No Time to Die Filming thread (MINOR SPOILERS ALLOWED)

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  • Posts: 10,769
    Shardlake wrote: »
    TripAces wrote: »
    I love SF. However I don't think another Bond film will ever captivate me like CR did.

    CR punched me in the face; SF pinned me to the ground. :-)

    Yes, the hatred of SF is out there. I've never understood it, though I have some theories best reserved for a different thread.

    CR is my favourite of the era but Skyfall easily takes the no. 2 spot, yes the hatred for it might not be as much as it seems on here but certain voices shout it very loudly and one in particular can't help but reiterate this in any thread they get the opportunity to.

    I believe many of us still do love this film warts and all.

    Outrageous! Can you substantiate this?
  • 4EverBonded4EverBonded Dancing at midnight under the BeBop Moon
    Posts: 11,484
    I love CR and SF. It's not hard to see the quality in both films. I don't like making lists, but I'd say SF is in my top 10 to stay.

    As for Jeremy Fukunaga, I've been following him on Instagram. He was in Jamaica for a few weeks it seems. I don't know if he'll turn up at any other locations for Bond 25, but he may well do so.
  • JamesCraigJamesCraig Ocean Club, Bahamas.
    Posts: 1,663
    RogueAgent wrote: »
    I just love Bond films full stop! If ever I am having a naff day? I will put a Bond film on and all my troubles just disappear for a couple of hours.
    Oh yeah. But it's been over a year since I last watched a Bond movie...
  • ShardlakeShardlake Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
    Posts: 3,431
    Getafix wrote: »
    Shardlake wrote: »
    TripAces wrote: »
    I love SF. However I don't think another Bond film will ever captivate me like CR did.

    CR punched me in the face; SF pinned me to the ground. :-)

    Yes, the hatred of SF is out there. I've never understood it, though I have some theories best reserved for a different thread.

    CR is my favourite of the era but Skyfall easily takes the no. 2 spot, yes the hatred for it might not be as much as it seems on here but certain voices shout it very loudly and one in particular can't help but reiterate this in any thread they get the opportunity to.

    I believe many of us still do love this film warts and all.

    Outrageous! Can you substantiate this?

    I hope you are joking here @Getafix you've managed to slag it off since release, the evidence is all over this forum.
  • edited May 20 Posts: 10,769
    Shardlake wrote: »
    Getafix wrote: »
    Shardlake wrote: »
    TripAces wrote: »
    I love SF. However I don't think another Bond film will ever captivate me like CR did.

    CR punched me in the face; SF pinned me to the ground. :-)

    Yes, the hatred of SF is out there. I've never understood it, though I have some theories best reserved for a different thread.

    CR is my favourite of the era but Skyfall easily takes the no. 2 spot, yes the hatred for it might not be as much as it seems on here but certain voices shout it very loudly and one in particular can't help but reiterate this in any thread they get the opportunity to.

    I believe many of us still do love this film warts and all.

    Outrageous! Can you substantiate this?

    I hope you are joking here @Getafix you've managed to slag it off since release, the evidence is all over this forum.

    I never joke about Bond.

    Anyway I think you are overreacting.

    All I've done is offered a few suggestions for how things might have been done better.

    As a Yorkshireman I thought you of all people would appreciate the value of constructive criticism.

    Hate is strong term after all. I reserve that for another era.
  • ShardlakeShardlake Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
    Posts: 3,431
    Getafix wrote: »
    Shardlake wrote: »
    Getafix wrote: »
    Shardlake wrote: »
    TripAces wrote: »
    I love SF. However I don't think another Bond film will ever captivate me like CR did.

    CR punched me in the face; SF pinned me to the ground. :-)

    Yes, the hatred of SF is out there. I've never understood it, though I have some theories best reserved for a different thread.

    CR is my favourite of the era but Skyfall easily takes the no. 2 spot, yes the hatred for it might not be as much as it seems on here but certain voices shout it very loudly and one in particular can't help but reiterate this in any thread they get the opportunity to.

