No Time To Die: Production Diary

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  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Costa Mucho
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    Craig Bond s birthyear has been updated to 1971 since then.
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    Craig Bond s birthyear has been updated to 1971 since then.

    No, I don't think so. Even Craig's Bond's alias John Bryce, which he used for his work during the events of "Skyfall" in China in 2012, still mentions a birth year of 2012. So I don't know where you have that information that Craig's Bond is now suddenly born in 1971. To me he still is born in 1968:
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  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Costa Mucho
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    He was in SPECTRE.
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    He was in SPECTRE.

    Yes, but please show me his 'updated passport' then. I can't remember such items were made for SP.
  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Costa Mucho
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    It is somewhere on these boards. Maybe it was the papers concerning the guardianship, not sure.
  • Seven_Point_Six_FiveSeven_Point_Six_Five Southern California
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    Did they show his passport in Spectre? I cant remember. All I remember was his guardianship documents showing the date the guardianship became effective and what his age was at that time. Whatever the numbers were, they implied he was born in ~1971.

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  • jake24jake24 Sitting at your desk, kissing your lover, eating supper with your familyModerator
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    As of SP, Craig's Bond was born in '71. I believe this is revealed through the "Order of Temporary Guardianship" document.
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    jake24 wrote: »
    As of SP, Craig's Bond was born in '71. I believe this is revealed through the "Order of Temporary Guardianship" document.

    Hmmm, perhaps. But we also know that guardianship documents are never official replacements for passports or identity cards. They can't be used as official identity papers. As a matter of fact, from a legal perspective, we actually should still reason that Craig was born in 1968
  • QBranchQBranch Always have an escape plan. Mine is watching James Bond films.
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    Bond's Spectre passport says he was born in November 1972 at Glencoe.

    EDIT: it might actually be his SF passport, one or the other. But it's Bond's own passport, not Bryce. Born 11 Nov, 1972.
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    QBranch wrote: »
    Bond's Spectre passport says he was born in November 1972 at Glencoe.

    EDIT: it might actually be his SF passport, one or the other. But it's Bond's own passport, not Bryce. Born 11 Nov, 1972.

    Can you please post a picture?
  • peterpeter Toronto
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    There's another passport for the Omega presentation earlier this year; it said Bond was born in '71. It's somewhere on these threads.
  • ClarkDevlinClarkDevlin Martinis, Girls and Guns
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    peter wrote: »
    someone in that twitter account thread:

    ... noticed that DC-Bond's birthdate (as seen in the passport), is now 1972, which would make this agent 44-45...

    ... So if DC did return, the actor is 49, but the character (and DC's a good athlete/lifter; he'll be able to get back into top-form), will only be mid-40s...

    ... That's a thing that makes me go "hmmm..."
    Found @peter's post. It appears Bond is born in 1972, somehow?
  • RichardTheBruceRichardTheBruce I'm motivated by my Duty.
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    Good.
    Folks want Craig Bond to be younger. He's younger.
  • RichardTheBruceRichardTheBruce I'm motivated by my Duty.
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    I like to see Craig wearing stuff, that his immediate predecessors didn't wear before (I don't mind Humphrey Bogart though ;-) )...and that reflects the current fashion trends. Craig's winter wardrobe in Austria was marvellous.
    Craig looked awesome striding up the alp to the clinic, @Gustav_Graves. Looked seven feet tall on screen. And all business.
  • peterpeter Toronto
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    Oh, right, thanks @Clark Devlin! That's when I had my suspicions that DC wasn't quite done with the role.
  • ClarkDevlinClarkDevlin Martinis, Girls and Guns
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    peter wrote: »
    Oh, right, thanks @Clark Devlin! That's when I had my suspicions that DC wasn't quite done with the role.
    And you were right! :)
  • Creasy47 wrote: »
    I bought The Green Hornet on dvd though it was dirt cheap in a bargain bin for good reason, Waltz was better in Gilliam's Zero Theorem

    Glad I wasn't the only one that heartily enjoyed The Zero Theorem. Felt like Gilliam diving back into the world of his classic Brazil once more.

    Agree with echos of Twelve Monkeys also, Gilliam is one of my favourite directors Brazil is fantastic and feels even more relevant today.

    What did you think of The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus?
  • peterpeter Toronto
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    @ClarkDevlin , I just showed my wife what you had said about me being right. And she said, "Finally"...
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
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    Creasy47 wrote: »
    I bought The Green Hornet on dvd though it was dirt cheap in a bargain bin for good reason, Waltz was better in Gilliam's Zero Theorem

    Glad I wasn't the only one that heartily enjoyed The Zero Theorem. Felt like Gilliam diving back into the world of his classic Brazil once more.

    Agree with echos of Twelve Monkeys also, Gilliam is one of my favourite directors Brazil is fantastic and feels even more relevant today.

    What did you think of The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus?

