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    Trailers releasing with their own studios films is a thing of that past. Sure you'll still get Marvel and Star Wars trailers being released with Avengers and stuff like that, but it isn't a necessity anymore. Everything is online and the movie studios know that. It's become much harder to predict.
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    Went to see Avengers age of Ultron! Was great to see the current trailer up there on the big screen and the posters in the foyer and corridors! :-bd
  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Das Boot Hill
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    RogueAgent wrote: »
    Went to see Avengers age of Ultron! Was great to see the current trailer up there on the big screen and the posters in the foyer and corridors! :-bd
    Here it was the trailer for Jurassic World (looking good by the way).
    I think it is up to the cinema itself what trailers they attach to which films.
  • edited April 2015 Posts: 3,164
    Basically the studios request theatres to place their trailers with specific "targeted opening features" when they're first released. Then usually it's just up to the theatre - hence SPECTRE playing with Avengers in some places.
  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Das Boot Hill
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    In some countries, certain cinemas are owned by studios.
  • edited April 2015 Posts: 3,164
    So starting from the second videoblog they've been following the whole once-every-month-at-the-end schedule for the video content...so could we be seeing the new trailer at the end of next month after all? (with Tomorrowland or Aloha?)
  • M_BaljeM_Balje Amsterdam, Netherlands
    edited April 2015 Posts: 4,182
    Original youtube page of 007.com update new video about car chase in Italy.



    Mabey it better to take look to this kind of footage then second trailer were there possible showing the same thing with actualy music and effects.
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    This Spectre teaster trailer left all Bond fans Shaken and Stirred, we all were expecting action sequence, car chase or helicopter crash. They even didn't show us single glimpse of any of his suit and tux. Strange but still i loved this teaser trailer
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    Alexedward wrote: »
    This Spectre teaster trailer left all Bond fans Shaken and Stirred, we all were expecting action sequence, car chase or helicopter crash. They even didn't show us single glimpse of any of his suit and tux. Strange but still i loved this teaser trailer

    to me this was the best teaser trailer since well Casino Royale's teaser (Quantum didn't have one and Skyfall's was good not great)
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    I also believe that Casino Royale teaser trailer was the best among all four, if i am not wrong that teaser trailer also gave us the glimpse of his tuxedo. But in Spectre there was nothing interesting regarding his formal attire which I was desperately for! But I have read somewhere that second teaser trailer is upcoming in the end May, is that true ?
  • jake24jake24 Sitting at your desk, kissing your lover, eating supper with your familyModerator
    edited May 2015 Posts: 10,584
    Alexedward wrote: »
    But in Spectre there was nothing interesting regarding his formal attire which I was desperately for1

    Sure there was. We did have a glimpse of his tux towards the end of the trailer when Bond was at the SPECTRE meeting.
    Alexedward wrote: »
    But I have read somewhere that second teaser trailer is upcoming in the end May, is that true ?

    This would seem likely, as it would follow the recent pattern of Eon releasing official video footage of SPECTRE at the end of every month.

  • jake24jake24 Sitting at your desk, kissing your lover, eating supper with your familyModerator
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    I just realized something. SPECTRE does not take place directly after Skyfall as some have assumed. In the Bond issue of Empire magazine, it talks about a scene in which
    there is a notepad on Swann's desk at the Hoffler Klinik with a written date of 25/4/2015.
    So this leaves the question as to why MI6 headquarters is still in rubble.
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    Alexedward wrote: »
    I also believe that Casino Royale teaser trailer was the best among all four, if i am not wrong that teaser trailer also gave us the glimpse of his tuxedo. But in Spectre there was nothing interesting regarding his formal attire which I was desperately for! But I have read somewhere that second teaser trailer is upcoming in the end May, is that true ?

    I also think the full Casino Royale Trailer was the best of the 3 Craig films. Campbell perfectly captured what a Bond trailer should be. One can only hope that EON and in particular Mendes stops trying to compete with the last John La Carre film drama which made about $25million in the US, and gives the non Bond fanatics a trailer with a full dose of the action and bond girl scenes that make Bond, BOND and filled the CR trailer to such great effect. Given all that they have already filmed, they certainly do not have to include spoilers to sell this beast. And when I note Bond Girl, I sure don't mean more of boring MP like they were selling in LV.

