No Time to Die production thread (MINOR SPOILERS ALLOWED)

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    talos7 wrote: »
    Welcome back Mr. Bond

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    It's a 300M alright! :D

    Yes, I believe it is. The strap, though, is something different isn't it? Does it seem like its made of steel? Or is it a grey nato strap?
  • ClarkDevlinClarkDevlin Martinis, Girls and Guns
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    Univex wrote: »
    talos7 wrote: »
    Welcome back Mr. Bond

    5bGk4N9.jpg
    It's a 300M alright! :D

    Yes, I believe it is. The strap, though, is something different isn't it? Does it seem like its made of steel? Or is it a grey nato strap?
    It seems like a grey NATO strap, or a custom-made stainless steel Mesh bracelet type of a band.
  • Posts: 3,251
    Craig looks amazing. Jeffrey is back! They are shooting in Jamaica. OMG im so stoked for this movie!!!
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    Both Felix and Bond look great this is looking great
  • talos7talos7 New Orleans
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  • ClarkDevlinClarkDevlin Martinis, Girls and Guns
    edited April 2019 Posts: 15,423
    Felix reminds me of Max Payne when he was at the Brazilian favelas.

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  • TripAcesTripAces Universal Exports
    edited April 2019 Posts: 3,427
    His shirt is very remiscent of the one he wore in CR:

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  • dominicgreenedominicgreene The Eternal QOS Defender
    Posts: 1,735
    Wow, wow, WOW. Absolutely LOVE Craig's look! He has silenced my doubts!

    Love the shirt, the jeans. Kinda iffy on the shoes, but it works in the environment.

    YES. DANIEL IS SPORTING STUBBLE AGAIN. Love this! He looks like a badass, but it dressed appropriately. Not too tight either.

    Amazing costumes, bravo Anne Larlarb!!!
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    Both Craig and Wright look great in these pics. I agree that DC's outfit gives off a QoS vibe from the Cuba section (probably my favorite part of that movie). I wonder if we'll get some sort of Land Rover action sequence?

    Loving the look of this so far! It's happening, folks! A new Bond film is in production. It's one of the best feelings in the world.
  • Univex wrote: »
    talos7 wrote: »
    Welcome back Mr. Bond

    5bGk4N9.jpg
    It's a 300M alright! :D

    Yes, I believe it is. The strap, though, is something different isn't it? Does it seem like its made of steel? Or is it a grey nato strap?
    It seems like a grey NATO strap, or a custom-made stainless steel Mesh bracelet type of a band.

    That is a so called "Milanese Mesh Strap" (Milanese in italian is something/someone from Milan)
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  • edited April 2019 Posts: 4,619
    I'm praying that all fotage shot in Jamaica will appear as Jamaica in the movie. The fewer locations, the better. No Cuba, please!
  • ResurrectionResurrection Kolkata, India
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    Although I wanted to avoid this thread but couldn't resist, btw Daniel looks up and ready for mission.
  • ClarkDevlinClarkDevlin Martinis, Girls and Guns
    Posts: 15,423
    Univex wrote: »
    talos7 wrote: »
    Welcome back Mr. Bond

    5bGk4N9.jpg
    It's a 300M alright! :D

    Yes, I believe it is. The strap, though, is something different isn't it? Does it seem like its made of steel? Or is it a grey nato strap?
    It seems like a grey NATO strap, or a custom-made stainless steel Mesh bracelet type of a band.

    That is a so called "Milanese Mesh Strap" (Milanese in italian is something/someone from Milan)
    10-dollar-watch-fix-gear-patrol-full-lead.jpg
    It is. Never been a fan.
  • Posts: 11,092
    I'm praying that all fotage shot in Jamaica will appear as Jamaica in the movie. The fewer locations, the better. No Cuba, please!

    +1
  • Ah, this is the thread I was looking for. B-) Fantastic photos!
  • CraigMooreOHMSSCraigMooreOHMSS Dublin, Ireland
    Posts: 4,096
    Was trying to think of why exactly I like these photos of Craig so much. Then I came across some clips of ROAD TO PERDITION this morning and realised that I'm getting very strong Paul Newman vibes from him here. Even just in the way he stands and composes himself. A random little tidbit, but all in all, the only thing that matters is that he looks bloody good.
  • Posts: 73
    That Omega Seamaster is not the current model. It has patina ‘ gold bezel markers and appears smaller case.

    No doubt a limited edition coming our way
  • ManncoMannco usa
    Posts: 4
    His hair is a bit longer than in the last movie. Frames the face better.
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    Wow, the photos are awesome! Seeing Craig back in action at last is a real treat - and Jeffrey Wright too! Following this during production is already so much nicer than the pre-production...
  • JamesCraigJamesCraig Ocean Club, Bahamas.
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    @Univex, one of the things I noticed in the Official Reveal video was that Craig wasn't wearing a 300M, but most likely a Planet Ocean. It seems to be his favourite Omega Seamaster wristwatch.

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    I am already madly in love with the great Suttirat Anne Larlarb!

