It's the ultimate question: who is your favourite Bond? It's a tough one! With Spectre fever in full swing and Cadbury looking for a new Milk Tray man, it's time to choose. Who does it for you? Connery, Moore, Brosnan, or Craig?
Daniel Craig is your favourite Bond if you like 'em brooding and a bit troubled. Craig rebooted Bond in response to Matt Damon's Bourne, and proved that 007 is human after all. And he looks equally great in a tux or coming out of the ocean in a pair of skimpy trunks.
In a nutshell: rough and ready, piercing blue eyes, and a human side, Craig is also the first blonde Bond.
Brosnan is your favourite Bond if you love a cool, calm and collected guy who wears the hell out of a tux.
In a nutshell: the star of Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World is Not Enough, and Die Another Day, Brosnan was the coolest, most charismatic Bond with bucket loads of sex appeal.
Like your Bond on the suave, cool and witty side? Moore is your man! Also known as the 'gentleman Bond' Roger Moore was a bit less of a womaniser than Connery's. And he had loads of witty one-liners. “Take a giant step for mankind” and “Keeping the British end up, sir,” were classic Moore lines.
In a nutshell: funny, posh, and definitely the most suave, sophisticated Bond.
The favourite Bond of many, Sean Connery did define the character in films like From Russia With Love, Goldfinger, Thunderball, and You Only Live Twice. Connery is the first Bond.
In a nutshell: chiseled, manly, tall, dark, handsome, and a notorious womaniser, Connery's was definitely the bad boy Bond.
Date Posted: Friday 30th October 2015 Author: Yazmina Wallace
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