No Time To Die: Production Diary

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  • dominicgreenedominicgreene The Eternal QOS Defender
    Posts: 1,756
    Say what you will about Brosnan, at least he knew how to dress properly outside of Bond...





    yikes.
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    jake24 wrote: »

    Nothing is certain until it is certain. But watching back Craig's jovial, positive and nuanced attitude -and with it his answers- during the New Yorker's Festival, I'd guess he'll be back as 007 for a 5th time. But most likely we'll have to wait a bit longer for the movie in which he appears as 007 for the 5th time. If you're old enough, one can be patient. I can ;-).
  • royale65royale65 Caustic misanthrope reporting for duty.
    Posts: 4,278
    "We wouldn't want him" - in reference to Greengrass. Very telling.
  • jake24jake24 Sitting at your desk, kissing your lover, eating supper with your familyModerator
    edited October 2016 Posts: 10,382
    Just as a side note, when the Spectre Production Timeline thread hit 463 pages, filming was already underway in Austria. We're already here, and filming is at least a year away. It's extremely telling how hungry we are for another Bond.
  • 0BradyM0Bondfanatic70BradyM0Bondfanatic7 It was this or the priesthood.
    Posts: 28,231
    jake24 wrote: »

    @jake24, thanks for posting the video! I just finished it and was going to do the same as you.

    There's a lot of great exclusive footage here, and I loved to hear Dan talk about how his grandfather being a master tailor motivated him to come to Bond with certain style expectations. And boy does it show.

    David did a great job representing fans of Bond and his style, and provided a truly measured response to Dan's remarks about the character and what that could mean for the future of the franchise and his involvement in it.

    jake24 wrote: »

    Nothing is certain until it is certain. But watching back Craig's jovial, positive and nuanced attitude -and with it his answers- during the New Yorker's Festival, I'd guess he'll be back as 007 for a 5th time. But most likely we'll have to wait a bit longer for the movie in which he appears as 007 for the 5th time. If you're old enough, one can be patient. I can ;-).

    Dammit, @Gustav_Graves, what have I told you about that word! ;) You should know that @TheWizardOfIce recently had it trademarked, so you've got to pay him 5 quid every time you use it.
  • RC7RC7
    Posts: 10,432
    jake24 wrote: »

    @jake24, thanks for posting the video! I just finished it and was going to do the same as you.

    There's a lot of great exclusive footage here, and I loved to hear Dan talk about how his grandfather being a master tailor motivated him to come to Bond with certain style expectations. And boy does it show.

    David did a great job representing fans of Bond and his style, and provided a truly measured response to Dan's remarks about the character and what that could mean for the future of the franchise and his involvement in it.

    jake24 wrote: »

    Nothing is certain until it is certain. But watching back Craig's jovial, positive and nuanced attitude -and with it his answers- during the New Yorker's Festival, I'd guess he'll be back as 007 for a 5th time. But most likely we'll have to wait a bit longer for the movie in which he appears as 007 for the 5th time. If you're old enough, one can be patient. I can ;-).

    Dammit, @Gustav_Graves, what have I told you about that word! ;) You should know that @TheWizardOfIce recently had it trademarked, so you've got to pay him 5 quid every time you use it.

    Also, he's now misusing it. The phrase 'a nuanced attitude' is grammatically poor.
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    :D
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
    Posts: 3,528
    Nuanced, confetti, gritty... which word will next enter the "Words that are used a lot on this forum" list?
  • 0BradyM0Bondfanatic70BradyM0Bondfanatic7 It was this or the priesthood.
    Posts: 28,231
    RC7 wrote: »
    jake24 wrote: »

    @jake24, thanks for posting the video! I just finished it and was going to do the same as you.

    There's a lot of great exclusive footage here, and I loved to hear Dan talk about how his grandfather being a master tailor motivated him to come to Bond with certain style expectations. And boy does it show.

    David did a great job representing fans of Bond and his style, and provided a truly measured response to Dan's remarks about the character and what that could mean for the future of the franchise and his involvement in it.

    jake24 wrote: »

    Nothing is certain until it is certain. But watching back Craig's jovial, positive and nuanced attitude -and with it his answers- during the New Yorker's Festival, I'd guess he'll be back as 007 for a 5th time. But most likely we'll have to wait a bit longer for the movie in which he appears as 007 for the 5th time. If you're old enough, one can be patient. I can ;-).

