London, Sept 22 : Don't expect James Bond to introduce himself with his famous one-liner 'The name is Bond, James Bond' in the new flick, for its makers have dropped all of the super spy's catchphrases.
The producers of 'Quantum of Solace' have removed the super spy's staple lines, fearing they may be too old-fashioned for a modern Bond.
The legendary character has often thrilled his fans with the immortal line, "The name is Bond, James Bond", and ordered his martinis "shaken, not stirred".
"There was a 'Bond, James Bond' in the script," the Independent quoted director Marc Forster, as saying.
"There are several places where we shot it as well, but it never worked as we hoped. I just felt we should cut it out, and Barbara Broccoli and Michael Wilson (the film's producers) agreed, and Daniel (Craig, who plays Bond) agreed, too.
"It's nice to be open-minded about the Bond formula. You can always go back to them later on," he added.
The fans would also miss James Bond's unfeasible gadgets on which he could always rely while dealing with difficult situations.
The scientist who created them in the basement of the MI6 building, Q, played in the past by Desmond Llewellyn and John Cleese, have also been eliminated, along with Miss Moneypenny and her flirtatious banter.