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GNT
03-13-2002, 01:33 AM
It has a title!


EON PRODUCTIONS LTD
PINEWOOD STUDIOS
DIE ANOTHER DAY
The Twentieth James Bond Adventure
MGM and producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli of EON Productions announced today that the twentieth film in the legendary James Bond series will be called DIE ANOTHER DAY.

Wilson and Broccoli said, “DIE ANOTHER DAY carries on the tradition of the Ian Fleming stories and reflects the excitement and mystery of our latest script”.

DIE ANOTHER DAY is the twentieth installment of the most successful film franchise in cinema history. Starring Pierce Brosnan (in his fourth film as James Bond) and Halle Berry, the film will be released in the US and the UK on November 22, 2002. Directed by Lee Tamahori, the script was written by Neal Purvis and Robert Wade. DIE ANOTHER DAY also stars Toby Stephens, Rosamund Pike, Rick Yune, John Cleese and Judi Dench.

The film will be released by MGM Distribution Company in North America and through its international distributor, 20th Century Fox.

Cast:

Pierce Brosnan - James Bond
Rosamund Pike - ?
Halle Berry - Jinx
Toby Stephens - Graves
Rick Yune - Zao
Will Yun Lee - Colonel Moon

Terrorism is the theme of the new James Bond film,North Korean terrorism is a key feture in the film.

Die Another Day is to be shot in Hawaii,London, Iceland,Spain and Hong Kong!

Hovercrafts play a key part in the pre-title sequence.

The film will be released in the US and the UK on November 22, 2002!

Thoughts?

Beast
03-13-2002, 01:47 AM
Wow, the titles just keep getting worse and worse, don't they. Ever since they ran out of the names of Ian Flemings actual books the titles have just been getting worse and worse.

The official movies:
Dr No, From Russia With Love, Goldfinger, Thunderball, You Only Live Twice, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Diamonds Are Forever, Live And Let Die, The Man With The Golden Gun, The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker, For Your Eyes Only, Octo*****, A View To A Kill, The Living Daylights, Licence To Kill, GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, and The World Is Not Enough.

Well, hopefully the have a better plotline this time around then the last couple. The Media Baron in Tommorow never dies who is creating the news by causing terrorists attacks was about the worst idea in the whole 19 movie series. Reading up on the plotline for it though, I am highly doubtful.

MTFBWY and HH!!

Jar Jar Binks

Wolfwood319
03-13-2002, 01:58 AM
I'm not a Bond fan, and while I enjoy the Sean Connery flicks, I really have never gotten into the rest. I really have yet to like any of the Brosnan ones, and at this point it seems more like a cash cow than an actual artistic piece. I think those Austin Powers movies were better spy movies than those later Bond films.

warren
03-13-2002, 02:09 AM
well, we just have to see if the show live up to it's predecessor or not !
I sure hope it is better than the last few ....
which have poor plotline ...... which I have to agree with JarJar....

Rollo Tomassi
03-13-2002, 09:00 AM
With the exception of Tomorrow Never Dies, ALL the Bond titles were taken either from the book titles or James Bond Short Story titles. There's even a few story titles left over (Die Another Day might be one of them) but a lot of them sound like Robert Ludlum novels.

I liked Jon Pryce's completely over the top performance of Rupert Murdoch...er..Eliot Carver. Knowing who he was playing made it great. It's like a Citizen Kane for the 21st century. (oooh. I just compared Tomorrow Never Dies to Citizen Kane...BSLOS)


"I'm not a girl...not yet a woman..."

But I was referring to the dead on character impersonation of the two media moguls in the respective films.

JetsAndHeels
03-13-2002, 09:18 AM
I am looking forward to it. I have always enjoyed the Bond films, although sometimes they can be a bit redundant.
Sounds like a good cast, and hopefully the plot will deliver.

Pendo
03-13-2002, 12:04 PM
"Die Another Day", what sort of a title is THAT!!!!??? Now I think I'd rather have the "Beyond the Ice" or whatever it was rumored to be called.

Although I don't like the title, spoiler reports sound promising. I'm also pleased with the casting, I like Halle Berry (SHE'S A GOOD ACTRESS SITHDROID!!!!!:D).


PENDO!

stillakid
03-13-2002, 12:11 PM
What about James Bond 20: Attack of the Cl....


