No Time to Die production thread (MINOR SPOILERS ALLOWED)

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  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
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    Riva Dei Ginepri BeachClub sends their love:

    rivadeiginepri
    Good Luck Director it will be a great success, our elephant will bring you Luck #Bond25 #leasaydoux #countdown #trailer #NotimetoDie 😎Tks to @cary_fukunaga 🙏 #savetheelephants #Summer19 #RivadeiGinepri #ovevolanlefarlle



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    Contraband wrote: »
    Riva Dei Ginepri BeachClub sends their love:

    rivadeiginepri
    Good Luck Director it will be a great success, our elephant will bring you Luck #Bond25 #leasaydoux #countdown #trailer #NotimetoDie 😎Tks to @cary_fukunaga 🙏 #savetheelephants #Summer19 #RivadeiGinepri #ovevolanlefarlle



    Very nice! Love they included “countdown” and “trailer.”
  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
    Posts: 2,941
    Really OT:

    Nicholas Buc, Composer | Conductor | Arranger:
    Calling all Bond fans! This weekend we’ve got 3 performances with the @sydneysymphonyorchestra of #SkyfallinConcert at the @sydneyoperahouse. #DanielCraig #Sydney #SydneySymphonyOrchestra #SydneyOperaHouse #JamesBond



  • matt_umatt_u better known as Mr. Roark
    Posts: 3,407
    matt_u wrote: »
    I will be shocked if the trailer comes out in January. The marketing strategy behind this film is starting to look quite unusual compared to other blockbusters, even the most secretive ones, like Star Wars. Hopefully it will pay off, because I want the film to be a bo smash.

    ENDGAME was an April release and didn’t get its trailer until December. Could be a similar strategy here. Trailer out for the holidays, followed by more prominent marketing at the start of the year.

    Yeah true but Endgame was the culmination of a 20+ series of films and after Infinity War the hype was so high that it would’ve gross two billions without even a trailer, probably. Bond is obviously different, since comes out after a 4,5 years hiatus and a film with mixed reactions. Since it is basically official I will be also kind of surprised if they won’t promote the film as Craig’s last run.
  • matt_u wrote: »
    matt_u wrote: »
    I will be shocked if the trailer comes out in January. The marketing strategy behind this film is starting to look quite unusual compared to other blockbusters, even the most secretive ones, like Star Wars. Hopefully it will pay off, because I want the film to be a bo smash.

    ENDGAME was an April release and didn’t get its trailer until December. Could be a similar strategy here. Trailer out for the holidays, followed by more prominent marketing at the start of the year.

    Yeah true but Endgame was the culmination of a 20+ series of films and after Infinity War the hype was so high that it would’ve gross two billions without even a trailer, probably. Bond is obviously different, since comes out after a 4,5 years hiatus and a film with mixed reactions. Since it is basically official I will be also kind of surprised if they won’t promote the film as Craig’s last run.

    They won't promote the film as Craig's last.
  • 00Agent00Agent Any man who drinks Dom Perignon '52 can't be all bad.
    Posts: 5,172
    matt_u wrote: »
    matt_u wrote: »
    I will be shocked if the trailer comes out in January. The marketing strategy behind this film is starting to look quite unusual compared to other blockbusters, even the most secretive ones, like Star Wars. Hopefully it will pay off, because I want the film to be a bo smash.

    ENDGAME was an April release and didn’t get its trailer until December. Could be a similar strategy here. Trailer out for the holidays, followed by more prominent marketing at the start of the year.

    Yeah true but Endgame was the culmination of a 20+ series of films and after Infinity War the hype was so high that it would’ve gross two billions without even a trailer, probably. Bond is obviously different, since comes out after a 4,5 years hiatus and a film with mixed reactions. Since it is basically official I will be also kind of surprised if they won’t promote the film as Craig’s last run.

    They won't promote the film as Craig's last.

    But the media will.
  • mtmmtm United Kingdom
    Posts: 8,334
    Only three songs in the last 25 years from 8 films have been interwoven with the scores, one of them being rejected and relegated to the end credits.

    Until then, I’m not expecting it to happen.

    All four Craig films have featured the song’s melody in the score.
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    mtm wrote: »
    Only three songs in the last 25 years from 8 films have been interwoven with the scores, one of them being rejected and relegated to the end credits.

    Until then, I’m not expecting it to happen.

    All four Craig films have featured the song’s melody in the score.

    Absolutely. Although I am hoping the composer weaves more of the song's theme into the film than Newman did.

  • Posts: 3,260
    ColonelSun wrote: »
    mtm wrote: »
    Only three songs in the last 25 years from 8 films have been interwoven with the scores, one of them being rejected and relegated to the end credits.

