Pitch A Bond Film With Cast

007portsmouth007portsmouth Portsmouth
edited May 2020 in Trivia & Games Posts: 3
bascally pitch any idea you have for a bond film these are the rules
1. you have to put your cast list down(any one in your cast can be dead or alive)
2. you have to give short synopsis of your film
3. you have to put 3 crew members which should be director,score and screenwriters you can put more if you want (again can be dead or alive)
4. you should put the locations visted in this film
5. the running time of the film
6. and the villiains plan#
7. you also need to put the name of your film and what artist is preforming the title song (again dead or alive)


Heres mine
Film Name; Phoenix

Director: Lewis Gilbert

Producers:Albert R Broccoli
Michael G Wilson
Barbara Broccoli

Screenplay By : Christopher Wood
Richard Mailbum
Neal Pervis
Robert Wade

Music: John Barry

Cinematography:Claude Renoir

Edited By: John Glen


Cast
Roger Moore As James Bond
Audrey Hepburn As Sophie Morrison
Ciran Hinds As Danill Knyaze
David Hedison As Felix Leiter
Elizabeth Harinos As Summer Williams
Pat Roach As Mr Stevens
Anton Yelchin As Mendev
Ghassum Massoud As Hasssian
DB Wong As Dr Ling Na
Laurence Olivier As M
Desmond Llewelyn As Q
Honeysuckle Weeks As Miss Moneypeeny


Running Time:140 Mins



Film Locations:Tel Aviv Air Base,Miami,London,Nice,Grand Carina,Bangkok,Jakarta,Knyaze Interindustry Oil Rig

Plot Synopsis Bond is called to investigate when a atomic bomb is stolen from us aribase in irseal

Main Villain plan: to cause humanitarian crisis by detonating a atomic bomb over the ring of fire and causeing tsunami so his aid agency can create a group of people depended on his help.
Title song artist; ellie golding

Comments

  • edited May 2020 Posts: 286
    It's a nice topic idea. Regarding your own pitch, I like the return of the Moore/Hedison pair as well as the casting of Laurence Olivier as M, even if I am quite disturbed by the blend of actors from different periods (Yelchin and Hinds meeting Hepburn for exemple).

    For my part, I find this thread very inspiring. Immediately, I would be tempted to pitch a second movie with Lazenby, a Bond 17 with Dalton, or even a hypothetical future Bond movie. I will however limit myself with a period piece, starring Connery.

    Casino Royale
    Directed by Carol Reed
    Based on Ben Hecht's screenplay
    Music by Franz Waxman

    Starring:
    Sean Connery as James Bond
    Charlotte Rampling as Vesper Lynd
    Robert Morley as Le Chiffre
    Alida Valli as Gita, Le Chiffre's wife
    Kerwin Mathews as Felix Leiter
    Bernard Lee as M

    After joint MI6 and CIA investigation dismantles sexpionage network aimed at blackmailing UN diplomats in New York, James Bond is sent to Hamburg to destroy compromising information kept against these officials. The mastermind behind these operations, Le Chiffre loses the money invested by the organization employing him.

    Broken, Le Chiffre has no choice but to go to the casino of Royale-les-Eaux in an attempt to replace his lost funds. Enjoying a holiday on the French Riviera, Bond is sent with fellow agent Vesper Lynd to the Casino Royale to bankrupt him once and for all. But upon their arrival, they are the object of several assassination attempts.

    Location: New York City, Hamburg, Royale-les-Eaux, French Riviera, London.

    As in the novel, Le Chiffre's scheme is to recover a large sum of money for his organization after losing it in an operation involving prostitues (here used to blackmail UN officials). The organization employing him in this version is SPECTRE, as in Hecht's script.

    Running time: 120 minutes.
    For the title song, I would be inclined to go with "The Look of Love" by Dusty Springfield, since the 1967 spoof wouldn't exist in this timeline.
  • DenbighDenbigh UK
    edited May 2020 Posts: 4,017
    Both great ideas. @Herr_Stockmann, I've always thought how cool a Connery version of Casino Royale would be.

    For my part, I'm basically just going to pitch my idea for the next James Bond film, although originally I just had a cast and not really anything else - but we'll see what I can come up with.