    But what if she turns out to be Cuban?
  • dominicgreenedominicgreene The Eternal QOS Defender
    Posts: 1,735
    Craig's hair reminds me a lot of McQueen:


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  • CraigMooreOHMSSCraigMooreOHMSS Dublin, Ireland
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    Craig's hair reminds me a lot of McQueen:


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    That works too!
  • M_BaljeM_Balje Amsterdam, Netherlands
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    The Jamaica pictures looks very QOS. :D
  • 00Ralf00Ralf Germany
    Posts: 145
    I really hope they keep the colour pallette vivid and fresh-looking, like it was in Casino Royale. Those dull 'cinematic' orange/blue/grey/washed out filters (I have no idea what the correct term for this is, sorry) they used in Skyfall and Spectre really irk at repeated viewings, me for some reason.

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    In Skyfall one could argue that the colours were aesthetic and something we've never seen before in a Bond film, but in Spectre I just couldn't help but think: 'The sky in Mexico City probably isn't that yellow, really.' Jamaica, with its stunning landscapes, should be depicted as colourful as it is in reality, imho.

    Do we know if the cinematographer or Fukunaga have any preferences in regard to colour grading, based on the films they worked on before?
  • RemingtonRemington I'll do anything for a woman with a knife.
    Posts: 1,466
    00Ralf wrote: »
    I really hope they keep the colour pallette vivid and fresh-looking, like it was in Casino Royale. Those dull 'cinematic' orange/blue/grey/washed out filters (I have no idea what the correct term for this is, sorry) they used in Skyfall and Spectre really irk at repeated viewings, me for some reason.

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    In Skyfall one could argue that the colours were aesthetic and something we've never seen before in a Bond film, but in Spectre I just couldn't help but think: 'The sky in Mexico City probably isn't that yellow, really.' Jamaica, with its stunning landscapes, should be depicted as colourful as it is in reality, imho.

    Do we know if the cinematographer or Fukunaga have any preferences in regard to colour grading, based on the films they worked on before?

    I have the same concerns. It would be a shame if they manage to make Jamaica look dull thanks to color grading. Even the weaker Bond films are nice to look at. Can't say the same for SP. Lol no one complains about it more than me.
  • edited April 2019 Posts: 4,223
    Nah, Sandgren is all about colour. Always have been. No worries there. This will be a very colourful film, trust me. The guy loves his colours.

    Guys, please be really careful not to turn this otherwise wonderful thread in a SP critique storm again. PLEASE! This is going very well. Instead of criticising what has been done before let's look to the future, shall we? Here, I'll start:

    - WOW, just look at those screens behind Sandgren, looks like he's making full use of the colour palette in those streets, right? This will be a very vibrant film, fortunately. Yes!

    See? And I did not mention piss filter once ;)

    Moving on :)
  • 00Ralf00Ralf Germany
    Posts: 145
    Univex wrote: »
    Nah, Sandgren is all about colour. Always have been. No worries there. This will be a very colourful film, trust me. The guy loves his colours.

    Guys, please be really careful not to turn this otherwise wonderful thread in a SP critique storm again. PLEASE! This is going very well. Instead of criticising what has been done before let's look to the future, shall we? Here, I'll start:

    - WOW, just look at those screens behind Sandgren, looks like he's making full use of the colour palette in those streets, right? This will be a very vibrant film, fortunately. Yes!

    See? And I did not mention piss filter once ;)

    Moving on :)

    I had no intentions to start a rant, it was more of a question about what we could expect from the colours of Bond 25. The first images look great and your answer is very reassuring as well! :)
  • Posts: 4,223
    00Ralf wrote: »
    Univex wrote: »
    Nah, Sandgren is all about colour. Always have been. No worries there. This will be a very colourful film, trust me. The guy loves his colours.

    Guys, please be really careful not to turn this otherwise wonderful thread in a SP critique storm again. PLEASE! This is going very well. Instead of criticising what has been done before let's look to the future, shall we? Here, I'll start:

    - WOW, just look at those screens behind Sandgren, looks like he's making full use of the colour palette in those streets, right? This will be a very vibrant film, fortunately. Yes!

    See? And I did not mention piss filter once ;)

    Moving on :)

    I had no intentions to start a rant, it was more of a question about what we could expect from the colours of Bond 25. The first images look great and your answer is very reassuring as well! :)

    I know ;) I was afraid of the possible answers by other members. People tend to explode when SP is mentioned, particularly regarding two subjects, its writing and its cinematography.

    That being said, this one is going to be a helluva more colourful, I'm sure of it. Just look at La La Land :)
  • edited April 2019 Posts: 4,223
    Univex wrote: »
    talos7 wrote: »
    Welcome back Mr. Bond

    5bGk4N9.jpg
    It's a 300M alright! :D

    Yes, I believe it is. The strap, though, is something different isn't it? Does it seem like its made of steel? Or is it a grey nato strap?
    It seems like a grey NATO strap, or a custom-made stainless steel Mesh bracelet type of a band.

    That is a so called "Milanese Mesh Strap" (Milanese in italian is something/someone from Milan)
    10-dollar-watch-fix-gear-patrol-full-lead.jpg
    It is. Never been a fan.

    Yes, but does Omega make those? For the 300 no less? Not a fan as well, btw. But Fleming did have Bond wear his Rolex on one of those expandable metal bracelets, didn't he? I wish Bond would use his watch as he did in the OHMSS novel, as a knuckleduster. That would be cool. Good advertising for their safira unbreakable unscrachtable glass too.
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