18 Movie Actors For Bond 23

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    • Senver

      Jul 9th 2010, 13:00

      Hugh Jackman for Bond. Always thought that. Charisma, talented and the accent would be no problem. On a slightly different note, I always thought he would make a better Bruce Wayne than that arrogant t*at Christian Bale

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    • Barney1

      Jul 9th 2010, 13:50

      Lewis Collins!

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    • cleanbreak

      Jul 9th 2010, 14:03

      Hasn't Dolph Lundgren already played a bond heavy in "A view to a kill"?

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    • stevolbauer

      Jul 9th 2010, 14:31

      I never would have thought of Fassbender but thats actually a pretty good idea.

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    • weetiger3

      Jul 9th 2010, 15:37

      I have to agree with stevolbauer. I think Fassbender's a great idea. However, I have not given up hope that Bond 23 will get made with Morgan's script, Mendes at the helm and Craig as Bond. (Delusional? Perhaps.)

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    • LizzieJ

      Jul 9th 2010, 16:47

      I think Tom Mison would make a perfect Bond - he's charming, gorgeous, snarky and a brilliant actor. Case in point: http://tinyurl.com/2awaody and http://tinyurl.com/2ezea2x (watch the video at the bottom).

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    • JO1993

      Jul 9th 2010, 17:39

      Anyone but Barnes. As much as i love him, he'd be about as good as a mermaid playing bond. Hes just not got attitude or a bad edge bond needs.

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    • McSerious

      Jul 9th 2010, 19:23

      Of those suggestions I'd most want Fassbender... But if he was replaced I'd really want Richard Armitage! He was very good at kicking a*s and acting in Strike Back (tv mini series that was on Sky), if a little rough around the edges for Bond (although, wasn't that half the point of the series reboot anyway?) and he has the look down perfectly! http://i797.photobucket.com/albums/yy257/Natazukii/strikeback2-1.jpg

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    • Ali1748

      Jul 10th 2010, 2:18

      James Purefoy.

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    • Hadouken76

      Jul 10th 2010, 9:55

      how about jason issacs? He would make a good blofeld, not a doctor evil type but one in a sports suit who starts off as a billionaire ally to MI6, but they let him down, he gets scarred for life and seeks vengeance!

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    • Lingdada

      Jul 12th 2010, 4:48

      Lets have Andy Whitfield (Spartacus)playing the new Bond with a British accent! To liven up the franchise,he can be gay,meeting a string of handsome young men on the speeding road to destroying the baddies! He would have far more style,wit and street suss than the 'girly' brigade!

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    • dva99999

      Jul 12th 2010, 6:46

      Christopher Ecclestone as a baddie. British, intelligent, a typically intimidating Britishness in the way he can portray himself, the audience will love to hate him. I can also see Rhys Ifans as a joker-style henchman, or Jason Flemyng with blade-tipped playing cards. I think Jason Isaacs would make a great Bond, i see further up it is suggested he could a villain, but i think he could portray just the right amount of villainy in dispatching the bad guys that would annoy the establishment but they would still thank him for it. It is possible t imagine him saying "Here's a limb destroying grenade....for Queen and Country!!"

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    • kaz2y5

      Jan 28th 2011, 16:54

      For my money, Sam Mendes should get Michael Shannon as the Bond baddie (if like me, you've had the pleasure of seeing Boardwalk Empire, where Shannon plays Agent Van Alden); not only is he an unpredictable actor, he also looks similar to Richard Kiel, too.

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    • Toph80

      Jan 31st 2011, 1:01

      Well if and when they do decide replace Daniel Craig then that actor will have a lot to live upto. I won't deny when i first heard he'd got the git as bond i thought of my good god what the hell have they done, but he proved me wrong, gritty and manly, everything a true bond should be. But on a different note the final suggestion of Tilda Swinton, i must say i quite like, i never really know what to make of her, and FAR be it from me too wanna see the LEGEND that is Dame Judi Dench replaced from anything she is cast in, but i do think that when that day does finally come, that Swinton would make a great replacement as the next M.

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