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Daniel Craig Turns Down $68 million For James Bond, Tom Hiddleton Likely Replacement

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  • SuperManuelSuperManuel I'll getchu bitch!!! Somewhere drunk off my ass.Posts: 17,685 ✭✭✭✭✭
    DarthRozay wrote: »
    jono wrote: »
    He was a much rougher Bond, and I enjoyed that about his rendition of the character.

    too bad Spectre and Quantum of Solace weren't great

    I liked spectre all y'all shut up!
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  • Vader_F_KennedyVader_F_Kennedy Behind MissKPosts: 17,700 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I didn't like pierce ...and spectre was OK not better than skyfall tho
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  • KingFreemanKingFreeman Way UpPosts: 13,334 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Timothy Dalton was a pretty good bond as well IMO
    License to kill was dope

    Licence to kill is top 10 but Dalton himself wasn't that special especially on the first movie he did as bond. Can't remember the name but it was trash. Script was just more serious and dark which suited his struggle face. He was the daniel craig version of james bond before daniel craig tho since it was the first dark bond movie so I rate him for that but casino royale and skyfall are top 5-6 bond films so I'd say Craig was the better bond. Dalton was legit the blueprint for the last 4 films tho. Also like Craig did all his stunts.

    tim Dalton was boring to me. roger moore was campy and cartoonish.

    Say what you will about Moore but he did 7 bond films only one that was bad was A View To Kill. He was the light to Daniel Craig' dark. I grew up on his bond movies. Redefined the role after Connery' great first run.

    KNiGHTS wrote: »
    marc123 wrote: »
    "Turned down $68M"

    I refuse to believe that...

    Its £68million, that works out to about $100million.

    Shiiiiiiiiiiiiiit... How the fuck? I'd have them write the shit where I didn't do stunts and take the check. This shit is Toby McGuire stupid: "I don't want to be typecast!" Who the FUCK can name a Daniel Craig appearance besides side piece in Tomb Raider? I forgot that until the OP. Typecast as a dude who can fuck your bitch after murdering you, shoot down helicopters at night with a PP9, and drive the dopest cars while having an apartment that looks like a freshman's dorm room--the nerve!

    Fuck outta here.

    I'm not saying it's as stupid as Dave Chappelle's "They didn't give me any help on how to run things, and this lighting guy laughed at me during the skit--and I felt like I was a joke, so I left because a black man can't be funny without wearing a dress" excuse to be responsibility free... but it's "hard on my body" is that stupid when the company is giving you all kinds of control.


    it's hard on his body like a running back at the end of his career it's not like he can't make that money up doing other movies he got knee problems etc what the sense of having all that money and u can't walk

    A nigga can buy new legs with that shit. Or I'm getting the illest mobility scooter on the market.

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  • marc123marc123 Posts: 15,668 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited May 2016
    Sion wrote: »
    Tom Hiddleton would have to put on a good 10 lbs I think to be convincing in the role. I guess if he becomes Bond they're going to go with a more "brain than brawn" kind of James Bond. It'd be a good counter to Craig's Bond. I think Craig's was more closer to the Bond in the books tho.

    I'm not mad at whatever they choose, Tom Hiddleton from his interviews, seems like a cool down to Earth guy.

    Tom Hiddleston is a great actor, and yeah, in interviews he seems like a cool bloke. He was in a recent series called The Night Manager which was popular in the UK which started the calls for him being the new Bond. I wouldn't mind him being chosen.

    Of course I'd be rooting for Idris Elba though but he's already about the same age as Daniel Craig and all the racist white people would be having aneurysms over him being chosen.

    Night Manager was trash. Just finished it. Not buying Hiddleston as 007 at all.

    Damn. I downloaded Night Manager. On ep 3. Hella boring so far, i assumed it picks up. Guess not...
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  • PlutarchPlutarch A Tribe Called Fresh Philly, PA, by way of Ca$hville, TNPosts: 3,220 ✭✭✭✭✭
    1CK1S wrote: »
    Craig, 48, told interviewers last year that he would rather ‘slash my wrists’ than agree to another Bond film.

    Well, gotdamn. Tell us how you really feel, Danny.
  • #1hiphopjunki3#1hiphopjunki3 Posts: 3,455 ✭✭✭✭✭
    jono wrote: »
    He was a much rougher Bond, and I enjoyed that about his rendition of the character.

