The New Bond flick is looking like a wipeout before it gets rolling. Despite filming having begun on the Daniel Craig-starring, Paul Haggis-authored Casino Royale in Prague a few days ago, the producers still haven’t signed anyone to play the Icily Sophisticated, Cold-Hearted Villain in Perfect Physical Shape as well the Tough, Spirited, Independent-Minded, Fated-to-Sexually- Submit Bond Girl. “They’re talking to three to four [women] right now,” Haggis recently told a reporter. “Every week I read there’s a new Bond girl, and I call them and they say, no, you idiot.” Let’s just spit it out so we don’t have to step over the elephant: they can’t get a Bond girl because the agents for the hottest actresses are telling their clients not to do it because they don’t think Craig has the right kind of studly savoir faire and that the series may well be on its last legs, and also because no one wants to work with those Irving Thalberg-level Bond producers Michael Wilson and Barbara Broccoli. Rachel McAdams would be great to cast, but the only reason she’d accept would be a need for a whopping down payment on an expensive new home. An insider has confided that “the casting of the villain is much further along than that of the female star.”