Well, the plastic surgery in that one was meant to lead into the subplot with the body doubles; I can't remember if that was meant to account for his "regenerations" though. If I just spoiled it for someone, then good; it was a terrible movie that shouldn't have been subjected to anyone but the most fervent Bond fans.Actually the only time i can think of where someone has tried to explain the change of actor it was in Doctor Who with the regeneration trick. Otherwise there's also the early James Bond films where they attempted to explain the change in actor of Blofeld by use of plastic surgery (think it was diamonds are forever)
Wow. How observant of you. Unfortunately, your post just looks like letters from various western languages stitched together to form a couple sentences in english with some spaces in between.That's a pretty crap commercial, looks like pieces from the trailer stitched together with some text in between.
Can't wait for the movie though!
The film felt just as good as the first one. My only true complaint was that Johannsen wasn't in her Black Widow catsuit long enough but it was worth it alone for the brief scene of her undressing in the back of the car. For me, the truly biggest stand out moment was the Iron Man/War Machine vs Hammer Droids moment. Also there were loads of little touches that made me smile, from Justin Hammer's introduction. Stark using a strangely familiar shield to prop up his experiment and make it level.
The after-credits scene doesn't add anything to the storyline of the film but it definately pushes the overall story forward. I really like how Marvel is beginining to tie all the films into a single narrative. For a moment i thought they had uncovered the body of Captain America but then i thought 'wait this is New Mexico, he's found in Ice!' and then when i saw the Hammer... i just could not stop smiling.