Results are in for best Bond and favourite Bond girl
Today’s the day, as Spectre is finally here! Have you booked your tickets to see Sam Mendes’s latest James Bond blockbuster, starring Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, Monica Bellucci and Léa Seydoux?
In case you hadn’t noticed, we’ve been getting in the Bond mood over the past few weeks, and now’s a better time than ever to reveal the results of our opinion polls.
We had an amazing 818 TVDaily readers voting for their favourite ‘Bond Girl’, and while the results were close, Melina Havelock – played by Carole Bouquet in For Your Eyes Only – came up on top.
Here’s Melina looking like a total badass with a bow and arrow. Is it any surprise she won our hearts?
Our personal favourite May Day, as played by Grace Jones in A View To A Kill, came in a close second place.
Meanwhile, the top ten of our long list of dangerous beauties included fan faves Solitaire, Tiffany Case, Jill Masterson, Honey Ryder, Camille Montes, Vesper Lend, Miranda Frost and Xenia Onatopp.
Here are your top ten Bond girls in a handy pie chart:
Of course, we also asked our lovely readers to vote on the man of the hour. Which incarnation of the world famous international man of mystery is the most popular?
675 of you voted, and the results were rather unsurprising.
Taking the top spot for Best Bond was Sean Connery, who played the iconic 007 in seven Bond films between 1962 and 1983.
Current Bond and star of Spectre Daniel Craig wasn’t far behind, and neither was Roger Moore, who also played 007 in no fewer than seven films.
Here’s the full breakdown of how you voted:
We didn’t ask you which was the best Bond movie of all time, as we know that every instalment is iconic in its own individual way, and there’s simply no way of picking a favourite.
That being said, make sure you check out Spectre, which is out in cinemas across the UK from today (26.10.15)!