No Time to Die production thread (MINOR SPOILERS ALLOWED)

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  • RichardTheBruceRichardTheBruce I'm motivated by my Duty.
    Posts: 9,571
    Crazy like a fox, @TripAces.
  • ResurrectionResurrection Kolkata, India
    edited February 2020 Posts: 2,541
    FoxRox wrote: »
    Denbigh wrote: »
    Vesper, Fields, Turkish Girl, Severine, Lucia, Madeleine

    Yeah this guy's been really tied down... ;)

    How could you forget Solange!

    Yes @Denbigh how could you, that was the sexiest scene of this era.
    TripAces wrote: »
    The real question is when do these scenes play out.....pre-Matera? They seem very happy but Bond looks scarred.....part of me thinks that this scene is Bond’s introductionary scene into the film. It be quite the money shot getting Craig back in the iconic speedos for his first shot after the gun barrel

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    I will throw out a crazy theory. This is the very end of the film.

    I said it first in the last page :P
  • TripAcesTripAces Universal Exports
    Posts: 4,364
    FoxRox wrote: »
    Denbigh wrote: »
    Vesper, Fields, Turkish Girl, Severine, Lucia, Madeleine

    Yeah this guy's been really tied down... ;)

    How could you forget Solange!

    Yes @Denbigh how could you, that was the sexist scene of this era.
    TripAces wrote: »
    The real question is when do these scenes play out.....pre-Matera? They seem very happy but Bond looks scarred.....part of me thinks that this scene is Bond’s introductionary scene into the film. It be quite the money shot getting Craig back in the iconic speedos for his first shot after the gun barrel

    qL1hiru.jpg
    5OT0QTG.jpg
    8tBEXkc.jpg


    I will throw out a crazy theory. This is the very end of the film.

    I said it first in the last page :P

    How'd I miss that? In any case: great minds must think alike.
  • ResurrectionResurrection Kolkata, India
    edited February 2020 Posts: 2,541
    TripAces wrote: »
    FoxRox wrote: »
    Denbigh wrote: »
    Vesper, Fields, Turkish Girl, Severine, Lucia, Madeleine

    Yeah this guy's been really tied down... ;)

    How could you forget Solange!

    Yes @Denbigh how could you, that was the sexist scene of this era.
    TripAces wrote: »
    The real question is when do these scenes play out.....pre-Matera? They seem very happy but Bond looks scarred.....part of me thinks that this scene is Bond’s introductionary scene into the film. It be quite the money shot getting Craig back in the iconic speedos for his first shot after the gun barrel

    qL1hiru.jpg
    5OT0QTG.jpg
    8tBEXkc.jpg


    I will throw out a crazy theory. This is the very end of the film.

    I said it first in the last page :P

    How'd I miss that? In any case: great minds must think alike.

    This film is everything what they were trying to do with SP so i wouldn't be surprised if film ends with bond and Madeline in the water but @matt_u have an interesting theory as well.
  • OctopussyOctopussy Piz Gloria, Schilthorn, Switzerland.
    edited February 2020 Posts: 1,081
    FoxRox wrote: »
    Denbigh wrote: »
    FoxRox wrote: »
    Denbigh wrote: »
    Vesper, Fields, Turkish Girl, Severine, Lucia, Madeleine

    Yeah this guy's been really tied down... ;)

    How could you forget Solange!
    They get to kiss I guess haha, but he leaves before they can do anything right?

    I guess so. I always count her anyway; the intent was there in any case.

    Intent? Unfortunately, that doesn't count in the real world.

    I was being facetious, but Craig in his first two films, he only beds two women. Then in his third and fourth he beds four and now he will potentially bed none in No Time To Die? Craig better pump those numbers up! It would mean that with the exception of the Mendes duo he would've only bedded a single woman in each film.


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    Connery bedded 15 women across 6 films. Lazenby bedded 13 across 1 film. Moore bedded 19 across 8 films. Dalton bedded 4 across 2 films. Brosnan bedded 10 across 4 films.
  • mtmmtm United Kingdom
    Posts: 9,100
    How is Dalton in your list of better ones?
  • matt_umatt_u better known as Mr. Roark
    Posts: 4,055
    Contraband wrote: »
    The real question is when do these scenes play out.....pre-Matera? They seem very happy but Bond looks scarred.....part of me thinks that this scene is Bond’s introductionary scene into the film. It be quite the money shot getting Craig back in the iconic speedos for his first shot after the gun barrel

    qL1hiru.jpg
    5OT0QTG.jpg
    8tBEXkc.jpg
    Or your idea: swimming (in Maratea) on their way to Matera

    Actually that's my idea but is fine.
  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
    Posts: 2,972
    What the hell is this thing? And does it explain a bit more re: the plot or lab scene?