Oh wait, that's been taken.

Jayspawn
03-13-2002, 02:17 PM
Hmm. Interesting title. Oh, maybe I'll see it.

Jek Porky 2002
03-13-2002, 05:02 PM
Basic story line (Spoilers)

Opening Sequence- Bond in some knid of race either in his car or any other form of transport, or he will have to make a quick gettaway from an exploding enemy base.

Then there will be the musical sequence with a load of funny shapes, colours and women turning into guns and stuff, it will also have a very raspy brass wind tune with a woman with a strong voice singing, then a pistol will fire and out will come the title of the film, WOW, didn't see that coming!

Then it'll pick up either a few months or a couple of years later with Bond going to see M, as he arives he'll have a breif flirtacious conversation with miss Moneypenny, then he'll meet M and she'll tell him about his next mission. Then he'll go to see Q's replacement who will talk him through a series of silly gadgets such as exploding pens and deodorent cans with cameras in them, then at the end of the scene there will be a slapstick joke such as Bond uses the camera to look at a lady who is bending over or somebady will trip over some exploding dental floss.

Then he goes on the mission meets a woman that at first makes out she hates him but eventually falls into bed with him, either at a cassino or whilst hiding in some far eastern country.

Then he'll be captured by some obscure bad guy called Catterninetails or something like that, who'll leave him alone to die on a convierbelt heading towards a big stamper, then just by luck Bond has something in his pocket, but oh no, he can't quite reach it, but eventually he does and he manages to throw it into the machine and stop it, phew what a relief.

Then at the end him and the girl are inside a building that is either filling up with toxic gas, filling with water or timed to explode, good job it's only timed other wise they would be in trouble! They finally get out, and well that's it, hope I dindn't give too much away!

Oh yeah, and along the way they will visit a number of differnt locations.

Pendo
03-13-2002, 05:51 PM
Originally posted by Jek Porky 2002
Basic story line (Spoilers)

Opening Sequence- Bond in some knid of race either in his car or any other form of transport, or he will have to make a quick gettaway from an exploding enemy base.

Then there will be the musical sequence with a load of funny shapes, colours and women turning into guns and stuff, it will also have a very raspy brass wind tune with a woman with a strong voice singing, then a pistol will fire and out will come the title of the film, WOW, didn't see that coming!

Then it'll pick up either a few months or a couple of years later with Bond going to see M, as he arives he'll have a breif flirtacious conversation with miss Moneypenny, then he'll meet M and she'll tell him about his next mission. Then he'll go to see Q's replacement who will talk him through a series of silly gadgets such as exploding pens and deodorent cans with cameras in them, then at the end of the scene there will be a slapstick joke such as Bond uses the camera to look at a lady who is bending over or somebady will trip over some exploding dental floss.

Then he goes on the mission meets a woman that at first makes out she hates him but eventually falls into bed with him, either at a cassino or whilst hiding in some far eastern country.

Then he'll be captured by some obscure bad guy called Catterninetails or something like that, who'll leave him alone to die on a convierbelt heading towards a big stamper, then just by luck Bond has something in his pocket, but oh no, he can't quite reach it, but eventually he does and he manages to throw it into the machine and stop it, phew what a relief.

Then at the end him and the girl are inside a building that is either filling up with toxic gas, filling with water or timed to explode, good job it's only timed other wise they would be in trouble! They finally get out, and well that's it, hope I dindn't give too much away!

Oh yeah, and along the way they will visit a number of differnt locations.

Well I don't have to go an see the film now do I? You've totaly spoilt the plot! :mad: LOL!

For real "Die Another Day" spoiler information check out bond20.com (http://www.bond20.com) there is some interesting information.

PENDO!

Mandalorian Candidat
03-13-2002, 07:10 PM
I'm a really big fan of the Bond series, but at this point the movies' titles should be more reflective of the age of the series. Some suggestions:

"You Only Use DependsTwice"
"Pruneraker"
"From Geritol With Love"
"The Doctor Who Euthanized Me"
"For Your Cataracts Only"


:D :D :D

stillakid
03-13-2002, 07:28 PM
It's too bad Schwartzenegar was in it, but True Lies was a better Bond film than most Bond films.