    I believe many of us still do love this film warts and all.

    Outrageous! Can you substantiate this?

    I hope you are joking here @Getafix you've managed to slag it off since release, the evidence is all over this forum.

    I never joke about Bond.

    Anyway I think you are overreacting.

    All I've done is offered a few suggestions for how things might have been done better.

    As a Yorkshireman I thought you of all people would appreciate the value of constructive criticism.

    Hate is strong term after all. I reserve that for another era.

    I live in Yorkshire, I'm not a Yorkshireman.
    You could send me to Coventry if you like.
  • Posts: 10,769
    Ah that explains a lot! I thought the relentless optimism and upbeat outlook was very atypical for a Yorkshireman.
  • Posts: 793
    Getafix wrote: »
    Ah that explains a lot! I thought the relentless optimism and upbeat outlook was very atypical for a Yorkshireman.

    Hey up lad, what ya saying?
  • NicNacNicNac Moderator
    Posts: 6,756
    This is the Bond 25 filming thread. Thanks.
  • Jordo007Jordo007 Merseyside
    Posts: 204
    Has there been any new lately regarding Bond 25 or well placed rumours?
  • Posts: 571
    Things seem to have gone a bit quiet - my guess from the stray bits we've heard is that things are in flux. Second unit maybe still filling in some blanks in Jamaica, building stuff at Pinewood, and Cary perhaps scouting or traveling again?
  • Posts: 11,509
    Is DC still in New York?
  • Posts: 251
    DC is not in NY. it's not even a state.
  • TripAcesTripAces Universal Exports
    Posts: 3,125
    DC is not in NY. it's not even a state.

    Kind of like...Idaho, or some such place.
  • Posts: 9,367
    If we destroy Kansas the world may not her about it for years.
  • peaderppeaderp england
    Posts: 22
    Lea Seydoux talked to Variety at Cannes and confirmed she hasn't started filming bond yet.
  • TripAcesTripAces Universal Exports
    Posts: 3,125
    ToTheRight wrote: »
    If we destroy Kansas the world may not her about it for years.

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  • edited May 21 Posts: 11,261
    Filmweb.no just posted this clip from the Jamaica shooting, taken by a Norwegian sailor who happens to be in the area they're filming. A bit of action at the end of the clip!

    https://www.filmweb.no/filmnytt/article1397793.ece

    Edit: more on Instagram (posted April 25):
  • QBranchQBranch Always have an escape plan. Mine is watching James Bond films.
    Posts: 8,670
    Awesome!
  • ResurrectionResurrection You don't need to be an operative to see the obvious
    Posts: 1,196
    Nice
  • Posts: 7,234
    Getting for your eyes only vibes
  • edited May 21 Posts: 3,251
    Filmweb.no just posted this clip from the Jamaica shooting, taken by a Norwegian sailor who happens to be in the area they're filming. A bit of action at the end of the clip!

    https://www.filmweb.no/filmnytt/article1397793.ece

    Edit: more on Instagram (posted April 25):

    Woah!

    Amazing footage.
    It looks as though the "Fukunaga Sunset Scramble" is a reference to CJF's desire to shoot during the magic hour. Those skies in Jamaica are stunning.

    Also, if you look at the helicopter camera's position, you can evidently see that the aim is to get the shot of the helicopter taking off whilst the explosion plays in the backdrop. That is a classy bit of cinematography and requires expert timing to pull of effectively.

    It looks like a great piece of 'action cinematography' . we rarely see things done 'in camera' these days, especially in the plethora of blockbusters that are ushered out.

    Also, a new interview with Lea Seydoux talking about Bond 25......



    Also.........Lashana Lynch is in London. She was posting photos on Instagram last night.
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  • Posts: 11,261
    Filmweb.no just posted this clip from the Jamaica shooting, taken by a Norwegian sailor who happens to be in the area they're filming. A bit of action at the end of the clip!

    https://www.filmweb.no/filmnytt/article1397793.ece

    Edit: more on Instagram (posted April 25):

    Woah!

