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Simon Pudsey

I'm going to have to disagree. I think that as Bond has his roots in the world created by Ian Fleming, I feel it should remain at least somewhat true to that world. We don't modernise Shakespeare's worldview for a new audience. I think it stays. Bond as a character exists within each re-invention and does not age or integrate to his new world. If his character were to age normally and adapt to a changing world then this would be a valid point.

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