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Yeah. It sure does.
Slightly spoilerish plot synopsis (one sentence).
A lot of interesting tidbits:
This one is interesting:
Also — appears
Well that's very interesting.
The part about the weapon intrigues me the most.
But more importantly, is this why Safin has facial scarring? Perhaps using a strain to enhance his own lifespan while having another to target his enemies?
What if —
Herr Doktor Mortner will be proud of his creation.
Indeed, a symphony
I agree. Honestly I love Boyle's movies and his style and I still want him to do a Bond movie in the future (I really hope he will direct Bond 26 or 27), but I feel like Fukunaga was the best choice to wrap up Craig's tenure.
Looks like some interviews/videos are being recorded.
Michael Kors promotional still
It was from IG story from Etienne Sekola - who seems to be Léa's hairstylist for the NTTD promo tour
Also this looks interesting and I hope we can see the cast answer questions from the Japanese fans on this YouTube link:-
Even Cary has talked about it in one of the many magazine features - the film is about generations and legacy and wrestling with that - Bond comes to face that both literally as a father (seemingly - and so does Madeleine vis a vis her father and connection to Safin), and professionally (his replacement as 007!) And to a degree the seeming Blofeld/Safin conflict as well, dismantling what's left of Spectre the organisation and whatever the latter is setting up.
It's so impressive in an era of reboots, soft abandonments, and kowtowing to the worst people online — EON decided to expand on what works and refuse to listen to haters.
I think back to how the TROS press tour was full of potshots and insults at TLJ, reflecting how the former film retcons the latter. A quick look at review scores and BO trends show who had the last laugh...
Meanwhile — despite having all opportunity to do the same for the divisive Spectre — EON didn't do it. And as a huge fan of Spectre, I love it!
When I saw Seydoux was cast in B25, I was worried it'd be just to kill her in the beginning and set up some revenge story. But when that first trailer came out and I saw just how much the dramatic journey of the film would be based around her — I was stunned.
SP = Fathers
On a side note, how cool is that Blofeld calls Swann “Daughter of SPECTRE” during the PTS?
Although I guess you could say that Spectre did sort of do that to Quantum of Solace, the previous poorly-received film in the series :)
'Quantum you say? Nah don't worry about them, we've got Spectre now!' :D
I would like Bond to die at the end of this. This would be truly heroic and it would be the ultimate example of putting his job first. He knows the risk of the job, he knows he faces death. He ought to willingly sacrifice himself if necessary; particularly if the threat is as immense as the trailer suggests. Bond throwing himself into his certain death would suit Craig's Bond perfectly and would be tragic yet appropriate.
So many men and women out there in the real world put their lives on the line for their country, and pay the price. Why the hell shouldn't Bond?
The audience will surely know it doesn't mean the end of the franchise .. they know there'll be a new actor next time. It has happened often enough.
I will be disappointed if Bond survives the end of the film. I want to see a bold end to his tenure which perfectly captures his Bond, rather than something we have seen before.
Quantum does get a name check but more to the point it would have been a bit daft to continue using the compromise name once they had the rights to use SPECTRE again.
On the other hand they could have made it explicit that Quantum was responsible for the extortion part of the organisation.
No fooling when I saw that phrase was used, I had to get out of my cubicle because I started laughing so hard.
I still would love to see the Boyle script