    Long time Bond fans may love the drama and atmosphere of the teaser, but the general audience has mostly zero interest in the drama and dialogue, and the competition for another 1$B success rests on the general audience, not on us Bond fanatics. I know folks on here think Mendes is great given SF's huge success. I think SF's success was built on many factors, including good will over the BO success of the 2 earlier Craig films and their huge DVD/TV, and online sales. Mendes's and Logan's view of an old washed up Bond did not serve Craig or Bond well and it could backfire on SP. Also, Mendes' total screw up over managing Logan and the script process is not a good reflection of his judgment. The leaks clearly showed Babs wasn't thrilled either. EON ain't dumb. Hope Babs calls the shots on the full trailer.
  • RC7RC7
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    jake24 wrote: »
    I just realized something. SPECTRE does not take place directly after Skyfall as some have assumed. In the Bond issue of Empire magazine, it talks about a scene in which
    there is a notepad on Swann's desk at the Hoffler Klinik with a written date of 25/4/2015.
    So this leaves the question as to why MI6 headquarters is still in rubble.

    Regard your spoiler...
    I wouldn't take this as meaning anything. They never perpetuate a solid level of continuity in these films. I seem to remember everyone losing it because the Greene Planet in QoS ticket was dated 2008 and everyone freaked out and said CR must have taken place two years after we saw it. That's never the case. They are just always aiming for the film of the moment to be the film of the moment. Making it date specific doesn't add anything, other than perhaps confusion for the general audience. They like to make the Bond's appear if they're happening here and now, not in the past.
  • edited May 2015 Posts: 1,552
    RC7 wrote: »
    jake24 wrote: »
    I just realized something. SPECTRE does not take place directly after Skyfall as some have assumed. In the Bond issue of Empire magazine, it talks about a scene in which
    there is a notepad on Swann's desk at the Hoffler Klinik with a written date of 25/4/2015.
    So this leaves the question as to why MI6 headquarters is still in rubble.

    Regard your spoiler...
    I wouldn't take this as meaning anything. They never perpetuate a solid level of continuity in these films. I seem to remember everyone losing it because the Greene Planet in QoS ticket was dated 2008 and everyone freaked out and said CR must have taken place two years after we saw it. That's never the case. They are just always aiming for the film of the moment to be the film of the moment. Making it date specific doesn't add anything, other than perhaps confusion for the general audience. They like to make the Bond's appear if they're happening here and now, not in the past.

    In my opinion, Bond movies should be
    timeless, no dates mentioned and no real politicians etc which would ground them in a specific time period - sure technology improves and Bond has the most up-to-date etc but that doesn't date them specifically.

    Years shown and Margaret Thatcher like jokes should be avoided
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    jake24 wrote: »
    I just realized something. SPECTRE does not take place directly after Skyfall as some have assumed. In the Bond issue of Empire magazine, it talks about a scene in which
    there is a notepad on Swann's desk at the Hoffler Klinik with a written date of 25/4/2015.
    So this leaves the question as to why MI6 headquarters is still in rubble.

    Bond movies always had a lose continuity.
  • jake24jake24 Sitting at your desk, kissing your lover, eating supper with your familyModerator
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    We should have trailer #2 at the end of this month, if Eon follows the same timeline as Skyfall and wait two months after the teaser trailer to release the second one.
    @marketto007, any news on when we'll be getting it?
  • marketto007marketto007 Brazil
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    Nothing yet @jake24. As soon as I hear anything I'll post here. :)
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    M_Balje wrote: »
    Original youtube page of 007.com update new video about car chase in Italy.



    Mabey it better to take look to this kind of footage then second trailer were there possible showing the same thing with actualy music and effects.

    Why the hell is there only one car on the road that passes them? Bloody stupid.
  • jake24jake24 Sitting at your desk, kissing your lover, eating supper with your familyModerator
    Posts: 10,584
    Bounine wrote: »
    M_Balje wrote: »
    Original youtube page of 007.com update new video about car chase in Italy.



    Mabey it better to take look to this kind of footage then second trailer were there possible showing the same thing with actualy music and effects.

