Thursday, August 18, 2005

Shaken, stirred, and out

We've heard this before, but it seems this time they're serious:

Producers of the James Bond films have advised star Pierce Brosnan that his license to kill has been permanently revoked.

If Eon Productions, the company that owns the film rights to the 007 trademark, really doesn't bring back Brosnan for the next Bond flick (scheduled to be a remake of Casino Royale), they could do worse than Clive Owen, most recently on view in director Robert Rodriguez's comic book adaptation, Sin City. Owen would, in my rarely humble opinion, make a fine Bond.

Then again, I liked Timothy Dalton and George Lazenby.

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