    Until then, I’m not expecting it to happen.

    All four Craig films have featured the song’s melody in the score.

    Absolutely. Although I am hoping the composer weaves more of the song's theme into the film than Newman did.
    Seconded. Even if the song isn't very good and I dislike the chosen artist, I'm hoping the composer adds his own take on the song and offers a number of variations on the song's theme throughout the movie. I might not like Rita Coolidge's All Time High but I happen to think the musical variations of the song work beautifully throughout OP and give the movie a soul that the Newman Bond scores lacked severely.
  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
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    Watch this interview with Craig and Jamie Lee Curtis. Daniel's laughing.. :))



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    Contraband wrote: »
    Really OT:

    Nicholas Buc, Composer | Conductor | Arranger:
    Calling all Bond fans! This weekend we’ve got 3 performances with the @sydneysymphonyorchestra of #SkyfallinConcert at the @sydneyoperahouse. #DanielCraig #Sydney #SydneySymphonyOrchestra #SydneyOperaHouse #JamesBond



    I'm going to this tomorrow night. Super pumped. I saw Casino Royale in the Opera House too with the orchestra. Just incredible. The chase between Bond and Mollaka left me sweating due to the tension of the live music, despite watching the film a thousand times.

    Nothing feels more Bond than watching one of his films at the Opera House. Now I just need him to actually come down here and film!
  • WalecsWalecs On Her Majesty's Secret Service
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    Only three songs in the last 25 years from 8 films have been interwoven with the scores, one of them being rejected and relegated to the end credits.

    Until then, I’m not expecting it to happen.

    I count six.

    I'm not sure what you are leaving out and why.






  • Posts: 187
    I'm sure after the Release of "NTTD", we are hearing some words from MGW or BB "We need a break, the production of Bond 25 was so exhausted..."
  • CraigMooreOHMSSCraigMooreOHMSS Dublin, Ireland
    Posts: 6,465
    mtm wrote: »
    Only three songs in the last 25 years from 8 films have been interwoven with the scores, one of them being rejected and relegated to the end credits.

    Until then, I’m not expecting it to happen.

    All four Craig films have featured the song’s melody in the score.

    There's a difference of quantity between 'interwoven' and 'featured'. The only one truly interwoven is YKMN.
  • Posts: 1,297
    What a great interview. Jamie is hilarious. Craig is on very good form. Can't wait to see Knives Out.
  • CraigMooreOHMSSCraigMooreOHMSS Dublin, Ireland
    Posts: 6,465
    Contraband wrote: »
    Watch this interview with Craig and Jamie Lee Curtis. Daniel's laughing.. :))



    She's a class act.
  • ResurrectionResurrection Kolkata, India
    Posts: 2,541
    Contraband wrote: »
    Watch this interview with Craig and Jamie Lee Curtis. Daniel's laughing.. :))



    God, going to watch this film :))
    Jaime looks like younger version of M.
  • Mendes4LyfeMendes4Lyfe "I need a year off" Craig
    edited November 2019 Posts: 7,305
    Bernie99 wrote: »
    I'm sure after the Release of "NTTD", we are hearing some words from MGW or BB "We need a break, the production of Bond 25 was so exhausted..."

    To be fair they are both getting on, I'm not surprised. Even Daniel is in his fifties now.

    They need to introduce fresh blood with Bond 26 or just sell the rights entirely. If Babs said she won't make another film without Craig then perhaps number 25 is the perfect note to hand things off to another team who are passionate and eager.
  • edited November 2019 Posts: 5,601
    Oh please...Give me a break.
  • mtmmtm United Kingdom
    edited November 2019 Posts: 8,334
    There's a difference of quantity between 'interwoven' and 'featured'. The only one truly interwoven is YKMN.

    Who cares? Honestly. And QoS's one is all the way through that movie: the whole film even ends on a quote from it.
  • JG007JG007 Manchester, UK
    edited November 2019 Posts: 78
    Craig looks great and REALLY engaging and happy. Also baring in mind he’s not long wrapped NTTD he looks more at ease this time around than he did just after SP wrapped.

    Reading between the lines I think he and the rest of the production are quietly confident in NTTD and are really excited (maybe more than usual) for NTTD to hit cinemas. I’m really looking forward to seeing the NTTD interviews with the cast around time of release. This interview with JLC is great and they have some nice interaction and as mentioned, Craig looks relaxed, at ease and really positive.

    Exciting times ahead and no doubt that will ramp up considerably on the arrived of the trailer (December fingers crossed!! PLEASE) 🍸
  • CraigMooreOHMSSCraigMooreOHMSS Dublin, Ireland
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    mtm wrote: »
    There's a difference of quantity between 'interwoven' and 'featured'. The only one truly interwoven is YKMN.

