Ha! Thats what i'm talking about. You're worried so much about the color of his skin.
Its the same thing they did when they found out Annie was being portrayed by a black girl. This is just so damn silly.
Ha! You're acting like you stumbled upon some fucking discovery. I'm not worried, just pointing out the elephant in the room. Yes, he is black, And Bond is white. Ta-da! That being said, if they tried to use a women for James Bond (Jamie Bond? Jane Bond? Jules Bond? Jessica Bond?) or somebody like, say the tubby guy from Hot Fuzz, Sean of the Dead, etc or an English white male in a wheelchair, I would say the same thing.
As far as Annie goes, which seems to have been crucified by critics, that doesn't actually bother me too much, one of the reasons being that Annie is a one shot movie. It's not part of a continuing series. For example, Romeo + Juliet is a movie I love, and it had a black man play Mercutio. I thought the actor in question did a great job, and have been a fan of him ever since. However, the casting of a black character works in this case, because the writers made it work. Ie, it takes place in a contemporary setting and we didn't have a white guy play the role for the first half of the movie.
You want James Bond to be black? Fine. But find a better reason then just: Blah! He's Black now!
And On a side note, I have yet to hear some good reasons as to why a black character should be used to portray a canon white character.