    Dammit, @Gustav_Graves, what have I told you about that word! ;) You should know that @TheWizardOfIce recently had it trademarked, so you've got to pay him 5 quid every time you use it.

    Also, he's now misusing it. The phrase 'a nuanced attitude' is grammatically poor.

    @RC7, dare I say that was a nuanced™ deconstruction of Gustav's grammar.
    :D

    You cheeky...
  • jake24jake24 Sitting at your desk, kissing your lover, eating supper with your familyModerator
    Posts: 10,382
    jake24 wrote: »

    @jake24, thanks for posting the video! I just finished it and was going to do the same as you.

    There's a lot of great exclusive footage here, and I loved to hear Dan talk about how his grandfather being a master tailor motivated him to come to Bond with certain style expectations. And boy does it show.

    David did a great job representing fans of Bond and his style, and provided a truly measured response to Dan's remarks about the character and what that could mean for the future of the franchise and his involvement in it.

    jake24 wrote: »

    Nothing is certain until it is certain. But watching back Craig's jovial, positive and nuanced attitude -and with it his answers- during the New Yorker's Festival, I'd guess he'll be back as 007 for a 5th time. But most likely we'll have to wait a bit longer for the movie in which he appears as 007 for the 5th time. If you're old enough, one can be patient. I can ;-).

    Dammit, @Gustav_Graves, what have I told you about that word! ;) You should know that @TheWizardOfIce recently had it trademarked, so you've got to pay him 5 quid every time you use it.
    Agreed. It was interesting to see his take on QoS in hindsight as well.
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    jake24 wrote: »

    Thanks chaps,i hadnt seen that snippet,and i think DC will be back from that....his 5th film (one less than Connery..tempting for a 6th ?)...

  • edited October 2016 Posts: 11,119
    Nuanced, confetti, gritty... which word will next enter the "Words that are used a lot on this forum" list?

    I think the word 'pussy' was very popular today. But perhaps that's not as radical as 'nuanced' ;-).
  • TheWizardOfIceTheWizardOfIce 'One of the Internet's more toxic individuals'
    Posts: 9,117
    RC7 wrote: »
    jake24 wrote: »

    @jake24, thanks for posting the video! I just finished it and was going to do the same as you.

    There's a lot of great exclusive footage here, and I loved to hear Dan talk about how his grandfather being a master tailor motivated him to come to Bond with certain style expectations. And boy does it show.

    David did a great job representing fans of Bond and his style, and provided a truly measured response to Dan's remarks about the character and what that could mean for the future of the franchise and his involvement in it.

    jake24 wrote: »

    Nothing is certain until it is certain. But watching back Craig's jovial, positive and nuanced attitude -and with it his answers- during the New Yorker's Festival, I'd guess he'll be back as 007 for a 5th time. But most likely we'll have to wait a bit longer for the movie in which he appears as 007 for the 5th time. If you're old enough, one can be patient. I can ;-).

    Dammit, @Gustav_Graves, what have I told you about that word! ;) You should know that @TheWizardOfIce recently had it trademarked, so you've got to pay him 5 quid every time you use it.

    Also, he's now misusing it. The phrase 'a nuanced attitude' is grammatically poor.

    @RC7, dare I say that was a nuanced™ deconstruction of Gustav's grammar.
    :D

    You cheeky...

    Good to see you respect copyright law Brady.

    Gustav is going to get a shock when my demand for payment lands on his doorstep. £5 a time? The poor bloke will be selling the Big Issue by next Tuesday.
    I seriously can't be f**ked to wade through hundreds of comments to try and find the smallest kernel of information.

    The fact that the title has been changed to 'Dan's favourite colour' rather than 'Dan is staying/going' tells me all I need to know.

    Utter waste of everyone's time but it's the people who've been walking round with massive hard ons for the last few weeks at the prospect this interview would herald some certain answers I feel sorry for. Did they genuinely believe that EON would sanction a major news release about Bond in an interview that wasn't even being filmed?

    They might not know much about commissioning a coherent script but they how to make a press release. When Dan does go EON will be actively involved in how that news is put out there rather than it being done in an interview in a back street pub with an audience of two blokes and a dog.

    Well it sounds like you are taking this a bit too seriously. Myself I didn't think much would come out of the interview, but it's always good fun to have events like these where Bond fans can get excited instead of automatically being cynical.

    So your frustration tells me you're at least a little annoyed by the lack of news. The least we could do was have a little fun with it.