Beast
03-13-2002, 07:36 PM
Originally posted by stillakid
It's too bad Schwartzenegar was in it, but True Lies was a better Bond film than most Bond films.
LOL, sad but true. True Lies was one of the best Spy movies in years, and I hope the sequel is just as good. I worry that they are gonna water down the terrorist angle to movies like this due to 9/11 though. They really need to cut the PC stuff, sure it was a tragedy, but ask any professional psychologist. They will say that watching terrorists in movies like these get what they deserve is an incredible release on our fears and tensions. That's why rentals of the Die Hard films and True Lies, etc. after9/11 increased by a massive number.

MTFBWY and HH!!

Jar Jar Binks

Lobito
03-13-2002, 08:07 PM
DIE ANOTHER DAY is the twentieth installment of the most successful film franchise in cinema history. Starring Pierce Brosnan (in his fourth film as James Bond) and Halle Berry, the film will be released in the US and the UK on November 22, 2002. Directed by Lee Tamahori, the script was written by Neal Purvis and Robert Wade. DIE ANOTHER DAY also stars Toby Stephens, Rosamund Pike, Rick Yune, John Cleese and Judi Dench.


Dr No, From Russia With Love, Goldfinger, Thunderball, You Only Live Twice, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Diamonds Are Forever, Live And Let Die, The Man With The Golden Gun, The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker, For Your Eyes Only, Octo*****, A View To A Kill, The Living Daylights, Licence To Kill, GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, and The World Is Not Enough.

Isnt "Never Say Never again" a Bond movie also?? That means this would be the 21st Bond movie.:eek: :D

Beast
03-13-2002, 08:28 PM
Originally posted by Lobito
Isnt "Never Say Never again" a Bond movie also?? That means this would be the 21st Bond movie.:eek: :D
It's complex, you see "Never Say Never Again" is an un-official James Bond movie. It is actually a re-make/alternative version of Thunderball. Neither it or "Casino Royale" count twords the offical number of movies. This site has alot of info about all the movies: http://www.mjnewton.demon.co.uk/bond/films.htm , and here is the info about this strange case. Note that it comes from both films info about the case, so there is some repetition of info between the two paragraphs.:


The novel approach: As a novel "Thunderball" has a long and complicated history. It started life in the late 50s as a story for an original James Bond film that was developed by Ian Fleming, together with Kevin McClory, Ivar Bryce and Ernest Cuneo. Later a writer called Jack Whittingham was brought in to complete the screenplay. When the film fell through, Fleming adapted the story into his next novel but failed to acknowledge his co-developers. McClory sued Fleming for plagiarism and false attribution. The case was eventually settled out of court, with the result that all future editions of the novel should credit McClory and Whittingham for their contribution, and the assignment of the film rights to McClory. McClory was keen to turn his rights into a film, but realised the futility of going into competition with the successful EON series. This resulted in a deal where Thunderball became the fourth film, which was produced by Kevin McClory and simply "presented by" Harry Saltzman and Cubby Broccoli. Of course, McClory later remade the film as Never Say Never Again in 1983 and claimed the rights to Blofeld and SPECTRE since they were created for the film that became "Thunderball", preventing their inclusion in The Spy Who Loved Me. Thunderball is generally a faithful adaptation of the story as it appeared in Fleming's novel. The main change is the addition of Fiona Volpe and a different method used by SPECTRE to hijack the atomic bombs (replacing the original NATO observer with someone who has undergone plastic surgery, instead of simply bribing the observer himself). Also Domino's surname is Vitali in the book, whereas it was changed to Derval for the film.

Background: As explained in the article on Thunderball, Ian Fleming's 8th Bond novel had been the subject of a court case due to the fact that Fleming had based the story on a film treatment that he had produced in collaboration with Jack Whittingham and Kevin McClory. The outcome of this was that the film rights to the book had been assigned to McClory. Realising the futility of competing with the established Bond series in the 60s, McClory had teamed up with EON productions in order to produce Thunderball in 1965. However, he still retained the film rights to the story, and following a 10 year re-make exclusion period he started work on producing a new Bond movie in the late 70s. After much legal wrangling this resulted in Never Say Never Again in 1983, with the added interest of Sean Connery returning to the role, some 12 years after Diamonds Are Forever. During the 90s, McClory was attempting to launch another film based on the story, but this was thwarted by legal action launched by MGM, home of the official movies.

