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Hinx was one of the more popular elements of Spectre. If we get Craig back, I hope we get Hinx back, but make him incredibly verbose this time.

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Although, I'm a little upset that no one  has yet mentioned the terrible trauma  and
ordeal  that Mrs Hinx and all the little Hinx's are having to deal with.  ajb007/wink

“I didn’t lose a friend, I just realised I never had one.”

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Thunderpussy wrote:

Although, I'm a little upset that no one  has yet mentioned the terrible trauma  and
ordeal  that Mrs Hinx and all the little Hinx's are having to deal with.  ajb007/wink

Is that Jinx Hinx? I was at school with her.  ajb007/biggrin  ajb007/martini

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Jinx Hinx was a Minx , played golf on tne links but was so bad, she stinks.  ajb007/biggrin

“I didn’t lose a friend, I just realised I never had one.”

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Jinx Hinx does not approve of this post.

Dalton & Connery rule. Brozz was cool. Craig is too.
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One less stocking  to hang by the fireplace  this Christmass at the Hinx residence.  ajb007/crap
one less present under the tree,
one less cheek to kiss goodnight from the children
one name scratched of the spectre lottery  ticket  pool.

“I didn’t lose a friend, I just realised I never had one.”

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I believe, that with the way things are moving in the franchise at the time; Hinx probably busted his teeth and broke his jaw, and that's it. After getting a proper prosthesis (the kind that fits in with his thumbs...) to fix these problems, he will return in the B25.....

"I mean, she almost kills bond...with her ass."
-Mr Arlington Beech

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chrisisall wrote:
sniperUK wrote:
chrisisall wrote:

Overreacting a bit here aren't we? ajb007/biggrin

Exactly what I think , what bit of the whole Blofeld bit wasn't Austin /Dr Evil ?

He never put his pinky to his lower lip. ajb007/lol

It's a matter of degrees.  Austin Powers was in many ways more of a spoof of the Bond spoofs -- Matt Helm, Derek Flint, The Avengers, and so forth -- than Bond, though some elements, like Dr. Evil, clearly are derived from the Bond universe.

But arguing that somehow we can't revisit old ideas is like arguing Star Trek is over because of Galaxy Quest or any number of detective movies are over because of The Naked Gun series.  It's not the idea but the execution.

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We never did see a body after he so quickly departed the train. So if you go by "Hollywood Rules" no body means he isn't dead.

Some people would complain even if you hang them with a new rope

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As others have suggested, Hinx is alive and well if the upcoming writers/directors/producers want him to be. If DC leaves and CW chooses not to return, then I think we've likely seen the last of Hinx, but otherwise I am sure he'll return after all, no one actually saw him die.