    Please spare us your back of a fag packet psychology.

    If I'm frustrated it's only in the fact that EON seem utterly disinterested in making good the mistakes of SP. If making Bond films is such a chore then sell the rights to Disney.
  • 0BradyM0Bondfanatic70BradyM0Bondfanatic7 It was this or the priesthood.
    Posts: 28,231
    jake24 wrote: »
    jake24 wrote: »

    @jake24, thanks for posting the video! I just finished it and was going to do the same as you.

    There's a lot of great exclusive footage here, and I loved to hear Dan talk about how his grandfather being a master tailor motivated him to come to Bond with certain style expectations. And boy does it show.

    David did a great job representing fans of Bond and his style, and provided a truly measured response to Dan's remarks about the character and what that could mean for the future of the franchise and his involvement in it.

    jake24 wrote: »

    Nothing is certain until it is certain. But watching back Craig's jovial, positive and nuanced attitude -and with it his answers- during the New Yorker's Festival, I'd guess he'll be back as 007 for a 5th time. But most likely we'll have to wait a bit longer for the movie in which he appears as 007 for the 5th time. If you're old enough, one can be patient. I can ;-).

    Dammit, @Gustav_Graves, what have I told you about that word! ;) You should know that @TheWizardOfIce recently had it trademarked, so you've got to pay him 5 quid every time you use it.
    Agreed. It was interesting to see his take on QoS in hindsight as well.

    That it was. It's rare we get to hear Dan talk about QoS, but I'm glad that on the whole he views the experience as one of personal learning and supports its existence as being a Bond film full of great moments as worthy as any to be a part of the lineage.
  • jake24jake24 Sitting at your desk, kissing your lover, eating supper with your familyModerator
    Posts: 10,382
    RC7 wrote: »
    jake24 wrote: »

    @jake24, thanks for posting the video! I just finished it and was going to do the same as you.

    There's a lot of great exclusive footage here, and I loved to hear Dan talk about how his grandfather being a master tailor motivated him to come to Bond with certain style expectations. And boy does it show.

    David did a great job representing fans of Bond and his style, and provided a truly measured response to Dan's remarks about the character and what that could mean for the future of the franchise and his involvement in it.

    jake24 wrote: »

    Nothing is certain until it is certain. But watching back Craig's jovial, positive and nuanced attitude -and with it his answers- during the New Yorker's Festival, I'd guess he'll be back as 007 for a 5th time. But most likely we'll have to wait a bit longer for the movie in which he appears as 007 for the 5th time. If you're old enough, one can be patient. I can ;-).

    Dammit, @Gustav_Graves, what have I told you about that word! ;) You should know that @TheWizardOfIce recently had it trademarked, so you've got to pay him 5 quid every time you use it.

    Also, he's now misusing it. The phrase 'a nuanced attitude' is grammatically poor.

    @RC7, dare I say that was a nuanced™ deconstruction of Gustav's grammar.
    :D

    You cheeky...

    Good to see you respect copyright law Brady.

    Gustav is going to get a shock when my demand for payment lands on his doorstep. £5 a time? The poor bloke will be selling the Big Issue by next Tuesday.
    I seriously can't be f**ked to wade through hundreds of comments to try and find the smallest kernel of information.

    The fact that the title has been changed to 'Dan's favourite colour' rather than 'Dan is staying/going' tells me all I need to know.

    Utter waste of everyone's time but it's the people who've been walking round with massive hard ons for the last few weeks at the prospect this interview would herald some certain answers I feel sorry for. Did they genuinely believe that EON would sanction a major news release about Bond in an interview that wasn't even being filmed?

    They might not know much about commissioning a coherent script but they how to make a press release. When Dan does go EON will be actively involved in how that news is put out there rather than it being done in an interview in a back street pub with an audience of two blokes and a dog.

    Well it sounds like you are taking this a bit too seriously. Myself I didn't think much would come out of the interview, but it's always good fun to have events like these where Bond fans can get excited instead of automatically being cynical.

    So your frustration tells me you're at least a little annoyed by the lack of news. The least we could do was have a little fun with it.


    Please spare us your back of a fag packet psychology.

    If I'm frustrated it's only in the fact that EON seem utterly disinterested in making good the mistakes of SP. If making Bond films is such a chore then sell the rights to Disney.

    "If making Bond films is such a chore then sell the rights to Disney."

