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Is Jenna-Louise Coleman the new Doctor Who Companion?

Coleman for Bond?

Maybe it’s the fact that if you work with someone who says it, you’re more likely to think it. Either way, Matt Smith has definitely made an impression on Jenna-Louise Coleman.


After Smith’s comments that he would like to play a Bond villain, Coleman has announced that she would like to play a Bond girl, and boy, what a good Bond girl she would make!

The Bells of Saint John, the first episode for the 2013 run of Doctor Who, airs this Saturday and is described as an urban thriller set in London.

Coleman seems to have been bitten by the bug of the adventure thriller and even says:

I’d love to be a Bond girl — I did have my moment on the back of a motorbike. But then we’ve got the goggles and the hat, so it was Doctor Who’s take on James Bond.

Whilst we can all enjoy Coleman running around London with a hat on, do we think that she would do well as a Bond girl?

She certainly has the looks and the personality but if the good people at Eon Productions asked Coleman to drop Doctor Who and act in Bond would we all be happy?

Doctor Who or James Bond, you let Coleman know!


What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!

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