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AlphaOmegaSin wrote:

Silhouetteman, there is something about him...

Are you referrng to my villainous status or the nature of my posts, AlphaOmegaSin? Pray tell.  ajb007/insane

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Not sure about Bruce Willis. I don't think it would work.

But I think it depends what we want in our Bond villain(s) for Bond 24. Do we want a physical challenge to Bond like Alec in GE or Sanchez in LTK. Or do you want a more old fashioned "Evil Mastermind" like Blofeld or Stromberg?

I'd like to see the latter but not in a campy way. Maybe a brilliant but much younger Bond villain could work. Between 28 and 40. Someone who doesn't get his hands dirty but has a finger in everything that goes around in the plot. Depending on his nationality and role in the movie there are hundreds of possible actors to be cast.

1. Ohmss   2. Frwl   3. Op   4. Tswlm   5. Tld   6. Ge  7. Yolt 8. Lald   9. Cr   10. Ltk   11. Dn   12. Gf   13. Qos   14. Mr   15. Tmwtgg   16. Fyeo   17. Twine   18. Sf   19. Tb   20 Tnd   21. Spectre   22 Daf   23. Avtak   24. Dad

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If not Bruce Willis then Why not Bruce Forsythe.  ajb007/bond

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Thunderpussy wrote:

If not Bruce Willis then Why not Bruce Forsythe.  ajb007/bond

Too expensive.

Not only does brucie demand only the finest nosh back stage, plus payment in either bullion or oddly South Korean real estate, but you'd also have to pay the guy who operates mr forsythe from behind the scenes.

Hmmm, Bond villain..... someone who looks unassuming, potentially lethal, has an evil sidekick/mistress, hell bent on world domination, has some form of company or charity foundation as a front, makes a bloody big mess, gets caught but ultimately gets away with it leaving the door open for a possible comeback....?
http://i1075.photobucket.com/albums/w435/minigeff/DE2BBF1B-D9A6-47F8-9E72-A71F0A383466-17777-000005524CD6E14F_zpsc23f24f8.jpg

Or, if its a blofeld-esque eye deformity, wobbly jawwed blundering buffoon who gobs off and gives the whole plot away within the first 5mins, likes armchairs and stroking any pussy unfortunate enough to come within his grasp;
http://i1075.photobucket.com/albums/w435/minigeff/632350BD-B996-4C10-B701-953E7A94C068-17777-0000055252CA9DF4_zpscbabf279.jpg

Or how about a woman, again acting under a veil of Christian values only to secretly harbour hoarding cash, offing her husband, spawning evil offspring and making sure she's got every finger and toe in every dirty, bent, stolen and forged pie in the whole of landan tarn;
http://i1075.photobucket.com/albums/w435/minigeff/3A3E289F-FB26-4B4E-8435-4C997D11E283-17777-00000555D91920DF_zps36afc28a.jpg

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I want to see a villain who escaped out of a psychiatric Ward, he'll be more crazier then Silva, Joker etc. This would also give an excuse for his absolutely Bonkers plan. I've already planned his introduction scene out...
Bond is wanting to see the villain. He's chasing the villain through a weird skyscraper full of criminal activities such as Illegal Gambling, Brothels etc. This chase runs for five minutes until he rushes into a huge, lit up social room (with a big empty space in the middle). The henchman has disappeared and he walks around all Bondian with his PPK out. Suddenly all the lights go out in a creepy moment and Bond is attacked from the behind, he falls on to the ground and his gun is taken away from him. The room is in total darkness. Then music starts playing (I was thinking something like Ma Baker Boney M). Bond is really dazed and he tries to stand up when a door opens and light rushes in. The villain, whose totally lost his marbles is dancing towards Bond. The room then starts flashing really fast like a disco as the Villain (with heaps of woman around him of course) madly dances with Bond totally confused . The woman and also some men as well who appear (with the villains help) ties Bond up. Then the villain with his henchman dance around 007 with the flashing lights still pounding on. Bond slowly starts to lose it as the music gets louder. His hands are ties up so he cannot block his ears and soon they pick him and start crowd-surfing him. Bond starts to yell then scream, its torturing him. Then the lights go out, the people leave but the villain stays, laughing.
Well, that's how I picture it. What do you think?

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SILHOUETTE MAN wrote:
AlphaOmegaSin wrote:

Silhouetteman, there is something about him...

