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  • CraigMooreOHMSSCraigMooreOHMSS Dublin, Ireland
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    antovolk wrote: »
    b9ca8cf9-afea-4c53-9403-695b78274e25-No_Time_to_Die.jpg
    "Bond isn’t programmed for a tranquil life in retirement. The need for action runs deep," says director Cary Joji Fukunaga. Rami Malek brings "depth, intelligence and a spine-shivering stillness" as the newest new Bond villain Safin, and Lashana Lynch is a "young, athletically precise and ambitious" double-0 agent named Nomi. While a rivalry exists between her and Bond, "we see their relationship become closer, and come to understand how new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    https://amp.usatoday.com/amp/2754571001?__twitter_impression=true

    I absolutely love this look on Craig. He looks fantastic.
  • edited January 2020 Posts: 852
    Hum, mask on the wall at up-right. Did Safin is a mask fan ? The Mask Collector.
  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Das Boot Hill
    Posts: 45,489
    Perhaps masks can be a theme in the main title sequence.
  • ResurrectionResurrection Kolkata, India
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    Perhaps masks can be a theme in the main title sequence.

    Yes please
  • mtmmtm United Kingdom
    Posts: 15,597
    Perhaps masks can be a theme in the main title sequence.

    Ooh yes: excellent call. It seems hard to imagine that Noh mask not appearing in the titles now.
  • CraigMooreOHMSSCraigMooreOHMSS Dublin, Ireland
    Posts: 8,136
    Perhaps masks can be a theme in the main title sequence.

    Good shout. I hope this is the case.
  • Posts: 17,488
    That look on Craig's face…this image would make a good caption contest picture! :))
  • Posts: 1,680
    Could the rifle be any longer
  • Posts: 3,169
    boldfinger wrote: »
    "new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    I haven't seen NTTD yet, but I'm already fed up with the Lynch character!
  • NickTwentyTwoNickTwentyTwo Vancouver, BC, Canada
    Posts: 7,527
    Tuck91 wrote: »
    Could the rifle be any longer

    It is long with the supressor on there but I like the aesthetic TBH.
  • RC7RC7
    edited January 2020 Posts: 10,512
    boldfinger wrote: »
    antovolk wrote: »
    b9ca8cf9-afea-4c53-9403-695b78274e25-No_Time_to_Die.jpg
    "Bond isn’t programmed for a tranquil life in retirement. The need for action runs deep," says director Cary Joji Fukunaga. Rami Malek brings "depth, intelligence and a spine-shivering stillness" as the newest new Bond villain Safin, and Lashana Lynch is a "young, athletically precise and ambitious" double-0 agent named Nomi. While a rivalry exists between her and Bond, "we see their relationship become closer, and come to understand how new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    https://amp.usatoday.com/amp/2754571001?__twitter_impression=true
    "and come to understand how new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    That sounds a bit un-intelligent. How about learning from those with more experience, in order to be the best they can? What reason is there supposed to be to outdo any predecessor? If it has to be like this it should at least say, 'repect their predecessors and struggle with their own up-and-comer ego.'

    There’s nothing wrong with the description - which applies to many a tenacious up-and-comer. You can respect your predecessors but it’s not unusual to want to go one better. That’s life. Unless you work in a call centre and live a rather sedentary existence. Being a 00 is for people with balls (and fannies) of steel.
  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Das Boot Hill
    Posts: 45,489
    RC7 wrote: »
    boldfinger wrote: »
    antovolk wrote: »
    b9ca8cf9-afea-4c53-9403-695b78274e25-No_Time_to_Die.jpg
    "Bond isn’t programmed for a tranquil life in retirement. The need for action runs deep," says director Cary Joji Fukunaga. Rami Malek brings "depth, intelligence and a spine-shivering stillness" as the newest new Bond villain Safin, and Lashana Lynch is a "young, athletically precise and ambitious" double-0 agent named Nomi. While a rivalry exists between her and Bond, "we see their relationship become closer, and come to understand how new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    https://amp.usatoday.com/amp/2754571001?__twitter_impression=true
    "and come to understand how new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    That sounds a bit un-intelligent. How about learning from those with more experience, in order to be the best they can? What reason is there supposed to be to outdo any predecessor? If it has to be like this it should at least say, 'repect their predecessors and struggle with their own up-and-comer ego.'

