Albert Finney Bond

November 1, 2011 by staff 

Albert Finney Bond, The next James Bond film, tentatively titled Bond 23, is becoming more star power.

Put the next film “over the edge” in terms of the division acting credibility, the production team seems ready to “ax the action and the goal of an Oscar” output 23a of James Bond.

Finney, an English-born actor with many accolades to his credit act (including Oscar nominations and won the BAFTA Award), joins director Sam Mendes, the actors Javier Bardem and Ralph Fiennes as the first Bond-res. No stranger to acting in a spy movie, Finney played a prominent role in another film of JB, The Bourne Ultimatum Jason Bourne as the operator of Dr. Albert Hirsch.

The Daily Mail that Finney will play a superior with the head of James Bond, M (played by Judi Dench).

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As with most of the heads of Bond, I expect his role to be a severe and harsh complement the character of Dame Dench – as head of M is usually only appears when 007 really acts up or can not be controlled. Bond fans also can not count the possibility that the appearance of head of M may indicate the severity of the situation within the villain Quantum organization. M may have to “call the heavy artillery” for this? (More than 00 agents of the mission, perhaps?)

After all, Bond fans do not yet know the extent of the Quantum organization – how big it is, which is responsible for corruption, etc Die hard fans can expect only link to the previous organization comparable villain of the saga, a SPECTRE. Sinister and intimidating, focused SPECTRE James Bond movies are some of the most storied franchise, and among the most revered by Bond fans for a long time.

In my opinion, in addition to Finney welcomed (and held) stories. Mendes and the production team seem to have improved the credibility of the Bond franchise fully into account in the future. November 9, 2012 can not come soon enough!

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