• Apr 27, 2006

Daniel Craig, the next James Bond, has already endured his fair share of controversy, and now the poor guy will have to while away the opening sequence in Casino Royale in a Fiat W190 bulldozer. This word, after we we reported last month that he'll also be driving a Ford Mondeo in the film.

But don't shed a tear for Daniel Craig. We're quite sure that he'll still get to shack up with some ridiculously hot beauty in an exotic locale, bide his time with lots of too-cool spy gear, and save the world in his free time. Oh, and we're quite sure all the product placement in the film will result in a sizeable paycheck for the inconvenience of it all. Besides, 007 can always ditch the ditch-digger (and the Blue Oval rep-mobile) and drive off into the sunset in the Aston Martin he's also scheduled to drive. Life is tough, eh, Craig?

Casino Royale is slated for a November release.

[Source: Reuters via CNN; Fiat]



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      • 8 Years Ago
      Remember the scene in Austin Powers when he's driving a steam roller to run someone down?

      Classic.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Beverly Hills Cop 2...
      • 8 Years Ago
      haha I didnt think Lambo even made tractors anymore...well I learned something new!

      But am I the only one thats NOT looking forward to this Bond movie?
      • 8 Years Ago
      GEORGE LAZENBY Version 2.0.....

      This bond is gonna bomb!
      • 8 Years Ago
      Man A lamborgini bulldozer would have been way cooler...

      http://www.samedeutz-fahr.com/lamborghini/ranges/
      Jim Pierce
      • 8 Years Ago
      This is a photo of a front end loader, not a bulldozer.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I have absolutely no desire to see this film. Craig exudes none of the suave, debonaire characteristics of Bond. The blatant product placements also sicken me, is it a movie or a series of infomercials?