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chrisisall wrote:
alphaagent wrote:

agreed, absoloutely brilliant, the way he portrays emotion is incredible. The mono-sylibic responses done with such panache. The way he manages to convince us that he has no real skill with ladies with such ease.The lack of expression change in his face whenever anything happens (bar being bashed in the nuts with a rope) brilliant brilliant actor.

Wow, my sarcasm indicator just started going crazy...   ajb007/confused

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raptors_887 wrote:

Please no! I hate Clive Owen.

Did he hit you or something?

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He's very annoying.

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raptors_887 wrote:

He's very annoying.

As in, like, he stays over at your house well after you'd wish he'd left? ajb007/confused

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raptors_887 wrote:

He's very annoying.


I concur to this statement.
He's also too old.
How about Richard Armitage? He's off from the hobbit, He's english, a good actor and is very suave. He's 42, I think.My other choices would be Karl Urban, Hugh Jackman, Damian Lewis and Gerald Butler. What do u guys think?

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He has a very silly walk too.  Craig might walk like a chimp, but Owen has a very feminine gait.  I'd hate to see the gun barrel/

In case anyone thinks I dislike Owen.  You can't be more wrong.  I thought he was great in Chancer and Children of Men.  But then we have King Arthur and Bourne and that awful shoot em up thing  ajb007/crap

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James Suzuki wrote:

How about Richard Armitage? He's off from the hobbit, He's english, a good actor and is very suave. He's 42, I think.

Not much chance since Spooks.  He looks more like a villain though.  Although, you could argue the literary Bond fits that bill too.

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Asp9mm wrote:

Craig might walk like a chimp

WHAT?? Ho ho ho! Wow *falls off chair*

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sorry, unexpected

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alphaagent wrote:
Charmed & Dangerous wrote:

Michael Fassbender looked pretty convincing in X-Men First Class...

as a nazi paedophile maybe. This is what I hate about the casting of craig, now as long as the actor is british and unatractive he could be Bond. How about someone of eastenders next. Dear god.

I guess this just proves that we all have different ideas as to who or what would make a good Bond, but I hardly think Fassbender's in the same class as an Eastenders actor.

Trouble is, there's no-one out there who's a shoe-in as Bond in the same way that there was for, say, Brosnan.

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Charmed & Dangerous wrote:
alphaagent wrote:
Charmed & Dangerous wrote:

Michael Fassbender looked pretty convincing in X-Men First Class...

as a nazi paedophile maybe. This is what I hate about the casting of craig, now as long as the actor is british and unatractive he could be Bond. How about someone of eastenders next. Dear god.

I guess this just proves that we all have different ideas as to who or what would make a good Bond, but I hardly think Fassbender's in the same class as an Eastenders actor.

Trouble is, there's no-one out there who's a shoe-in as Bond in the same way that there was for, say, Brosnan.

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Asp9mm wrote:

Clive Owen is a very wooden actor.  The reason Craig has done so well against all odds...... he's a good actor.  We can't slip back after taking so many steps forward.

That's the reason, why you should have stayed away from here....
Twas so much fun without you!  ajb007/wink

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alphaagent wrote:
Charmed & Dangerous wrote:
alphaagent wrote:

as a nazi paedophile maybe. This is what I hate about the casting of craig, now as long as the actor is british and unatractive he could be Bond. How about someone of eastenders next. Dear god.

I guess this just proves that we all have different ideas as to who or what would make a good Bond, but I hardly think Fassbender's in the same class as an Eastenders actor.

Trouble is, there's no-one out there who's a shoe-in as Bond in the same way that there was for, say, Brosnan.

SCOTT ADKINS!

Hate to claim ignorance, but I did not even know who he was (have not seen any of his films).  Since your mention I checked him out on the internet and I would agree, he's the right age, has the right dark looks and can certainly do the fight scenes.

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I remember about a year ago there was this period where everyone seem to suggest Henry Cavill for the next Bond... Not sure what to think of him myself though... I think Craig is probably going to do atleast two more movies...

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Dutchfinger wrote:

I think Craig is probably going to do atleast two more movies...

I predict he will do only one more, then voluntarily bow out.

