Bond is back! Daniel Craig is the latest to don James Bond's tux in "Casino Royale." Most actors would take out a license to kill to play the superspy, but instead Craig just looks grumpy. His furrow appears deeper than the average Bond girl's décolletage. A large part of the appeal of 007 has been his nonchalance in the face of danger. Sean Connery seemed neither shaken nor stirred by potentially demasculinating lasers. Craig's perpetual frown could be lightened with a Botox treatment, an injection that relaxes the brow muscles. A calmer appearance could undermine the confidence of conniving villains. Sensation of the area remains normal and sharp shooting skills are not lessened. After a few months, the effects fade, but Bond could call "D", his dermatology operative, for another dose. After all that 007 has done to save the world, can't the franchise spare him a little Botox? More skin in cinema at skinema.com.