    New Dawn
    Directed by Denis Villeneuve
    Written by John Logan
    Music by Daniel Pemberton

    Cinematography by Greig Fraser
    Editing by Stuart Baird

    Title Song: "New Dawn" by Florence Welch
    Running Time: 165 minutes

    Starring
    Callum Turner as James Bond
    Lennie James as M
    Daniel Bruhl as Lucas Miguel
    Sonoya Mizuno as Nomura
    Angela Sarafyan as Delphine
    Joel Edgerton as Felix Leiter
    Vanessa Kirby as Moneypenny
    Riz Ahmed as Q

    Synopsis: The film is an re-introduction of Bond, but is not an origin story. After the death of 008, James Bond (007) is sent to investigate a series of terrorist attacks occurring around the globe which leads him from the mountaintops of Iceland to the rainforest of the Amazon, where he meets a former freelance assassin who plans to financially benefit from the murder of world leaders. A basic plot but I'm more about the cast with this one.

    Locations : London, UK/Tokyo, Japan/Vatnajökull, Iceland/Amazon, Brazil
  • 007portsmouth007portsmouth Portsmouth
    Posts: 3
    Denbigh wrote: »
    Both great ideas. @Herr_Stockmann, I've always thought how cool a Connery version of Casino Royale would be.

    For my part, I'm basically just going to pitch my idea for the next James Bond film, although originally I just had a cast and not really anything else - but we'll see what I can come up with.

    New Dawn
    Directed by Denis Villeneuve
    Written by John Logan
    Music by Daniel Pemberton

    Cinematography by Greig Fraser
    Editing by Stuart Baird

    Title Song: "New Dawn" by Florence Welch
    Running Time: 165 minutes

    Starring
    Callum Turner as James Bond
    Lennie James as M
    Daniel Bruhl as Lucas Miguel
    Sonoya Mizuno as Nomura
    Angela Sarafyan as Delphine
    Joel Edgerton as Felix Leiter
    Vanessa Kirby as Moneypenny
    Riz Ahmed as Q

    Synopsis: The film is an re-introduction of Bond, but is not an origin story. After the death of 008, James Bond (007) is sent to investigate a series of terrorist attacks occurring around the globe which leads him from the mountaintops of Iceland to the rainforest of the Amazon, where he meets a former freelance assassin who plans to financially benefit from the murder of world leaders. A basic plot but I'm more about the cast with this one.

    Locations : London, UK/Tokyo, Japan/Vatnajökull, Iceland/Amazon, Brazil

    dainel bruhl as a villain nice
  • Posts: 286
    After having recently reread the Michael Wilson & Alfonso Ruggiero’s treatment for Bond 17, I wanted to pitch my own take on a third Dalton Bond film, trying to keep elements from the project as it was thought at the time by Eon, while linking it to the global affairs of this period. In my mind, such installment would have gone into production in 1990, shortly before the series came to a standstill due to legal issues, allowing it nevertheless to be released in November 1991, before Gorbachev's resignation.


    Reunion with a Spy
    Directed by John Frankenheimer (The Holcroft Covenant, 1985)
    Music by David Mansfield (Year of the Dragon, 1985)
    Cinematography by Jan de Bont (Black Rain, 1989)

    Timothy Dalton as James Bond

    Polly Walker as Anastasia Stepkova
    John Lone as Colonel Han Liang-tan
    Ian Richardson as Sir Denholm Crisp
    Tamlyn Tomita as Keiko Tanaka, the head of Japanese secret service and daughter of Tiger Tanaka.
    John Rhys-Davies as General Leonid Pushkin

    Robert Brown as M
    Caroline Bliss as Miss Moneypenny
    Desmond Llewelyn as Q

    On mission in Tokyo to investigate the obtaining of British confidential documents by the local criminal underworld, Bond learns that these state secrets were sold by the once influential British diplomat Sir Denholm Crisp, believed to have defected to the East in the early 80s. Uncovered, Bond ends up on the run but an unexpected help comes from KGB agent Anastasia Stepkova.

    Despite the mutual mistrust, the two agents decide to make an alliance when they realize that they are both after Crisp, who is taking advantage of the dissolution of the USSR to sell the state secrets he accumulated for decades in England and USSR. However, they discover that the former diplomat is just a pawn in a larger plot led by renegade Chinese Colonel Han Liang-tan.

    Driven by a nostalgia for Imperial China, Colonel Han plans to overthrow the mainland Chinese regime and restore the 19th Century borders from before the unequal treaties. In addition to reclaiming Soviet territories and Hong Kong, Han would make Japan a country under Chinese influence, supported by some local crimelords to whom he promised the administration of Japan.

    Locations: Tokyo, Japan; British Hong Kong; Vladivostok, USSR.

    The title song would be performed by Annie Lennox.
  • M_BaljeM_Balje Amsterdam, Netherlands
    edited December 2020 Posts: 3,541
    I always have two versions of 007 in New York in mind with how Daniel Craig movies develop. But i think a version with new actor with basics can stil be made.

