No Time to Die production thread (MINOR SPOILERS ALLOWED)

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  • Posts: 138
    New Land Rover Defender in what looks like Norway scenes in NTTD. Looks like Russian number plates...
    https://www.motor1.com/news/367252/2020-defender-no-camo-photo/
  • The00FilesThe00Files Netherlands
    Posts: 26
    Do we think they'll use a real one for close-ups back at Pinewood? I still think it's an odd choice to only use the modified fake ones when you consider that they did drive with real ones in GE... Granted, they put the thing through some serious scrapes while filming, but now it almost feels like AM doesn't trust the production anymore with the real ones.

    In 1994/5 they were worth around 100K, these days a silver one goes for the better part of a million, if not more depending on the auction attendees. I'd assume driving a real one on a movie set is an insurance nightmare as well.
  • matt_umatt_u better known as Mr. Roark
    edited August 2019 Posts: 1,881
    The guy I know who lives in Matera just told me that Rami Malek is in Matera right now.
  • DeerAtTheGatesDeerAtTheGates Belgium
    Posts: 437
    The00Files wrote: »
    Do we think they'll use a real one for close-ups back at Pinewood? I still think it's an odd choice to only use the modified fake ones when you consider that they did drive with real ones in GE... Granted, they put the thing through some serious scrapes while filming, but now it almost feels like AM doesn't trust the production anymore with the real ones.

    In 1994/5 they were worth around 100K, these days a silver one goes for the better part of a million, if not more depending on the auction attendees. I'd assume driving a real one on a movie set is an insurance nightmare as well.

    But the ones used on CR, SF and SP were real ones as well, right? I understand them going this route for the heavy action scenes, but for actual close-ups with Craig I don't see the problem of them using a real DB5, unless the insurance has gone way, way up from 2015.
  • JamesCraigJamesCraig Ocean Club, Bahamas.
    Posts: 2,804
    matt_u wrote: »
    The guy I know who lives in Matera just told me that Rami Malek is in Matera right now.

    I hope that we finally get a glimpse of him. B-)
  • matt_umatt_u better known as Mr. Roark
    Posts: 1,881
    JamesCraig wrote: »
    matt_u wrote: »
    The guy I know who lives in Matera just told me that Rami Malek is in Matera right now.

    I hope that we finally get a glimpse of him. B-)

    Doesn't sound "unexpected" to feature the villain in the PTS, btw?

    I just report this info, but as long as I don't see a picture of him I'm not goin to fully believe it.
  • mtmmtm
    Posts: 2,039
    Gus82 wrote: »
    New Land Rover Defender in what looks like Norway scenes in NTTD. Looks like Russian number plates...
    https://www.motor1.com/news/367252/2020-defender-no-camo-photo/

    Oh wow: that is a huge scoop. That’s a massively anticipated car.
  • wetnellywetnelly Nearby
    Posts: 21
    mtm wrote: »
    Gus82 wrote: »
    New Land Rover Defender in what looks like Norway scenes in NTTD. Looks like Russian number plates...
    https://www.motor1.com/news/367252/2020-defender-no-camo-photo/

    Oh wow: that is a huge scoop. That’s a massively anticipated car.

    I’m guessing That’s the car they told us they didn’t want the public to see at Swinley Forest also
  • ggl007ggl007 www.archivo007.com Spain, España
    Posts: 2,349
    wetnelly wrote: »
    ggl007 wrote: »

    No. This time it’s Tenet, according to the crew that were there earlier. Michael Caine is there.
    5dc997ef474510b2bfcfcb3fab11fbd9f22f6b92.jpeg

  • Posts: 3,801
    All these videos are much appreciated. Wish they would put stuff like this on the blu ray extras.
  • DonnyDB5DonnyDB5 Buffalo, New York
    Posts: 1,422
    Maybe a teaser trailer will drop with IT next week. Fingers crossed!
  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
    Posts: 1,627
    Choppercam I think in the first clip



    Today's shooting area:
    The orangemarked square piazza san pietro caveoso on the location map is where they shoot all the cars in the clip above

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  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
    Posts: 1,627
    Slider second pic, is this the church they gonna shoot at or inside? Name of the church?



