Skip to comments.Clive Owen to Be Officially Announced as James Bond Next Week
Posted on 03/29/2005 10:50:48 AM PST by gopwinsin04
Following it's earlier claim that Clive Owen has been confirmed as the 6th James Bond 007, IESB.com has released the evidence behind the headline.
After a few questions about his current movie 'Sin City' he was asked about the rumours regarding James Bond.
'Yes or no to Bond?' He said 'I will be busy for awhile' while nodding his head yes, and repeated it with a grin and a smile.
The report continued as saying that the reporter was then contacted by colleague that works with Clive and stated that Bond was a done deal and that an official announcement in the trades was being brokered.
One other inside source is telling the site to expect an official announcement next week after the release of 'Sin City.'
(Excerpt) Read more at mi6.co.uk ...
It looks as if he's reached job security.
The series is in need of a boost after the wretched Die Another Day.
MORE importantly, who's the next Bond Girl gonna be? :^)
I thought it was going to be Colin Salmon?
Indian beauty Arishawa Raye? (sp)
MMMMMM. I could support that decision.
probably the best pick around now...
Antoher idea whose time has come and gone.
Finally, someone gets what is really important about this story.
It's an excellent choice. At one time I wanted Adrian Paul the guy from the TV series highlander. Ther may be one or two others who could do the job, but Clive will do justice and I think he may be a Connery-like bond.
Charisma Carpenter's got my vote - very much Bond material.
Ping! A beefcake-y thread for the ladies. :^)
"Die another Day" was a good movie until the ending, which as stupid as can be with that Ice Cave/Hideout/Castle in Iceland thingy.
I'm still hoping that CC gets cast as Wonder Woman.
Looks more like k.d. lang.
A great choice.
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