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Topic: Bond 24 - DARK OF DAY

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What i want from BOND 24

When a controversial British politician is assassinated and all evidence points to Bonds involvement, James must track down his impostor.

From Iceland through Norway and ending in a dramatic chase of Cat and Mouse through Paris Bond uncovers a terrifying plot by French villainess Szabina (Audrey Tautou) to frame him, infiltrate the British government and declare war on the East.

Also starring Jennifer Lawrence as Norwegen governess Ana

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Very interesting plot and great designs!! Love it  ajb007/smile

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And where Craggy Craig is standing, he'd fit right in with those gargoyles!   ajb007/biggrin

(Edit: I mean, Notre Dame in Paris, not referring to Ms Tatou and Lawrence...   ajb007/crap

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Craig-bashing so early in the morning? Tsk tsk! ajb007/rolleyes

Napoleon Plural wrote:

And where Craggy Craig is standing, he'd fit right in with those gargoyles!   ajb007/biggrin

(Edit: I mean, Notre Dame in Paris, not referring to Ms Tatou and Lawrence...   ajb007/crap

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It's afternoon in City of London where I'm sitting old boy.   ajb007/martini

"This is where we leave you Mr Bond."

Roger Moore 1927-2017

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Of course you're right, old boy! Not that it matters, though, because your Craig-bashing isn't confined by time or space, or anything else for that matter!

Napoleon Plural wrote:

It's afternoon in City of London where I'm sitting old boy.   ajb007/martini

"Felix Leiter, a brother from Langley."

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"Indeed..."

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"This is where we leave you Mr Bond."

Roger Moore 1927-2017

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Very nice work Mrs Malfoy, thanks for sharing  ajb007/martini  It seems many people want a Scaramanga-esque assassin based villainy for Bond 24 and I'm starting to agree with them  ajb007/bond

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Blackleiter wrote:

Of course you're right, old boy! Not that it matters, though, because your Craig-bashing isn't confined by time or space, or anything else for that matter!

Napoleon Plural wrote:

It's afternoon in City of London where I'm sitting old boy.   ajb007/martini

Want to give us your opinion about Roger Moore so you feel better? ajb007/biggrin

On topic: Nice artwork, very well done. It is cool to see that every one is so exited already about Bond 24.

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Ah well joking aside, nice artwork and brilliant plot. Guess Paris thing is a bit Bourne one, but a Scandi location would be good. A bit downbeat after SF I guess, it's a depressing area, but v much in vogue these days, drama wise.

It is amazing that the Kremlin golden domes have never been in a Bond film, save footage of early TSWLM (or was it MR) with Gogol. I went to Moscow in April in the late 1980s and it made a big impression against the rich dark blue morning sky.

"This is where we leave you Mr Bond."

Roger Moore 1927-2017

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Agreed lovely art work. Although I do wonder if Bond 24
will fall in to the trap the fourth Bond film tends to end
up as.  A little too much over the top.

Thunderball,  Moonraker,  Die another Day.   ajb007/lol

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The title feels like a poorly shortened phrase to me, but otherwise I like the ideas. Jennifer Lawrence is adorable off-screen and good at her job, so I'm open to her involvement in the right context.

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Dark of Day? I'm guessing that's some sort of reference to the short day times that Norway has during the winter? Or am I reading too much into it?

Either way great concept and nice artwork. Now you need to track down Babs and Mike and pitch it to them!  ajb007/lol

Smiert Spionam

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First of all I'll state the blindingly obvious: nice choice of locations  ajb007/biggrin

I also like the title! Some might fear Another "Day" in a Bond title, but I like it.

Smiert Spionam mentioned the dark winter days in Norway - and yes, they are. When I did my military service in northern Norway, it could be dark 23 hours a day.
I have two questions about the plot: why on earth would the UK start a war on "the East"? It's pure lunacy and it would take far more than a politician "infiltrating" the government to pull this off! Second, why is Ana a governess? and for whom?

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Good ideas Mrs Malfoy. I too like the idea of a top assassin for Bond to be up against. Or how about a husband & wife killing duo? Okay, a bit MR & MRS SMITH perhaps, but I think it has potential.

DARK OF DAY? Interesting title. I've heard many worse suggestions. If it's a linked story could BOND 25 be called LIGHT OF NIGHT?

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I would like to see a assasin with the backstory of "Red" Grant played by Mikael Persbrandt.

http://whatsupmalmo.se/images/content/article/418_mikael_persbrandt_spelar_tuff_i_hamilton.jpg

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Love the political element - this is something I'd love to see in a Bond film!

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The "war" with the east would not have to be "open war" involving military action but a behind the scenes spy vs spy war.

Similar to FRWL.

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That makes more sense, yes.

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BIG TAM wrote:

Good ideas Mrs Malfoy. I too like the idea of a top assassin for Bond to be up against. Or how about a husband & wife killing duo? Okay, a bit MR & MRS SMITH perhaps, but I think it has potential.

DARK OF DAY? Interesting title. I've heard many worse suggestions. If it's a linked story could BOND 25 be called LIGHT OF NIGHT?

Wouldn't WHITE NIGHTS be a better sequel title? Isn't that what nordic nights with the midnight sun is called? and White Knight was 007's codename in the PTS of TND?

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Number24 wrote:

I would like to see a assasin with the backstory of "Red" Grant played by Mikael Persbrandt.

http://whatsupmalmo.se/images/content/article/418_mikael_persbrandt_spelar_tuff_i_hamilton.jpg

Does he do a good Aughnacloy accent?

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I doubt it ajb007/lol , but it wasn't his geographical background I was thinking of. I ment he was a serial killer with strong urges to kill, and the main villan helps and protects him in exchange of his services as an assassin. Sort of Dexter if he was working for Quantum.

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The DVD cover looks like David Blaine in the ice cube!  ajb007/lol

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Girl With The Dragon Tattoo anyone?

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I'm afraid "Dark of Day" does not ring well in my ears, perhaps it just reminds me too much of "Dark of the Moon", another stupid phrase which made absolutely no sense!

Otherwise I like your ideas though!

JediM

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