    If so, we might see Craig & co there in sept.

  • 00Agent00Agent Any man who drinks Dom Perignon '52 can't be all bad.
    Posts: 5,103
    The church on the Hill is Santa Maria de Idris (Elba?) The church on the ground where they currently shoot in front of is called San Pietro Caveoso. They are next to each other.

    https://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-church-of-san-pietro-caveoso-and-church-of-santa-maria-de-idris-sasso-87475451.html
  • matt_umatt_u better known as Mr. Roark
    Posts: 1,881
    Sassilive reported that they will shoot inside the Santa Maria de Idris church.
  • edited August 2019 Posts: 5,732
    Don't know why but found this hypnotising (from yesterday) :

    There you have it: Malek´s evil villain stops at nothing. Not only is he clonig humans, he even clones cars!



    Bounine wrote: »
    The clips look good but if they don’t have decently lengthed POV’s in this car chase scene then it just won’t be as exciting for me as the ones in Ronin. Now these are brilliantly shot car chase scenes.
    Ever since watching Ronin in the cinema I wait for a Bond film (or any other action film, for that matter) to feature something on that level.
    But from what we saw so far the scene in Matera could be very short as far as vehicles are concerned, so that the comparison with Ronin possibly has no basis anyhow. Which of course shouldn´t keep them from making the most visceral car chase scene the world has ever witnessed.

  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
    Posts: 1,627
    00Agent wrote: »
    The church on the Hill is Santa Maria de Idris (Elba?) The church on the ground where they currently shoot in front of is called San Pietro Caveoso. They are next to each other.

    https://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-church-of-san-pietro-caveoso-and-church-of-santa-maria-de-idris-sasso-87475451.html

    @00Agent Ok, thanks.
  • edited August 2019 Posts: 5,732
    The00Files wrote: »
    Do we think they'll use a real one for close-ups back at Pinewood? I still think it's an odd choice to only use the modified fake ones when you consider that they did drive with real ones in GE... Granted, they put the thing through some serious scrapes while filming, but now it almost feels like AM doesn't trust the production anymore with the real ones.

    In 1994/5 they were worth around 100K, these days a silver one goes for the better part of a million, if not more depending on the auction attendees. I'd assume driving a real one on a movie set is an insurance nightmare as well.

    But the ones used on CR, SF and SP were real ones as well, right? I understand them going this route for the heavy action scenes, but for actual close-ups with Craig I don't see the problem of them using a real DB5, unless the insurance has gone way, way up from 2015.
    Who would see the difference, if they can make really good mock-ups? Even if they shoot scenes inside the car, with the leather and everything clearly visible, I wouldn´t be surprised if making one on their own would be cheaper than having a real one. Unless one of the producers owns one. They have the best costume and set designers and builders in the world, so my guess would be that the thing that´s most difficult to fake is the sound of the motor. But since almost no real DB5s exist anymore, and the owners probably don´t drive their treasure over the limit like a Bond stunt driver, virtually noone could really tell if the car in the movie is an original DB5 or a fake.
  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
    Posts: 1,627
    This one? Camera speed racer?


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    :D
  • Posts: 5,732
    What is that? It looks like a camera mobile, but too customized to be purely functional. Either the builders had a good sense of humor, or someone offers his private dragster as a utility vehicle.
  • wetnellywetnelly Nearby
    Posts: 21
    ggl007 wrote: »
    wetnelly wrote: »
    ggl007 wrote: »

    No. This time it’s Tenet, according to the crew that were there earlier. Michael Caine is there.
    5dc997ef474510b2bfcfcb3fab11fbd9f22f6b92.jpeg

    Gutted if it turn out to be NTTD, but we could only go off advice we were given at 9am yesterday, plus this time the security told us it was for Tenet and Michael Caine was expected shortly. The weirdest thing was being told we were not allowed to even stand and watch, which was in total contrast to the Skyfall filming on the same location without DC driving the Jag. FYI none of the vehicles we saw had a B25 reference, but we didn’t stay for long as access was forbidden to the rest of the square from Whitehall to the location
  • Posts: 32

    Looks like a camera rig based on a Westfield or
    Caterham 7

    boldfinger wrote: »
    What is that? It looks like a camera mobile, but too customized to be purely functional. Either the builders had a good sense of humor, or someone offers his private dragster as a utility vehicle.

