NTTD - Official Trailer Discussion Thread - First trailer OUT NOW (MINOR SPOILERS ALLOWED)

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  • RichardTheBruceRichardTheBruce I'm motivated by my Duty.
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    jake24 wrote: »
    If anyone comes across a link to the trailer music (preferably isolated), please post it here or send it my way.

    This is the first one I saw, @jake24. Watching for the international trailer version, different music for that.

    Keeping in mind there will even be cover versions created by individuals worth listening to.


  • TripAcesTripAces Universal Exports
    edited September 2020 Posts: 4,055
    Bounine wrote: »
    The cinematography and colors look great except for maybe the teal but I just hope that there is some definite focus on Bond’s character in this movie. Hell, I’d like to see him play golf again at some point. Won’t be with Craig’s Bond though.

    I agree. I would also love to see Bond going through one of the quieter moments of a Fleming routine - press-ups, taking a shower, breakfast on a balcony watching the sea, etc. but I doubt we'd ever see that on film. Maybe Tarantino would have explored this aspect, knowing how he loves to indulge in character non-action moments.

    Rarely have we seen Bond eat anything, across the 24 films. In many instances, he is at the table, but we don't actually see him eating. We certainly see him drink a lot.

    In the DC era, for example, I think we see only see him eating a bite of caviar, after defeating LeChiffre.
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    I really don't know if this real or not, in one hand we saw last year photo/videos of gyrocam helicopter filming a seaplane in Jamaica in days, but I dont know if this particular plan is part of them or if this a CGI plane/castle... (And by the past we saw real thing like combat in helico on PTS Spectre or Oberhauser base explosion looked like CGI even if they are not, or at least not entierly).

    There is some great CGI in the trailer (like the bike jump), but in other hand if the CGI of all the trailer was so perfect we wouldn't had discutions about CGI (since we wouldn't see them).

    And honestly it's one of my fear, Skyfall and Spectre have some good ones (like the mouse) but also bad ones (the incrusation on the visaged un the bike/helicoper PTS or the helicopter below Silva island), and first trailer of NTTD have shoot on the bridge that looked IMO not natural :

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    The bike jump is real.
  • TripAces wrote: »
    Bounine wrote: »
    The cinematography and colors look great except for maybe the teal but I just hope that there is some definite focus on Bond’s character in this movie. Hell, I’d like to see him play golf again at some point. Won’t be with Craig’s Bond though.

    I agree. I would also love to see Bond going through one of the quieter moments of a Fleming routine - press-ups, taking a shower, breakfast on a balcony watching the sea, etc. but I doubt we'd ever see that on film. Maybe Tarantino would have explored this aspect, knowing how he loves to indulge in character non-action moments.

    Rarely have we seen Bond eat anything, across the 24 films. In many instances, he is at the table, but we don't actually see him eating. We certainly see him drink a lot.

    In the DC era, for example, I think we see only see him eating a bite of caviar, after defeating LeChiffre.

    Considering the books are rammed full of Fleming's quirky desire for describing with absolute relish Bond's eating habits (particularly scrambled eggs at breakfast), its a shame this has been completely left out of the screen Bond version. Just a 5 second snippet would do.
  • BennyBenny ...OctobennyModerator
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    Even a breakfast scene with Bond specifying a boiled egg, cooked for 3 and a 1/3 minutes would be a nice little nod to Fleming. I agree Bonds breakfast regime, or morning routine would be a small, but welcome addition to the cinematic Bond, that would add little screen time, but a lot to the character.
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    Matt007 wrote: »
    The bike jump is real.

    I talk about the ramp texture.
  • imranbecksimranbecks Singapore
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    Benny wrote: »
    Even a breakfast scene with Bond specifying a boiled egg, cooked for 3 and a 1/3 minutes would be a nice little nod to Fleming. I agree Bonds breakfast regime, or morning routine would be a small, but welcome addition to the cinematic Bond, that would add little screen time, but a lot to the character.

