NTTD - Official Trailer Discussion Thread - First trailer OUT NOW (MINOR SPOILERS ALLOWED)

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  • Posts: 5,200
    delfloria wrote: »
    Univex wrote: »
    delfloria wrote: »
    Doesn't anyone remember the Flying Sub from VTTBOTS? Talk about plastering your occupants onto the windshield.

    Indeed.

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    Thanks, Always loved the design of the FS and Seaview.

    A very cool design!

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  • StarkStark France
    Posts: 72
    I compared the color grading of the last trailers of "Spectre" and that of the film. They are very different, the one in the film is darker and more subtle. I've noticed the same phenomenon with other blockbusters, like Dunkirk. Those who make the trailers probably accentuate certain colors and lights to make them more eye-catching. This is the case of the last trailer for "No Time to die", where the light and colors are too strong. The color grading will be more subtle in the film I think.
  • edited October 2020 Posts: 568
    Yes. Never trust the colour grading on trailers ever. This is why all the discourse on NTTD colour grading right now is useless.
  • ObannoObanno Somewhere & Everywhere
    Posts: 13
    Contraband wrote: »

    Wow...ok liking the look of that one
  • edited October 2020 Posts: 4,252
    That clip is terrific....Also, Craig's attitude during the interview is so relaxed and chatty! He seems like such an outgoing guy. So far removed from his steely Bond persona and the grump he can be on the interview circuit. I guess this is more akin to his real personality. Often his magazine profiles in Esquire and GQ speak of how different he is in person compared to his media persona.

    The clip feels very Bond opposed to the director of True Detective....I'm actually getting Sam Mende-esque feel from it. I guess Fukunaga is really trying to follow in Mendes's footsteps literally and figuratively. Which is no bad thing. He did set a high watermark.

    Also, I'm getting Temple of Doom vibes.....

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    Craig's performance feels a little 'off.' i suppose context is key here. He's meant to have been at Vesper's grave and then an explosion has rattled him. Hence, why he seems so bamboozled.

    Zimmer's score sounds very Zimmer. I think we have heard a bit of the score from earlier in this scene from Cary's IG story with Hans from January. I think after the explosion we'll hear a high-pitched 'running your finger along a glass of water' sound. Which may explain the segue here and Bond's dazed and concussed reactions. Perhaps @Contraband knows where we can find that video.......I think you can even see some of the Matera scenes in the monitor they are watching.
  • CraigMooreOHMSSCraigMooreOHMSS Dublin, Ireland
    Posts: 6,187
    I don't get Mendes vibes from this at all, personally. It's far too energetic/visceral in comparison with Mendes more relaxed/composed style. Thematically, it may be a different story of course, but I see a lot more in common with CR/QoS aesthetically than I do with either Mendes' film.
  • DCisaredDCisared Liverpool
    Posts: 1,170
    I don't get Mendes vibes from this at all, personally. It's far too energetic/visceral in comparison with Mendes more relaxed/composed style. Thematically, it may be a different story of course, but I see a lot more in common with CR/QoS aesthetically than I do with either Mendes' film.

    +1
  • matt_umatt_u better known as Mr. Roark
    edited October 2020 Posts: 2,568
    Mendes? As much as I like his combo, there’s nothing Mendes would’ve ever created in that clip. The Bond look, the score, the editing, the colors: all fresh. Reminds more of the first two Craig outings, with the obvious differences.
  • WalecsWalecs On Her Majesty's Secret Service
    Posts: 3,157
    DCisared wrote: »
    I don't get Mendes vibes from this at all, personally. It's far too energetic/visceral in comparison with Mendes more relaxed/composed style. Thematically, it may be a different story of course, but I see a lot more in common with CR/QoS aesthetically than I do with either Mendes' film.

    +1

    +3 (I'm counting matt_u's post as +2)
  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
    Posts: 2,439
    That clip is terrific....Also, Craig's attitude during the interview is so relaxed and chatty! He seems like such an outgoing guy. So far removed from his steely Bond persona and the grump he can be on the interview circuit. I guess this is more akin to his real personality. Often his magazine profiles in Esquire and GQ speak of how different he is in person compared to his media persona.

    The clip feels very Bond opposed to the director of True Detective....I'm actually getting Sam Mende-esque feel from it. I guess Fukunaga is really trying to follow in Mendes's footsteps literally and figuratively. Which is no bad thing. He did set a high watermark.

    Also, I'm getting Temple of Doom vibes.....

    008564_891x501_121823_002.jpg

    Craig's performance feels a little 'off.' i suppose context is key here. He's meant to have been at Vesper's grave and then an explosion has rattled him. Hence, why he seems so bamboozled.

    Zimmer's score sounds very Zimmer. I think we have heard a bit of the score from earlier in this scene from Cary's IG story with Hans from January. I think after the explosion we'll hear a high-pitched 'running your finger along a glass of water' sound. Which may explain the segue here and Bond's dazed and concussed reactions. Perhaps @Contraband knows where we can find that video.......I think you can even see some of the Matera scenes in the monitor they are watching.

    @Pierce2Daniel I really don't know what video you're talking about?? Need more info
  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
    Posts: 2,439
    Italian dubbed version of the long trailer. Don't know if they are saying anything that might reveal more of the plot


  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
    Posts: 2,439
    Youtube-channel guy:

    "I collected every trailers/teasers/TV spots/behind the scenes footage I could find on Youtube and cut every shots one by one to put them in order and have an idea of the full story with this extended trailer. I apologize for the quality of some shots, but I took the best I could find on internet."

  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
    edited November 2020 Posts: 2,439
    Official Oscars tv-spot (which is weird) according to the uploader. At least it's got 2021 at the end and it looks legit. Maybe already aired with '2021' and I have missed it??

    @antovolk Whatta ya know about this??


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    fan edit, I'm pretty sure @Contraband
  • Red_SnowRed_Snow Australia
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    First time I've seen an Australian cinema advertise films releasing in the new year.
  • StarkStark France
    edited December 2020 Posts: 72
    edit : wrong thread
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