    There’s nothing wrong with the description - which applies to many a tenacious up and comer. You can respect your predecessors but it’s not unusual to want to go one better. That’s life. Unless you work in a call centre and live a rather sedentary existence. Being a 00 is for people with balls (and fannies) of steel.

    Progress is what life is about, after all.
  • NickTwentyTwoNickTwentyTwo Vancouver, BC, Canada
    Posts: 7,527
    RC7 wrote: »
    boldfinger wrote: »
    antovolk wrote: »
    b9ca8cf9-afea-4c53-9403-695b78274e25-No_Time_to_Die.jpg
    "Bond isn’t programmed for a tranquil life in retirement. The need for action runs deep," says director Cary Joji Fukunaga. Rami Malek brings "depth, intelligence and a spine-shivering stillness" as the newest new Bond villain Safin, and Lashana Lynch is a "young, athletically precise and ambitious" double-0 agent named Nomi. While a rivalry exists between her and Bond, "we see their relationship become closer, and come to understand how new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    https://amp.usatoday.com/amp/2754571001?__twitter_impression=true
    "and come to understand how new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    That sounds a bit un-intelligent. How about learning from those with more experience, in order to be the best they can? What reason is there supposed to be to outdo any predecessor? If it has to be like this it should at least say, 'repect their predecessors and struggle with their own up-and-comer ego.'

    There’s nothing wrong with the description - which applies to many a tenacious up and comer. You can respect your predecessors but it’s not unusual to want to go one better. That’s life. Unless you work in a call centre and live a rather sedentary existence. Being a 00 is for people with balls (and fannies) of steel.

    Progress is what life is about, after all.

    Agreed, and I'm very excited for a Bond film that won't try to be the same as the 24 previous Bond films. It almost feels as though if it were up to some of the people here we'd have 25 Dr. Nos.
  • RC7RC7
    Posts: 10,512
    RC7 wrote: »
    boldfinger wrote: »
    antovolk wrote: »
    b9ca8cf9-afea-4c53-9403-695b78274e25-No_Time_to_Die.jpg
    "Bond isn’t programmed for a tranquil life in retirement. The need for action runs deep," says director Cary Joji Fukunaga. Rami Malek brings "depth, intelligence and a spine-shivering stillness" as the newest new Bond villain Safin, and Lashana Lynch is a "young, athletically precise and ambitious" double-0 agent named Nomi. While a rivalry exists between her and Bond, "we see their relationship become closer, and come to understand how new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    https://amp.usatoday.com/amp/2754571001?__twitter_impression=true
    "and come to understand how new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    That sounds a bit un-intelligent. How about learning from those with more experience, in order to be the best they can? What reason is there supposed to be to outdo any predecessor? If it has to be like this it should at least say, 'repect their predecessors and struggle with their own up-and-comer ego.'

    There’s nothing wrong with the description - which applies to many a tenacious up and comer. You can respect your predecessors but it’s not unusual to want to go one better. That’s life. Unless you work in a call centre and live a rather sedentary existence. Being a 00 is for people with balls (and fannies) of steel.

    Progress is what life is about, after all.

    Exactly.
  • Posts: 17,488
    RC7 wrote: »
    boldfinger wrote: »
    antovolk wrote: »
    b9ca8cf9-afea-4c53-9403-695b78274e25-No_Time_to_Die.jpg
    "Bond isn’t programmed for a tranquil life in retirement. The need for action runs deep," says director Cary Joji Fukunaga. Rami Malek brings "depth, intelligence and a spine-shivering stillness" as the newest new Bond villain Safin, and Lashana Lynch is a "young, athletically precise and ambitious" double-0 agent named Nomi. While a rivalry exists between her and Bond, "we see their relationship become closer, and come to understand how new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    https://amp.usatoday.com/amp/2754571001?__twitter_impression=true
    "and come to understand how new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    That sounds a bit un-intelligent. How about learning from those with more experience, in order to be the best they can? What reason is there supposed to be to outdo any predecessor? If it has to be like this it should at least say, 'repect their predecessors and struggle with their own up-and-comer ego.'

