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QBranch, can you share the photos with me please?
Thanks, that the right thing to do. I you have the part with the environement concepts arts, would be nice.
Note the rumoured Namibia filming location, and the cold location Craig talked about recently in an interview with David Zaritsky.
That is an interesting alternative universe to what the movie could also have been. A submerged lab, Bond diving and handling that poison container. Also, the train entering the mountain is cool. I wonder if any of these ideas may be re-used in a later Bond film.
Wow, very interesting stuff- thanks. It looks like there are some links to how NTTD turned out: that garden doesn't look unfamiliar.
That does look like an actual manned space rocket however! :)
Is that a stunt with Bond flying the seaplane through a warehouse at the Cuba docks?
Some of this feel kinda off for Craig’s. It’s not surprising since Boyle’s take would’ve been extremely different and more extravagant from the previous four.
I figured that was the case, as it's almost "too big" for any Bond film, really.
I like the look of the concept art but I can see how some said Boyle's script was somewhat fantastical
Sadly it always does. SP had incredible concept art, and even the Star Wars sequels had intriguing concepts during development that were all jettisoned for fanservice.
Very thank you, sir !
Yes. Thank you!
I don’t get why they keep referring Bond driving into the sunset at the end of SP. It was early in the morning…
Maybe they will upload art made for the Danny Boyle version too.
Terrific, thank you!
And raised lettering on the cover? I want to run my fingers through that.
I love NTTD, but I'd also love to see this film!
If we're lucky, we'll end up getting both! :D