    I didn't like him as Bond but didn't hate him. I just felt his movies where less spy like and more action like. Not to mention he wasn't smooth with the ladies like Connery and even Roger Moore. He was just brooding in a sense when it came to the ladies not really suave or debonaire like the aforementioned.
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  • sapp08_2001sapp08_2001 #Sawse San DiegoPosts: 7,206 ✭✭✭✭✭
    texas409 wrote: »
    Josh Brolin stay putting out flops and still get shine cant stand that dude

    Hell yeah still scratchin my head at that horrible ass Jonah Hex movie he starred in
  • Max.Max. I be Gucci'd down, Gucci, you wearing Lacoste and shit Posts: 31,283 ✭✭✭✭✭
    When u sign up for 007 u cant wear suits in other movie roles
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  • BroddieBroddie gozando y bailando vivo yo NYCPosts: 9,639 ✭✭✭✭✭
    iron man1 wrote: »
    Timothy Dalton was a pretty good bond as well IMO
    License to kill was dope

    Licence to kill is top 10 but Dalton himself wasn't that special especially on the first movie he did as bond. Can't remember the name but it was trash. Script was just more serious and dark which suited his struggle face. He was the daniel craig version of james bond before daniel craig tho since it was the first dark bond movie so I rate him for that but casino royale and skyfall are top 5-6 bond films so I'd say Craig was the better bond. Dalton was legit the blueprint for the last 4 films tho. Also like Craig did all his stunts.

    The Living Daylights

    Yeah. That one was trashmatic.

    This is funny since Bond fans consider it one of the best and Dalton's finest. Dalton's greatest contribution was having the characterization closest to Fleming's Bond decades before Daniel Craig made that hip to you kids.
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  • KingFreemanKingFreeman Way UpPosts: 13,334 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Broddie wrote: »
    iron man1 wrote: »
    Timothy Dalton was a pretty good bond as well IMO
    License to kill was dope

    Licence to kill is top 10 but Dalton himself wasn't that special especially on the first movie he did as bond. Can't remember the name but it was trash. Script was just more serious and dark which suited his struggle face. He was the daniel craig version of james bond before daniel craig tho since it was the first dark bond movie so I rate him for that but casino royale and skyfall are top 5-6 bond films so I'd say Craig was the better bond. Dalton was legit the blueprint for the last 4 films tho. Also like Craig did all his stunts.

    The Living Daylights

    Yeah. That one was trashmatic.

    This is funny since Bond fans consider it one of the best and Dalton's finest. Dalton's greatest contribution was having the characterization closest to Fleming's Bond decades before Daniel Craig made that hip to you kids.

    Do you read my posts or just skim through it...
    Timothy Dalton was a pretty good bond as well IMO
    License to kill was dope

    Licence to kill is top 10 but Dalton himself wasn't that special especially on the first movie he did as bond. Can't remember the name but it was trash. Script was just more serious and dark which suited his struggle face. He was the daniel craig version of james bond before daniel craig tho since it was the first dark bond movie so I rate him for that but casino royale and skyfall are top 5-6 bond films so I'd say Craig was the better bond. Dalton was legit the blueprint for the last 4 films tho. Also like Craig did all his stunts.

    Sit down.
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  • BroddieBroddie gozando y bailando vivo yo NYCPosts: 9,639 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Broddie wrote: »
    iron man1 wrote: »
    Timothy Dalton was a pretty good bond as well IMO
    License to kill was dope

    Licence to kill is top 10 but Dalton himself wasn't that special especially on the first movie he did as bond. Can't remember the name but it was trash. Script was just more serious and dark which suited his struggle face. He was the daniel craig version of james bond before daniel craig tho since it was the first dark bond movie so I rate him for that but casino royale and skyfall are top 5-6 bond films so I'd say Craig was the better bond. Dalton was legit the blueprint for the last 4 films tho. Also like Craig did all his stunts.

    The Living Daylights

    Yeah. That one was trashmatic.

    This is funny since Bond fans consider it one of the best and Dalton's finest. Dalton's greatest contribution was having the characterization closest to Fleming's Bond decades before Daniel Craig made that hip to you kids.