    There’s nothing wrong with the description - which applies to many a tenacious up and comer. You can respect your predecessors but it’s not unusual to want to go one better. That’s life. Unless you work in a call centre and live a rather sedentary existence. Being a 00 is for people with balls (and fannies) of steel.

    Progress is what life is about, after all.

    Agreed, and I'm very excited for a Bond film that won't try to be the same as the 24 previous Bond films. It almost feels as though if it were up to some of the people here we'd have 25 Dr. Nos.

    I somehow like the idea of 25 Dr. No's…
  • NickTwentyTwoNickTwentyTwo Vancouver, BC, Canada
    Posts: 7,527
    RC7 wrote: »
    boldfinger wrote: »
    antovolk wrote: »
    b9ca8cf9-afea-4c53-9403-695b78274e25-No_Time_to_Die.jpg
    "Bond isn’t programmed for a tranquil life in retirement. The need for action runs deep," says director Cary Joji Fukunaga. Rami Malek brings "depth, intelligence and a spine-shivering stillness" as the newest new Bond villain Safin, and Lashana Lynch is a "young, athletically precise and ambitious" double-0 agent named Nomi. While a rivalry exists between her and Bond, "we see their relationship become closer, and come to understand how new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    https://amp.usatoday.com/amp/2754571001?__twitter_impression=true
    "and come to understand how new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    That sounds a bit un-intelligent. How about learning from those with more experience, in order to be the best they can? What reason is there supposed to be to outdo any predecessor? If it has to be like this it should at least say, 'repect their predecessors and struggle with their own up-and-comer ego.'

    There’s nothing wrong with the description - which applies to many a tenacious up and comer. You can respect your predecessors but it’s not unusual to want to go one better. That’s life. Unless you work in a call centre and live a rather sedentary existence. Being a 00 is for people with balls (and fannies) of steel.

    Progress is what life is about, after all.

    Agreed, and I'm very excited for a Bond film that won't try to be the same as the 24 previous Bond films. It almost feels as though if it were up to some of the people here we'd have 25 Dr. Nos.

    I somehow like the idea of 25 Dr. No's…
    RC7 wrote: »
    boldfinger wrote: »
    antovolk wrote: »
    b9ca8cf9-afea-4c53-9403-695b78274e25-No_Time_to_Die.jpg
    "Bond isn’t programmed for a tranquil life in retirement. The need for action runs deep," says director Cary Joji Fukunaga. Rami Malek brings "depth, intelligence and a spine-shivering stillness" as the newest new Bond villain Safin, and Lashana Lynch is a "young, athletically precise and ambitious" double-0 agent named Nomi. While a rivalry exists between her and Bond, "we see their relationship become closer, and come to understand how new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    https://amp.usatoday.com/amp/2754571001?__twitter_impression=true
    "and come to understand how new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    That sounds a bit un-intelligent. How about learning from those with more experience, in order to be the best they can? What reason is there supposed to be to outdo any predecessor? If it has to be like this it should at least say, 'repect their predecessors and struggle with their own up-and-comer ego.'

    There’s nothing wrong with the description - which applies to many a tenacious up and comer. You can respect your predecessors but it’s not unusual to want to go one better. That’s life. Unless you work in a call centre and live a rather sedentary existence. Being a 00 is for people with balls (and fannies) of steel.

    Progress is what life is about, after all.

    Agreed, and I'm very excited for a Bond film that won't try to be the same as the 24 previous Bond films. It almost feels as though if it were up to some of the people here we'd have 25 Dr. Nos.

