It's been rumoured to be the greatest Bond reunion ever, with all the actors who've played 007 supposed to be joining up together at the Oscars.
However previous Bond Pierce Brosnan has now cast doubt on the idea, by intimating that he might not be playing ball and joining the other five men who've made their names as the suave secret agent.
Asked by TMZ.com whether the rumours that all six actors would be at the Dolby Theatre on February 24, Brosnansaid: "Well, they'll be missing one."
The interviewer then asked whether the missing Bond star would be Sean Connery, and the 'Die Another Day' star uttered something that either sounded like "could be" or "me".
Pierce Brosnan, shunning the Oscars? (Photo: Andrea Raffin/WENN)
If there is one missing it will be one of Brosnan, Daniel Craig (unlikely), George Lazenby, Timothy Dalton, Roger Moore or Sean Connery.
Oscar bosses are planning a tribute to 50 years of James Bond movies, with Adele playing 'Skyfall' at the ceremony. This comes despite the fact that over the years the Oscars have shunned the franchise when it comes to the big honours.
It would seem that Brosnan should be at the the ceremony, as the star has featured in the Oscars pre-publicity, with his Bond being ribbed by Oscars host Seth MacFarlane.