pls forgive the inherent unstated claims …
  • ColonelSun wrote: » To Walk on Shattered Glass Or should that be: To Walk on Glass Tossed by Shatterhand
  • Last_Rat_Standing wrote: » MI6HQ wrote: » If there's something I would have changed: 1. Make it a standalone film, no returning characters from SPECTRE, no Madeleine, no Blofeld returning, no continuation from SPECTRE, no SP sequel. 2. M…
  • RichardTheBruce wrote: » @TimYorks wrote: I don't believe that its impossible for Bond to escape (from that final NTTD scene). I have some ideas how he could have got off the island after all. Plus obviously Q or someone will have discovered a…
  • If a Bond film were a Nolan film, would some or all the Nolan regulars be in it ? Among others, certain ones come quickly to mind: Michael Caine, Tom Hardy. No, not for the part of Bond. (Please recall Hardy never portrayed the lead with Nolan.) As…
  • M_Blaise wrote: » Kojak007 wrote: » I hope the Nolan rumor is fake, I don't think he would be a good choice, especially if they want to go in a new and maybe lighter direction. I would prefer directors who work both in film and TV, like Mark M…
  • Dragonpol wrote: » Agent_Zero_One wrote: » Spy-Fi Bond goes into space, again. Apparently it nearly happened under Danny Boyle... Oh, good grief...
  • I'll go backwards - NTTD - many complain, but I think it was done well. They were determined to have him die as a tragic hero, and that is the end of the arc of a tragic hero's story. Oh, it could have been cool had Bond switched vials in the fig…
  • Univex wrote: » SecretAgentMan⁰⁰⁷ wrote: » Jordo007 wrote: » One thing with ATJ is I don't know how he would look as Bond. Surely he'd be clean shaven but would he have Brosnan style longer hair or shorter Craig style hair? If I'm hones…
  • The next Bond should be invisible.
  • mtm wrote: » Come Spy With Me then :D Come Die with Me and Come Spy with Me sound like titles from the spy-craze in the 60s - if not films, then paperback books. In fact, I think Come Spy with Me might actually have been used.
  • Since62 wrote: » How about either Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Bond and Lucient Laviscount as the villain, or vice-versa ? How about one as Bond and the other as "villain ? friend ? Hmmmm" and start a series for them, too I thought about it som…
  • How about either Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Bond and Lucient Laviscount as the villain, or vice-versa ? How about one as Bond and the other as "villain ? friend ? Hmmmm" and start a series for them, too
  • SecretAgentMan⁰⁰⁷ wrote: » Your Guess Is As Good As Mine. In a similar vein... Too Soon to Say
  • talos7 wrote: » Mathis1 wrote: » talos7 wrote: » It’s funny, like David Keith and Keith Dave, I tend to confuse Richard Johnson and John Richardson; the latter was said to have screentested for Bond. There is a photo of Peter Hunt d…
  • By the way - why did the jet Bond used to escape the military have such a small amount of fuel in it ? What was the point ? Had Bianca and Bond ALREADY used it for a mission, so it had just a bit left ? If so, a spot of dialogue could have addressed…
  • She met Bond in Miami, and they noticed a guy checking his air buds while playing poker near the pool, always facing the hotel...