You don’t need to be Nate Silver to predict what’s going to be in Skyfall, the latest Bond film, which is out this weekend: a Bond, a Bond girl, and a Bond villain. Below, Slate’s constructed a diabolical machine that will allow you to generate your own Bond movie, with its characters and titles generated from previous Bond films. Click the poster or the spin button for a new film, and share your favorite posters with your friends. We warn you: Due to (and thanks to) keywords appearing in certain Bond titles, some of these are going to be NSFW.
Make Your Own Bond Movie!
Art by Natalie Matthews-Ramo.
Credits: George Lazenby in On Her Majesty's Secret Service courtesy of United Artists. Sean Connery by /AFP/GettyImages. Roger Moore by PIERRE VERDY/AFP/Getty Images. Pierce Brosnan by SINEAD LYNCH/AFP/Getty Images. Daniel Craig photograph by Francois Duhamel/Skyfall ©2011 Danjaq, LLC, United Artists Corporation, Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All rights reserved. Diamonds, gun, plane and dice photographs by iStockphoto. Pussy Galore in Goldfinger courtesy of United Artists. Vesper Lynd photograph by Francois Duhamel/Skyfall ©2011 Danjaq, LLC, United Artists Corporation, Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All rights reserved.
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