MTFBWY and HH!!

Jar Jar Binks

JediTricks
03-13-2002, 10:12 PM
Bond 20: DAD

Yikes! This is my least-favorite title to date, surpassing On Her Majesty's Secret Service (which is just too damn long) and Dr. No (which is just too damn short). But, it's just a title, and I think Brosnan still has 2 or 3 good Bond pictures left in him, hopefully this will be one of them (just so long as the dang teaser sequence isn't half the film, like the last flick. That was wayyyyyyyy too long for a Bond teaser, it could easily have been 2).

12inch Lando
03-14-2002, 12:11 AM
Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong but I don't believe that "Never Say Never Again" was an "official" Bond film. I don't know the entire back story but whomever is in of such things didn't sanction that film. NSNA was the Conery come back film for those of you who don't know.

12inch Lando
03-14-2002, 12:27 AM
Oops! Sorry JarJarBinks. I guess I should read page 2 before I reply to a thread.

Beast
03-14-2002, 01:03 AM
Originally posted by 12inch Lando
Oops! Sorry JarJarBinks. I guess I should read page 2 before I reply to a thread.
:D No problemo. :D

MTFBWY and HH!!

Jar Jar Binks

2-1B
03-14-2002, 05:01 AM
Thanks everyone for clearing up that Thunderball question. Last month I was in a spy themed establishment and I noticed a bit of trivia IDing NSNA as a remake of T-ball . . . I was curious about that because I always noticed NSNA on the Wal-Mart $10 DVD rack but wondered why it wasn't included in the boxed sets.

I'm not well versed in Bond knowledge, but I liked most of the films that I saw :)

JetsAndHeels
03-14-2002, 03:06 PM
Like I said earlier, I love the Bond series and it is one of my favorite film series, but NSNA is just total CRAP.
So is "On Her Majesty's Secret Service." I mean come on, who the heck is George Lazenby? This guy sounds like some hick, screwing up classic lines like "Bond, James Bond."
No disrespect at all to my home state, but he sounds like some hick up in NC who cant even say his ABC's.
While I am at it, "Thunderball" and "Diamonds are Forever" are also pure crap. I hated the plots and the acting was terrible.
Other than that, I love all the other Bond films.
So 16 out of 20 aint bad at all.

JediTricks
03-14-2002, 09:07 PM
OHMSS is pretty good if you can forgive Bond being played by an Aussie model with no prior acting experience and the hammy ending. It's probably too long, but it's got the best Bloefeld/Bond interaction, and feels more like a true Ian Flemming story than most of the other films - it's not gimmicky and Bond is truly believable as a spy pretending to be a playboy, for once.

I think Diamonds Are Forever is certainly not one of the best Bond films, but is entertaining enough (although you have to accept just how campy it's meant to be right from the "mousetrap" gag in the teaser); to my mind, it's one of the tightest films in the series AND it's got a cool Bond-revenge kick leftover from OHMSS.

Rollo Tomassi
03-15-2002, 09:33 AM
I agree, JT. OHMSS was very faithful to the book, and I thought Lazenby would have made an excellent Bond if he'd continued with the series.

I agree about Diamonds are Forever. They took the hard edge Connery had perfected with the character and turned it into almost slapstick. "He should not have come back."

The worst Bond? Roger Moore.

Best? Connery (duh.) with Brosnan right on his heels.

Connery's best? Goldfinger. Dr. No and From Russia with Love are both excellent portrayals of Connery's badass Bond, also.

Moore's best? For Your Eyes Only.

Dalton's (snicker) best? Living Daylights.

Brosnan's best? Goldeneye.

The worst Bond movie? Moonraker. With Man with the Golden Gun and Live and Let Die being close runners up.

Best future Bond? I nominate Clive Owen. He's not the best looking, but he's ruggedly handsome enough, and he'd have the cold blooded killer aspect down cold. I just saw him in Gosford Park and thought he was riveting. Anyone see his BWM internet films? He was "The Driver." 5 minute long BMW "commercials" directed by Hollywood's hot directors, like David Fincher, Ang Lee, Guy Ritchie, etc. I hope they put those out on DVD soon.

Anyway, when Pierce decides he's getting tired of Bond, Clive would be the perfect replacement.

