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James Bond: Recasting Dr. No If It Was Made Today

James Bond: Recasting Dr. No If It Was Made Today

Although the James Bond series wouldn’t truly find its feet until its third installment Goldfinger, Terence Young got the franchise off to a rollicking start in 1962’s Dr. No. Sean Connery embodied the role of 007 from the offset and the movie successfully injected a healthy dose of fun into the spy genre, which was wallowing in self-seriousness at the time.

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This movie kicked off a franchise that’s been going strong for the past six decades. But if Ian Fleming’s Bond stories didn’t make it to the big screen until today, it might’ve starred Robert Pattinson and Lupita Nyong’o instead.

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