No Time To Die: Production Diary

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    Unit photographer Nicola Dove confirmed there will be a book of stills (akin to Bond on Set or Blood Sweat and Bond for SP) released in April
  • jake24jake24 Sitting at your desk, kissing your lover, eating supper with your familyModerator
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    I wonder why Greg Williams was on set then.
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    jake24 wrote: »
    I wonder why Greg Williams was on set then.

    Well for starters he was never *the* unit photographer ;)
    How does your role differ from that of the Unit Photographer?
    I’ve worked on over 100 feature films, and I shoot what’s called “the specials” where I go in for a few days and shoot coverage for the press, as opposed to the Unit Photographer who’s there all the time. The Unit Photographer also shoots stills from the scenes that actually go into the movie – my pictures are more behind-the-scenes.
    https://www.007.com/skyfall-bond-on-set/

    For whatever reason he was unavailable for Spectre so Rankin did that job on that film.
  • NickTwentyTwoNickTwentyTwo Vancouver, BC, Canada
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    jake24 wrote: »
    I wonder why Greg Williams was on set then.

    Hopefully we get a Bond on Set book from him for NTTD; wasn't crazy about Blood, Sweat and Bond (and I've never seen the second Spectre photo book but it does seem a lot better).
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    antovolk wrote: »
    Unit photographer Nicola Dove confirmed there will be a book of stills (akin to Bond on Set or Blood Sweat and Bond for SP) released in April

    Well? Consider that a purchase as well as a Greg Williams book too?!
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    Maybe they’ll be one and the same thing, with both Williams’ special shoot/marketing stuff/candid BTS and Dove’s unit stills. Rankin’s one for SP certainly had both right? And Williams’ previous ones?
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  • ResurrectionResurrection Kolkata, India
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    I wish but at this point i don't think she will be casted. As an Indian I can say very talented and versatile actress. Hope there will be an Indian actress in a bond film at some point.
  • 00Agent00Agent Any man who drinks Dom Perignon '52 can't be all bad.
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    Don't forget her @Resurrection ;)

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    Her last name is Gupta. Funny coincidence
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    Well it seems she has outlived her contract.
  • ResurrectionResurrection Kolkata, India
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    @00Agent There was one in OHMSS in piz Gloria scenes (those girls) but for a Small part. I will suggest some in bond girl thread :D
  • SuperintendentSuperintendent A separate pool. For sharks, no less.
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    This hot girl plays a Cuban waitress.

    https://www.imdb.com/name/nm10707051/?ref_=ttfc_fc_cl_t21

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    In case anyone is looking for Xmas present ideas...

    Also per the T&Cs, tickets on sale in the UK in February.
  • antovolk wrote: »


    In case anyone is looking for Xmas present ideas...

    Also per the T&Cs, tickets on sale in the UK in February.

    £60?! for some cinema tickets and some trinkets, am I missing something here?
  • DarthDimiDarthDimi Behind you!Moderator
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    antovolk wrote: »


    In case anyone is looking for Xmas present ideas...

    Also per the T&Cs, tickets on sale in the UK in February.

    £60?! for some cinema tickets and some trinkets, am I missing something here?

    Maybe it's a charity event. I paid 50 EUR (about $50) for QOS in 2008, and I got nothing other than the movie and a twin-seat with a girl I hadn't met before, which was awkward, to say the least. But it was a charity thing, so there you have it. Oh, and the film was officially introduced by a "connoisseur" whom we collectively booed out of the theatre because he said things like, "Daniel Craig is only the 4th actor to play Bond" and "James Bond is the brainchild of famous film director Ian Fleming." When he started humming the Mission Impossible theme, one audience member yelled, "YOU *bleep*ING SUCK!" and the man walked off stage. And that was that. Took me two weeks to process what had transpired.
  • DarthDimi wrote: »
    antovolk wrote: »


    In case anyone is looking for Xmas present ideas...

    Also per the T&Cs, tickets on sale in the UK in February.

    £60?! for some cinema tickets and some trinkets, am I missing something here?

    Maybe it's a charity event. I paid 50 EUR (about $50) for QOS in 2008, and I got nothing other than the movie and a twin-seat with a girl I hadn't met before, which was awkward, to say the least. But it was a charity thing, so there you have it. Oh, and the film was officially introduced by a "connoisseur" whom we collectively booed out of the theatre because he said things like, "Daniel Craig is only the 4th actor to play Bond" and "James Bond is the brainchild of famous film director Ian Fleming." When he started humming the Mission Impossible theme, one audience member yelled, "YOU *bleep*ING SUCK!" and the man walked off stage. And that was that. Took me two weeks to process what had transpired.

    That makes more sense!
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    Nah it's not for charity, you get a voucher which lets you book 2x tickets at a participating cinema. I'm guessing this may include IMAX and other premium venues... hence the price
  • ResurrectionResurrection Kolkata, India
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    DarthDimi wrote: »
    antovolk wrote: »


    In case anyone is looking for Xmas present ideas...

