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Fans can’t get enough of James Bond and are coming up with their own titles for future installments. Who can blame them for wanting to get involved.
In just a few hours the suggestion list has become the top trend on Twitter using the hashtag #rejectedbondtitles.
Here are just a few of the most recent suggestions:
The Spy Who Loved Me But Wasn’t, Like, IN Love With Me#RejectedBondTitles
— Alex Baze (@bazecraze) November 29, 2012
From Russia With Free Shipping #rejectedbondtitles
— James Bond (@jamesbondlive) November 30, 2012
— maureenjohnson (@maureenjohnson) November 29, 2012
Even celebrities have gotten involved, reports The Sun:
“Star Trek star Wil Wheaton suggested the Carly Rae Jepson-inspired Never Say Never But Call Me Maybe, while Lost creator Damon Lindelof added a political angle with the title Diamonds Are Forever Mined On The Backs Of Oppressed Peoples.”
What are your suggestions?