Casting is pretty well done and dusted for the 22nd Bond movie outing with the announcement that Ukrainian former model Olga Kurylenko will play Daniel Craig's "dangerously alluring" sidekick Camille. Olga Kurylenko in Hitman The 28-year-old, recently seen in video game spin-off Hitman (see still, right), joins 21-year-old St …
Wot no photo ?
Thought this would be another excellent photo opportunity! Ahh - there's no ASUS eeeK machine involved!
Just that - blimey.
pics or stfu!
"Olga Kurylenko" in google image search reveals boobies in the fifth result.
Not exactly hard is it?
Good afternoon Major Boothroyd.........
You know, I'm the same age and height as Daniel Craig and I have blonde hair and blue eyes. So I reckon if I hit the gym from now until the film premieres in November I might have a chance with the ladies over Christmas 2008. If I wasn't such an ugly slapped-arse twat.
re: Sure, pictures
Not exactly hard is it?"
well, after looking at those pictures.........
It was all going well until those last few words.
Anyway, back to the film - looking forward to this - DC has really brought this up to date for me, got the edge back that was in the early Sean Connery films.
Mate you had me laughing! get yourself down to Bigg Market, Newcastle, you'll be fending 'em off with yer bargepole :-) Oh and Hi to Kaz, Lisa and Amy, if you;re readin'!! (which I doubt)
Wot no pics?
Google to the rescue:
3 Bond girls?
Shurely Dame Judi Dench counts? phwoar...
What kind of parents would name their kid "Barbara Broccoli"?
Her bared breasts spent enough time on-screen in the movie Hitman that they qualified as characters in their own right for the credits. They are also both better actors than she is.
I guess she has something in common with Paris then, and that's the angle we're looking for...
Yes, that is her REAL name. The family invented the vegetable a bunch of years ago. Her dad was called "Cubby Broccoli" and was the one who bought the rights to Ian Flemings works. The only thing is that one book (Thunderball) was written with a co-author, which is why there were two pics based on the book (one produced by Broccoli, and another by a different producer). Both of the movies starred Sean Connery.
"The family invented the vegetable a bunch of years ago."
The jury is out on that one...
"[Albert "Cubby" Broccoli, the producer of the James Bond films and father of Barbara] had been born into an impoverished family of Italian immigrants in Queens, and was a self-made man, descended, apparently, from farmers who had invented broccoli by crossing a cauliflower and a pea." - http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2004/03/03/db0302.xml
"Note that some respectable sources claim Albert R. Broccoli's ancestors crossbred cauliflower with either peas or rabe to invent broccoli, but this is certainly untrue, and considered to be an urban legend." - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Broccoli#History