    I'm confident we'll see him eating something in NTTD.. Lol. If not in the pre title sequence in Matera, surely he'll be eating something while in retirement at his home in Jamaica.
  • QBranchQBranch Always have an escape plan. Mine is watching James Bond films.
    Posts: 10,693
    Perhaps he'll dine on some delicious red snapper?
  • TuxedoTuxedo Europe
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    Benny wrote: »
    Even a breakfast scene with Bond specifying a boiled egg, cooked for 3 and a 1/3 minutes would be a nice little nod to Fleming. I agree Bonds breakfast regime, or morning routine would be a small, but welcome addition to the cinematic Bond, that would add little screen time, but a lot to the character.
    Yes, that would be great. Even greater would be another true adaption of a Fleming novel like the first Bond movies with Sean Connery.
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    TripAces wrote: »
    Bounine wrote: »
    The cinematography and colors look great except for maybe the teal but I just hope that there is some definite focus on Bond’s character in this movie. Hell, I’d like to see him play golf again at some point. Won’t be with Craig’s Bond though.

    I agree. I would also love to see Bond going through one of the quieter moments of a Fleming routine - press-ups, taking a shower, breakfast on a balcony watching the sea, etc. but I doubt we'd ever see that on film. Maybe Tarantino would have explored this aspect, knowing how he loves to indulge in character non-action moments.

    Rarely have we seen Bond eat anything, across the 24 films. In many instances, he is at the table, but we don't actually see him eating. We certainly see him drink a lot.

    In the DC era, for example, I think we see only see him eating a bite of caviar, after defeating LeChiffre.

    Considering the books are rammed full of Fleming's quirky desire for describing with absolute relish Bond's eating habits (particularly scrambled eggs at breakfast), its a shame this has been completely left out of the screen Bond version. Just a 5 second snippet would do.
    Benny wrote: »
    Even a breakfast scene with Bond specifying a boiled egg, cooked for 3 and a 1/3 minutes would be a nice little nod to Fleming. I agree Bonds breakfast regime, or morning routine would be a small, but welcome addition to the cinematic Bond, that would add little screen time, but a lot to the character.

    +1 Been waiting for this to happen for years and years.
  • WalecsWalecs On Her Majesty's Secret Service
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    Univex wrote: »
    TripAces wrote: »
    Bounine wrote: »
    The cinematography and colors look great except for maybe the teal but I just hope that there is some definite focus on Bond’s character in this movie. Hell, I’d like to see him play golf again at some point. Won’t be with Craig’s Bond though.

    I agree. I would also love to see Bond going through one of the quieter moments of a Fleming routine - press-ups, taking a shower, breakfast on a balcony watching the sea, etc. but I doubt we'd ever see that on film. Maybe Tarantino would have explored this aspect, knowing how he loves to indulge in character non-action moments.

    Rarely have we seen Bond eat anything, across the 24 films. In many instances, he is at the table, but we don't actually see him eating. We certainly see him drink a lot.

    In the DC era, for example, I think we see only see him eating a bite of caviar, after defeating LeChiffre.

    Considering the books are rammed full of Fleming's quirky desire for describing with absolute relish Bond's eating habits (particularly scrambled eggs at breakfast), its a shame this has been completely left out of the screen Bond version. Just a 5 second snippet would do.
    Benny wrote: »
    Even a breakfast scene with Bond specifying a boiled egg, cooked for 3 and a 1/3 minutes would be a nice little nod to Fleming. I agree Bonds breakfast regime, or morning routine would be a small, but welcome addition to the cinematic Bond, that would add little screen time, but a lot to the character.

    +1 Been waiting for this to happen for years and years.

    +2
  • Red_SnowRed_Snow Australia
    edited September 2020 Posts: 2,009
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    Is it Q's plane that's being fired at?
  • DenbighDenbigh UK
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    Red_Snow wrote: »
    Is it Q's plane that's being fired at?
    The first shot, is the POV of the small jet or whatever it is ejecting from the plane.

