After the match is before the match.
With the Craig era coming to a conclusion, we not only face the question who should play the next Bond, but also in which direction the series should go.
I put this into the NTTD spoiler section for now (as it could be difficult to discuss certain aspects without spoilering NTTD), will be moved to the forthcoming B26 section later.
So, what do you think?
Just go on with the show, ignore the Craig era and proceed as usual?
The Bobby Ewing solution?
Start from scratch with a new 007 winning his license again?
Or should they now start remaking the old ones, or faithful adaptions of the novels, maybe even delve into continuation novel territories?
Would it be better to keep the Bond movies taking place in present day (or five minutes into the future), or would it be a good idea to give people back their father’s (or grandfather’s) Bond, go the retro route and make them as period pieces?
So many options, and certainly much more opinions. What’s your’s?