Are you referrng to my villainous status or the nature of my posts, AlphaOmegaSin? Pray tell.  ajb007/insane

Villainous Nature  ajb007/lol


Not only does brucie demand only the finest nosh back stage, plus payment in either bullion or oddly South Korean real estate, but you'd also have to pay the guy who operates mr forsythe from behind the scenes.

Is any of that true?

Last edited by AlphaOmegaSin (8th Apr 2013 06:03)

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Thunderpussy wrote:

Actors can play many parts, James Suzuki  ajb007/lol
It may be a bit left field but I think these type
of actors would relish a chance to play something
different.  ajb007/biggrin

How you doing TP ? I rewatched Sky fall again today and I was thinking to myself it may indeed be # 2 on my list after Majesty as well. One damn fine Bond film indeed. Silva is hands down the best Bond villian since the 60's.  I like the idea of Christoph Walz as the head of quantum petting a cat wearing a diamond choker.

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Thunderpussy wrote:

Actors can play many parts, James Suzuki  ajb007/lol
It may be a bit left field but I think these type
of actors would relish a chance to play something
different.  ajb007/biggrin

How you doing TP ? I rewatched Sky fall again today and I was thinking to myself it may indeed be # 2 on my list after Majesty as well. One damn fine Bond film indeed. Silva is hands down the best Bond villian since the 60's.  I like the idea of Christoph Walz as the head of quantum petting a cat wearing a diamond choker.

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I've wanted to see Bond go up against a Post Apocalyptic Doomsday Cult who want to destroy the World. Would be pretty interesting.

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AlphaOmegaSin wrote:
SILHOUETTE MAN wrote:
AlphaOmegaSin wrote:

Silhouetteman, there is something about him...

Are you referrng to my villainous status or the nature of my posts, AlphaOmegaSin? Pray tell.  ajb007/insane

Villainous Nature  ajb007/lol


Not only does brucie demand only the finest nosh back stage, plus payment in either bullion or oddly South Korean real estate, but you'd also have to pay the guy who operates mr forsythe from behind the scenes.

Is any of that true?

Me? A villain. Well, I do stroke a kitten of mine occasionally...there the similarity ends... ajb007/lol

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I've noticed that there hasn't been many american main villains at all. Let's see:

Blofeld from OHMSS
Dr Kananga
Max Zorin
Brad Whittaker (if you even count him as the main villain - I don't)

That's it!

So time for an american bond villain I think.
I want Harrison Ford. He usually plays the good guy. (Has he even ever played a villain?) He's my favourite actor, and given his age, I think he'd make a great head of quantum (That's if they don't make the head of quantum a woman which I also think would be a good idea).

1 - Avtak, 2 - Op, 3 - Ltk, 4 - Lald, 5 - Fyeo, 6 - Ohmss, 7 - Sf, 8 - Dn, 9 - Ge, 10 - Daf, 11 - Tmwtgg, 12 - Tswlm, 13 - Mr, 14 - Tld, 15 - Yolt, 16 - Sp, 17 - Gf, 18 - Frwl, 19 - Dad, 20 - Qos, 21 - Tnd, 22 - Twine, 23 - Tb, 24 - Cr

1 - Moore, 2 - Dalton, 3 - Craig, 4 - Connery, 5 - Brosnan, 6 - Lazenby

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Harrison Ford played a villain of sorts against Daniel Craig in Cowboys & Aliens.

Jarvio wrote:

I've noticed that there hasn't been many american main villains at all. Let's see:

Blofeld from OHMSS
Dr Kananga
Max Zorin
Brad Whittaker (if you even count him as the main villain - I don't)

That's it!

So time for an american bond villain I think.
I want Harrison Ford. He usually plays the good guy. (Has he even ever played a villain?) He's my favourite actor, and given his age, I think he'd make a great head of quantum (That's if they don't make the head of quantum a woman which I also think would be a good idea).

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Blackleiter wrote:

Harrison Ford played a villain of sorts against Daniel Craig in Cowboys & Aliens.

Jarvio wrote:

I've noticed that there hasn't been many american main villains at all. Let's see:

Blofeld from OHMSS
Dr Kananga
Max Zorin
Brad Whittaker (if you even count him as the main villain - I don't)

That's it!

So time for an american bond villain I think.
I want Harrison Ford. He usually plays the good guy. (Has he even ever played a villain?) He's my favourite actor, and given his age, I think he'd make a great head of quantum (That's if they don't make the head of quantum a woman which I also think would be a good idea).