    ...and I'm not sure whats passing the plane there, possibly being fired at.
  • Red_SnowRed_Snow Australia
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    Denbigh wrote: »
    Red_Snow wrote: »
    Is it Q's plane that's being fired at?
    The first shot, is the POV of the small jet or whatever it is ejecting from the plane.

    ...and I'm not sure whats passing the plane there, possibly being fired at.

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    Could this ship be firing at the plane?

    The waters look similar in colour to the one the Q glider lands in.
  • DenbighDenbigh UK
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    Red_Snow wrote: »
    Denbigh wrote: »
    Red_Snow wrote: »
    Is it Q's plane that's being fired at?
    The first shot, is the POV of the small jet or whatever it is ejecting from the plane.

    ...and I'm not sure whats passing the plane there, possibly being fired at.

    TgLDVpr.jpg

    Could this ship be firing at the plane?

    The waters look similar in colour to the one the Q glider lands in.
    It could be. My first thought would be that those ships are backup for Bond and Nomi, but not too sure anymore.
  • MalloryMallory Are you ready to get back to work?
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    Safin’s island could be very well defended, hence the need for a high altitude plane drop in a very small light aircraft?
  • TripAcesTripAces Universal Exports
    edited September 2020 Posts: 4,055
    Red_Snow wrote: »
    MCviAqu.jpg

    u6A7NV1.jpg

    Is it Q's plane that's being fired at?

    You know, I thought that Safin may have been on a plane in the shot we see here. Perhaps it is his plane being fired upon.

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    It's at approx. 1:58 of the trailer.
  • DenbighDenbigh UK
    edited September 2020 Posts: 4,054
    @TripAces Safin is wearing what he's wearing in the forest sequence, so I think that's Safin in the helicopter that I'm assuming he uses to leave after kidnapping Madeleine?

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  • TripAcesTripAces Universal Exports
    edited September 2020 Posts: 4,055
    Denbigh wrote: »
    @TripAces Safin is wearing what he's wearing in the forest sequence, so I think that's Safin in the helicopter that I'm assuming he uses to leave after kidnapping Madeleine?

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    Good point

    And looking more closely at the two planes, they may indeed be the same. Two of the engines are hidden, but upon closer inspection, I think I see them.
  • Red_SnowRed_Snow Australia
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    If that is indeed the same plane, based on the colour of the sky it looks as though they arrive / leave the air strip at dawn, and launch the glider during daylight.





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    TripAces wrote: »
    Bounine wrote: »
    The cinematography and colors look great except for maybe the teal but I just hope that there is some definite focus on Bond’s character in this movie. Hell, I’d like to see him play golf again at some point. Won’t be with Craig’s Bond though.

    I agree. I would also love to see Bond going through one of the quieter moments of a Fleming routine - press-ups, taking a shower, breakfast on a balcony watching the sea, etc. but I doubt we'd ever see that on film. Maybe Tarantino would have explored this aspect, knowing how he loves to indulge in character non-action moments.

    Rarely have we seen Bond eat anything, across the 24 films. In many instances, he is at the table, but we don't actually see him eating. We certainly see him drink a lot.

    In the DC era, for example, I think we see only see him eating a bite of caviar, after defeating LeChiffre.

    Considering the books are rammed full of Fleming's quirky desire for describing with absolute relish Bond's eating habits (particularly scrambled eggs at breakfast), its a shame this has been completely left out of the screen Bond version. Just a 5 second snippet would do.

    This is the one thing I want from bond. Ordering his eggs and bacon and black coffee. Nothing fancy but simple food done to perfection.
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    The widescreen shots of the Atlantic road and the db5 on the coastal road in Italy look absolute sumptuous.
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    Matt007 wrote: »
    TripAces wrote: »
    Bounine wrote: »
    The cinematography and colors look great except for maybe the teal but I just hope that there is some definite focus on Bond’s character in this movie. Hell, I’d like to see him play golf again at some point. Won’t be with Craig’s Bond though.

