Pierce out as 007

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    Friskey™

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    Nooooooo!
     
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    awww man!
     
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    That's horrible news. In my opinion, he was the second-best Bond behind Sean Connery. I hope they get someone great to play Bond. Maybe even Colin Farrell, like the rumors in the past were saying.
     
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    He was the only thing keeping the Bond series alive.
     
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    I wish Farrell would take the role, but there's pretty much no way you'll get him to -- he doesn't want to ruin his career.

    I guess the good news is that there are a lot of great choices to replace him. Still wish he would've done one more at least, though... well, still wish he would've been given the chance, I should say.
     
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    I thought we'd already known this.

    Wow! Brosnan is 52?! It's amazing what the movies can do to make you younger...
     
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    In my opinion Farrell's career is going down the drain anyway. Alexander was a huge bomb and the only thing keeping him alive (the tabloids) have lost interest in him.

    Back on topic: I don't know who I'd like to see as the new Bond. I'm sure they'll pick a decent one, but I don't know if he'll be as good as Connery or Brosnan.
     
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    that's too bad.. hope they'll find a good new James Bond!
     
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    Brosnan was good it's a shame he is done. Anyone think Hugh Jackman would do a good job?
     
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    In my opinion Farrell's career is going down the drain anyway. Alexander was a huge bomb and the only thing keeping him alive (the tabloids) have lost interest in him.

    Back on topic: I don't know who I'd like to see as the new Bond. I'm sure they'll pick a decent one, but I don't know if he'll be as good as Connery or Brosnan. [/b][/quote]
    While I don't really dispute that Alexander was a bomb and not a very good movie, I think it's hard to say his career is going down the drain when he simply hasn't been doing as many movies as he used to. Just because someone's taking a break doesn't mean their careers are going down the drain... if you thought like that then Linkin Park's career (collectively) is going down the drain.
     

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