007: 10 Actors Who Were Almost Cast As Bond Villains

James Bond CASINO ROYALE movie - clip - Collapsing Villa - Bond fights to get to Vesper Lynd in the collapsing Venice building in CASINO ROYALE. The sinking Venetian villa was filmed on this day in 2006 in Pinewood’s 800,000 gallon paddock tank. Director Martin Campbell said: “Water always dictates its own pace in terms of schedule. Patience is what it’s all about. The actors have to get "Casino Royale" is no exception. Clemens Schick's German villain is not the main rogue in this latest film. The actor has admitted his role is only minor with only four lines. However, he hopes Can you name the James Bond Villain Actors? Test your knowledge on this movies quiz and compare your score to others. Quiz by BonesC Test your knowledge on this movies quiz and compare your score to others. Casino Royale (1967) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Casino Royale (2006) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. At least 300 actors have been considered for the role." The adversary in Ian Fleming's novel Casino Royale is called Le Chiffre. "The villain is usually charismatic and has a significant role Casino Royale’s Collapsing Villa 007 tries to save Vesper Lynd. Bond fights to get to Vesper Lynd in the collapsing Venice building in Casino Royale. The sinking Venetian villa was filmed on this day in 2006 in Pinewood’s 800,000 gallon paddock tank. Director Martin Campbell said: “Water always dictates its own pace in terms of schedule. Patience is what it’s all about. The actors have Casino Royale is based on the 1953 novel casino royale written by Ian Fleming. The release of the movie in 2006 by Eon productions marked the third screen adaptation of Casino Royale after the 1967 film spoof and 1994 TV episode. The inspiration for the movie comes from various incidences that happened during the wartime career of Fleming while he was at Naval Intelligence Division. Welles would go on to play a different Bond villain, Le Chiffre, in the 1967 spoof Casino Royale. 9 Rutger Hauer As General Orlov Although the title character is the main villain, Octopussy has a secondary villain in the form of the power-crazed Soviet warmonger, General Orlov. Casino Royale (1967) Never Say Never Again; Games. Computer era. James Bond 007; A View to a Kill; Goldfinger (video game) The Living Daylights (video game) Live and Let Die (video game) Licence to Kill (video game) James Bond 007 Action Pack; The Spy Who Loved Me (video game) James Bond 007: The Stealth Affair; Console era. James Bond Jr. (video game) The Duel; GoldenEye 007 (1997 game) James

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