No Time to Die production thread (MINOR SPOILERS ALLOWED)

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  • StarkStark France
    Posts: 141
    Univex wrote: »
    Wow, that was really very good. Well done, EON. That last shot of Dan throwing the ppk away, from SP, with the music playing, was spot on. MGW's voice sounds so frail, though. That really hit me hard. And all the new footage did more for me than the two new trailers combined. A bit of Zimmer's there, also. Well done, EON.

    And thank you so much, @Red_Snow.

    The music in Matera is from Skyfall and not from Zimmer, right ?
  • phantomvicesphantomvices Mother Base
    edited September 7 Posts: 469
    from the Paloma and Nomi trailer, I wonder what this place is? Haven't seen it before, not to mention how Bond has Valdo in his arms and Paloma appears to be slightly injured...

    Nomi does zipline Valdo away, however, we know that shortlly after, Valdo slips out from her grip and falls from the balcony. Is this where Bond recaptures him?

    We haven't seen much about how Bond gets from the Cuba party to the boat, so could this be our first look into what goes on? Seeing they kept it out of our grasp for so long, there's likely a pretty big spoiler somewhere at this point...

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    Unless there’s something about Paloma we’re not seeing, which is seeming unlikely, this is looking more and more likely to be the first monogamous Bond. Only way it isn’t at this point is if he and Nomi had a moment, or if there’s a random girl like the one in SF briefly.
  • DenbighDenbigh UK
    Posts: 4,632
    FoxRox wrote: »
    Unless there’s something about Paloma we’re not seeing, which is seeming unlikely, this is looking more and more likely to be the first monogamous Bond. Only way it isn’t at this point is if he and Nomi had a moment, or if there’s a random girl like the one in SF briefly.
    I'm kinda glad that's the case, especially with Paloma, as after their almost paternal relationship in Knives Out, it'd be kind of odd to have them then be getting it on in a different film.
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    Denbigh wrote: »
    FoxRox wrote: »
    Unless there’s something about Paloma we’re not seeing, which is seeming unlikely, this is looking more and more likely to be the first monogamous Bond. Only way it isn’t at this point is if he and Nomi had a moment, or if there’s a random girl like the one in SF briefly.
    I'm kinda glad that's the case, especially with Paloma, as after their almost paternal relationship in Knives Out, it'd be kind of odd to have them then be getting it on in a different film.
    I don’t know how to feel about it. Paloma definitely feels like a classic Bond girl right down to sexual appeal, and having Bond be a one-woman man start to finish in a film would feel a bit off to me, though of course could be used to emphasize his being in love with Madeleine. I hope it’s not something that will be a trend after this in any case.
  • edited September 7 Posts: 329
    FoxRox wrote: »
    Denbigh wrote: »
    FoxRox wrote: »
    Unless there’s something about Paloma we’re not seeing, which is seeming unlikely, this is looking more and more likely to be the first monogamous Bond. Only way it isn’t at this point is if he and Nomi had a moment, or if there’s a random girl like the one in SF briefly.
    I'm kinda glad that's the case, especially with Paloma, as after their almost paternal relationship in Knives Out, it'd be kind of odd to have them then be getting it on in a different film.
    I don’t know how to feel about it. Paloma definitely feels like a classic Bond girl right down to sexual appeal, and having Bond be a one-woman man start to finish in a film would feel a bit off to me, though of course could be used to emphasize his being in love with Madeleine. I hope it’s not something that will be a trend after this in any case.
    Yeah I think Paloma being such a classic Bond Girl type is that reason exactly — to make a point that this incarnation of the character has something different about him; a point about the story they are telling within this film.
  • phantomvicesphantomvices Mother Base
    Posts: 469
    BMB007 wrote: »
    FoxRox wrote: »
    Denbigh wrote: »
    FoxRox wrote: »
    Unless there’s something about Paloma we’re not seeing, which is seeming unlikely, this is looking more and more likely to be the first monogamous Bond. Only way it isn’t at this point is if he and Nomi had a moment, or if there’s a random girl like the one in SF briefly.
    I'm kinda glad that's the case, especially with Paloma, as after their almost paternal relationship in Knives Out, it'd be kind of odd to have them then be getting it on in a different film.
    I don’t know how to feel about it. Paloma definitely feels like a classic Bond girl right down to sexual appeal, and having Bond be a one-woman man start to finish in a film would feel a bit off to me, though of course could be used to emphasize his being in love with Madeleine. I hope it’s not something that will be a trend after this in any case.
    Yeah I think Paloma being such a classic Bond Girl type is that reason exactly — to make a point that this incarnation of the character has something different about him; a point about the story they are telling within this film.

