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Royals join cast of new Bond film for glitzy London premiere

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Kate stole the show

Sycophantic prolefeed.

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Craig, 53, has played the suave secret agent

but wears a pink velvet DJ nevertheless..... how come so many people with so much munnee wer such horribly tacky (yet excruciatingly expensive) clothes?

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MickeliciousToday  08:09 am JST

Kate stole the show

Sycophantic prolefeed.

I imagine the woman with bare chest 'stole the show'....

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I guess Bond was the real one who stole the show.

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I’m going to see this on Thursday morning. Can’t wait. The first reviews are very good.

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Ana de Armas in that black dress! No wonder the Aston Martin is drenched! … in sweat?

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Sycophantic prolefeed.

someone has been reading their thesaurus

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Is that Jeffrey Wright, or Bernard Lowe? Hard to tell. - An underrated actor of whom we need to see more.

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Where is the next Bond, Henry Cavill ?? He graciously doesn’t want to take away from Daniel Craig’s final curtain call.

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Jason Momoa’s presence is also a clue of how many watched No Time To Die before the commercial release. SPOILERS! - It has some unexpected ‘surprises’.

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It was in our faces the entire time *@Digger_Nick Sep. 27 11:49am***: **

- “As a Black man, it's my opinion that they need to keep JB as a white guy. Why not make a Black character, or a female character separate from James Bond? It would be awesome. It shouldn't be 007 though.” -

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someone has been reading their thesaurus

A long time ago, yes. Haven't you?

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I have a question: Unless James Bond Dies and is Reincarnated, how exactly do you explain him changing from white to black ?

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I have a question: Unless James Bond Dies and is Reincarnated, how exactly do you explain him changing from white to black ?

Its the Bond franchise we are talking about, this is pretty low level stuff in terms of continuity problems.

While you are at it you might ask:

How did Bond suddenly lose 10cm in height and go from having natural black hair to natural blonde hair between Die Another Day and Casino Royale?

Why did Dikko Henderson, a Bond ally in You Only Live Twice, suddenly become his arch nemesis Ernst Stavro Bloefeld in Diamonds are Forever?

How did Scaramanga's mistress Andrea Anders, who was killed in The Man With Golden Gun, somehow manage to become Bond's main love interest in Octopussy almost a decade later despite being dead and having a different name?

The list goes on....

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how exactly do you explain him changing from white to black 

James Bond will never be black, nor a woman, nor gay.

For all those who may be horrified at this comment, get your own super spy.

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They never explained how MoneyPenny went from white to black or how Q lost half his age.

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The controversy leading up to the premier was ‘much ado about’ NOTHING. Warning: Spoilers!: Lashana Lynch’s former “00” was decent in the first half, action scenes but throughout the film, remained a mostly 2-dimensional character and no extraordinary skills aside from fighting, shooting and running errands for “M”. Her only disguise was a very poor, Jamaican[?] accent for 4 lines and one wig change? Her acting seems limited to 2 expressions as well: gruff & brooding OR, with smart-arsed comments & maniacal smiling. If you haven’t seen the current film, her part was overhyped and over marketed, with the resulting portrayal on par with say, Brie Larson in Captain Marvel and Sonequa Martin-Green (I know: “Who?!?) asStarTrek: Discovery’s Michael Burnam). 

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