  • Posts: 32
    RC7 wrote: »
    That number plate is definitely an optional extra. And if rumours are true it’s potentially had an upgrade.

    What upgrade rumours ?
    Pray tell ..., (Unless it doesn’t fall under the ‘Minor Spoilers’ category)
  • mtmmtm
    Posts: 2,039
    wetnelly wrote: »
    mtm wrote: »
    Gus82 wrote: »
    New Land Rover Defender in what looks like Norway scenes in NTTD. Looks like Russian number plates...
    https://www.motor1.com/news/367252/2020-defender-no-camo-photo/

    Oh wow: that is a huge scoop. That’s a massively anticipated car.

    I’m guessing That’s the car they told us they didn’t want the public to see at Swinley Forest also

    I’m sure that’s be correct yes; in car circles it’s been talked about for far longer than B25 has! :) Not sure Land Rover will be happy!
  • mtmmtm
    Posts: 2,039
    vzok wrote: »
    All these videos are much appreciated. Wish they would put stuff like this on the blu ray extras.


    I’ve been trying to find a similar phone camera clip from when they were shooting Spectre: someone shot them doing the fight on the side of the helicopter and it was more impressive than it was in the film- the fight was really long and watching it without cuts was way more impressive! :)
  • mtmmtm
    Posts: 2,039
    boldfinger wrote: »
    The00Files wrote: »
    Do we think they'll use a real one for close-ups back at Pinewood? I still think it's an odd choice to only use the modified fake ones when you consider that they did drive with real ones in GE... Granted, they put the thing through some serious scrapes while filming, but now it almost feels like AM doesn't trust the production anymore with the real ones.

    In 1994/5 they were worth around 100K, these days a silver one goes for the better part of a million, if not more depending on the auction attendees. I'd assume driving a real one on a movie set is an insurance nightmare as well.

    But the ones used on CR, SF and SP were real ones as well, right? I understand them going this route for the heavy action scenes, but for actual close-ups with Craig I don't see the problem of them using a real DB5, unless the insurance has gone way, way up from 2015.
    Who would see the difference, if they can make really good mock-ups? Even if they shoot scenes inside the car, with the leather and everything clearly visible, I wouldn´t be surprised if making one on their own would be cheaper than having a real one. Unless one of the producers owns one. They have the best costume and set designers and builders in the world, so my guess would be that the thing that´s most difficult to fake is the sound of the motor. But since almost no real DB5s exist anymore, and the owners probably don´t drive their treasure over the limit like a Bond stunt driver, virtually noone could really tell if the car in the movie is an original DB5 or a fake.

    Well Eon do own at least one DB5: it’s been in the last few films (I think it was one of the stunt ones from GoldenEye which has been properly restored), and I suspect most DB5s that were built are probably still around today! Some owners actually do drive them like that too: they race them! :)
    boldfinger wrote: »
    What is that? It looks like a camera mobile, but too customized to be purely functional. Either the builders had a good sense of humor, or someone offers his private dragster as a utility vehicle.

    Just looks like a modified Seven to me, as said above.
  • NickThunderballsNickThunderballs Australia
    Posts: 75
    Station_Z wrote: »


    If you look at the clapperboard in this video (timemark 26sec), the Matera chase scene will be X54B. I didn't expect it to be that late.

    Could we have all been wrong about the PTS after all then...?
  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
    Posts: 1,627
    Lea's stunt racing double, could her name be Gemita Samarra? Or am I late to the party?

  • CASINOROYALECASINOROYALE Somewhere hot
    Posts: 1,003
    Boyle’s film included Russian villains... So with the Russian plates are they still including the Boyle story? Seems odd they would roll with the Russians still.
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