Finally, a little man-on-man action for the world’s most famous super spy.
Sure, Daniel Craig’s James Bond and Javier Bardem’s villainous cyberterrorist Raoul Silva (above) are both fully clothed during their very homoerotic exchange, but hey, it’s a start.
It’s a pivotal scene in what is undoubtedly one of the best 007 movies ever made, Skyfall. Part pseudo-origin story for the Bond character, part reality check for the relevance of an aging, old-school secret agent in a digital-warfare world, it’s the perfect blend of character and action.
From over-the-top chases and death-defying stunts to classic Bond one-liners and plenty of casual sex, there’s something for fans of all persuasions in this two-and-a-half-hour opus. Throw in the main title theme from Adele and enough shirtless Craig sequences to fill an entire Abercrombie & Fitch catalog, there’s plenty for the gay crowd to love, too.
Who knows, with Bond’s hint at bisexuality in Skyfall, could we possibly expect the 24th 007 film to be along the lines of Bi Another Day? Dr. Yes, Oh, Yes!? Octococky?
The possibilities, like Craig’s abs, are practically endless.