James Bond: Enormous PLOT HOLE plagues Casino Royale’s final scenes

James Bond (played by Daniel Craig) jumped into action during 2006’s Casino Royale. He stunned fans with his gritty, harder version of the man of mystery, showing off exactly what Bond fans were missing all along. While his fifth and final film No Time To Die is just around the corner, fans have been looking into the previous films in the franchise, including Casino Royale.

However during their dissection of earlier films they have come across an odd plot hole.

The plot hole actually has more to do with Quantum of Solace – Casino Royale’s 2008 sequel.

During the final moments of Casino Royale Bond is seen wearing a tailored three-piece suit, whilst driving prisoner to M (Judy Dench).

The beginning moments of Quantum of Solace actually follow Casino Royale mere moments after the fact.

However fans have noted that Bond is actually dressed entirely differently – despite these shots supposedly being just a moment later.

Speaking out on Movie Mistakes, one fan noted this error, and pointed out why it was such an issue.

They wrote: “At the end of ‘Casino Royale’ Bond is wearing a three-piece suit.

“Although ‘Quantum of Solace’ begins just minutes later, Bond is wearing a completely different, two-piece, suit.”

Of course, not everything can be exactly the same between films.

However, considering both scenes were supposed to be played back-to-back, fans may have been expecting to see Bond wearing exactly the clothes he was before the film ended.

This wasn’t the only plot hole found by fans of the franchise.

Earlier this month viewers noted how the password in Casino Royale was changed halfway through the film.

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Viewers noted how Bond told Vesper Lynd (Eva Green) the password was her name towards the end of the film.

But during the first half of the film Bond could be seen punching in the password himself, and the numbers didn’t add up.

One fan wrote: “When Bond enters his password in the casino, he enters 836547.

“He later gives the password as VESPER, which on an alpha-numeric keypad would be 837737.”

If Vesper was the password, how did Bond manage to get it so wrong the first time around?

Otherwise, this of course could be explained away by Bond changing the password halfway through the film.

But considering the film didn’t showcase this, could it simply be a continuity error?

No Time To Die is currently set for UK release on November 12, 2020.

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