In Service Of Nothing Offers A Dark Ending For Sean Connery's Bond
In Service Of Nothing is a fan short film that offers a dark ending for the Sean Connery version of James Bond. While movie stars like Cary Grant and David Niven were approached - with the latter being author Ian Fleming's personal choice - a relatively unknown Sean Connery was selected to play James Bond in Dr. No. While this first movie was a hit, by the time the third adventure Goldfinger came around the James Bond series was a full-blown cultural phenomenon. Sean Connery himself would tire of the series after You Only Live Twice, but was later tempted back thanks to a very large cheque for 1971's Diamonds Are Forever, after his successor George Lazenby up and quit after only one movie.More...
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