    Also per the T&Cs, tickets on sale in the UK in February.

    £60?! for some cinema tickets and some trinkets, am I missing something here?

    Maybe it's a charity event. I paid 50 EUR (about $50) for QOS in 2008, and I got nothing other than the movie and a twin-seat with a girl I hadn't met before, which was awkward, to say the least. But it was a charity thing, so there you have it. Oh, and the film was officially introduced by a "connoisseur" whom we collectively booed out of the theatre because he said things like, "Daniel Craig is only the 4th actor to play Bond" and "James Bond is the brainchild of famous film director Ian Fleming." When he started humming the Mission Impossible theme, one audience member yelled, "YOU *bleep*ING SUCK!" and the man walked off stage. And that was that. Took me two weeks to process what had transpired.

    @DarthDimi this story alone could make hell of a comedy film :))
  • MajorDSmytheMajorDSmythe "Better cold with them on, than dead with them off, I always say."Moderator
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    DarthDimi wrote: »
    antovolk wrote: »


    In case anyone is looking for Xmas present ideas...

    Also per the T&Cs, tickets on sale in the UK in February.

    £60?! for some cinema tickets and some trinkets, am I missing something here?

    Maybe it's a charity event. I paid 50 EUR (about $50) for QOS in 2008, and I got nothing other than the movie and a twin-seat with a girl I hadn't met before, which was awkward, to say the least. But it was a charity thing, so there you have it. Oh, and the film was officially introduced by a "connoisseur" whom we collectively booed out of the theatre because he said things like, "Daniel Craig is only the 4th actor to play Bond" and "James Bond is the brainchild of famous film director Ian Fleming." When he started humming the Mission Impossible theme, one audience member yelled, "YOU *bleep*ING SUCK!" and the man walked off stage. And that was that. Took me two weeks to process what had transpired.

    @DarthDimi this story alone could make hell of a comedy film :))

    What if he lost a bet, and had to pretend to be that clueless? :D
  • ResurrectionResurrection Kolkata, India
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    DarthDimi wrote: »
    antovolk wrote: »


    In case anyone is looking for Xmas present ideas...

    Also per the T&Cs, tickets on sale in the UK in February.

    £60?! for some cinema tickets and some trinkets, am I missing something here?

    Maybe it's a charity event. I paid 50 EUR (about $50) for QOS in 2008, and I got nothing other than the movie and a twin-seat with a girl I hadn't met before, which was awkward, to say the least. But it was a charity thing, so there you have it. Oh, and the film was officially introduced by a "connoisseur" whom we collectively booed out of the theatre because he said things like, "Daniel Craig is only the 4th actor to play Bond" and "James Bond is the brainchild of famous film director Ian Fleming." When he started humming the Mission Impossible theme, one audience member yelled, "YOU *bleep*ING SUCK!" and the man walked off stage. And that was that. Took me two weeks to process what had transpired.

    @DarthDimi this story alone could make hell of a comedy film :))

    What if he lost a bet, and had to pretend to be that clueless? :D

    Then it would be much more funnier considering he knew what was he getting into for the sake of bet :P
  • DarthDimiDarthDimi Behind you!Moderator
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    Yeah, sometimes I do think it was a bet. But we were about to get the pitchforks out. ;-)
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    That's brilliant. Funniest thing I've heard in ages. 🤣🤣
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    A thing to note for anyone who bought the VIP ticket gift box: https://007store.com/products/notimetodie-vip-tickets?_pos=1&_sid=50170e86e&_ss=r

    Seems like the ticket vouchers will only be redeemable at Vue cinemas. Which isn't a problem necessarily, given the best place to see the film in the UK will be the Manchester Printworks IMAX...which is a Vue.
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  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
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    Some dutch guy wrote this on my YT-channel:
    My brother works with the the editors, and found the script of the movie This movie is very similar to Spectre: Safin (Rami Malek) is the brother of Madeleine Swann (wich explains why his surname is’nt public yet on IMDb)

    I would say that's pure rubbish since Safin is a surname.
  • WalecsWalecs On Her Majesty's Secret Service
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    Dr Julius Safin Swann No
  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
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    Walecs wrote: »
    Dr Julius Safin Swann No

    Hahaha
  • SuperintendentSuperintendent A separate pool. For sharks, no less.
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    Contraband wrote: »
    Some dutch guy wrote this on my YT-channel:
    My brother works with the the editors, and found the script of the movie This movie is very similar to Spectre: Safin (Rami Malek) is the brother of Madeleine Swann (wich explains why his surname is’nt public yet on IMDb)

    I would say that's pure rubbish since Safin is a surname.

    Yes it is, but Silva wasn't really Silva and Blofeld isn't really Blofeld. Safin could be a fake name also. Anything's possible.
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