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It would not surprise me at all if that happened.

chrisisall wrote:
Dutchfinger wrote:

I think Craig is probably going to do atleast two more movies...

I predict he will do only one more, then voluntarily bow out.

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chrisisall wrote:
Dutchfinger wrote:

I think Craig is probably going to do atleast two more movies...

I predict he will do only one more, then voluntarily bow out.

Intresting. What makes you say that? To me he always seems quite dedicated. And in interviews he often mentions that he is pretty thankfull for the part and is willing to continue as long as the producers still want him. Barbara and Michael always seem quite happy with him as well. Of course, the producers were also happy with the previous Bonds. But I don't really have the feeling that Craig would want to voluntarily bow out. Besides the 25th Bond movie is also a pretty special achievement to just bow out on.

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Dutchfinger wrote:

Intresting. What makes you say that? To me he always seems quite dedicated.

I think he's very dedicated, and I believe after one more he'll realise he's almost 50, and he will pull a Dalton & pass the baton.

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CmdrAtticus wrote:
alphaagent wrote:
Charmed & Dangerous wrote:

I guess this just proves that we all have different ideas as to who or what would make a good Bond, but I hardly think Fassbender's in the same class as an Eastenders actor.

Trouble is, there's no-one out there who's a shoe-in as Bond in the same way that there was for, say, Brosnan.

SCOTT ADKINS!

Hate to claim ignorance, but I did not even know who he was (have not seen any of his films).  Since your mention I checked him out on the internet and I would agree, he's the right age, has the right dark looks and can certainly do the fight scenes.


he is also quite charismatic, especially with the ladies. I think he also has the perfect career, in that he isn't too famous an actor.

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There was a time when Owen seemed possible 007 material to me. That moment has sadly passed  ajb007/biggrin
Nowadays he looks a bit goofy, almost doofus-like to me. However, he was great in the BMW 'The Hire' commercials.

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Youknowthename wrote:

There was a time when Owen seemed possible 007 material to me. That moment has sadly passed  ajb007/biggrin
Nowadays he looks a bit goofy, almost doofus-like to me. However, he was great in the BMW 'The Hire' commercials.

He was also great and quite Bond like in the excellent Duplicity.

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I've heard a lot of rumors about Robert Pattinson being interested in the role (Most dating back quite amount of years) A lot of you may scoff at that but would he be a particularly bad choice? Obviously a bit young but if Craig stays on for the next 4 years could Pattinson do it after Craig? Pattinson would be 30 then which may be to young but Lazenby was 30 for OHMSS and Connery was 32 for Dr. No.

He could be a real candidate.

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Could be that the Twilight clips I have seen have me a bit jaded, but Pattinson seems all wrong to me. Something not quite masculine enough about him. I could be surprised, but that's my initial reaction.

ausbondfan wrote:

I've heard a lot of rumors about Robert Pattinson being interested in the role (Most dating back quite amount of years) A lot of you may scoff at that but would he be a particularly bad choice? Obviously a bit young but if Craig stays on for the next 4 years could Pattinson do it after Craig? Pattinson would be 30 then which may be to young but Lazenby was 30 for OHMSS and Connery was 32 for Dr. No.

He could be a real candidate.

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If Pattinson is in the running ,you might as well throw in Justin Bieber.   ajb007/crap

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ausbondfan wrote:

I've heard a lot of rumors about Robert Pattinson being interested in the role (Most dating back quite amount of years) A lot of you may scoff at that but would he be a particularly bad choice? Obviously a bit young but if Craig stays on for the next 4 years could Pattinson do it after Craig? Pattinson would be 30 then which may be to young but Lazenby was 30 for OHMSS and Connery was 32 for Dr. No.

He could be a real candidate.

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Thunderpussy wrote:

If Pattinson is in the running ,you might as well throw in Justin Bieber.   ajb007/crap

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    .....Looking back on all the actors that played the famous thrill seeking secret agent one finds that the role was mostly played with style & panache (with of course the notable exceptions of Sean "slap her" Connery & Timothy "Hamlet" Dalton), though none before have ever reached the pinnacle of Bondian and thespian success that Justin Bieber has in only two movies as the superspy! "I knew I could do it." said Beiber at today's opening of his latest 007 adventure, "Kill Another Week."

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