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I don't know about that, mate. When the Skyfall official trailer hit the web I'm pretty sure you were responsible for at least 15 million of its 20 some million views. I of course was responsible for the rest. ;)
Then finally, I will see the film the first weekend it opens with the Mrs.
Well played, agent Murdock, well played.
For the past couple of films, EON has been releasing them early in the UK. I completely understand why they do this. I do. But here in the states, it's VERY hard to not find spoilers from the film. I basically stayed off the internet for those two weeks for Skyfall but I still found out a couple of things I really didn't want to know. In my opinion, for a movie with such a wide general interest, it really does well to release it in the major markets at the same time. Nolan's Batman films did this as do many other major franchise releases. Just my opinion but I want to see what others think. Especially since Bond 24 will again be done the same way as the last couple of films.
But there also be things "lucky" difrent in the movie. Why Bond was in Mexico was much difrent. The joke was not spoiled, as well the later joke in Rome or Hinx gimmick.