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    Can you spot our tornado gearbox capsules in the new stunning James bond movie trailer No Time To Die. "The film looks incredible"


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  • Posts: 1,255
    TripAces wrote: »
    The real question is when do these scenes play out.....pre-Matera? They seem very happy but Bond looks scarred.....part of me thinks that this scene is Bond’s introductionary scene into the film. It be quite the money shot getting Craig back in the iconic speedos for his first shot after the gun barrel

    qL1hiru.jpg
    5OT0QTG.jpg
    8tBEXkc.jpg


    I will throw out a crazy theory. This is the very end of the film.

    Sure, they did it in Never Say Never Again so why not for NTTD.
  • MalloryMallory Do mosquitoes have friends?
    Posts: 1,549
    Do we have any info on the amount of the film that has been shot in IMAX?, and if any of the venues will be in 70mm. I wanna get the BFI IMAX opening weekend tickets booked up sharpish when theyre on sale.
  • Mallory wrote: »
    Do we have any info on the amount of the film that has been shot in IMAX?, and if any of the venues will be in 70mm. I wanna get the BFI IMAX opening weekend tickets booked up sharpish when theyre on sale.

    It's usually booked out for corporate clients for the first few days...but I too am hoping to see it at the BFI IMAX at some point.

    Who else can't wait for the final theatrical poster so they can nerd out on those credits at the bottom??? Any predictions on what they will be? There is always a surprise in there somewhere. I predict a 'John Hodge' surprise....

    SITE_POSTER-640x410.jpg

    With SP, we found out DC was a co-producer and Jez Butterworth was officially 'on' as a writer opposed to merely unofficially polishing.
  • MaxCasinoMaxCasino United States
    Posts: 2,185
    Mallory wrote: »
    Do we have any info on the amount of the film that has been shot in IMAX?, and if any of the venues will be in 70mm. I wanna get the BFI IMAX opening weekend tickets booked up sharpish when theyre on sale.

    It's usually booked out for corporate clients for the first few days...but I too am hoping to see it at the BFI IMAX at some point.

    Who else can't wait for the final theatrical poster so they can nerd out on those credits at the bottom??? Any predictions on what they will be? There is always a surprise in there somewhere. I predict a 'John Hodge' surprise....

    SITE_POSTER-640x410.jpg

    With SP, we found out DC was a co-producer and Jez Butterworth was officially 'on' as a writer opposed to merely unofficially polishing.

    I wonder how they are going to credit Christoph Waltz, if at all.
  • MaxCasino wrote: »
    Mallory wrote: »
    Do we have any info on the amount of the film that has been shot in IMAX?, and if any of the venues will be in 70mm. I wanna get the BFI IMAX opening weekend tickets booked up sharpish when theyre on sale.

    It's usually booked out for corporate clients for the first few days...but I too am hoping to see it at the BFI IMAX at some point.

    Who else can't wait for the final theatrical poster so they can nerd out on those credits at the bottom??? Any predictions on what they will be? There is always a surprise in there somewhere. I predict a 'John Hodge' surprise....

    SITE_POSTER-640x410.jpg

    With SP, we found out DC was a co-producer and Jez Butterworth was officially 'on' as a writer opposed to merely unofficially polishing.

    I wonder how they are going to credit Christoph Waltz, if at all.

    It'll be tough....the actor playing M always get the prestigious 'and' credit. So I think Ralph has that one in the bag.

    It'll be a contest between Jeffrey Wright and Christoph Waltz for the 'with' credit.....I think Jeffrey edges out Christoph based solely on the fact that the latter is meant to be a 'secret' (despite being announced in the trades and appearing in the trailers)
  • Posts: 3,158
    MaxCasino wrote: »
    Mallory wrote: »
    Do we have any info on the amount of the film that has been shot in IMAX?, and if any of the venues will be in 70mm. I wanna get the BFI IMAX opening weekend tickets booked up sharpish when theyre on sale.

    It's usually booked out for corporate clients for the first few days...but I too am hoping to see it at the BFI IMAX at some point.

    Who else can't wait for the final theatrical poster so they can nerd out on those credits at the bottom??? Any predictions on what they will be? There is always a surprise in there somewhere. I predict a 'John Hodge' surprise....

    SITE_POSTER-640x410.jpg

    With SP, we found out DC was a co-producer and Jez Butterworth was officially 'on' as a writer opposed to merely unofficially polishing.

    I wonder how they are going to credit Christoph Waltz, if at all.

    It'll be tough....the actor playing M always get the prestigious 'and' credit. So I think Ralph has that one in the bag.

