According to Casino Royale director Martin Campbell, the film will focus on James Bond's personal development, exploring how the "young" (which in itself is now even more risky, given that star Daniel Craig looks all of his 37 years) man turns into a super-suave, indestructible British agent. Surprisingly, it's a woman who is largely responsible for "forging" that agent - Vesper Lynd, the not-yet cast hot Russian that hopeful rumors have been touting as a role for Angelina Jolie. Get this – Bond "falls in love with her, and it does change him forever." Oh boy. What this about – real feelings for a woman? From James Bond? Isn't there some sort of movie law against that?