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Casino Royale (14-Nov-2006)

Director: Martin Campbell

Writers: Paul Haggis; Neal Purvis; Robert Wade

From novel: Casino Royale by Ian Fleming

Keywords: Action/Adventure, James Bond, Parkour, Explosions

Agent 007 must defeat a weapons dealer in a poker game at a Montenegro casino as part of his latest high-stakes mission.

ABSTRACT
Daniel Craig's first turn as James Bond sees him working to undermine corrupt arms dealer and terrorist financier Le Chiffre by defeating him in a perilous game of poker at the Casino Royale in Montenegro. Casino Royale represents a departure from prior entries in the Bond franchise in that it stands as a reboot existing independently of previously-established film timelines, allowing for a curious depiction of our hero as a vulnerable man more susceptible to the usual seductresses and red herrings found along the way than the franchise's usual super-slick "men's men".

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alessandra Ambrosio
Model
11-Apr-1981   Brazilian supermodel
Daniel Craig
Actor
2-Mar-1968   The current James Bond
Isaach De Bankolé
Actor
12-Aug-1957   Casino Royale
Judi Dench
Actor
9-Dec-1934   Mrs. Brown
Giancarlo Giannini
Actor
1-Aug-1942   Seven Beauties
Eva Green
Actor
5-Jul-1980   The Dreamers
Mads Mikkelsen
Actor
22-Nov-1965   Casino Royale
Ivana Milicevic
Actor
26-Apr-1974   Head Over Heels
Jeffrey Wright
Actor
7-Dec-1965   Basquiat

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