Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Which Bond is the baddest? Graphic shows how many kills, women & martini each version got through & the answer might surprise you


Over the course of six decades and 24 films, Ian Fleming's legendary character James Bond has become synonymous with drinking martinis, sleeping with women and shooting anyone who gets in his way. Now, to mark the release of Spectre, MailOnline compiled the number of kills, sexual partners and martinis drunk by each of the six Bonds to have played the famous character. Which actor is your favourite? Mine is Roger Moore...by far! 

 
  
The results show George Lazenby's 007 averaged the highest number of sexual partners. Although he only starred in one film - 1969's On Her Majesty's Secret Service - he slept with three women.
Sean Connery averaged 2.66 sexual conquests across six films, placing him second in this category.
Coming last in both the number of kills and sexual partners, it would appear Daniel Craig's portrayal of Bond marks a shift away from the womanizing of his predecessors.
Craig's recent suggestion Bond is 'sexist', 'misogynistic' and 'very lonely' would appear to reflect his portrayal.

Across the three movies (not including Spectre) which he has played 007, he averaged just 1.33 sexual partners a film - placing him last on the list of womanizing Bonds.
But where Craig did prove to be quintessential Bond was in the number of martinis consumed
He came tied in first place with Lazenby, Timothy Dalton and Pierce Brosnan as drinking one 'shaken, not stirred' martini in every film.

Perhaps surprisingly, Connery averaged just 0.5 martinis across the six films he starred in, while Roger Moore, who portrayed Bond seven times, could only muster a paltry 0.28.
Finally, those wondering which Bond has the most blood on their hands are left in no doubt - Pierce Brosnan's 007 massacred 21.25 people per film.
In second place was Moore, with 7.71, followed by Connery, on 7.33. In last place was Craig, whose 007 makes an average of 2.66 kills per film.

Culled from Mail Online.