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I still think that it would have been cooler to have revealed the title in the first trailer like with The Rise Of Skywalker.
Oh that would of been excellent title. High Time To Kill is one my of my favorite none Fleming Bond novels.
(Dr) No Time to Die ;) Just a bit of fun haha
What's more important is what the movie will be like. I'm not too happy it's sort of a SP sequel, but let's see how it pans out.
Casino Royale (2006)
Quantum of Solace (2008)
No Time to Die (2020)
At this point in time it looks sort of random, @Denbigh. Surely the filmmakers will tie everything together nicely with the title for Craig in BOND 26.
No Time to Lie. Hmm. Better than No Time to Spy.
With good intentions EON planned a 1.5 year follow-up to Casino Royale. It played out across films as 2 years (even overcoming the writers' strike on their own) then 4 years, 3 years, almost 5 years. Time to reverse that trend.
As I said, I thought that it would be cool to reveal the title in the teaser but at the same time I like how Eon/Universal are being unpredictable and doing everything that the fans in general haven’t predicted. LOL.
QoS doesn’t either
-..."Daniel Craig, who returns for his fifth film as Ian Fleming's James Bond 007." This confirms Craig's Bond will still be 007 for at least some portion of the film.
-Lea Seydoux got the third top billing after Craig and Malek. She will be a major player in the film, and probably the main Bond girl once more. I'm looking forward to her getting a better turn here than SP.
-Despite the title reveal and cast listing, nothing else is really given away. I'm impressed by how secretive the production has been; my curiosity to find out more about the plot and characters is as strong as ever.
Quantum was the enemy.
I generally agree with your post but it's not entirely about presentation but almost... :) The font looks good and adds to the overall impression it leaves with people but "No Time To Die" is a little on the bland side to me but there is something slightly poignant to it...
Indeed 60s and I quite like it, even though it does sound a bit generic. But I'm mostly a Bond fan of the 60s and 80s, my preferred decades, 60s on top. I love classic Bond the most, for many reasons and NTTD seems to fit the bill. So far so good, gents, ladies.