I’M SORRY I EVER MET YOU

Premiere, December 2005–January 2006, p. 32 (bold, but indeed not emphasis, added):

Based on Bond creator Ian Fleming’s first book,
Casino (and, no, it’s nothing like the 1967 Woody
Allen spoof version) tells how Bond becomes a
hotshot British spy—and, yes, as a trainee, that
means he gets fewer cool gadgets. Director Martin
Campbell (GoldenEye) says the gritty coming-of-
spy tale in the novel will be toned down to PG-
13–ville—Bond won’t smoke 70 cigarettes a day,

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