or the guns used on-screen by the other actors to play James Bond, go here. When Pierce Brosnan gave up the role of James Bond after four films (the last two even he has a hard time telling apart) the series had become quite formulaic and the last one nearly descended into the ultra-quippy camp of the later Roger Moore movies, laden with increasingly ridiculous spy gadgets (the invisible car may have been the tipping point) and scenarios. However, Die Another Day had its moments and depicted Bond in situations that would be mimicked in the Craig era. After a four-year hiatus, Bond returned to the big screen with a very different feel, tone, and a very different man holding that license to kill. Daniel Craig faced a lot of derision when it was announced he'd be the next bond, mostly, of all reasons, because he was blonde. While the previous Bonds had dark hair, Roger Moore was pretty fair-haired in a few of his Bond flicks. But concerns proved to be unfounded. While Brosnan's Bond was never afraid to get his hands dirty and definitely got involved in some heavy action scenes and stunts, he was still suave enough to fill out Bond's tux just fine.