    I always liked to see the movie using element of The Spy Who Loved Me that can be used and it be two parter that contuned in The Hildebrand Rarity. Hildebrand a death chacter who been seen minimal in flashbacks. Mr S who escape at the end of 007 in New York in litle boat chase by CIA (Bond already been back in London) in front of the back of the lady (Statue of liberty from side of her right hand) after his wife Miss V kild her self and Mr S set there hotel in fire.

    Of course It always be in mind with MGM stil making movie with Sony because logo of Statue of liberty is playing inportent factor in it. The movie end after the fire who was quike followed by the litle boat chase with fade out of her back with her right hand, blue air with clouds and James Bond will return in The Hildebrand Rarity. With Bond, Felix and the audince in doubt.

    In The Hildebrand Rarity connection with Daniel Craig era Vesper, Mathis, Dench M return. When in Spectre there hint to Hildebrand i think he should have been played by Belgium actor Matthias Schoenaerts. Mabey stil like to see that.

    In second version James Bond was biggest first part not seen in the movie and 009 replaced him and take his 007 id. Based on that always play with idea for let Bond losing his number and movie start with As Ian Fleming James Bond. And later also 007 steel his car in Spectre. But plot be same exept it starts of with 009 who discover the terrible truth and later real 007 and he work together.

    Cast:

    Laurent Capelluto as Mr. S
    Susan Egan as Miss V
    Jeffrey Wright Felix Leiter

    Sean Patrick Reilly
    Leelee Sobieski

    Nadia Farès as Receptionist in 007 in New York. In later idea as Police Agent in opening of Bond 25 with Ralph Fienes as M and Q visit 'l American with tired Bond and Vesper video.

    Elena Beuca as Russian Guest
    Anne Consigny as French Guest
    Sallie Harmsen as Dutch Guest
    Thekla Reuten as Dutch Guest
    Yorick van Wageningen Dutch Guest
    Luke Bilyk as Canadian Kid Male
    Patrick Chesnais as French Guest
    Gibson Frazier American Guest
    Lara Robinson. Australian kid.
    Rose Byrne. Mother of Australian kid.
    Marc Forster as Swizz Guest

    Daniel Craig as James Bond
    Sonny Robertson As 009

    Cameron Crowe. Directer / 3th writer.

    Frank Sinatra. Performer New York New York

    Jonathan Sanger and Ronan O'Connor. Second United Directer.
    M. James Arnett. 3th United Directer
    Doug Lefler and Jeffrey Lynch. Alternate 3th united Directers.
    John Toll. Cinematographer.
    Lance Acord. Alternate Cinematographer.

    Excutive Producers:
    Martin Campbell
    Marc Forster
    Sam Mendes
  • RoadphillRoadphill United Kingdom
    edited December 2020 Posts: 950
    Diamonds Are Forever

    Directed by Peter Hunt
    Based on Richard Maibuam screenplay
    Music by John Barry

    Starring:
    George Lazenby as James Bond
    Lorraine Gary as Tiffany Case
    Telly Savalas Blofeld
    Dominic Chianese and Richard Conte as The Spang Brothers
    David Hedison as Felix Leiter
    Bernard Lee as M
    A slight cheat, perhaps, but the actual DAF film is so disappointing I felt I had to do this!

    Bond hunts Blofeld down for the murder of Tracy, and gets a tip from M regarding a Diamond smuggling operation from Las Vegas, involving The Spang Brothers and Tiffany Case.

    After finding out that a hiding Blofeld is using the Mafia and Diamonds to re-assert his power in the criminal underworld, Bond journeys to South Africa to finish off his arch nemesis once and for all...

    Location: London, Las Vegas, The Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, South Africa.

    More akin to the DAF novel, but with less Tiffany, as Bond is far less interested in romance than usual. Bond kills the Spang Brothers around the 90 minute mark, then journeys to South Africa. The final 30 minutes are essentially the 'Garden Of Death' and the death of Blofeld from YOLT, minus the castle (insert Diamond mine, or some other such hideout).

    Running time: 120 minutes.
    I shall keep the title song exactly as it was from the film, can't top Shirley Bassey.
  • Posts: 286
    Roadphill wrote: »
    More akin to the DAF novel, but with less Tiffany. Bond kills the Spang Brothers around the 90 minute mark, then journeys to South Africa. The final 30 minutes are essentially the 'Garden Of Death' and the death of Blofeld from YOLT, minus the castle (insert Diamond mine, or some other such hideout).
    That's quite an interesting take on Fleming's novel, and a clever way to link the main storyline to Bond's quest for revenge, creating as such a follow-up to OHMSS. While one might wonder why Blofeld would have built an equivalent of the Garden of Death in a mine, the concept itself is smart.

