English actor Daniel Craig captures the character of "007", which he is linked to 14 years old, to be James Bond's 25th movie.
The film is number 5 in his 2006 Casino Royale, Quantum of Consolation in 2008, Skyline in 2012, Specter in 2015 and Bond 25 by Kari Fukunaga. By 2020, manufacturers are now looking for the next James Bond.
James Bond, the British intelligence agent "007", first appeared in Ian Fleming's novel "Casino Royale" in 1953, and then became his hero, appears in another novel and two sets of short stories.
After Fleming's death, Bond's literary novels and adventures continued with numerous other writers. The character was featured in movies and television series for video games, and the incomes of those films reached $ 7 billion, making it the fourth-highest movie series.
Here are some of the main points of James Bond:
– Sean Connery:
He was the first to present the screen image of the film "Dr. No" in 1962, and continued to present it to 1967. During that period, he presented five films, the last one being "You Live Just Twice" "Diamonds are Forever" in 1971.
– George Lasinby:
He was Sean Connery's successor, but only starred in one of the James Bond series in 1969, "Secret Service of Her Majesty," but he did not react well, and Connery returned to the show.
– Roger Moore:
After trying to convince Sean Connery to return to Bond, who was thrown out completely, he collaborated with Roger Moore, who became the largest number of films in the series, presenting seven films that began with "Live and Let Die" in 1973 while the "Look to Kill" in 1985.
– "Timothy Dalton":
With Roger Moore retired in 1985, Timothy Dalton was hired to perform the character of the secret agent 007, earned $ 5 million, but made only two films, The Living Daylights in 1987 and "The Killing License" in 1989.
– Pierce Brosnan:
He made only four films in the series, but one of James Bond's most prominent figures to the public. He made his first Golden Eye in 1995, earning $ 4 million to earn his fourth and final film, Die Another Day in 2002, up to $ 16 million.