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Short clip: Behind the scenes of NO TIME TO DIE with Q. Stay tuned for our secret mission with a chance to win the ultimate 007 experience for two! 05.11.20 Stay tuned #Swatchx007
Ben ft. in 1883 Magazine Risqué.
Order link: https://1883magazine.com/store/1883-Magazine-Risqué-Issue-Ben-Whishaw-p242447872
That's an old one, it's in the Bond Cars book.
Yes and no. Only the book buyers have seen it. It has not been published anywhere else like social media, official 007 channels, etc
You could say that of any stills: 'only the people who have social media have seen it before so it's new'! :D
On that site, there's also a few prop menus from a Cuban bar 'Gala De Celebracion'.
From the Cuban scenes?
I've had a scan thru the vid and at the very start you can *just* make out 61E on the clapperboard.
I think we can safely assume the menu's prop is from the ball scene in Cuba. Judging by this pic, the decor has a distinctive Art Déco vibe (murales, lamps...) like the writing's on the menu itself
The only thing I know is that this is in Q:s London flat and part of the same scenes/sequence when Bond and Moneypenny shows up at his door with Bond being glad to see him again while Q thought 007 was dead, long gone, as seen in the trailers
This party seems to have gone out of bounds.
Could just be a re-merchandising day in a hollister? Mind you the lights are on ...
"Live music with Carlos Urfé Orchestra". False name, I think... ?
This is a small explosion by Bond standards, but it was rather beautiful and extremely loud. 💥💥💥Ear muffs are a critical piece of kit to have on action films, (you can see pictorial proof in my earlier BW portrait!).
Another price of kit I always try to keep in my bag are hand warmer sachets that heat up if you squish them. The week we did these night shoots on No Time To Die, they kept my hands warm enough to push the button! I can confirm it is bitterly cold in the middle of the night in October at Pinewood Studios. 🥶
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@Denbigh Here you go.. if you wanna save them
First shot we get of the whole grey suit that Nomi wears in the scene with the aston martin i believe.
That DBS is something else. A work of art on 4 tires.
I have the same grey suit.. actually wearing it right now
I have sold my car.. Wink wink
No Time to Die’s Lashana Lynch confirms her character will replace James Bond as 007
Slightly inflammatory headline, but technically correct I guess! :) They also don't pull a quote where she actually does confirm it though.
As excited as I am for the film, and as interesting a plot device as it is, I’m dreading the clickbait articles and usual culture war arguing that will follow.
Remember, no matter what happens, “James Bond will return”. Even if this does give the character a proper ending, and has Nomi replace him, they’re not going to stop making Bond films. EON aren’t thick, they know what they’re doing. They’ll just reboot with a new actor next time round.
Interesting that Malek doesn’t deny he’s playing Dr No either. Personally, I hope that’s not true. I think bringing back Fleming’s recurring characters is fine, but rebooting one offs sets a dangerous prescedent (if it was successful then what’s to stop them going for a full remake of one of the 60s classics?).
The Craig films have already set themselves apart as their own thing, an alternate take on the old legend. So, I suppose with that in mind I’d be okay with it, as a one off. But I hope it doesn’t lead to them thinking “lets remake Goldfinger” or anything like that.