    To add Blofeld late in the story, no matter what novel as adapt as long as it serves a sequel to OHMSS and as opposed to the actual DAF movie, would have been the direction I would also have taken when thinking about a second Lazenby Bond (although I always imagined TMWTGG to be the book to draw from).
  • RoadphillRoadphill United Kingdom
    Posts: 950
    Roadphill wrote: »
    More akin to the DAF novel, but with less Tiffany. Bond kills the Spang Brothers around the 90 minute mark, then journeys to South Africa. The final 30 minutes are essentially the 'Garden Of Death' and the death of Blofeld from YOLT, minus the castle (insert Diamond mine, or some other such hideout).
    That's quite an interesting take on Fleming's novel, and a clever way to link the main storyline to Bond's quest for revenge, creating as such a follow-up to OHMSS. While one might wonder why Blofeld would have built an equivalent of the Garden of Death in a mine, the concept itself is smart.

    To add Blofeld late in the story, no matter what novel as adapt as long as it serves a sequel to OHMSS and as opposed to the actual DAF movie, would have been the direction I would also have taken when thinking about a second Lazenby Bond (although I always imagined TMWTGG to be the book to draw from).

    Thanks, that's what I was going for.

    Interestingly enough, TMWTGG is the only other Bond film apart from Diamonds in what I would class, as the 'Golden Era' of Bond (DN-TSWLM) that I would change a lot of, given the choice.
  • mtmmtm United Kingdom
    edited December 2020 Posts: 5,535
    Roadphill wrote: »
    Roadphill wrote: »
    More akin to the DAF novel, but with less Tiffany. Bond kills the Spang Brothers around the 90 minute mark, then journeys to South Africa. The final 30 minutes are essentially the 'Garden Of Death' and the death of Blofeld from YOLT, minus the castle (insert Diamond mine, or some other such hideout).
    That's quite an interesting take on Fleming's novel, and a clever way to link the main storyline to Bond's quest for revenge, creating as such a follow-up to OHMSS. While one might wonder why Blofeld would have built an equivalent of the Garden of Death in a mine, the concept itself is smart.

    To add Blofeld late in the story, no matter what novel as adapt as long as it serves a sequel to OHMSS and as opposed to the actual DAF movie, would have been the direction I would also have taken when thinking about a second Lazenby Bond (although I always imagined TMWTGG to be the book to draw from).

    Thanks, that's what I was going for.

    Interestingly enough, TMWTGG is the only other Bond film apart from Diamonds in what I would class, as the 'Golden Era' of Bond (DN-TSWLM) that I would change a lot of, given the choice.

    Yes, I think it's just so obvious to have made Scaramanga's plan an actual assassination. He's the world's greatest assassin- why isn't the film about that?! It's so weird.
    Was Day of the Jackal about the Jackal trying to build a solar energy plant? Don't think so! :)

    I really like the idea of getting Anders to draw Bond into it by pretending that Scaramanga is targetting him, but from there have it some sort of plot where Scaramanga is planning to kill the President of Russia or something, and Bond has to uncover it. Maybe he even frames Bond as the would-be assassin so Bond is forced to go on the run from everyone. Perhaps he convinces people to think Bond is actually the man with the golden gun and Scaramanga is just a character he invented (in this you could pay a bit of homage to that bit in the book where Bond tries to kill M which I know folks are keen on). Or make Scaramanga's obsession with him into a bigger game: he makes Bond duel with him with a world leader's life at stake.
  • MaxCasinoMaxCasino United States
    Posts: 1,647
    Forever and a Day-Take the time to plan it right. Have Gregg Wilson team up with Barbara Broccoli, with Michael G. Wilson in Cubby's place on GE. Update the story to present day. Have Anthony Horowitz cowrite the screenplay with someone(s) new. No Purvis and Wade! New James Bond, new screenwriters! Get a director who will be true both to the novel and the character of James Bond. Cast an unknown as James Bond, akin to Sean Connery or George Lazenby. Cast a big name actress as Madame Sixtine, I was thinking Gal Gadot. Take Diana Rigg in OHMSS as an example. No Scarlett Johansson or Jennifer Lawrence! Keep Ralph Fiennes as M, recast Moneypenny and Tanner. Hold of on Q, as he isn't in Horowitz's text. Take CR as an example. I think it would be time to bring in May (Bond's housekeeper) for the series, I was thinking Felicity Jones. As for the 007 that is killed in the beginning, I'd have it be Alec Trevelyan. His abandonment and stealing of his 00 number would help setup future stories. The casting can be used for long term planning. Keep it fresh, with ensemble casts of reoccurring characters is my goal (due to my acting background and James Bond fanboyness).
  • edited December 2020 Posts: 4,245
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    Name: Once Upon A Spy
    Director: Josh and Benny Safdie
    Cinematography: Matthew Libatique
    Music: Oneohtrix Point Never
    Title Song: Lana Del Rey
    Running Time: 150 minutes