    That's one of the few of his films I've yet to see. It's upsetting that I have yet to; how was it?
  • ClarkDevlinClarkDevlin Martinis, Girls and Guns
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    peter wrote: »
    @ClarkDevlin , I just showed my wife what you had said about me being right. And she said, "Finally"...
    Haha, nice one! Reminds me of this joke! :))

    Then again, despite all these delays and constant forgery of journalism brought in for the last two years, I always knew Craig was coming back.

  • Creasy47 wrote: »
    Creasy47 wrote: »
    I bought The Green Hornet on dvd though it was dirt cheap in a bargain bin for good reason, Waltz was better in Gilliam's Zero Theorem

    Glad I wasn't the only one that heartily enjoyed The Zero Theorem. Felt like Gilliam diving back into the world of his classic Brazil once more.

    Agree with echos of Twelve Monkeys also, Gilliam is one of my favourite directors Brazil is fantastic and feels even more relevant today.

    What did you think of The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus?

    That's one of the few of his films I've yet to see. It's upsetting that I have yet to; how was it?

    It's a curious film more so because it was Heath Ledgers last film, and there is some spooky foreshadowing within the film itself. As a Gilliam fan I think you would appreciate the film (I have gone off topic lol oh well I can't complain about this thread again)
  • peterpeter Toronto
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    yes @ClarkDevlin , they are, and that's why there's a warm bed to sleep in at nights!!
  • QBranchQBranch Always have an escape plan. Mine is watching James Bond films.
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    QBranch wrote: »
    Bond's Spectre passport says he was born in November 1972 at Glencoe.

    EDIT: it might actually be his SF passport, one or the other. But it's Bond's own passport, not Bryce. Born 11 Nov, 1972.
    Can you please post a picture?
    peter wrote: »
    someone in that twitter account thread:
    Found @peter's post. It appears Bond is born in 1972, somehow?
    Haven't seen that pic before. Thanks for posting for me, I was away from the computer.
  • edited October 2017 Posts: 2,081
    Creasy47 wrote: »
    Creasy47 wrote: »
    I bought The Green Hornet on dvd though it was dirt cheap in a bargain bin for good reason, Waltz was better in Gilliam's Zero Theorem

    Glad I wasn't the only one that heartily enjoyed The Zero Theorem. Felt like Gilliam diving back into the world of his classic Brazil once more.

    Agree with echos of Twelve Monkeys also, Gilliam is one of my favourite directors Brazil is fantastic and feels even more relevant today.

    What did you think of The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus?

    That's one of the few of his films I've yet to see. It's upsetting that I have yet to; how was it?

    It's a curious film more so because it was Heath Ledgers last film, and there is some spooky foreshadowing within the film itself. As a Gilliam fan I think you would appreciate the film (I have gone off topic lol oh well I can't complain about this thread again)

    Umm... what do you mean by "spooky foreshadowing"? He died while they were making the movie so some changes had to be made in order to finish the movie, or abandon the movie altogether. I don't see how any of the changes made could retrospectively be considered "spooky foreshadowing" since he was already dead. Or maybe I was just too upset and heartbroken watching it to consider anything as such. Please elaborate. (w spoiler tags if needed)
  • Tuulia wrote: »
    Creasy47 wrote: »
    Creasy47 wrote: »
    I bought The Green Hornet on dvd though it was dirt cheap in a bargain bin for good reason, Waltz was better in Gilliam's Zero Theorem

    Glad I wasn't the only one that heartily enjoyed The Zero Theorem. Felt like Gilliam diving back into the world of his classic Brazil once more.

    Agree with echos of Twelve Monkeys also, Gilliam is one of my favourite directors Brazil is fantastic and feels even more relevant today.

    What did you think of The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus?

    That's one of the few of his films I've yet to see. It's upsetting that I have yet to; how was it?

    It's a curious film more so because it was Heath Ledgers last film, and there is some spooky foreshadowing within the film itself. As a Gilliam fan I think you would appreciate the film (I have gone off topic lol oh well I can't complain about this thread again)

    Umm... what do you mean by "spooky foreshadowing"? He died while they were making the movie so some changes had to be made in order to finish the movie, or abandon the movie altogether. I don't see how any of the changes made could retrospectively be considered "spooky foreshadowing" since he was already dead. Or maybe I was just too upset and heartbroken watching it to consider anything as such. Please elaborate. (w spoiler tags if needed)

    I was referring to a particular scene in the film
  • RichardTheBruceRichardTheBruce I'm motivated by my Duty.
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    Regarding the current subject line - Bond 25 Production Diary: Rory Kinnear unsure if he'll return as Tanner

    So that means he's holding out for a bigger salary. Or a meatier role. Good for him!
  • bondjamesbondjames You were expecting someone else?
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    He just wants to make sure he'll be able to go out 'on a high' before committing.
  • MurdockMurdock Mr. 2000
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    Agreed.
  • dominicgreenedominicgreene The Eternal QOS Defender
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    Bye.
  • ClarkDevlinClarkDevlin Martinis, Girls and Guns
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    bondjames wrote: »
    He just wants to make sure he'll be able to go out 'on a high' before committing.
    Yep! @TheWizardOfIce will strap him to a space rocket and fire him to the moon. He’s going out on a high alright.
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