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drswannbond · 2 days ago
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James Bond, Mathilde Bond and Doudou Bond. That's it.
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atomic-chronoscaph · 21 hours ago
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Dr. No Lobby Cards (1962)
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jackharkness · 2 days ago
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gif request meme ➝ @sonyarebecchi asked: James Bond + favourite villain LE CHIFFRE from Casino Royale (2006)
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moviesandfood · 2 days ago
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No Time to Die
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aprettyspy · 15 hours ago
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You can tell how well they got on from the way she looks at him and clearly trusts him. I love how out of character Daniel is in this shot and how much fun they are having.
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ultimate-007 · 2 days ago
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Happy birthday to the astonishing GRACE JONES, who played May Day in A View To A Kill (1985)!
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crewman-penelope · 2 days ago
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Papa and his little princess
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victoriadallonfan · 2 days ago
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007: A Tangled Tress (Ward x James Bond)
As promised, my Sveta + James Bond team up fic has updated.
Summary:
He's an aging super-spy in a world of heroes and villains.
She's a mutated hero on the run after faking her death to avoid a conspiracy.
Forced to work together to stop a foreign power from unleashing a devastating plot against Gimel, Agent 007 and Sveta "Tress" Karelia have to put aside their differences in order to survive, if they don't kill each other first.
I have a bunch of other Ward fics to promote later. And yes, most of them are about Victoria Dallon, surprise.
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headcanonsandmore · 2 days ago
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AU where James Bond accidentally ends up in Ankh-Morpork and is almost immediately arrested by Sam Vimes for unregistered firearm usage, disturbing the peace and loitering. 
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pollyna · a day ago
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They made a museum out of Vauxhall, once all the reparations are finished. They put a wall, so big and tall to be almost scary, with engraved names coated in golden, rank and years of service for everyone who died in the attack and, before that, from the very beginning of the century. Tanner tried to count them all, the second time he visited, but he lost the exact number sometimes between four hundred and seven hundred. Most names are foggy memories of lives left behind the day they walk in that same hall for their first exam or for an interview, life changing events for a place that tidy and old. M's real name is between them too, just at the top of the Double-Ohs section. Olivia Mansfield and her secret little division of people doing the dirty work, trying to save the world or dying trying. Tanner knows most of them, Eve some and Q not more than ten. Nomi, when she has the time or she's feeling particularly nostalgic of a friendship that could have been, comes and sits down for a name and a name only.
Q does the same, sits in the same spot has Nomi, and spends his lunch break mostly in silence, if people are around or chatting away all the stress of the day, sometimes of the week, to that same name. Sometimes he takes just his lunch with him, sometimes specs to work the math out when the office becomes to crowd and noisy, sometimes a book or a second lunch. He says I brought your favorite today when he arrives and Until the next time, love when he leaves.
Once, or maybe more, Eve is there too, just a little further in the hall between the names of the operatives who were around at the time of the bomb, and she can see, clear as day, James sitting next to Q, eating his launch and listening to his husband and his never ending blabbering, in his blue suit and that horrendous green-grey tie Q's mother gifted him on their second Christmas together. Eve knows he's not really there, he won't be there anymore, but she saw them in the same situation over and over again that's almost difficult seeing Q alone and not searching for James too.
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geek-ramblings · 8 months ago
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A+ example of how the media manipulates people for clicks and anger engagement.
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carolinemathildes · 7 months ago
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grinchontoast · 7 months ago
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fuckyeah2000s · a year ago
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sahind · 6 months ago
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Daniel Craig as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 in...
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one-time-i-dreamt · 6 months ago
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Brendan Fraser was announced as the next James Bond.
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ultimate-007 · a day ago
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Skyfall (2012)
Ben Wishaw as Q
Javier Bardem as Silva
Daniel Craig as Bond
Bérénice Marlohe as Sévérine
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bruceswaynes · 6 months ago
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DANIEL CRAIG in NO TIME TO DIE (2021)
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oksanaastankova · 7 months ago
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Jodie Comer Teases She's Already Played 'Better' Version Of James Bond x
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prokopetz · 8 months ago
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You can tell the writers of Diamonds are Forever had never worked in customer service because the way that James Bond catches Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd out is objectively dumb as hell.
For context, the villainous duo are impersonating waiters on a fancy cruise ship, and are serving Bond a meal as a prelude to trying to kill him. Bond makes an ignorant remark about the wine in an apparent attempt to impress his dining companion; when Mr. Wint plays along with Bond’s complaint rather than correcting him, Bond is all “aha, I caught you”, having established that Mr. Wint lacks the knowledge necessary to be a fine dining waiter and is therefore an imposter.
Now, anybody who’s ever actually worked in customer service is immediately going to spot two problems with that:
1. Your average fine dining waiter almost certainly hears customers saying the daftest shit imaginable about the food and the wine in an effort to show off their alleged culinary prowess on a daily basis; and
2. It is 100% not worth their time to argue – they’d probably play along if you claimed that the wine was bottled on the Moon.
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