    I do hope we get some more well-integrated classic Bond elements. The Craig trend of subverting expectations is getting really stale at this point,
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    BMB007 wrote: »
    FoxRox wrote: »
    Denbigh wrote: »
    FoxRox wrote: »
    Unless there’s something about Paloma we’re not seeing, which is seeming unlikely, this is looking more and more likely to be the first monogamous Bond. Only way it isn’t at this point is if he and Nomi had a moment, or if there’s a random girl like the one in SF briefly.
    I'm kinda glad that's the case, especially with Paloma, as after their almost paternal relationship in Knives Out, it'd be kind of odd to have them then be getting it on in a different film.
    I don’t know how to feel about it. Paloma definitely feels like a classic Bond girl right down to sexual appeal, and having Bond be a one-woman man start to finish in a film would feel a bit off to me, though of course could be used to emphasize his being in love with Madeleine. I hope it’s not something that will be a trend after this in any case.
    Yeah I think Paloma being such a classic Bond Girl type is that reason exactly — to make a point that this incarnation of the character has something different about him; a point about the story they are telling within this film.

    I do hope we get some more well-integrated classic Bond elements. The Craig trend of subverting expectations is getting really stale at this point,

    I agree. Ironically, the subversion becomes the predictable.
  • silva13silva13 Australia
    Posts: 198
    I just watched the "being james bond" documentary and I loved it! I thought it was gonna be alot of the same old stuff mashed together but it gave such a candid, honest, and emotionally raw take on the physical and mental toll on Craig and how dedicated he really is to the role. Hearing from Barbara and Micheal was bloody brilliant too! 10/10 it made me proud to be a bond fan and a Craig fan! His gonna be so missed when his gone but his also the greatest lesson in not judging the next actor until we see the material that his made.
    I shed a few years throughout the doco. Bring on No Time To die, the epic conclusion that this man deserves!
  • TripAcesTripAces Universal Exports
    Posts: 4,283
    silva13 wrote: »
    I just watched the "being james bond" documentary and I loved it! I thought it was gonna be alot of the same old stuff mashed together but it gave such a candid, honest, and emotionally raw take on the physical and mental toll on Craig and how dedicated he really is to the role. Hearing from Barbara and Micheal was bloody brilliant too! 10/10 it made me proud to be a bond fan and a Craig fan! His gonna be so missed when his gone but his also the greatest lesson in not judging the next actor until we see the material that his made.
    I shed a few years throughout the doco. Bring on No Time To die, the epic conclusion that this man deserves!

    I can't wait.

    For the record, I don't think DC will be gone completely. I would not be shocked if he continues as an Exec Producer for many years to come.
  • silva13silva13 Australia
    Posts: 198
    TripAces wrote: »
    silva13 wrote: »
    I just watched the "being james bond" documentary and I loved it! I thought it was gonna be alot of the same old stuff mashed together but it gave such a candid, honest, and emotionally raw take on the physical and mental toll on Craig and how dedicated he really is to the role. Hearing from Barbara and Micheal was bloody brilliant too! 10/10 it made me proud to be a bond fan and a Craig fan! His gonna be so missed when his gone but his also the greatest lesson in not judging the next actor until we see the material that his made.
    I shed a few years throughout the doco. Bring on No Time To die, the epic conclusion that this man deserves!

    I can't wait.

    For the record, I don't think DC will be gone completely. I would not be shocked if he continues as an Exec Producer for many years to come.

    I really hope he does stay on! He understands the character. I love that he fought respectively for the shower scene to be fully clothed also.
  • phantomvicesphantomvices Mother Base
    Posts: 469
    Station_Z wrote: »
    Or at least you German connoisseurs could translate Paloma's part? Thanks

    Paloma: «Sometimes a mission requires team work.»
    Bond: «Two vodka martinis. Shaken, not stirred.»
    Bond: «This was terrific.»
    Paloma: «Next time stay longer.»

    Can we get a translation of Nomi's part as well? The shown footage is the same though we still don't know what she says to the camera at the start.
  • Posts: 329
    TripAces wrote: »
    silva13 wrote: »
    I just watched the "being james bond" documentary and I loved it! I thought it was gonna be alot of the same old stuff mashed together but it gave such a candid, honest, and emotionally raw take on the physical and mental toll on Craig and how dedicated he really is to the role. Hearing from Barbara and Micheal was bloody brilliant too! 10/10 it made me proud to be a bond fan and a Craig fan! His gonna be so missed when his gone but his also the greatest lesson in not judging the next actor until we see the material that his made.
    I shed a few years throughout the doco. Bring on No Time To die, the epic conclusion that this man deserves!

    I can't wait.

    For the record, I don't think DC will be gone completely. I would not be shocked if he continues as an Exec Producer for many years to come.

    It would be cool if he was involved in the casting for the next actor.
  • DCisaredDCisared Liverpool
    Posts: 1,302
    Out of respect for the next actor there's no way Craig will be involved in any way, shape or form, after he himself has left the role.
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    Is there subtitles aviable in Being James Bond on the Itune thing (like in english, french ?)
  • DCisared wrote: »
    Out of respect for the next actor there's no way Craig will be involved in any way, shape or form, after he himself has left the role.

    Agreed, that would just be weird. I also suspect the next iteration of the character will be very different in tone from Craig's.
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    Is there subtitles aviable in Being James Bond on the Itune thing (like in english, french ?)

    There should be, yes, if accessing it from France for instance.
  • matt_umatt_u better known as Mr. Roark
    edited September 7 Posts: 3,494
    Still not available. The app says "Coming next Monday". Are you guys able to see it in UK or other EU countries?

