Moore Believes ‘Bond’ Needs More Humour!

By on 3 November, 2010

Sir Roger Moore is urging movie bosses to inject “a little humour” into the next James Bond movie – because ‘Quantum of Solace was too serious.

Daniel Craig made his second outing as 007 in the 2008 blockbuster, but the film was largely panned by critics. Moore believes a more humorous script for the next Bond picture will impress viewers like in the days he played the sauve superspy.

He tells The Daily Express:

“It (Quantum of Solace) wasn’t a great film by any means and the series does now really need a little humour again, as that is part of the charm of Bond.”

The 23rd Bond movie was put on hold earlier this year after the MGM film studio fell into debt, but fans were given hope this week when studio bosses announced a landmark deal to rescue the firm’s finances.

Still, I’m not so sure that humour is the best way to go because the original books weren’t relying too much on the comical one-liners. But then there’s staying faithful to the books, and giving audiences what they want.

Can’t please everyone!

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