    It'll be a contest between Jeffrey Wright and Christoph Waltz for the 'with' credit.....I think Jeffrey edges out Christoph based solely on the fact that the latter is meant to be a 'secret' (despite being announced in the trades and appearing in the trailers)

    The official credits at the moment in press releases end with With Jeffrey Wright, With Christoph Waltz, And Ralph Fiennes As M. In fact before the trailer, this was how we knew Waltz was officially back.
    Mallory wrote: »
    Do we have any info on the amount of the film that has been shot in IMAX?, and if any of the venues will be in 70mm. I wanna get the BFI IMAX opening weekend tickets booked up sharpish when theyre on sale.

    Official is that it's 'key sequences' but from what we've seen in the set photos quite a substantial amount it seems, almost I'd say Dark Knight Rises level. The pre titles (ice lake and Matera) is almost all IMAX, some of Jamaica is IMAX, Cuba set piece is IMAX and at least the finale car chase is IMAX also.

    No word yet on IMAX 70mm prints though, the runtime seemingly being 165 is a good sign that they'll be able to do them as that's the absolute max limit for the format. And if they put money into a 3D version for select markets, I'd certainly hope they put money into prints. The only discouraging sign is Universal not having done them for First Man.
  • Red_SnowRed_Snow Australia
    Posts: 2,231
    Long Range Box Office Tracking: Will No Time to Die Close Out Daniel Craig’s James Bond Era with a Bang?
    https://www.boxofficepro.com/long-range-box-office-tracking-no-time-to-die-007-james-bond/
  • antovolk wrote: »
    MaxCasino wrote: »
    Mallory wrote: »
    Do we have any info on the amount of the film that has been shot in IMAX?, and if any of the venues will be in 70mm. I wanna get the BFI IMAX opening weekend tickets booked up sharpish when theyre on sale.

    It's usually booked out for corporate clients for the first few days...but I too am hoping to see it at the BFI IMAX at some point.

    Who else can't wait for the final theatrical poster so they can nerd out on those credits at the bottom??? Any predictions on what they will be? There is always a surprise in there somewhere. I predict a 'John Hodge' surprise....

    SITE_POSTER-640x410.jpg

    With SP, we found out DC was a co-producer and Jez Butterworth was officially 'on' as a writer opposed to merely unofficially polishing.

    I wonder how they are going to credit Christoph Waltz, if at all.

    It'll be tough....the actor playing M always get the prestigious 'and' credit. So I think Ralph has that one in the bag.

    It'll be a contest between Jeffrey Wright and Christoph Waltz for the 'with' credit.....I think Jeffrey edges out Christoph based solely on the fact that the latter is meant to be a 'secret' (despite being announced in the trades and appearing in the trailers)

    The official credits at the moment in press releases end with With Jeffrey Wright, With Christoph Waltz, And Ralph Fiennes As M. In fact before the trailer, this was how we knew Waltz was officially back.

    Interesting......two 'with' credits. Someone's agent is getting paid.

    @antovolk what are you writer credit predictions?

    I think it's going to be as simple as 'Written by Neal Purvis & Robert Wade and Cary Fukunaga and Phoebe Waller-Bridge.'

    There's an outside chance that P&W only get story and screenplay goes to CJF and PWB. But there is also the outside-outside chance of a story credit for Boyle and Hodge.
  • Posts: 3,158
    antovolk wrote: »
    MaxCasino wrote: »
    Mallory wrote: »
    Do we have any info on the amount of the film that has been shot in IMAX?, and if any of the venues will be in 70mm. I wanna get the BFI IMAX opening weekend tickets booked up sharpish when theyre on sale.

    It's usually booked out for corporate clients for the first few days...but I too am hoping to see it at the BFI IMAX at some point.

    Who else can't wait for the final theatrical poster so they can nerd out on those credits at the bottom??? Any predictions on what they will be? There is always a surprise in there somewhere. I predict a 'John Hodge' surprise....

    SITE_POSTER-640x410.jpg

    With SP, we found out DC was a co-producer and Jez Butterworth was officially 'on' as a writer opposed to merely unofficially polishing.

    I wonder how they are going to credit Christoph Waltz, if at all.

    It'll be tough....the actor playing M always get the prestigious 'and' credit. So I think Ralph has that one in the bag.

    It'll be a contest between Jeffrey Wright and Christoph Waltz for the 'with' credit.....I think Jeffrey edges out Christoph based solely on the fact that the latter is meant to be a 'secret' (despite being announced in the trades and appearing in the trailers)

    The official credits at the moment in press releases end with With Jeffrey Wright, With Christoph Waltz, And Ralph Fiennes As M. In fact before the trailer, this was how we knew Waltz was officially back.

    Interesting......two 'with' credits. Someone's agent is getting paid.

    @antovolk what are you writer credit predictions?

    I think it's going to be as simple as 'Written by Neal Purvis & Robert Wade and Cary Fukunaga and Phoebe Waller-Bridge.'

    There's an outside chance that P&W only get story and screenplay goes to CJF and PWB. But there is also the outside-outside chance of a story credit for Boyle and Hodge.

