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I like it.
That is one big head, would have made a great poster if Lazenby returned for DAF, father in law-son in law taking revenge for Tracy. I always wondered what happened to Draco?
I like it, Simple, yet exciting.
James Bond/Reservoir Dogs crossover... actually I don't know, I sound weird but Tarantino isn't into Craig that much, hopefully this won't backfire for those who aren't into Tarantino. BTW the title is called "Platinum" set in early 2006, it acts as a prequel to Casino Royale, this is set a month-and-a-half after Bond's first kill, where Bond is vacationing in Prague until a group of armed heist groups start terrorizing MI6, in a very Die Hard scenario. Enjoy! It isn't as good, promise me. Also my statement is that I wanted to bring in Desmond Llewellyn if he hadn't passed away from a traffic collision, my friend from Canada wished he was alive to this current generation.
Wish we got this one :(
I've been having fun with my headlines.
Damn, that is bloody clever. They missed a trick by not having a fun viral campaign in this style with that film. Great fun!
I thought so too. It's cool when films are promoted in this kind of way, as it makes the world of a film feel more real by having it extend beyond the confines of the movie.
I was only hitting double digits age-wise when TND came out so I must have missed all of those little marketing things. I think TWINE with its teaser and then its character posters were the first ones that made an impression on me in a cinema foyer or in a newspaper.
I missed all the marketing goodies too, I was too wrapped up in discovering the films themselves, and studying their chronological order. TND was a step up from GE in terms of how many promotional items were released. You have the posters, and then all the small tech toys like the recording pen, micro camera etc., most of which I have now, thank you ebay!
Art by David Ribet.
That is really excellent.
Thank you. I especially enjoyed writing the text at the bottom because it made the world of the film feel a little more detailed and alive for me. I was thinking you must feel something similar when you collect/assemble those props.
It was fun reading those articles. It does make the fictional world feel more real, especially when holding them, or carrying around a Bond business card in my wallet - something I totally do not do... ;) It's great to make the custom stuff - sometimes it's a challenge to design it to look like a real, professional item rather than a novelty toy. I call them 'expanded universe' items.
I want this on a t-shirt!