    Plot: A new James Bond origin-story where we see him become 007 in the final scene. Here, James Bond is depicted as a wayward special-forces operative who is tasked by British Intelligence to find a notorious killer. The man being hunted has killed the head of Bond's SAS outfit after a failed rescue mission in Sierra Leone (this would be the pre-title sequence). Later, Bond is implicated in the murder and has to clear his name, find the culprit and avert the end of the world.

    Locations: Sierra Leone, France, Japan, London

    Bond: Robert Pattinson

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    Villain: Mahershala Ali

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    Female Lead: Shiori Kutsuna

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    Henchwoman: Eiza González

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    M: Tilda Swinton
    Q: Ben Whishaw (Reboot the character as they did with Judi Dench in CR but keep the actor)
    Corrupt Whitehall Official: Rachel Weisz
  • Posts: 286
    It's interesting to see that both of you, @MaxCasino and @Pierce2Daniel, pitched to reboot the series with a new origin story. Although I don't think it would be necessary for Eon to do so, it's quite refreshing to read two such different takes based on a same basis.

    From a narrative point of view, I must say I'm more tempted by a rewrite of what Horowitz proposed (Bond being tasked with completing his late predecessor's mission, meets a femme fatale who teaches him how to become the spy we all know), while changing the locations and most of the investigation. If Gadot isn't a bad choice at all for the role of Sistine, I have to admit that I find it hard to see how she would be any closer to Diana Rigg than Scarlett Johansson as suggested.

    Regarding you own ideas @Pierce2Daniel , except for the plot itself, that over-convolutes Bond's promotion to 00 agent status, and the choice of Tilda Swinton as M, it's a quite sensational pitch. The Safdies would do wonders with locations like Sierra Leone and nighttime Japan, and this simple prospect is more seductive to me than any story. To see a female M again could be great and would definitely be something that I would be open to. And if I doubt that Eon would choose Pattinson anytime soon, he would still be a good choice, and one that would be well supported here given the quality of the rest of the cast. Also, using Peter Morgan's title is very pertinent for a Bond's origin story.
  • mtmmtm United Kingdom
    Posts: 5,535
    I liked Sixtine but she seemed to have a bit too much impact on Bond: he got everything from his choice of cigarettes to the way he prefers his Martinis from her, with the strange result of the male character’s agency being removed for a change!
    If they had to do an origin story again it might be fun to show a circumstance where M decides to form the double Os in the first place.
  • M_BaljeM_Balje Amsterdam, Netherlands
    edited December 2020 Posts: 3,541
    Operation Ruthless / Operation Ruthless: Save Our Souls

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    Story is already used by Bruce Feirstein for element in Tomorrow Never Dies. Save Our Souls i think about as subtitle with movie be prequel of Spectre. Playing between Skyfall and Spectre. Together all movies are: S.O.S from first letters of all three movies. What means help and Save Our Souls. Operation Ruthless title i like to be used as alternate title of The World Is Not Enough who can't be used any more.

    Later i thinking more to use Operation Ruthless Part 1 and Operation Ruthless Part 2 as work titles for Property Of Lady and The Hildebrand Rarity. As Bond 25 and Bond 26. Released on 4 May 2018 (4 -5!) and December 2019. MGM making the movie with Sony and Universal. Return of Dominic Greene (Quantum),Camile, Oberhauser/Blofeld (Spectre) and Felix (Return from Quantum Of Solace). Daniel Craig will return Twice.

    Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson presents Daniel Craig as James Bond in ....

    Motto quote of the movie:

    Directer is rated and those movie R.
    Words Are Peoples Best Friend
    Think On Your Sins (Returns from Skyfall)
    Daniel Craig Will Return Twice
    Daniel Craig ONLY returns TWICE.

