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  • QBranchQBranch Always have an escape plan. Mine is watching James Bond films.
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    Contraband wrote: »
    @QBranch and @DonnyDB5

    DM me both of you
    DMd
  • edited September 2021 Posts: 821
    The amateurs were so good back at the time that I'm a little disapointed with the absence of a large shoot where you see all in the same shoot :



    Seems to me the lost the "grandiose" side of it.

  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
    edited September 2021 Posts: 3,017
    Actually a decent article. Interview with location manager Charlie Hayes and production designer Mark Tildesley, talking about the sets and locations plus two new photos of Ms office and Bond's jamaian villa

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-10012537/See-spectacular-set-No-Time-Die.html

  • phantomvicesphantomvices Mother Base
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    Contraband wrote: »
    Can anyone save that clip?

    I've got the clip, one rough cut in 1080p, one edited but 720p
  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
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    Contraband wrote: »
    Can anyone save that clip?

    I've got the clip, one rough cut in 1080p, one edited but 720p

    Let's DM
  • Contraband wrote: »
    Awesome clip in that article!

    Check your DM

    Can you send me the clip too, please?
  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
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    Jimjambond wrote: »
    Contraband wrote: »
    Awesome clip in that article!

    Check your DM

    Can you send me the clip too, please?

  • edited September 2021 Posts: 328
    Thanks!

    And on that note, I'm not watching anymore released clips. This film is going to be incredible and hold hands with Casino Royale. I can feel it. Come on, Thursday!
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    Not watched it yep but the begining of Malek one is new.
  • 00Heaven00Heaven Home
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    I honestly can't believe we're almost there to this being released.
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    00Heaven wrote: »
    I honestly can't believe we're almost there to this being released.

    Part of me still cannot accept it haha.
  • Will be shedding a tear at DCs last scene
  • Jordo007Jordo007 Merseyside
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    The lead up to a new Bond film is the best. With it being Daniel's final film, it's even more special this time round. It's almost surreal seeing the cast out promoting it
  • Youtube version :
  • cwl007cwl007 England
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    Because of all the press stiff I watched and listened to yesterday I ended up have a dream about NTTD last night and woke up with these thoughts and predictions;
    - Nomi IS 007 when Bond meets her, definitely. The "you're a double 0?" line that Bond says to her is a trailer edit/trailer only line. Nomi's response of "the world's moved on" is a bit empty otherwise. The real world has had women in jobs of that type for a long time and so has been the case in Bond's world. Bond has met Anya, Goodhead, Pam, Wai Lin, Jinx, Camille, Frost previously so probably hasn't been shocked by a "a woman" since MR. No, I think In the film proper Bond says "you're 007" and the response of "world's moved on" means you've been replaced Bond.
    Lashana's strange answer to Graham Norton last night only convinces me further. She gave this odd "I like to know what other people think" question steer. Why would any other 00 designation matter one bit to anyone if it was revealed?
    - One thing I've wondered for a long time is how does Bond get his 007 back without the controversy of a 'progressive' decision being undone when the man reappears! Well, I do really think Bond either dies or is left ambiguous to all, possibly including the audience. Nomi then GIVES it back to him willingly as a posthumous tribute.
    - Which leads me to my main dream. This has spin off written all over it. We know EON have toyed with this idea for years to no avail. If Nomi works as a character then we'll have a 00whatever companion film. I'm convinced of it. I'm just really hoping they are not silly enough to have that 'whatever' as 7 going forward!