    -TheWizardOfIce, 2016
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
    Posts: 3,528
    Whoops Wiz! I didn't TM nuanced. Where shall I send the cheque?
  • mcdonbbmcdonbb deep in the Heart of Texas
    Posts: 4,116
    Ok since I've been gone we've learned Craig is still interested, MGM is still broke, still nothing on B25, and GG is now in debt to Wizard.




  • TheWizardOfIceTheWizardOfIce 'One of the Internet's more toxic individuals'
    edited October 2016 Posts: 9,117
    Whoops Wiz! I didn't TM nuanced. Where shall I send the cheque?

    As you've been so honest mate ill let you off.*

    But seriously chaps this has to be the last one. I've got the same lawyer as McClory so you're playing with fire.

    If you want my agent is selling packages to use the word nuanced™:

    $44.99 unlimited use for a month
    $399 unlimited use for a year
    $2999 unlimited use for life

    *I'll stick it on Gustavs bill (he's in 6 figures for the month so he won't notice another one).
  • Posts: 444
    Say what you will about Brosnan, at least he knew how to dress properly outside of Bond...

    Well to be fair he did have all that practice of being nothing more than a clothes shop mannequin whilst playing Bond.
  • ClarkDevlinClarkDevlin Martinis, Girls and Guns
    Posts: 15,423
    Oopdeydoo... Brosnan bashing comes in, again.
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    Personally I don't see anything wrong with what Craig was wearing - casual clothes (that I presume he feels comfortable in) for a casual event. How is that inappropriate or "yikes"? What was he supposed to be wearing?
  • TripAcesTripAces Universal Exports
    Posts: 4,069
    jake24 wrote: »

    I still can't believe, given ONE shot to ask DC a question, that this is what Zaritsky came up with, because he already knows all of DC's favorite brands. I am more interested in knowing DC's thoughts on comparisons to Steve McQueen and whether or not the King of Cool is an influence at all. I think Zaritsky missed a golden opportunity.
  • talos7talos7 New Orleans
    Posts: 5,711
    Tuulia wrote: »
    Personally I don't see anything wrong with what Craig was wearing - casual clothes (that I presume he feels comfortable in) for a casual event. How is that inappropriate or "yikes"? What was he supposed to be wearing?

    I agree. except for the footwear, Yikes! ;)


  • bondjamesbondjames You were expecting someone else?
    edited October 2016 Posts: 23,883
    Agreed. It was fan wank no doubt, but could have been so much more. A missed opportunity in my view as well.
  • jake24jake24 Sitting at your desk, kissing your lover, eating supper with your familyModerator
    Posts: 10,382
    TripAces wrote: »
    jake24 wrote: »

    I still can't believe, given ONE shot to ask DC a question, that this is what Zaritsky came up with, because he already knows all of DC's favorite brands. I am more interested in knowing DC's thoughts on comparisons to Steve McQueen and whether or not the King of Cool is an influence at all. I think Zaritsky missed a golden opportunity.
    All those questions had already been asked prior to his.
  • MurdockMurdock Mr. 2000
    Posts: 16,035
    Say what you want about Dan's fashion sense, It at least looks comfortable.
  • M_BaljeM_Balje Amsterdam, Netherlands
    edited October 2016 Posts: 3,670
    Daniel Craig looks very relax and some humor too. In that other video i am also happy he re-confirmd Bond get girl like a lot of times. :D

    Overall idea i have the focus will be on Bond again after a break, what is normal.
  • MrcogginsMrcoggins Following in the footsteps of Quentin Quigley.
    Posts: 3,138
    The one thing that strikes me from the video of Dan is if they ever remake blade runner well just look at him and think Time to Die .
  • Posts: 2,081
    TripAces wrote: »
    jake24 wrote: »

    I still can't believe, given ONE shot to ask DC a question, that this is what Zaritsky came up with, because he already knows all of DC's favorite brands. I am more interested in knowing DC's thoughts on comparisons to Steve McQueen and whether or not the King of Cool is an influence at all. I think Zaritsky missed a golden opportunity.

    Yeah. Sort of stupid really if he already knew. But even if he hadn't known, what a weird thing to ask if one can ask an actor just one question. About brands? Really?
  • talos7talos7 New Orleans
    Posts: 5,711
    Mrcoggins wrote: »
    The one thing that strikes me from the video of Dan is if they ever remake blade runner well just look at him and think Time to Die .

    A sequel is being made.
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