    Quotes heard in the movie:

    It's been a long time, and finaly here we are (qoute from Waltz chacter in Spectre) again!.
    Are you expect me to die, no Mr Bond i expect you to talk. (Twist on qoute from Goldfinger)

    Directer: John Madden (Consider)
    Screenplay: Neal Pervis & Robert Wade and Steven Knight. In Memory of the authors of all you pain. Titles based on short stories of Ian Fleming. Excutive Producers: Marc Forster and Sam Mendes. Co-Produced by Daniel Craig.

    Music: Craig Armstrong


    Title song: Britney Spears - Criminal.

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    Cinematographer: Hoyte van Hoytema (Return from Spectre)
    Production Designer: Dennis Gassner (Return from Spectre)
    Editor: Lee Smith (Return from Spectre)
    Maintitle: Daniel Kleinman

    Cast Flashbacks:
    Jesper Christensen
    Eva Green (include not used beach scene's from CR)

    Cast:
    Daniel Craig
    Monica Bellucci
    Christoph Waltz
    Léa Seydoux
    Olga Kurylenko
    Tobias Menzies
    Helen McCrory
    Mathieu Amalric
    Jeffrey Wright
    Ralph Fiennes
    Rory Kinnear
    Naomi Harris
    Ben Wishaw

    New:

    Sarah Gadon as Bondgirl that don't speak.
    Nadia Farès as Maroc Police Agent at L'American.
    Nicola Walker as Dominic Greene Double
    Matthias Schoenaerts as Hildebrand

    Mabey also returns: Paul Ritter

    It contuned the lack of story that Casino Royale start off. Bond meets Madeline her mother. It turn out that we / Bond already meet her once in Skyfall.

    Mi6 need new place and (To qoute Goldeneye): When the world is the target.. all help there need from CIA to beat Spectre and Quantum! and Save Our Souls (Solace).

    After MGM logo, the Universal logo in to the gunbarrel Bond 25 The Property Of Lady starts of with Q be at L'American with M and Police agent and ill James Bond, a lot of mess and Vesper video. The hide place of Monica Bellucci chacter from Spectre wil be discoverd and she wil be taken before the words: To be contuned in The Hildebrand Rarity.

    Bond 26 wil start with MGM logo, the Universal logo but then that logo changed in something that is driving and dots moving search and then it shoots you. You discover it is not barrel of gun. Mabey first Bond movie since Dr No without pretitle. Mabey no title song or Adele.

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  • CommanderRossCommanderRoss The bottom of a pitch lake in Eastern Trinidad, place called La Brea
    Posts: 6,804
    Interesting thoughts here, nice thread!
    I loved the CR redo with the UN-people beeing extorted.


    Title: One Last Ball

    Director: Marc Forster

    Screenwriter: Patty Jenkins

    James Bond: Daniel Craig
    Main B-Girl: Gal Gadot
    the standing usual cast

    Synopsis:
    In several British embassies officials are beeing killed. In one of those cases Bond is close by, but fails to intervene as the Ambassador to the UN is shot by an unknown. (pre-title).

    With the help of the NY police/FBI the purpetrator of the attack is found, but he commits a suicide attack on the British embassy in Canada before they can catch him. His history brings Bond to a clinic in the hymalaya's, where rich people have been treated for mental problems. After finding out the names of the 'patients' they are beeing rounded up from all over the world. It seems like the series of attacks have stopped but Bond doesn't trust it and confronts Blofeld (still in jail). He only smiles and tells Bond that this is just One Last Ball.
    Bond realises that the Queen is in danger as her jubilee Ball is that evening.
  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Spycopath
    Posts: 39,457
    M_Balje wrote: »
    Operation Ruthless / Operation Ruthless: Save Our Souls

    Operation-Ruthless.jpg

    Story is already used by Bruce Feirstein for element in Tomorrow Never Dies. Save Our Souls i think about as subtitle with movie be prequel of Spectre. Playing between Skyfall and Spectre. Together all movies are: S.O.S from first letters of all three movies. What means help and Save Our Souls. Operation Ruthless title i like to be used as alternate title of The World Is Not Enough who can't be used any more.

    Later i thinking more to use Operation Ruthless Part 1 and Operation Ruthless Part 2 as work titles for Property Of Lady and The Hildebrand Rarity. As Bond 25 and Bond 26. Released on 4 May 2018 (4 -5!) and December 2019. MGM making the movie with Sony and Universal. Return of Dominic Greene (Quantum),Camile, Oberhauser/Blofeld (Spectre) and Felix (Return from Quantum Of Solace). Daniel Craig will return Twice.

    Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson presents Daniel Craig as James Bond in ....

