The culturally and spiritually comatose James Bond franchise, briefly revived by Martin Campbell’s Goldeneye in ’95 but thereafter straight-jacketed and poisoned to death by caretaker producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael Wilson, is about to sign Campbell to direct the 21st Bond flick, which will come out sometime in ’06. Of course, no actor of any standing, self-respect or intelligence wants to play 007 in the wake of Pierce Brosnan’s departure. Which movie role has had the higher turn-down rate — this or the brand-new Superman role prior to Bryan Singer taking the reins and hiring Brandon Routh?