    I would agree. Here is where it can get complex with the WGA so we'll only really know closer to release. At the moment in marketing it is as you say, P&W, and Fukunaga and PWB. No Burns.
  • RC7RC7
    Posts: 10,512
    Mallory wrote: »
    Do we have any info on the amount of the film that has been shot in IMAX?, and if any of the venues will be in 70mm. I wanna get the BFI IMAX opening weekend tickets booked up sharpish when theyre on sale.

    It's usually booked out for corporate clients for the first few days...but I too am hoping to see it at the BFI IMAX at some point.

    Who else can't wait for the final theatrical poster so they can nerd out on those credits at the bottom??? Any predictions on what they will be? There is always a surprise in there somewhere. I predict a 'John Hodge' surprise....

    SITE_POSTER-640x410.jpg

    With SP, we found out DC was a co-producer and Jez Butterworth was officially 'on' as a writer opposed to merely unofficially polishing.

    It’s not. I saw both SF and SP there opening day.
  • I'm curious if it will hit a billion worldwide this time.
  • edited February 2020 Posts: 3,158
    RC7 wrote: »
    Mallory wrote: »
    Do we have any info on the amount of the film that has been shot in IMAX?, and if any of the venues will be in 70mm. I wanna get the BFI IMAX opening weekend tickets booked up sharpish when theyre on sale.

    It's usually booked out for corporate clients for the first few days...but I too am hoping to see it at the BFI IMAX at some point.

    Who else can't wait for the final theatrical poster so they can nerd out on those credits at the bottom??? Any predictions on what they will be? There is always a surprise in there somewhere. I predict a 'John Hodge' surprise....

    SITE_POSTER-640x410.jpg

    With SP, we found out DC was a co-producer and Jez Butterworth was officially 'on' as a writer opposed to merely unofficially polishing.

    It’s not. I saw both SF and SP there opening day.

    Dunno about SF but the frustrating thing about SP is that the BFI was booked out by corporate clients for the opening night Monday showing, and the (then) Empire Leicester Square IMAX was used by the Film & TV Charity for their screening. Thank god the OLS wasn't...

    Anyway, if there's no 70mm prints, aside from going to Manchester, if you still want to do IMAX I'd strongly advise in favour of booking the Leicester Square IMAX in lieu of the BFI. Ever wider screen, with laser projection - the 1.90:1 image, though not the full 1.43, will look a hell of a lot better there (with a suitable screen to match) than off 2K xenon.

    Worst case scenario, I'm gonna try for the OLS on opening night and then Manchester IMAX over the weekend for round 2
  • DenbighDenbigh UK
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  • robcoperobcope St. Petersburg, FL
    edited February 2020 Posts: 58
    Ok, that's Dr. No's lair, is it not?
  • QBranchQBranch Always have an escape plan. Mine is watching James Bond films.
    Posts: 11,869
    Wow, we're being way too spoiled here!
  • robcoperobcope St. Petersburg, FL
    edited February 2020 Posts: 58
    I love how Bond seems to be giving tactical signals to Nomi while getting shot at in that one frame.
  • Jordo007Jordo007 Merseyside
    Posts: 1,083
    talos7 wrote: »
    He should have made time for the receptionist at the Ocean Club!.

    This is the truest post I've ever seen on this forum
  • jake24jake24 Sitting at your desk, kissing your lover, eating supper with your familyModerator
    Posts: 10,569
    QBranch wrote: »
    Wow, we're being way too spoiled here!
    Have to disagree here. We still don't know much about the plot at all, and they need to market this film (especially having began the marketing later than usual). That said, the All Star Game is a very big event in the sports world, so good on them for making a solid effort here.

    I wouldn't be surprised if a lot more footage is revealed before April.
  • 007Blofeld007Blofeld In the freedom of the West.
    Posts: 3,126
    https://i.imgur.com/dfxtVPd.jpg https://i.imgur.com/ywKSF1I.jpg this is wierd the same shot different angle somehow a reflection?
    Why would one trailer have her from one side and then another totally flipped they shoot twice from both sides bit confusing.
  • Posts: 3,158
    007Blofeld wrote: »
    https://i.imgur.com/dfxtVPd.jpg https://i.imgur.com/ywKSF1I.jpg this is wierd the same shot different angle somehow a reflection?
    Why would one trailer have her from one side and then another totally flipped they shoot twice from both sides bit confusing.

    Editing, all to do with that and how the flow of it works
  • DenbighDenbigh UK
    Posts: 4,684
    Oh I think he meant as in we've been given a lot of stuff this week @jake24
  • QBranchQBranch Always have an escape plan. Mine is watching James Bond films.
    Posts: 11,869
    Yep, that's what I meant, but at the same time, I don't want to see all the best bits before April!
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