    Who cares? Honestly. And QoS's one is all the way through that movie: the whole film even ends on a quote from it.

    The obvious answer is that quite a few people do, evidently.
  • Last_Rat_StandingLast_Rat_Standing South Florida
    Posts: 3,784
    No excuse to not attach a trailer to Star Wars- A film that'll gross 1.5-2 billion.
  • Well, usually there's no "trailer attaching" to another studio's movie. But I get what you mean - if they drop the NTTD trailer before the Star Wars release, cinemas would definitely show the trailer before that movie.

    And I believe this is what is going to happen!
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    HerrBond wrote: »
    Well, usually there's no "trailer attaching" to another studio's movie. But I get what you mean - if they drop the NTTD trailer before the Star Wars release, cinemas would definitely show the trailer before that movie.

    And I believe this is what is going to happen!

    Has to be. Has to be. As a marketer -- heads should roll in marketing if it doesn't.
  • CraigMooreOHMSSCraigMooreOHMSS Dublin, Ireland
    Posts: 6,465
    AgentM72 wrote: »
    HerrBond wrote: »
    Well, usually there's no "trailer attaching" to another studio's movie. But I get what you mean - if they drop the NTTD trailer before the Star Wars release, cinemas would definitely show the trailer before that movie.

    And I believe this is what is going to happen!

    Has to be. Has to be. As a marketer -- heads should roll in marketing if it doesn't.

    It certainly would be a very wise decision at this point. It would go a long way.
  • MakeshiftPythonMakeshiftPython "I want you looking FABULOUS."
    edited November 2019 Posts: 4,691
    mtm wrote: »
    Only three songs in the last 25 years from 8 films have been interwoven with the scores, one of them being rejected and relegated to the end credits.

    Until then, I’m not expecting it to happen.

    All four Craig films have featured the song’s melody in the score.

    There's a difference of quantity between 'interwoven' and 'featured'. The only one truly interwoven is YKMN.
    mtm wrote: »
    There's a difference of quantity between 'interwoven' and 'featured'. The only one truly interwoven is YKMN.

    Who cares? Honestly. And QoS's one is all the way through that movie: the whole film even ends on a quote from it.

    Exactly. A token appearance of a title song only playing for few seconds (or barely anything noteworthy at all in QOS) is not exactly the same as richer Bond scores in the past with Barry doing entire tracks with different variations.

    Of the Michael and Barbara era, TWINE and YKMY are the only titles to be properly elaborated throughout the scores, with TND only featuring the rejected “Surrender”.
  • DonnyDB5DonnyDB5 Buffalo, New York
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    I'd be flabbergasted if the trailer is not attached to Star Wars. That'd be the biggest marketing fail in all of cinema.
  • CraigMooreOHMSSCraigMooreOHMSS Dublin, Ireland
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    Exactly. A token appearance of a title song only playing for few seconds (or barely anything noteworthy at all in QOS) is not exactly the same as richer Bond scores in the past with Barry doing entire tracks with different variations.

    Quite right, @MakeshiftPython

    And I say this as someone who adores the QoS score and admires that it manages to be so strong without that added element of a memorable theme song to interweave.
    DonnyDB5 wrote: »
    I'd be flabbergasted if the trailer is not attached to Star Wars. That'd be the biggest marketing fail in all of cinema.

    I wouldn't quite go that far but it would certainly be a huge missed opportunity.
  • Posts: 13,239
    octofinger wrote: »
    Ludovico wrote: »
    For those complaining about Craig saying he's tired: get cast as Bond, then tell us how you feel after your Bond movie is wrapped up, with all the pressure, mental and physical, the media attention, everything.

    I don't think anyone is arguing that playing Bond isn't knackering.

    I think the point is more that lots of other things are, too: being a school teacher, a bricklayer, a nurse, a truck driver . . . all those jobs are exhausting, and they don't pay a million bucks. They also don't involve a few years off between gigs, or the chance to travel around the world in top class, or your choice of well-paid side-gigs.

    Make no mistake, Craig is my favourite Bond. But "this is such a hard job" is never going to garner much sympathy from a millionaire actor when he's talking to a room of regular slobs with actual hard jobs.

    I have yet to find a teacher or a bricklayer who is being watched by an army of fans and casual viewers while at work, checked by the media, known by about everyone in the world, questioned and criticised by millions for everything he does at work. You are making a false equivalence. I'm not saying Craig cannot be criticised. He's an actor for crying out loud. But let's not complain about him complaining sometimes on how exhausting it is. And by the way, teachers, bricklayers and so on are well within their right to find their job exhausting and thankless.
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