It's one of the biggest shames in film that most actors strive to maintain a 12-year-old hairline their whole careers. The costume makes the role, so we have no idea what a dad hairline would do to these leading men. If they had to embrace it, would it charge their performances with a subtle sense of grit and world-weariness?
They're going to make the next Bond a babyface, but a receding Bond would be better. The character is a wish fulfillment fantasy, after all.