His name is Bond. James Bond. The suave spy has a license to kill and boy does he use it! He constantly utilizes his wits, gadgets, and training to implausibly escape imminent death time and time again.
But what if Bond wasn't going up against typical Bond villains whose convoluted plans and ways of killing him are destined to fail from the moment they start monologuing? What if, instead, he was going up against killers of his stature?
Could These 4 Killers Take Down James Bond?
Let's take a look!
4. Fox - Wanted
Bond meets a woman named Fox. She loves sex, money, and violence. A match made in heaven for Mr. Bond. A fast and furious romance ensues, but little does Bond know, Fox is actually an assassin who is hired to kill him! The 00 secret service find out about the Fraternity (the group of assassins that Fox works for) and Bond is tasked with taking down one of the members who was seen in London. Bond opens the file and finds a picture of none other than Fox! When he get's home Fox is waiting and after some playful banter the two get into a shootout. Bond, who is ready for the attack, is able to stay out Fox's line of sight. That is when a bullet flies around the corner and clips Bond's arm. He quickly realizes he's dealing with a woman who can literally curve bullets! He knows he has bitten off far more than he can chew with this sexy assassin. Bond runs out of ammo and has no choice but to surrender. He walks out with his hands up and tells Fox to pull the trigger and end it. But Fox can't finish him off because, surprise, surprise, she's in love with him! As she keeps the barrel of her gun fixated on Bond, another assassin from the Fraternity takes the shot and kills Fox, framing Bond for her murder. Oh, silly me... I forgot to mention Fox's father in this universe is...
3. Bryan Mills - Taken, Taken 2,Taken 3
Bryan Mills hears his daughter was murdered by Bond... and he's not all too happy about it. He gives Bond a call and lets him know he's going to find him *dramatic pause* and kill him, and he's going use his particular set of skills to do so. Unfortunately for Mills, Daniel Craig's Bond is no slouch! Fists are flying, and both are landing good hits, but it's clear Bond has the upper hand. Bond tries to tell Mills he didn't kill Fox, but Mills refuses to believe him. Bond has no choice but to kill Mills or die by his hand. After the fight, the bloodied up Bond thinks the action is over, but little does he know, Bryan Mills had a new... Bride.
2. Beatrix Kiddo - Kill Bill
Beatrix finds out her newlywed husband has been murdered and she vows to kill whoever's responsible. When the Black Mamba decides she's going to kill someone, they're as good as dead. She goes after Bond with her trusty Hattori Hanzo and the Five-Point Palm Exploding Heart Technique in her back pocket. No gadget in the world can save Bond now that Beatrix Kiddo has decided she wants to... KILL BOND. The Black Mamba goes on a rampage, murdering anyone and everyone who stands in her way on the trail to Bond, and when they finally meet he knows he's in trouble. Bond is throwing everything he has at the Mamba, but it's useless. She's simply too skilled. She thrusts the Hattori Hanzo through Bond's stomach and the fight is over. Despite being impaled, Bond is able to tell B. that he didn't kill Fox, and he had to kill Mills in self defense. She knows he's telling the truth, but still leaves him on the floor to die. However, Bond isn't going down that easy. He crawls across the floor, and leaps from the second story window into a garbage bin. He climbs into his Aston Martin, enters coordinates to the hospital, and puts it into auto drive, just before he passes out.
1. Jason Bourne - Bourne Trilogy
Once Bond gets done with an extended stay in the hospital, it's back to work. He gets the file for his first mission since recovery and finds out he's going after the elusive Jason Bourne. He tracks down Bourne to an apartment in Essex, but there's no one home so he parks his car and waits. Minutes later, Bourne pulls up on his Kawasaki Motorcycle and immediately notices the Aston Martin Parked down the street. Bond looks at Bourne, Bourne looks at Bond, AND IT IS ON! Bourne takes off down the street with Bond following close behind. They end up in an abandoned warehouse and the fight is on. The two are evenly matched at first, but Bond is still injured from his fight with Beatrix, and after a few minutes of nonstop fighting, it's clear he's in trouble. Bourne takes control of the fight and picks up Bond's pistol off the ground. He points it at Bond's chest and asks Bond why he's after him, and why nobody will leave him alone. Bond tells him the info in Bourne's file, stuff that Bourne doesn't even remember doing! Ultimately, these two talk it out and realize they're on the same side, and begrudgingly join forces in BOURNE V. BOND: DAWN OF INJUSTICE to take down the Fraternity. HA! Just kidding! Although, that would be pretty awesome.