    Anyway yeah, both the Paloma spot and the documentary spoiled Paloma's last scene in the film.
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    antovolk wrote: »
    Is there subtitles aviable in Being James Bond on the Itune thing (like in english, french ?)

    There should be, yes, if accessing it from France for instance.

    Nice to know. I fact I will waiting it's appears elsewhere, hoping it will in the next hours (dont want to install itune on my pc or create Apple account)...
  • matt_umatt_u better known as Mr. Roark
    Posts: 3,494
    I hope the documentary features Craig’s screen test for CR! Any confirmation?
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    matt_u wrote: »
    I hope the documentary features Craig’s screen test for CR! Any confirmation?

    It features some of it, but not much.
  • matt_umatt_u better known as Mr. Roark
    Posts: 3,494
    TheBondFan wrote: »
    matt_u wrote: »
    I hope the documentary features Craig’s screen test for CR! Any confirmation?

    It features some of it, but not much.

    Thanks. At least is something.
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    Just seen the documentary. I could not recommend it highly enough for every Bond / Craig fan! What a gorgeous job they did summing things up and adding on to the hype for NTTD at the same time. Just seeing all that horrible hatred towards Daniel and you know, he and the crew using that as fuel and throwing it back at all of them with the masterpiece that is CR, just amazing. Actors like Daniel are people with feelings too; the kinds of things said were hurtful and the film hadn’t even come out yet.

    I loved learning a few new tidbits and just seeing Michael, Barbara, and Daniel talking about it. Michael wasn’t so enthused about QOS, but I was happy to see Barbara and Daniel say a couple nice things about it at least as I find it an underappreciated gem.

    The documentary was very emotional and compact. It’s emotional for me particularly because of what Daniel’s Bond means to me. He was the Bond through all the years of my youth and today, so this culmination is a big deal. He made the role his own and owned it big time. I thank the producers for their belief in him, Daniel for his shared talent, and everyone who helped make this all happen. His tenure is special :)
  • matt_umatt_u better known as Mr. Roark
    Posts: 3,494
    Daniel is “my” Bond too. I was 16 when CR came out. I already loved the JB films before him but his tenure made me a real fan of the character. It’s gonna be hard after NTTD and I’ll miss him so much in the role.
  • silva13silva13 Australia
    Posts: 198
    FoxRox wrote: »
    Just seen the documentary. I could not recommend it highly enough for every Bond / Craig fan! What a gorgeous job they did summing things up and adding on to the hype for NTTD at the same time. Just seeing all that horrible hatred towards Daniel and you know, he and the crew using that as fuel and throwing it back at all of them with the masterpiece that is CR, just amazing. Actors like Daniel are people with feelings too; the kinds of things said were hurtful and the film hadn’t even come out yet.

    I loved learning a few new tidbits and just seeing Michael, Barbara, and Daniel talking about it. Michael wasn’t so enthused about QOS, but I was happy to see Barbara and Daniel say a couple nice things about it at least as I find it an underappreciated gem.

    The documentary was very emotional and compact. It’s emotional for me particularly because of what Daniel’s Bond means to me. He was the Bond through all the years of my youth and today, so this culmination is a big deal. He made the role his own and owned it big time. I thank the producers for their belief in him, Daniel for his shared talent, and everyone who helped make this all happen. His tenure is special :)

    Couldn't have said it better!
  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
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    Can anyone post the direct link to apple/Bond docu?!

  • mtmmtm United Kingdom
    Posts: 8,404
    matt_u wrote: »
    I hope the documentary features Craig’s screen test for CR! Any confirmation?

    Curiously from what I’ve seen, it’s behind-the-scenes footage of it (presumably from some expansive making of CR we never got) rather than the actual screen test itself. I guess it’s from Special Treats’ archive (they made this and have made 007 making ofs for years).
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    Contraband wrote: »
    Can anyone post the direct link to apple/Bond docu?!

    Second the question. Sorry but I haven't an apple device nor an account on it, so it's a little difficult to watch it
  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
    edited September 7 Posts: 2,941
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  • phantomvicesphantomvices Mother Base
    Posts: 469
    FoxRox wrote: »
    Just seen the documentary. I could not recommend it highly enough for every Bond / Craig fan! What a gorgeous job they did summing things up and adding on to the hype for NTTD at the same time. Just seeing all that horrible hatred towards Daniel and you know, he and the crew using that as fuel and throwing it back at all of them with the masterpiece that is CR, just amazing. Actors like Daniel are people with feelings too; the kinds of things said were hurtful and the film hadn’t even come out yet.

    I loved learning a few new tidbits and just seeing Michael, Barbara, and Daniel talking about it. Michael wasn’t so enthused about QOS, but I was happy to see Barbara and Daniel say a couple nice things about it at least as I find it an underappreciated gem.

    The documentary was very emotional and compact. It’s emotional for me particularly because of what Daniel’s Bond means to me. He was the Bond through all the years of my youth and today, so this culmination is a big deal. He made the role his own and owned it big time. I thank the producers for their belief in him, Daniel for his shared talent, and everyone who helped make this all happen. His tenure is special :)

    Any new tidbits directly related to NTTD?
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