Remember when we all had some major funzies peeping what Batman, er, Bruce Wayne's true face looked like? Well, another fictional gent of debonair composure has now been exposed... This time, it's Bond, James Bond.
Unlike some heroes of his blockbuster caliber, Bond isn't in the global villain decimation game for popularity's sake. And all he needs in the way of costuming is a ridiculously well-tailored tuxedo, a shaken-not-stirred martini in his left hand and the keys to the latest automotive miracle of Her Majesty's Secret Service in his right (or a Walther PPK; that'll work also).
Over the course of cinema's 50 (yeah, five-oh) years of Bond movie-making there have been five main studs to tackle the part: Sean Connery, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and, of course, Daniel Craig. Each of the gents has a distinctly unique face, such that the transition, like from Brosnan to Craig for instance, went a little something like this: "What? That doesn't look right!" then months later, "Oh yeah, that guy works."
Had we known all along that what was really going on was a slow piecing together of one ultra-Bond, as mashed up by the folks who made this pic, we may have just jumped on board
the speeding train right off.
See if you can figure out which feature belongs to which Bond guy.