  • ContrabandContraband Sweden
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  • matt_umatt_u better known as Mr. Roark
    edited September 2021 Posts: 4,264
    The three clips are lovely. I love Malek’s slightly over the top acting. He reminds me of a villain straight from the 60s.
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    cwl007 wrote: »
    - Nomi IS 007 when Bond meets her, definitely. The "you're a double 0?" line that Bond says to her is a trailer edit/trailer only line. Nomi's response of "the world's moved on" is a bit empty otherwise. The real world has had women in jobs of that type for a long time and so has been the case in Bond's world. Bond has met Anya, Goodhead, Pam, Wai Lin, Jinx, Camille, Frost previously so probably hasn't been shocked by a "a woman" since MR. No, I think In the film proper Bond says "you're 007" and the response of "world's moved on" means you've been replaced Bond.
    I'm not saying you're wrong, but it could also be a subtle reference to the #MeToo world that Bond now inhabits and a dig at his unwelcome physical advances and sexual innuendos. Just a thought.
  • cwl007cwl007 England
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    bondsum wrote: »
    cwl007 wrote: »
    - Nomi IS 007 when Bond meets her, definitely. The "you're a double 0?" line that Bond says to her is a trailer edit/trailer only line. Nomi's response of "the world's moved on" is a bit empty otherwise. The real world has had women in jobs of that type for a long time and so has been the case in Bond's world. Bond has met Anya, Goodhead, Pam, Wai Lin, Jinx, Camille, Frost previously so probably hasn't been shocked by a "a woman" since MR. No, I think In the film proper Bond says "you're 007" and the response of "world's moved on" means you've been replaced Bond.
    I'm not saying you're wrong, but it could also be a subtle reference to the #MeToo world that Bond now inhabits and a dig at his unwelcome physical advances and sexual innuendos. Just a thought.

    Yes, very well could be, that's a good point.👍
  • jake24jake24 Sitting at your desk, kissing your lover, eating supper with your familyModerator
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    Haven’t seen this one yet..


  • mtmmtm United Kingdom
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    Will be shedding a tear at DCs last scene

    When he lies down on the floor of the TARDIS and regenerates into the next Bond.
  • silva13silva13 Australia
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    jake24 wrote: »
    Haven’t seen this one yet..


    I bloody love that song.
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    matt_u wrote: »
    The three clips are lovely. I love Malek’s slightly over the top acting. He reminds me of a villain straight from the 60s.

    Rami is a really talented actor and this is his first time playing a major villain so I think he really gave this role all he has and seemed to have a lot of fun with it.
  • 00Heaven00Heaven Home
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    mtm wrote: »
    Will be shedding a tear at DCs last scene

    When he lies down on the floor of the TARDIS and regenerates into the next Bond.

    :)) :))
  • baerrttbaerrtt United kingdom
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    00Heaven wrote: »
    mtm wrote: »
    Will be shedding a tear at DCs last scene

    When he lies down on the floor of the TARDIS and regenerates into the next Bond.

    :)) :))

    All joking aside as a DW fan NTTD from hints does come across as a 'regeneration ' type story for Bond.
  • talos7talos7 New Orleans
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    baerrtt wrote: »
    00Heaven wrote: »
    mtm wrote: »
    Will be shedding a tear at DCs last scene

    When he lies down on the floor of the TARDIS and regenerates into the next Bond.

    :)) :))

    All joking aside as a DW fan NTTD from hints does come across as a 'regeneration ' type story for Bond.

    Resurrection…

  • That car chase clip feels so classic already. The cinematography is perfect and possibly a new series high bar, and Zimmer's score/Marr's guitar is just...definitive 60s spy music? While also working in a totally modern way.

    Interesting to get a sense now for the action editing as well. There's a great pace to it -- it felt like a few shots cut off prematurely, which is an interesting choice to drive that pace up and keep the audience unsettled. At first I thought we were losing the geography of Bond's turns a bit (maybe hurting the sequence), but then after a few watches I realized they're effectively cutting to real-time. Nice stuff.
  • talos7talos7 New Orleans
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    The element in the chase that I find really effective , which is near the end of the clip , is when the guy on the scooter comes flying by from behind the camera; this really adds a sense of unpredictability to the sequence. The audience doesn’t know what’s ahead and around the next corner.
  • MalloryMallory Do mosquitoes have friends?
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    talos7 wrote: »
    The element in the chase that I find really effective , which is near the end of the clip , is when the guy on the scooter comes flying by from behind the camera; this really adds a sense of unpredictability to the sequence. The audience doesn’t know what’s ahead and around the next corner.

    Also the camera moves as well and focuses on the bike, makes it much more noticable and visceral
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