    Why the hell is there only one car on the road that passes them? Bloody stupid.
    Maybe they'll be added in post?
  • dominicgreenedominicgreene The Eternal QOS Defender
    Posts: 1,756
    Bounine wrote: »
    M_Balje wrote: »
    Original youtube page of 007.com update new video about car chase in Italy.



    Mabey it better to take look to this kind of footage then second trailer were there possible showing the same thing with actualy music and effects.

    Why the hell is there only one car on the road that passes them? Bloody stupid.

    Unless it takes places somewhere around midnight, or in the early morning.
  • Posts: 48
    jake24 wrote: »
    Alexedward wrote: »
    But in Spectre there was nothing interesting regarding his formal attire which I was desperately for1

    Sure there was. We did have a glimpse of his tux towards the end of the trailer when Bond was at the SPECTRE meeting.

    Lol I wasn't able to watch even a single bit of his tux due to the dark light
  • SkyfallCraigSkyfallCraig Rome, Italy
    edited May 2015 Posts: 630
    Alexedward wrote: »
    jake24 wrote: »
    Alexedward wrote: »
    But in Spectre there was nothing interesting regarding his formal attire which I was desperately for1

    Sure there was. We did have a glimpse of his tux towards the end of the trailer when Bond was at the SPECTRE meeting.

    Lol I wasn't able to watch even a single bit of his tux due to the dark light


    It was not a Tux, it was a black suit.
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    Alexedward wrote: »
    jake24 wrote: »
    Alexedward wrote: »
    But in Spectre there was nothing interesting regarding his formal attire which I was desperately for1

    Sure there was. We did have a glimpse of his tux towards the end of the trailer when Bond was at the SPECTRE meeting.

    Lol I wasn't able to watch even a single bit of his tux due to the dark light

    Seriously, is it really relevant? The tuxedo? In a bleeding teaser? James Bond does not sleep wearing a tuxedo. Should he be ordering a martini too? To make sure it is a James Bond trailer...
  • doubleoegodoubleoego #LightWork
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    Some people like to be baby'd and spoon-fed EVERYTHING to be aher hadble to identify something as "proper" or "legit". One of the best films in the series, heck, one of the best films ever; FRWL neither had Bond in a dinner suit or ordering a Vodka Martini iirc.
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    doubleoego wrote: »
    Some people like to be baby'd and spoon-fed EVERYTHING to be aher hadble to identify something as "proper" or "legit". One of the best films in the series, heck, one of the best films ever; FRWL neither had Bond in a dinner suit or ordering a Vodka Martini iirc.

    Exactly.
  • dominicgreenedominicgreene The Eternal QOS Defender
    Posts: 1,756
    doubleoego wrote: »
    Some people like to be baby'd and spoon-fed EVERYTHING to be aher hadble to identify something as "proper" or "legit". One of the best films in the series, heck, one of the best films ever; FRWL neither had Bond in a dinner suit or ordering a Vodka Martini iirc.

    Agreed. I'm tired of people demanding the old formula back (aka going back to the Moore/Brosnan era).
  • Posts: 14,101
    doubleoego wrote: »
    Some people like to be baby'd and spoon-fed EVERYTHING to be aher hadble to identify something as "proper" or "legit". One of the best films in the series, heck, one of the best films ever; FRWL neither had Bond in a dinner suit or ordering a Vodka Martini iirc.

    Agreed. I'm tired of people demanding the old formula back (aka going back to the Moore/Brosnan era).

    Too many people think that Bond should spend the movie in a tuxedo, ordering martinis and introducing himself.
  • WalecsWalecs On Her Majesty's Secret Service
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    doubleoego wrote: »
    Some people like to be baby'd and spoon-fed EVERYTHING to be aher hadble to identify something as "proper" or "legit". One of the best films in the series, heck, one of the best films ever; FRWL neither had Bond in a dinner suit or ordering a Vodka Martini iirc.

    Amen to this.
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    Alexedward wrote: »
    jake24 wrote: »
    Alexedward wrote: »
    But in Spectre there was nothing interesting regarding his formal attire which I was desperately for1

    Sure there was. We did have a glimpse of his tux towards the end of the trailer when Bond was at the SPECTRE meeting.

    Lol I wasn't able to watch even a single bit of his tux due to the dark light


    It was not a Tux, it was a black suit.

    May be the one he Craig wore during DB10 car chase scene in Rome
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