JediTricks
03-15-2002, 02:57 PM
Moonraker as the worst? Hmm, I dunno, I think up until they actually get into space, the movie is alright. But View to a Kill, that film really really REALLY feels like the all-time worst Bond picture ever to me, and I'm counting NSNA and Casino Royale with David Niven and Woody Allen! (Though I haven't seen the TV-mini-movie of Casino Royale yet.) VtaK is just bad all around, I recently re-watched the bond series on tape, and I actually left out VtaK and Octo***** (sorry, Bond in clown makeup and more of Maud Adams really does nothing for me).

I can't say Clive Owen rings a bell, but it's not impossible to have someone else play Bond.

Rollo Tomassi
03-15-2002, 04:42 PM
yeah, Moore was like 75 when he made it and Tanya Roberts is the worst Bond Girl ever (worse than Denise Richards) but View to a Kill has Chris Walken AND Patrick MacNee in it. Plus it's remake of Goldfinger, the best Bond film, so you can't say the plot is silly. Those factors raise it above Moonraker in my mind. Plus, Octo*****, Never say never Again and View to a Kill were my first big screen Bonds and you always have a soft spot for those.:happy:

I don't know if those movies are still online, but you could go to BMW.com and watch all five of them. In the Ang Lee one, the little kid hands him a Hulk band-aid at the end. Pretty sly, Ang.;)

Mandalorian Candidat
03-15-2002, 06:10 PM
I can see your points about View to A Kill. It wasn't as good as earlier flicks like Goldfinger (the BEST of them all IMO), but I really like it for some reason. Maybe it's Christopher Walken, Grace Jones, or the great Duran Duran song, I don't know. What I really don't like about it are the love scenes with Moore. He's so old in the movie it's like watching somekind of perverted grandpa picking up on his teenage granddaughters.

Octo***** was good from the standpoint that it was one of the few, if not the only one, of the movies that actually showed the superpowers going head-to-head. All the others are pretty much England vs. SPECTRE or some other mad man like Goldfinger or the drug dealer from Licence to Kill (which is the all time bond stinker).

BTW, does anyone else like to say "*****Galore" in a Sean Connery accent?

Rollo Tomassi
04-12-2002, 02:26 PM
I always thought Liscense to Kill captured the original spirit of the Ian Fleming novels. They weren't all continent-hopping, save the world extravaganzas full of explosions, scantily clad women, and cool gadgets like the movie franchise has turned into. They were tight little character driven stories that stayed in pretty much one location. Casino Royale took place in a casino (except for the finale)and only had three main characters. That isn't to say I don't appreciate the movie cliches, but I liked how LTK went back to the smaller cold blooded killer thing like he was in the novels.

Yes, I often say "*****Galore" with Sean's lisp. ;)

Mandalorian Candidat
04-12-2002, 03:18 PM
Originally posted by Rollo Tomassi
I always thought Liscense to Kill captured the original spirit of the Ian Fleming novels. They weren't all continent-hopping, save the world extravaganzas full of explosions, scantily clad women, and cool gadgets like the movie franchise has turned into. They were tight little character driven stories that stayed in pretty much one location. Casino Royale took place in a casino (except for the finale)and only had three main characters. That isn't to say I don't appreciate the movie cliches, but I liked how LTK went back to the smaller cold blooded killer thing like he was in the novels.

Yes, I often say "*****Galore" with Sean's lisp. ;)

Ironically, LTK was the first Bond movie not based on an Ian Fleming book or story. It really didn't appeal to me at all for some reason. Probably because the first time I went to see it was at a drive-in with a chick and we were in the back of my Dad's chevy. :kiss:

Even when I did go back and watch the whole thing without any distractions I couldn't get into it. Carey Lowell was pretty smoking in it, I couldn't stop drooling *best Homer Simpson drool sound*, but other than that I could care less if I ever saw it again.

DeadEye
04-12-2002, 04:38 PM
Never say never again was not an official film, it was merely a remake of Thunderball.

JediTricks
04-12-2002, 04:56 PM
I have heard that Licence to Kill used several major elements from various Flemming books (which is a lot more than most 007 films ;)).

GNT
04-12-2002, 10:22 PM
I just saw a picture of Halle Berry as Jinx from the set of DAD in my locaql paper,all I can say is "hubba hubba"

Pendo
04-13-2002, 12:24 PM
Here's a cool pic of Bond in DAD...