    Motto quote of the movie:

    Directer is rated and those movie R.
    Words Are Peoples Best Friend
    Think On Your Sins (Returns from Skyfall)
    Daniel Craig Will Return Twice
    Daniel Craig ONLY returns TWICE.

    Quotes heard in the movie:

    It's been a long time, and finaly here we are (qoute from Waltz chacter in Spectre) again!.
    Are you expect me to die, no Mr Bond i expect you to talk. (Twist on qoute from Goldfinger)

    Directer: John Madden (Consider)
    Screenplay: Neal Pervis & Robert Wade and Steven Knight. In Memory of the authors of all you pain. Titles based on short stories of Ian Fleming. Excutive Producers: Marc Forster and Sam Mendes. Co-Produced by Daniel Craig.

    Music: Craig Armstrong


    Title song: Britney Spears - Criminal.

    304140_M-0124__B23_10455_CROP_.jpg

    Cinematographer: Hoyte van Hoytema (Return from Spectre)
    Production Designer: Dennis Gassner (Return from Spectre)
    Editor: Lee Smith (Return from Spectre)
    Maintitle: Daniel Kleinman

    Cast Flashbacks:
    Jesper Christensen
    Eva Green (include not used beach scene's from CR)

    Cast:
    Daniel Craig
    Monica Bellucci
    Christoph Waltz
    Léa Seydoux
    Olga Kurylenko
    Tobias Menzies
    Helen McCrory
    Mathieu Amalric
    Jeffrey Wright
    Ralph Fiennes
    Rory Kinnear
    Naomi Harris
    Ben Wishaw

    New:

    Sarah Gadon as Bondgirl that don't speak.
    Nadia Farès as Maroc Police Agent at L'American.
    Nicola Walker as Dominic Greene Double
    Matthias Schoenaerts as Hildebrand

    Mabey also returns: Paul Ritter

    It contuned the lack of story that Casino Royale start off. Bond meets Madeline her mother. It turn out that we / Bond already meet her once in Skyfall.

    Mi6 need new place and (To qoute Goldeneye): When the world is the target.. all help there need from CIA to beat Spectre and Quantum! and Save Our Souls (Solace).

    After MGM logo, the Universal logo in to the gunbarrel Bond 25 The Property Of Lady starts of with Q be at L'American with M and Police agent and ill James Bond, a lot of mess and Vesper video. The hide place of Monica Bellucci chacter from Spectre wil be discoverd and she wil be taken before the words: To be contuned in The Hildebrand Rarity.

    Bond 26 wil start with MGM logo, the Universal logo but then that logo changed in something that is driving and dots moving search and then it shoots you. You discover it is not barrel of gun. Mabey first Bond movie since Dr No without pretitle. Mabey no title song or Adele.

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    Also great.
  • RoadphillRoadphill United Kingdom
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    mtm wrote: »
    Roadphill wrote: »
    Roadphill wrote: »
    More akin to the DAF novel, but with less Tiffany. Bond kills the Spang Brothers around the 90 minute mark, then journeys to South Africa. The final 30 minutes are essentially the 'Garden Of Death' and the death of Blofeld from YOLT, minus the castle (insert Diamond mine, or some other such hideout).
    That's quite an interesting take on Fleming's novel, and a clever way to link the main storyline to Bond's quest for revenge, creating as such a follow-up to OHMSS. While one might wonder why Blofeld would have built an equivalent of the Garden of Death in a mine, the concept itself is smart.

    To add Blofeld late in the story, no matter what novel as adapt as long as it serves a sequel to OHMSS and as opposed to the actual DAF movie, would have been the direction I would also have taken when thinking about a second Lazenby Bond (although I always imagined TMWTGG to be the book to draw from).

    Thanks, that's what I was going for.

    Interestingly enough, TMWTGG is the only other Bond film apart from Diamonds in what I would class, as the 'Golden Era' of Bond (DN-TSWLM) that I would change a lot of, given the choice.

    Yes, I think it's just so obvious to have made Scaramanga's plan an actual assassination. He's the world's greatest assassin- why isn't the film about that?! It's so weird.
    Was Day of the Jackal about the Jackal trying to build a solar energy plant? Don't think so! :)

    I really like the idea of getting Anders to draw Bond into it by pretending that Scaramanga is targetting him, but from there have it some sort of plot where Scaramanga is planning to kill the President of Russia or something, and Bond has to uncover it. Maybe he even frames Bond as the would-be assassin so Bond is forced to go on the run from everyone. Perhaps he convinces people to think Bond is actually the man with the golden gun and Scaramanga is just a character he invented (in this you could pay a bit of homage to that bit in the book where Bond tries to kill M which I know folks are keen on). Or make Scaramanga's obsession with him into a bigger game: he makes Bond duel with him with a world leader's life at stake.