    Do you read my posts or just skim through it...
    Timothy Dalton was a pretty good bond as well IMO
    License to kill was dope

    Licence to kill is top 10 but Dalton himself wasn't that special especially on the first movie he did as bond. Can't remember the name but it was trash. Script was just more serious and dark which suited his struggle face. He was the daniel craig version of james bond before daniel craig tho since it was the first dark bond movie so I rate him for that but casino royale and skyfall are top 5-6 bond films so I'd say Craig was the better bond. Dalton was legit the blueprint for the last 4 films tho. Also like Craig did all his stunts.

    Sit down.

    That was random as fuck. Fuck kinda drugs you on b? I just pointed out an observation that made your opinion ironic. Just go on any Bond board or Eon's message board and see for yourself. The Living Daylights is considered a top tier entry and Dalton's finest hour. Licence to Kill on the other hand is not. I like LTK myself though.

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  • BroddieBroddie gozando y bailando vivo yo NYCPosts: 9,639 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I thought ppl agreed Connery was the all time best bond at least that's what I always hear

    He is. He had the right balance between the guy from the book and the guy he helped create for the movies.
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  • rip.dillarip.dilla ... push up the fader... bust the meter... shake the tweeter Posts: 17,255 ✭✭✭✭✭


    James Bond 25: Daniel Craig's 007 return 'secured,' Adele wanted for theme song

    The actor has 'changed his mind' and will reportedly play the spy in Bond 25

    Jacob Stolworthy @Jacob_Stol Monday 10 July 2017 06:58 BST8 comments






    Daniel Craig is game for returning as James Bond in the film series' next instalment, according to new reports.

    Speculation has been rife over the casting of the British spy ever since the release of latest 007 film Spectre in 2015, largely due to the actor being critical about the option of returning for more. Fresh sources believe Craig has “changed his mind” and that franchise producer Barbara Broccoli has “secured” the actor.  

    Craig may not be the only one to return - according to The Mirror, Broccoli is reportedly “determined” to bring back Adele to record the film's theme tune. The singer previously sang the lead track for Skyfall, the most profitable Bond film to date. It was the first 007 theme to win a Grammy and Golden Globe award.



    They continued: “Craig and Adele together are the winning team, the ultimate choice, the money spinners. It’s taken time but Daniel has come round and the strong consensus in the Bond offices is that Mr Craig is 007 again. 


    “As for Adele, she’s more of an unknown quantity but loved being part of Bond, so the signs are positive.”

    Earlier this year, it was reported that Tom Hiddleston - a contender for Craig's replacement - was deemed “too smug and not tough enough” by franchise producer Barbara Broccoli, daughter of producing stalwart, Albert.

    It was previously reported that Craig was offered up to £120 million to return as the spy for two more films despite attention surrounding fellow candidates Idris Elba, James Norton and Poldark star Aidan Turner.


    Movements are being made with the next 007 instalment following Spectre's release in 2015. Longtime Bond screenwriters Neal Purvis and Robert Wade are returning while the hunt for a new director continues following the departure of Sam Mendes.

    Dunkirk filmmaker Christopher Nolan was recently linked to the role after his production company, Syncopy, was added to Bond 25's IMDb page.




    http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/james-bond-daniel-craig-adele-who-will-play-007-bond-25-skyfall-spectre-a7832676.html
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  • Like WaterLike Water Integrity 1st Posts: 5,148 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Christopher Nolan and Bond is an epic combination. Hope it comes to fruition.
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  • BroddieBroddie gozando y bailando vivo yo NYCPosts: 9,639 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I wouldn't be mad at a sequel to Man From U.N.C.L.E.

    It was the only time Cavill and that guy who was once going to play Batman lived up to their big screen potential.

    Inception was basically Nolan's Bond movie audition. He was directly inspired by the Roger Moore movies when it came to the action. So I'm not surprised his name is being thrown around.
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  • sapp08_2001sapp08_2001 #Sawse San DiegoPosts: 7,206 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Like Water wrote: »
    Christopher Nolan and Bond is an epic combination. Hope it comes to fruition.

    Guy Ritchie was fishing for the gig but he's not considered bankable for Bond which is why Aladdin and a possible sequel at a lower budget for Man From U.N.C.L.E. are all that's on his current slate, the other 5 parts of King Arthur are definitely off the table and it seems as if the studio would like a final Sherlock film from him, Law and RDJ but Ritchie doesn't seem to want to go back to it because "everyone's doing it now". I hope he continues to be successful just so my mate Si can still get primo gigs doing the sound mixing on his flicks.

    Damn. I actually liked the king arthur flick
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