If you’re like me, you might suspect that Timothy Dalton’s third Bond film, could have easily been his best. In The Lost Adventures of James Bond, author Mark Edlitz uncovers the different potential scenarios for Timothy Dalton's abandoned third and fourth Bond films.
And it doesn't end there. The world of James Bond is bigger than you might think. You've seen all the movies and devoured Ian Fleming’s books, but there is much more to discover about the world of 007. There is a universe of Bond adventures that have been ‘lost’ or just unmade, out-of-print. Through his probing interviews with their creators in The Lost Adventures of James Bond, Mark Edlitz talks to actor Toby Stephens about playing 007 on radio productions, delves into the unproduced Casino Royale play, and exposes the secret history of James Bond Jr, the animated series about James Bond’s nephew, he investigates the cheeky commercial which inserts Daniel Craig into a Roger Moore-style escapade, and reveals the story behind Sean Connery's lost Bond performance.
These and other projects are revealed in this vastly entertaining and enlightening book. Using never-before-seen photographs, Edlitz uncovers a wealth of unexplored lore. The Lost Adventures of James Bond is a must for any Bond fan.