In 1987, a new James Bond film was poised to introduce an actor who appeared to be the archetype of the Bond character; a man who fit the description millions of fans already had in mind. But before The Living Daylights could shoot its first scene, fate intervened—and Pierce Brosnan was out. Enter Timothy Dalton. Would Dalton’s interpretation of the legendary spy erase the public’s appetite for Brosnan? Could the film keep pace with the success rate of the previous Roger Moore movies? Join Mad Unreal as we continue our countdown to No Time To Die by debating the finer points of one of the greatest Bond films ever.
2Pac: The Last Immortal?
What do we talk about, when we talk about 2Pac? Almost 30 years have passed since the killing of Tupac Shakur — emcee, actor, freedom