    I somehow like the idea of 25 Dr. No's…

    Well if some of the rumors regarding No Time To Die are true... Safin? Dr. No? Cloning? Who knows what to expect.
  • edited January 2020 Posts: 17,488
    RC7 wrote: »
    boldfinger wrote: »
    antovolk wrote: »
    b9ca8cf9-afea-4c53-9403-695b78274e25-No_Time_to_Die.jpg
    "Bond isn’t programmed for a tranquil life in retirement. The need for action runs deep," says director Cary Joji Fukunaga. Rami Malek brings "depth, intelligence and a spine-shivering stillness" as the newest new Bond villain Safin, and Lashana Lynch is a "young, athletically precise and ambitious" double-0 agent named Nomi. While a rivalry exists between her and Bond, "we see their relationship become closer, and come to understand how new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    https://amp.usatoday.com/amp/2754571001?__twitter_impression=true
    "and come to understand how new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    That sounds a bit un-intelligent. How about learning from those with more experience, in order to be the best they can? What reason is there supposed to be to outdo any predecessor? If it has to be like this it should at least say, 'repect their predecessors and struggle with their own up-and-comer ego.'

    There’s nothing wrong with the description - which applies to many a tenacious up and comer. You can respect your predecessors but it’s not unusual to want to go one better. That’s life. Unless you work in a call centre and live a rather sedentary existence. Being a 00 is for people with balls (and fannies) of steel.

    Progress is what life is about, after all.

    Agreed, and I'm very excited for a Bond film that won't try to be the same as the 24 previous Bond films. It almost feels as though if it were up to some of the people here we'd have 25 Dr. Nos.

    I somehow like the idea of 25 Dr. No's…
    RC7 wrote: »
    boldfinger wrote: »
    antovolk wrote: »
    b9ca8cf9-afea-4c53-9403-695b78274e25-No_Time_to_Die.jpg
    "Bond isn’t programmed for a tranquil life in retirement. The need for action runs deep," says director Cary Joji Fukunaga. Rami Malek brings "depth, intelligence and a spine-shivering stillness" as the newest new Bond villain Safin, and Lashana Lynch is a "young, athletically precise and ambitious" double-0 agent named Nomi. While a rivalry exists between her and Bond, "we see their relationship become closer, and come to understand how new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    https://amp.usatoday.com/amp/2754571001?__twitter_impression=true
    "and come to understand how new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    That sounds a bit un-intelligent. How about learning from those with more experience, in order to be the best they can? What reason is there supposed to be to outdo any predecessor? If it has to be like this it should at least say, 'repect their predecessors and struggle with their own up-and-comer ego.'

    There’s nothing wrong with the description - which applies to many a tenacious up and comer. You can respect your predecessors but it’s not unusual to want to go one better. That’s life. Unless you work in a call centre and live a rather sedentary existence. Being a 00 is for people with balls (and fannies) of steel.

    Progress is what life is about, after all.

    Agreed, and I'm very excited for a Bond film that won't try to be the same as the 24 previous Bond films. It almost feels as though if it were up to some of the people here we'd have 25 Dr. Nos.

    I somehow like the idea of 25 Dr. No's…

    Well if some of the rumors regarding No Time To Die are true... Safin? Dr. No? Cloning? Who knows what to expect.

    I probably should have elaborated; 25 Dr. No's as in tone and style. I'm not too keen on a rebooted Dr. No though (although I wouldn't be surprised if they do reboot him).
  • 007Blofeld007Blofeld In the freedom of the West.
    Posts: 3,126
    Zekidk wrote: »
    boldfinger wrote: »
    "new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    I haven't seen NTTD yet, but I'm already fed up with the Lynch character!

