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James Bond Star Daniel Craig Says No To A Gay Bond. Is He Right?

Recently there’s been a lot of speculation on whether the new installment of James Bond may be a bisexual because of a scene involving Bond with a villain but star of the smooth spy franchise wants to make it (unnecessarily) clear that Bond is a ladies man only. Skyfall star Daniel Craig recently sat down to clear up the growing rumors saying a gay James Bond will never happen.

“No gay James Bond, Because he’s not gay. And I don’t think Javier’s character is either—I think he’d fuck anything.”

Okay so he has a knowledge of the character. Afterall he is the latest iteration of the womanizing spy. But let’s be a little deductive. If the franchise continues, it’s most likely that Craig won’t be the star, replaced by a younger, hotter man with a beautiful accent.

With that, new writers and producers will have their own vision of what this man of mystery will talk/act like. So who’s to say that it isn’t possible. If comics are being revisioned like DC Comics’ Green Lantern, why is it not possible for James Bond to be a smooth talking manizer? Hell, for all we know one day they can make the next Bond an African American lesbian. Is it likely? Probably not. But it is possible. Why place limits? Just a thought.

Watch The BEST James Bond 007 “SKYFALL” Ticket Giveaway EVER! – Video

Coke Zero challenged unsuspecting train passengers to unlock the James Bond in them for their chance to win exclusive tickets for the new 007 movie SKYFALL.  People had to go the extra mile and unlock their inner James Bond in less than 70 seconds to win.

Video – Actor Daniel Craig Dons Drag For International Womens Day PSA

The two-minute short, specially commissioned for last years International Women’s Day, sees 007 star Daniel Craig undergo a dramatic makeover as he puts himself, quite literally, in a woman’s shoes.

Directed by acclaimed ‘Nowhere Boy’ director/conceptual artist Sam Taylor-Wood, scripted by Jane Goldman (‘Kick Ass’) and featuring the voice of Dame Judi Dench reprising her role as ‘M’, the film will was screened in UK cinemas and streamed online in a bid to highlight the levels of inequality that persist between men and women in the UK and worldwide. It is the first film featuring Bond to be directed by a woman.