Just heard on CNN Headline News that the Australian actor Eric Bana (Incredible Hulk, Troy) has been chosen as the new James Bond after Pearce Brosnan was unable to settle some vague dispute with the 007 producers. I like Bana and thought he was especially good in "Troy", but I can't see him as James Bond. I was rooting for Clive Owen (King Arthur)or Hugh Jackman (X-Men) to be the new face of Bond. It has been said the producers want to modernize Bond, making him younger, more hip and more like the action heros in Spiderman and Batman, etc. To me "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." James Bond is a sophisticated, debonaire, man-of-the world spy, not a comic book action hero. I don't think Ian Fleming, who wrote the original James Bond books would approve of this new approach or re-characterization of the great fictional spy. What do you folks think? Will Eric Bana make a successful James Bond? Or would you suggest someone else for the role?