I was thinking about that. But he kind of turns good throughout the film... still the closest I've seen him to playing a villain though.

1 - Avtak, 2 - Op, 3 - Ltk, 4 - Lald, 5 - Fyeo, 6 - Ohmss, 7 - Sf, 8 - Dn, 9 - Ge, 10 - Daf, 11 - Tmwtgg, 12 - Tswlm, 13 - Mr, 14 - Tld, 15 - Yolt, 16 - Sp, 17 - Gf, 18 - Frwl, 19 - Dad, 20 - Qos, 21 - Tnd, 22 - Twine, 23 - Tb, 24 - Cr

1 - Moore, 2 - Dalton, 3 - Craig, 4 - Connery, 5 - Brosnan, 6 - Lazenby

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Harrison Ford Plays the villan in "What lies beneath" (2000)

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Number24 wrote:

Harrison Ford Plays the villan in "What lies beneath" (2000)

So he does. I haven't seen that film in years

1 - Avtak, 2 - Op, 3 - Ltk, 4 - Lald, 5 - Fyeo, 6 - Ohmss, 7 - Sf, 8 - Dn, 9 - Ge, 10 - Daf, 11 - Tmwtgg, 12 - Tswlm, 13 - Mr, 14 - Tld, 15 - Yolt, 16 - Sp, 17 - Gf, 18 - Frwl, 19 - Dad, 20 - Qos, 21 - Tnd, 22 - Twine, 23 - Tb, 24 - Cr

1 - Moore, 2 - Dalton, 3 - Craig, 4 - Connery, 5 - Brosnan, 6 - Lazenby

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PPK 7.65mm wrote:

Count me in for Sir Anthony Hopkins as well. Originally he was suppost to play Alec Trevelyan in Goldeneye, when the earlier script had Trevelyan written as a more of a mentor to Bond than a partner.

I've never heard that before. Most fascinating! I wonder if Sir Anthony was considered for any other Bond films before or since? Would be interesting to find out. I remember a word-of-mouth rumour that linked Sir Anthony to a possible Bond film called Icebreaker where Bond went up afgainst the IRA in part in 1999. No idea where that particular rumour actually came from, but the IRA reference doesn't sound all that credible.

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How about Idris Elba as the new Buonaparte Ignace Gallia - the new Mr Big as Fleming intended in a new version of Live and Let Die the novel a la Casino Royale in 2006. I'm all for it - but I expect the article posted in this sub-forum by perdogg a while back is just educated speculation on the part of the author.

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I would love to see Guy Pierce as the head of Quantum. He was so good in Count of Monte Cristo. So very despicably Hateable.

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AlphaOmegaSin wrote:
SILHOUETTE MAN wrote:
AlphaOmegaSin wrote:

Silhouetteman, there is something about him...

Are you referrng to my villainous status or the nature of my posts, AlphaOmegaSin? Pray tell.  ajb007/insane

Villainous Nature  ajb007/lol


Not only does brucie demand only the finest nosh back stage, plus payment in either bullion or oddly South Korean real estate, but you'd also have to pay the guy who operates mr forsythe from behind the scenes.

Is any of that true?

Perhaps my villainous nature comes from the fact that I have a black and white sugar skull as an avatar. All very Raoul Silva and Baron Samedi rolled into one there!  ajb007/lol  ajb007/amazed

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I have to admit,SILHOUETTE MAN . I thought it was a SM mask.   ajb007/lol
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Thunderpussy wrote:

I have to admit,SILHOUETTE MAN . I thought it was a SM mask.   ajb007/lol
"Everyone needs a Hobby "   ajb007/tongue

No, I leave that sort of thing to Old Ian and Ann and their type of sexual perversion, as much as I love ILF of course!  ajb007/lol

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Anything Two, three or four people want to do in the privacy of their
own home is there business.    ajb007/lol

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Thunderpussy wrote:

Anything Two, three or four people want to do in the privacy of their
own home is there business.    ajb007/lol

Until I put the film on the web ajb007/cool

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Thunderpussy wrote:

Anything Two, three or four people want to do in the privacy of their
own home is there business.    ajb007/lol

I will not break the law. I'll say that now.  ajb007/lol

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SILHOUETTE MAN wrote:
Thunderpussy wrote:

Anything Two, three or four people want to do in the privacy of their
own home is there business.    ajb007/lol

I will not break the law. I'll say that now.  ajb007/lol

Then its no fun  ajb007/shifty

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