    This would have been far better than any of the nonsense of the Solex Agitator
  • mtmmtm United Kingdom
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    The Solex stuff is so strange, it almost feels like it's just there so that Scaramanga could have a big underground set, because that's what Bond villains have.

    It just about starts to make sense when you see he's built a giant gun with it: if they'd at least had him planning to actually shoot something with it that might have been a decent plot for a film called The Man With The Golden Gun! :)
  • RoadphillRoadphill United Kingdom
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    mtm wrote: »
    The Solex stuff is so strange, it almost feels like it's just there so that Scaramanga could have a big underground set, because that's what Bond villains have.

    It just about starts to make sense when you see he's built a giant gun with it: if they'd at least had him planning to actually shoot something with it that might have been a decent plot for a film called The Man With The Golden Gun! :)

    Indeed. Incidentally, is there a thread where us Bond fans attempt to improve on the lesser Bond films with our own ideas? I'm sure I have seen one before (I may have even posted on it) but for the life of me I can't remember.
  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Spycopath
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    Roadphill wrote: »
    mtm wrote: »
    The Solex stuff is so strange, it almost feels like it's just there so that Scaramanga could have a big underground set, because that's what Bond villains have.

    It just about starts to make sense when you see he's built a giant gun with it: if they'd at least had him planning to actually shoot something with it that might have been a decent plot for a film called The Man With The Golden Gun! :)

    Indeed. Incidentally, is there a thread where us Bond fans attempt to improve on the lesser Bond films with our own ideas? I'm sure I have seen one before (I may have even posted on it) but for the life of me I can't remember.

    https://www.mi6community.com/discussion/18129/007-what-would-you-have-done-differently/p1
  • RoadphillRoadphill United Kingdom
    Posts: 950
    Roadphill wrote: »
    mtm wrote: »
    The Solex stuff is so strange, it almost feels like it's just there so that Scaramanga could have a big underground set, because that's what Bond villains have.

    It just about starts to make sense when you see he's built a giant gun with it: if they'd at least had him planning to actually shoot something with it that might have been a decent plot for a film called The Man With The Golden Gun! :)

    Indeed. Incidentally, is there a thread where us Bond fans attempt to improve on the lesser Bond films with our own ideas? I'm sure I have seen one before (I may have even posted on it) but for the life of me I can't remember.

    https://www.mi6community.com/discussion/18129/007-what-would-you-have-done-differently/p1

    Thanks!
  • MajorDSmytheMajorDSmythe Still waiting for the Jena Malone Batwoman movie that's never going to be made.Moderator
    edited January 2 Posts: 11,702
    Semper Occultus (2018)

    Director: Gareth Evans

    Cast:
    Scott Adkins ..... James Bond
    Maria Valverde ..... Alyssa Margolis
    Isabelle Huppert ..... Irma Bunt
    Sarah Gadon ..... Dr Emmanuelle Morin
    Ray Winstone ..... Ronnie Vallance
    Robert Glennister ..... Richard Harmsway
    Jeeja Yanin ..... Yansa
    Nathaniel Parker ..... Sir Frederick Gray
    Emily Watson ..... M
    Michelle Ryan ..... Miss Moneypenny
    Bill Nighy .... Q
    Chad Michael Collins ..... Felix Leiter

    Title Track by: Caro Emerald
    Music by: Lorne Balfe

    Runtime: 135 mins

    Synopsis: No idea, i'm not good at plots, so I focus more on the cast. But Semper Occultus would be the debut of Scott Adkins as Bond, and feature a modernised SPECTRE. The events of OHMSS and YOLT, happened 10 years earlier for this incarnation of Bond. Blofeld died at the hands of Bond, in Japan, but Irma Bunt was believed to have perished in the explosion that destroyed the castle. 10 years on, a new SPECTRE rises from the ashes of old, with Irma Bunt in charge.

    Soundtrack:
    1.Gunbarrel
    2. A Little R&R
    3. Main Titles
    4. Death Of An Agent
    5. MI6
    6. First Strike
    7. A SPECTRE Revealed
    8. Charging Hands
    9. Meeting The Dr.
    10. A Force Of Nature
    11. Chasing Shadows
    12. Hotel Escape & Aston Chase
    13. Spiked Martini
    14. The Pit And The Pendulum
    15. Running The Gauntlet
    16. A Cousin In Need
    17. The Phoenix Falls
    18. A New Day
    19. End Credits / James Bond theme
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