    I agree. I would also love to see Bond going through one of the quieter moments of a Fleming routine - press-ups, taking a shower, breakfast on a balcony watching the sea, etc. but I doubt we'd ever see that on film. Maybe Tarantino would have explored this aspect, knowing how he loves to indulge in character non-action moments.

    Rarely have we seen Bond eat anything, across the 24 films. In many instances, he is at the table, but we don't actually see him eating. We certainly see him drink a lot.

    In the DC era, for example, I think we see only see him eating a bite of caviar, after defeating LeChiffre.

    Considering the books are rammed full of Fleming's quirky desire for describing with absolute relish Bond's eating habits (particularly scrambled eggs at breakfast), its a shame this has been completely left out of the screen Bond version. Just a 5 second snippet would do.

    This is the one thing I want from bond. Ordering his eggs and bacon and black coffee. Nothing fancy but simple food done to perfection.

    Maybe we'll have that in Matera (fingers crossed).
  • GatecrasherGatecrasher Classified
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    I may be having a ptsd flashback to Die Another Day's climax - with Bond & Jinx, the cargo plane, and glider. I know NTTD's ending won't be anything like that, but I couldn't help but draw a parallel from the imagery in the latest trailer.
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    I may be having a ptsd flashback to Die Another Day's climax - with Bond & Jinx, the cargo plane, and glider. I know NTTD's ending won't be anything like that, but I couldn't help but draw a parallel from the imagery in the latest trailer.

    NTTD will make the incredible feat of redeeming both DAD and SP :D
  • I may be having a ptsd flashback to Die Another Day's climax - with Bond & Jinx, the cargo plane, and glider. I know NTTD's ending won't be anything like that, but I couldn't help but draw a parallel from the imagery in the latest trailer.

    Cuba as a location, Bond coming back into the MI6 fold, the glider, Bond teaming up with a female operative - there are a few DAD parallels.
  • GadgetManGadgetMan Nigeria
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    I think if NTTD succeeds as it's looking in mixing realism and fantasy like the Bond movies of old did, EON might showcase Bond 7 in Bond 26 in that classic style again, albeit with more complexity to suit the modern times.
  • GatecrasherGatecrasher Classified
    Posts: 241
    I may be having a ptsd flashback to Die Another Day's climax - with Bond & Jinx, the cargo plane, and glider. I know NTTD's ending won't be anything like that, but I couldn't help but draw a parallel from the imagery in the latest trailer.

    Cuba as a location, Bond coming back into the MI6 fold, the glider, Bond teaming up with a female operative - there are a few DAD parallels.

    Oh wow, there were more than I thought.
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    I may be having a ptsd flashback to Die Another Day's climax - with Bond & Jinx, the cargo plane, and glider. I know NTTD's ending won't be anything like that, but I couldn't help but draw a parallel from the imagery in the latest trailer.

    Cuba as a location, Bond coming back into the MI6 fold, the glider, Bond teaming up with a female operative - there are a few DAD parallels.

    Oh wow, there were more than I thought.

    And the invisible Aston Martin. Oh, had you not heard about that?
  • ImpertinentGoonImpertinentGoon Wattenscheid
    Posts: 381
    delfloria wrote: »
    I may be having a ptsd flashback to Die Another Day's climax - with Bond & Jinx, the cargo plane, and glider. I know NTTD's ending won't be anything like that, but I couldn't help but draw a parallel from the imagery in the latest trailer.

    Cuba as a location, Bond coming back into the MI6 fold, the glider, Bond teaming up with a female operative - there are a few DAD parallels.

    Oh wow, there were more than I thought.

    And the invisible Aston Martin. Oh, had you not heard about that?

    So Safin is actually Gustav Graves is actually Hugo Drax, confirmed? Very Good
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