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agent.bear
Say No to Diddy Bond
Dec 2 2008, 4:55 PM EST | Post edited: Dec 2 2008, 4:55 PM EST
As a black man, and a Bond fan I can't help but roll my eyes and groan at the thought of "p diddy" being James bond, the subtle confidence and charm of 007 is something that I am positive mr combs could never pull of. one only need look at any of his ham-fisted attempts at cinema to know that he has nothing close to the skills required to fill the tux. If ever there was to be a black james bond the closest match would probably be Denzel Washington, but I feel that the movies have been getting too "americanized" in the first place, I can't watch bond drive a ford in casino royale without fighting the urge to puke. Daniel Craig is doing an excellent job, I think it's far too early to be sizing him up for the casket. 21  out of 21 found this valuable. Do you?    
FionaVolpe
FionaVolpe
1. RE: Say No to Diddy Bond
Dec 6 2008, 9:46 PM EST | Post edited: Dec 6 2008, 9:46 PM EST
I concur. I mentioned that in another post somewhere. Funny, no one ever said anything that I can remember when the most recent reincarnation of Felix Leiter was black. 7 guys all white then Jeffrey Wright.

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Gettler
Gettler
2. RE: Say No to Diddy Bond
Dec 8 2008, 10:39 AM EST | Post edited: Dec 8 2008, 10:39 AM EST
When I first read the news item about P. Diddy, I thought it was a joke! This man doesn't even have a real name...he wasn't always P. Diddy, was he? Jamie Foxx at least has acting credentials. Do you find this valuable?    

LORDJIM
3. RE: Say No to Diddy Bond
Feb 2 2009, 1:15 PM EST | Post edited: Feb 2 2009, 1:15 PM EST
"As a black man, and a Bond fan I can't help but roll my eyes and groan at the thought of "p diddy" being James bond, the subtle confidence and charm of 007 is something that I am positive mr combs could never pull of. one only need look at any of his ham-fisted attempts at cinema to know that he has nothing close to the skills required to fill the tux. If ever there was to be a black james bond the closest match would probably be Denzel Washington, but I feel that the movies have been getting too "americanized" in the first place, I can't watch bond drive a ford in casino royale without fighting the urge to puke. Daniel Craig is doing an excellent job, I think it's far too early to be sizing him up for the casket."
well said .
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beatlehead
beatlehead
4. RE: Say No to Diddy Bond
Feb 2 2009, 1:16 PM EST | Post edited: Feb 2 2009, 1:16 PM EST
No to Diddy Bond. Do you find this valuable?    
moore4ever
moore4ever
5. RE: Say No to Diddy Bond
Feb 10 2009, 11:00 AM EST | Post edited: Feb 10 2009, 11:00 AM EST
Diddy stick to your reality junk. 0  out of 1 found this valuable. Do you?    

Posted Anonymously
6. RE: Say No to Diddy Bond
Feb 10 2009, 12:05 PM EST | Post edited: Feb 10 2009, 12:05 PM EST
"Diddy stick to your reality junk."
i saw him in that recent notorious remake and he's no gregory peck.
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Posted Anonymously
7. RE: Say No to Diddy Bond
Feb 10 2009, 2:38 PM EST | Post edited: Feb 10 2009, 2:38 PM EST
"i saw him in that recent notorious remake and he's no gregory peck. "
They need to leave the classics alone. The Three Stooges even have a new movie in development.
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QuartermasterQ
QuartermasterQ
8. RE: Say No to Diddy Bond
Feb 11 2009, 3:37 PM EST | Post edited: Feb 11 2009, 3:37 PM EST
"They need to leave the classics alone. The Three Stooges even have a new movie in development."
Are you serious? Wow, way to ruin it.
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beatlehead
beatlehead
9. RE: Say No to Diddy Bond
Feb 11 2009, 3:43 PM EST | Post edited: Feb 11 2009, 3:43 PM EST
"Are you serious? Wow, way to ruin it."
Our anonymous friend is correct, Q; there are presently lots of reports about the project on the web. How you can make a Three Stooges movie without the Stooges, though, is beyond me.
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QuartermasterQ
QuartermasterQ
10. RE: Say No to Diddy Bond
Feb 11 2009, 3:54 PM EST | Post edited: Feb 11 2009, 3:54 PM EST
"Our anonymous friend is correct, Q; there are presently lots of reports about the project on the web. How you can make a Three Stooges movie without the Stooges, though, is beyond me. "
Seems that more people are jumping on to the "Let's Remake Everything Bandwaggon" in Hollywood.
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beatlehead
beatlehead
11. RE: Say No to Diddy Bond
Feb 11 2009, 5:29 PM EST | Post edited: Feb 11 2009, 5:29 PM EST
"Seems that more people are jumping on to the "Let's Remake Everything Bandwaggon" in Hollywood."
Yes, and it's for that reason I won't be seeing the new Battlefield Earth... ;)
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00seven
00seven
12. RE: Say No to Diddy Bond
Feb 11 2009, 8:00 PM EST | Post edited: Feb 11 2009, 8:00 PM EST
"Yes, and it's for that reason I won't be seeing the new Battlefield Earth... ;)"
lol
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koolkikij
koolkikij
13. RE: Say No to Diddy Bond
Feb 12 2009, 5:14 AM EST | Post edited: Feb 12 2009, 5:14 AM EST
"Yes, and it's for that reason I won't be seeing the new Battlefield Earth... ;)"
on the other hand, Watchmen is coming out soon! so is a new Star Trek. now, i can finally bring back out of the basement, and into public, my vulcan ears and watchmen smiley face shirt. theyve been down there since the start of the 90s. lets hope they still fit ;)
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00seven
00seven
14. RE: Say No to Diddy Bond
Feb 12 2009, 7:26 PM EST | Post edited: Feb 12 2009, 7:26 PM EST
"on the other hand, Watchmen is coming out soon! so is a new Star Trek. now, i can finally bring back out of the basement, and into public, my vulcan ears and watchmen smiley face shirt. theyve been down there since the start of the 90s. lets hope they still fit ;)"
Looking forward to both these movies
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koolkikij
koolkikij
15. RE: Say No to Diddy Bond
Feb 13 2009, 5:50 AM EST | Post edited: Feb 13 2009, 5:50 AM EST
"Looking forward to both these movies"
as am i. back in the day, i was a HUGE star trek fan.
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koolkikij
koolkikij
16. RE: Say No to Diddy Bond
Feb 13 2009, 5:55 AM EST | Post edited: Feb 13 2009, 5:55 AM EST
"as am i. back in the day, i was a HUGE star trek fan."
and, needless to say, when i wasnt doing anything at yale and when the skull and bones werent meeting, i read watchmen, lol.
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QuartermasterQ
QuartermasterQ
17. RE: Say No to Diddy Bond
Feb 13 2009, 1:41 PM EST | Post edited: Feb 13 2009, 1:41 PM EST
"and, needless to say, when i wasnt doing anything at yale and when the skull and bones werent meeting, i read watchmen, lol."
lol
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Posted Anonymously
18. RE: Say No to Diddy Bond
Feb 15 2010, 7:38 PM EST | Post edited: Feb 15 2010, 7:38 PM EST
I think Wesley Snipes or Will Smith would be a better Bond then P. Diddy Do you find this valuable?    

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