2012 Summer Olympics Opening Ceremony Daniel Craig

April 8, 2012 by staff 

2012 Summer Olympics Opening Ceremony Daniel Craig, Following a cordial invitation from Queen Elizabeth II, Daniel Craig and acclaimed director Danny Boyle got special access to Buckingham Palace this week. In the Queen’s private quarters, they are said to have shot scenes for a short film, known as The Arrival, which will open the 2012 London Summer Games.

Her Majesty will give special orders to James Bond, played by Craig, who will then parachute into the Olympic stadium on film, via helicopter. This is just about the coolest premise for an opening ceremony ever, so why stop there? Here are the top 5 ways Bond could make the Olympics even more epic. Just imagine:

1. There’s a new Bond competition at the 2012 Summer Games. The objective is to deactivate a 20 megaton nuclear bomb while simultaneously slotting terrorists and freeing Olympic-athlete hostages in the process. At the starting line in matching tuxedos: Connery, Lazenby, Moore, Dalton, Brosnan and Craig.

2. Starting with the bang of his golden gun, the famous MI6 agent defeats Usain Bolt in the 100-metre sprint by using jet-powered track shoes supplied to him by Agent Q.
3. After an Aston Martin DB5 roars through the Stratford stadium, weaving through people and eventually skidding to a stop, an unshaken 007 emerges, gripping the ever-burning Olympic torch and sipping a martini that hasn’t been stirred.

4. Bond sneaks up behind the Queen during the opening ceremony and scares The Living Daylights out of her.

5. As a tribute to the classic Olympic-themed film Chariots of Fire, Bond does all of the above in slow motion.

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