----SPOILERS-----












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Bond is captured during the pre-title sequence. After the title song by Madona he will be handed over to an American CIA agent. A couple years have passed and Bond looks as rough as ****...

PENDO!

Eternal Padawan
04-13-2002, 12:51 PM
Originally posted by JediTricks
I have heard that Licence to Kill used several major elements from various Flemming books (which is a lot more than most 007 films ;)).

The big one I remember was Felix getting fed to the sharks and the note "He disagreed with something that ate him." That was lifted directly from the novel Live and Let Die and the note was the chapter title.

Mandalorian Candidat
04-14-2002, 01:33 AM
Yeah, I remember that part too. I guess we won't be seeing old Felix in any future Bond movies unless he's made into some kind of cyborg CIA agent with bionic legs. :)

BTW, does anyone know why ABC cancelled the Bond Picture Show? They only got up to The Man With the Golden Gun and totally skipped over On Her Majesty's Secret Service. They were finally getting to the ones with the best villain, Jaws.

brentfett
04-17-2002, 02:10 PM
They haven't made a decent Bond movie since A View To A Kill. Give it up already.

Lobito
04-17-2002, 02:13 PM
With so many movies i wonder why there are no 007 TV shows. Anyway, the girls and the action of the movies are ok on my book.

JetsAndHeels
04-17-2002, 02:18 PM
Cant wait to see this one. I am a big fan of the Bond series. I am glad we finally got Halle Berry into one of the films. She is such a great actress and the looks are just an added bonus. DAD looks great!!
And a question: Does anyone know how many more Bond films Pierce Brosnan is slated to do, if any?

JediTricks
04-17-2002, 10:41 PM
I honestly don't think there should EVER be a 007 tv series, they have a hard enough time making entertaining Bond films every 2 years.

Eternal Padawan
04-18-2002, 01:15 AM
Originally posted by JangoFett96
Cant wait to see this one. I am a big fan of the Bond series. I am glad we finally got Halle Berry into one of the films. She is such a great actress and the looks are just an added bonus. DAD looks great!!
And a question: Does anyone know how many more Bond films Pierce Brosnan is slated to do, if any?


He negotiates one movie at a time. He said TND was going to be his last. Then he did TWINE and said that was going to be his last. Then he said he'd do this one if they waited three years instead of two. So now this one is his last...until the next one.

I always thought they should get two guys to play Bond and alteranate so they don't get burned out like Timothy Dalton did and Brosnan almost did. then they could keep on the every other year schedule.

Pendo
05-06-2002, 12:40 PM
The official DAD poster is up. What are your thoughts?

Personally I quite like the poster, I think it is a cool 'gun melting through ice' shot. I HATE the Die Another Day logo at the top, it's too similar to The World Is Not Enough and Tomorrow Never Dies. Probably a quick knock up.
Also, why is the gun a Baretta and not a Walther PPk/P99 what Bond usually uses?

PENDO!

JediTricks
05-06-2002, 10:42 PM
I hate it and I hate you for posting it. ;) J/k, it's not bad, but you're dead-on about the title's font and style being too similar to TND and TWINE. I'd say it's eye-catching, but there's a lot of smoke (the smoke seems less like a gun wafting after being fired and more like an ad for cigarettes) and not enough hot chicks. :D

Pendo
05-16-2002, 05:44 PM
The DAD trailer was shown with AOTC and I must say - it looked AWSOME (not as good as AOTC of course). It has kinda TWINE feel to it and the action in it looks cool (and Halle Berry looks as fit as ever :D). Now that AOTC is out of the way, this is the next film I am most looking forward to, and it doesn't look like I will be disapointed.

PENDO!

2-1B
05-19-2002, 02:02 AM
I saw the trailer with some AOTC prints too . . . I'll watch DAD.
What did you think of the sea of women melding with the gun's interior?

2-1B
01-25-2008, 01:42 PM
What did you think of the sea of women melding with the gun's interior?

I dunno Caesar, I thought it was kinda silly...Pierce Brosnan is getting a little stale, maybe they should hire an unknown blonde guy to play Bond in the next 2 films.

Just a thought. :thumbsup:

Slicker
01-25-2008, 10:24 PM
So this has finally hit theaters? I didn't think it was due out yet?! :confused: