James Bond doesn't tend to wear disguises in his film adventures (or even his literary ones, come to that). However, one form of his standard attire does lend itself to a different role and Bond puts it to good use in Licence to Kill.
Food has provided a few laughs in the James Bond films. We can think of, for example, the bombe surprise in Diamonds Are Forever, where the bombe is actually a bomb. Or there's Q's lunch in GoldenEye.
In the novel of On Her Majesty's Secret Service , James Bond orders poulet Gloria for dinnerThe next day, at lunch, Bond orders œufs Gloria and a salad. But what is the Glorian style?
Some pretty awesome images of Daniel Craig in James Bond mode emerged over the weekend. One of them pictured him with a spear-gun, while in another he holds a couple of freshly-caught fish - red snapper by the look of 'em, and large ones at that.
The official launch of filming of the next James Bond film returned Ian Fleming's master spy to his birthplace at Goldeneye, formerly Ian Fleming's Jamaican retreat where the Bond novels were written.
James Bond may not eat remotely as much in the films as he does in the books, but food nevertheless plays a role in the films, typically as set dressing, and, in the case of The Living Daylights, appears in relative abundance.
In On Her Majesty's Secret Service, James Bond asks his taxi driver in Marseille whether the bouillabaisse chez Guido is always as good.