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I'm looking forward to Knives Out, by the way.
So ... one more trailer before April, right?
I would assume his and Dencik’s characters are more minor since they didn’t make the trailer.
Same her character seems intriguing.
You mean it's an error that they re-used that glass for two different sets? But yeah I just can't fathom why Safin would be wearing that jacket and mask in London.
I’ve rewatched the trailer quite a bit now. I think I might have figured out how part of the story plays out...
Blofeld says to Bond what I, at first thought was: “her secrets will be the death of you.” He actually says: “her secrets will be the death of HIM.” “Him” is Rami’s character, Safin I’m guessing.
What if much of the plot revolves around Safin’s operatives trying to capture/kill Madeline?
This is reinforced during the DB5 scene when the one dude with the machine gun approaches the car, he’s pointing his gun directly at Madeline’s window. Not Bond’s.
We know Léa is seen in the tan Land Cruiser in the Norway scenes. Perhaps she is kidnapped until Bond comes to the rescue and overtakes the driver of the Land Cruiser.
We then see Bond watching a helicopter fly away. Maybe after the Land Cruiser chase, they capture Madeline again & fly her away via chopper to Safin’s lair. Hence Bond & Nomi infiltrating Safin’s lair on a rescue mission.
I’ve only come to this conclusion from watching the trailer 1000 times today. I have a strong feeling about this. My only question is: how/why does Madeline wind up in Norway/Russia/whatever?
You mean it's an error that they re-used that glass for two different sets? But yeah I just can't fathom why Safin would be wearing that jacket and mask in London. [/quote]
Yeah I just can't see how that would fit in - but you never know!
I also think the shot at the very end that evokes the Gunbarrel might be purely for the trailer. In the same way they had a shot of Craig looking directly at the camera at the poker table to close the the CR trailer
The stack of books, from top to bottom:
Robert M. Pirsig: Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry into Values (ZAMM)
The Complete Book of Seafishing
David Ashford and Patrick Collins, Your Spaceflight Manual
That's not Q's house. You can even see the snowy background behind Safin. If I had to guess, this is where Safin first approaches the cabin before everything goes down.
Yep. I posted elsewhere that I finally saw the trailer in HD on a larger screen! It is the girl!
Apparently they held chemical and biological weapons.
-The cinematography seems to be the best of the franchise after Deakins's as everyone noticed
-Some aerial shots are really stunning,
-Many complain about the "soapy" aspect of the story but a domestic argument DURING an epic car chase i never seen this in any other films or in any episode of "Dallas" (and it's a VERY good idea,the psychological violence of the dispute is reflected by the real violence outside the car, very cinematic), and it's promising for how the dramatic aspect of the story will be treated,
-The story is more and more intriguing, and that's the real goal of a good trailer after all
-The cast looks awesome , Lynch and De Arma are rockstars
-Craig nails the role now, his tone is pitch perfect
-The funniest "Bond, James Bond" ever, looks like Waller-Bridge's humor will be quite something here...
The lowest point is that storywise it depends too much on previous episodes, the best Craig movies (CR and SF) work as stand alone movies, but may be it will be the case here or maybe Fukunaga finds a way to make it compelling wait and see...
Sorry to disappoint you, but i think it's actually you. I'm saying this because in the italian trailer it was translated as "sarà la fine per te" so it's you, not him
"No Time To Die has no interest in escalating the spy movie arms race that has culminated in Tom Cruise flinging himself off tall buildings and throwing himself out of planes for the Mission: Impossible movies. "It was important to me to try not to think about what are we going to do that no one's ever seen before in Bond, rather than thinking about the action before the story," says Fukunaga. "I was really trying to approach it from the perils of the characters rather than Rube Goldberg-esque potentiality." Having said that, this is just a teaser. Don't blame us if, in the finished film, Bond freefalls from the Moon".
Free falling from the moon - think he's jist given MI8 it's signature stunt sequence.
Anyway. No need to bad mouth MI. The last 2 films in that franchise were IMO highly entertaining.
i dont think that comment about Mission Impossible was from Cary - just an excerpt from whoever wrote the article(?) not sure if you caught that or not, i'll assume you did though..
This is certainly getting more positive attention than The Rise of Skywalker’s trailer is getting on the SW forums I occasionally read.
I'm very excited for TROS, but yeah that trailer was pretty basic. Now, that's fine for SW because they don't really need to sell that movie. But with NTTD being the first Bond in 4.5 years, the trailer had to make an impact and it did
I fail to see how Abrams is going to correct the mistakes of TLJ.
And tell us: WHO IS Snoke anyway? lol