Sam Neill as bond

Discussion in 'Alternate History Discussion: After 1900' started by Michael, Oct 29, 2004.

  1. Michael Up is Down, Black is White.

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    What if Sam Neill was chosen to be bond rather than Timothy Dalton? I've included a pic for those who don't know who Sam Neill is
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  2. Suit_N_Tie American Civil War buff

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    Sam Neil was awesome as Reilly, Ace of Spies, which was set in pre WWI. A fantastic series, I encourage all of you to take a look at this series, or at least Google it, and inform yourselves on this excellent series.
     
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  3. Straha Banned

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    probably nothing major except for the occasional butterfly. A different actor as James bondmight lead to OTHER actors becoming james bond earlier.... Vin Diesal as bond in 1996?
     
  4. Leo Caesius Banned

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    It might have saved him from having to take part in Jurassic Park III, or the worst film ever - Event Horizon.

    Where you're going, you won't need eyes!
     
  5. nyudnik Banned

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    As a chip on the shoulder Ulsterman-Kiwi, Neill had a malevolent streak that would have made him quite a vicious Bond.

    Witness his evily inspiring antinomian 10 minute monologue as Anti Christ Damien Thorn in "Damien Omen III: The Final Conflict" 1981!
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0082377/
     
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  6. MerryPrankster Well-Known Member

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    If he was Bond, that would probably mean he wouldn't have starred as Thomas Jefferson in the atrocious Sally Hemings direct-to-video movie.

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  7. Straha Banned

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    imagine my idea of an earleir vin diesel!
     
  8. Michael Up is Down, Black is White.

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    No as it's far too horrible to contemplate