    Same
  • RC7RC7
    Posts: 10,512
    RC7 wrote: »
    boldfinger wrote: »
    antovolk wrote: »
    b9ca8cf9-afea-4c53-9403-695b78274e25-No_Time_to_Die.jpg
    "Bond isn’t programmed for a tranquil life in retirement. The need for action runs deep," says director Cary Joji Fukunaga. Rami Malek brings "depth, intelligence and a spine-shivering stillness" as the newest new Bond villain Safin, and Lashana Lynch is a "young, athletically precise and ambitious" double-0 agent named Nomi. While a rivalry exists between her and Bond, "we see their relationship become closer, and come to understand how new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    https://amp.usatoday.com/amp/2754571001?__twitter_impression=true
    "and come to understand how new generations respect but also need to outdo their predecessors."
    That sounds a bit un-intelligent. How about learning from those with more experience, in order to be the best they can? What reason is there supposed to be to outdo any predecessor? If it has to be like this it should at least say, 'repect their predecessors and struggle with their own up-and-comer ego.'

    There’s nothing wrong with the description - which applies to many a tenacious up and comer. You can respect your predecessors but it’s not unusual to want to go one better. That’s life. Unless you work in a call centre and live a rather sedentary existence. Being a 00 is for people with balls (and fannies) of steel.

    Progress is what life is about, after all.

    Agreed, and I'm very excited for a Bond film that won't try to be the same as the 24 previous Bond films. It almost feels as though if it were up to some of the people here we'd have 25 Dr. Nos.

    I somehow like the idea of 25 Dr. No's…

    They’d have reached DN 3, at a push.
  • Dr No III: this time, it's personal.
  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
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  • Posts: 12,356
    Contraband wrote: »

    Based off the little we’ve seen/know, Safin has real potential to be the most intimidating villain of the Craig era I think.
  • MajorDSmytheMajorDSmythe "I tolerate this century, but I don't enjoy it."Moderator
    Posts: 13,970
    octofinger wrote: »
    Dr No III: this time, it's personal.

    Doctor No III: This Time, It's Personal.... Again
  • I am loving these new pics. I am getting a real feel from these freshly released pics that Safin will be the most chilling Bond villain Bond has faced yet. I also have a gut feeling that Safin will have between 40 to 50 minutes screentime in NTTD, after the Jamaica/Cuba takedown and the London briefing and before the end credits. Does anyone know how much screentime Safin will have.
  • TripAcesTripAces Universal Exports
    Posts: 4,554
    mtm wrote: »
    Perhaps masks can be a theme in the main title sequence.

    Ooh yes: excellent call. It seems hard to imagine that Noh mask not appearing in the titles now.

    Yep.

    3d2430bd-4f3a-4a0f-9937-482b1175cf3d.jpg
  • M_BaljeM_Balje Amsterdam, Netherlands
    edited January 2020 Posts: 4,487
    Contraband wrote: »
    New stills posted by a camera crew member

    MuG3rdN.jpg

    1. All are happy that it finished with a good feeling.
    2. Girls are happy with the man who protect them.
    3. The man are very happy with the two girls
    for the coffee
    :\"> ~O)

    What energy. I know feeling when you have those limited nice days that work be very productional for everyone and laugh on faces. Tired day but on good way. Full of adreline. Or on holiday out on your comfortzone.
  • NickTwentyTwoNickTwentyTwo Vancouver, BC, Canada
    Posts: 7,527
    I am loving these new pics. I am getting a real feel from these freshly released pics that Safin will be the most chilling Bond villain Bond has faced yet. I also have a gut feeling that Safin will have between 40 to 50 minutes screentime in NTTD, after the Jamaica/Cuba takedown and the London briefing and before the end credits. Does anyone know how much screentime Safin will have.

    Only CJF and the editors.
  • Posts: 1,680
    Seems like malek is a stay at home villian. I doubt he goes anywhere other than Norway.
  • MinionMinion Don't Hassle the Bond
    Posts: 1,165
    Safin won’t actually be in the film. He’ll be portrayed by a CGI Dreamworks pigeon.
  • 007Blofeld007Blofeld In the freedom of the West.
    edited January 2020 Posts: 3,126
    Tuck91 wrote: »
    Seems like malek is a stay at home villian. I doubt he goes anywhere other than Norway.

    If he is a stay at home villain who is in the mask behind q's window?
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