Indeed great-looking guy, for hollywood standards. We must remember, this is without make-up, which usually adds some pounds/cuts to actors.(see the white guy from Blade : Trinity, etc.) Also, this man has arms, for a change, which can't be said from Wolverine or most other actors who went for quick bulk. Brosnan was at his heaviest in Die Another Day, I believe around 200lbs. He still didn't appear very big though. I am seriously looking forward to this picture. While everyone seems to be against Daniel Craig, I'm thinking he'll do a great job, considering how he usually deals with his roles, especially the ones that receive a lot of opposition.
You are one dumbass little cunt. No one wrote in this thread that James Bond needs to be extremely muscular. I made a comment about a specific comment made and here you come running your mouth showing exactly what kind of an idiot you are.
I think I do well above average with women. Are there any other specifics you are dying to know about my sex life? What the fuck is a "laides"?
Uh, yea. Die Another Day, to the tune of $160 million. The highest grossing Bond movie and #120 highest grossing movie of all time. James Bond ISN'T a bodybuilder. He's a spy. Who said spys need to look like Ahhhhnold?
Plus, even Ian Fleming said Pierce Brosnan was the closest Bond to the actual character he created.
I agree with him as far as Brosnan in that role. I just think the writers and directors they were choosing were beginning to suck. That last movie was horrible. It will pull in money simply because of the franchise. That doesn't mean all of the movies were good.
Yeah. Bond movies were way too much about the action, and were losing more and more of the subtle plots that made the novels and early movies great. I absolutely loved Goldeneye, but more as an action movie than as a Bond movie.
Now that quote you have to show. Most of what I encounter about the "true" Bond actor said it was Timothy Dalton, who was the more cold, calculated but witty man that Bond really was according to Ian Fleming.
A "laides" is a mistype. You still got the meaning, though. Very perceptive.
Get as worked up as you want, fatso (20 inch arms at 280 pounds? good god), the fact of the matter is some of you folks simply can't come to terms with the fact that, for certain roles, very muscular isn't the key.
The thread was started by someone saying that Craig is the most muscular Bond to date, by far. He is. The bandwagon followed with accusations of him being barely more muscular than a 6 year old girl, and thus, unfit for the role.