    Amazing footage.
    It looks as though the "Fukunaga Sunset Scramble" is a reference to CJF's desire to shoot during the magic hour. Those skies in Jamaica are stunning.

    Also, if you look at the helicopter camera's position, you can evidently see that the aim is to get the shot of the helicopter taking off whilst the explosion plays in the backdrop. That is a classy bit of cinematography and requires expert timing to pull of effectively.

    It looks like a great piece of 'action cinematography' . we rarely see things done 'in camera' these days, especially in the plethora of blockbusters that are ushered out.

    It definitely looks like we might be in for a treat with this sequence. One thing I came to think of:
    The first half of the clip shows them filming when there's still light, while the last bit is filmed at night.

    Is the first half footage likely of a "test run" with the helicopter and the plane, with the sequence (and explosion) taking place at night – or could this be for two separate scenes? One could think that the ship is some sort of base for Felix/CIA, or even Malek's people.
  • edited May 21 Posts: 3,651
    EDIT: Never mind. Just got it ;)

    Cool, Our first Bond 25
    explosion.
  • QBranchQBranch Always have an escape plan. Mine is watching James Bond films.
    Posts: 8,670
    It definitely looks like we might be in for a treat with this sequence. One thing I came to think of:
    The first half of the clip shows them filming when there's still light, while the last bit is filmed at night.

    Is the first half footage likely of a "test run" with the helicopter and the plane, with the sequence (and explosion) taking place at night – or could this be for two separate scenes? One could think that the ship is some sort of base for Felix/CIA, or even Malek's people.
    Clearly a test run. They only have one boat to blow!
  • edited May 21 Posts: 3,651
    I bet Fukunaga will film action like we haven’t seen before. He’s very creative but now he has big toys and a budget to play with. If I could give him one advice it would be to do it stylishly, as Bond should be about that, and not about cheap thrills or stunts. It should be all about the style. Add some horns and brass in the soundtrack and you’ve got a Bond cocktail.
  • edited May 21 Posts: 11,261
    QBranch wrote: »
    It definitely looks like we might be in for a treat with this sequence. One thing I came to think of:
    The first half of the clip shows them filming when there's still light, while the last bit is filmed at night.

    Is the first half footage likely of a "test run" with the helicopter and the plane, with the sequence (and explosion) taking place at night – or could this be for two separate scenes? One could think that the ship is some sort of base for Felix/CIA, or even Malek's people.
    Clearly a test run. They only have one boat to blow!
    Of course they only have one boat to blow, I was really just speculating if they might have filmed for two separate scenes – one taking place in daylight, and one at night.
  • talos7talos7 New Orleans
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    Univex wrote: »
    I bet Fukunaga will film action like we haven’t seen before. He’s very creative but now he has big toys and a budget to play with. If I could give him one advice it would be to do it stylishly, as Bond should be about that, and not about cheap thrills or stunts. It should be all about the style. Add some horns and brass in the soundtrack and you’ve got a Bond cocktail.

    From everything that I’ve seen of him, both in films and in his private life, doing it with style should be of no concern.

  • QBranchQBranch Always have an escape plan. Mine is watching James Bond films.
    Posts: 8,670
    QBranch wrote: »
    It definitely looks like we might be in for a treat with this sequence. One thing I came to think of:
    The first half of the clip shows them filming when there's still light, while the last bit is filmed at night.

    Is the first half footage likely of a "test run" with the helicopter and the plane, with the sequence (and explosion) taking place at night – or could this be for two separate scenes? One could think that the ship is some sort of base for Felix/CIA, or even Malek's people.
    Clearly a test run. They only have one boat to blow!
    Of course they only have one boat to blow, I was really just speculating if they might have filmed for two separate scenes – one taking place in daylight, and one at night.
    Same camera positioning; sea plane following the same path of motion. One scene.
  • Posts: 1,030
    Uh, why are people still using spoiler tags for minor things? Is the possible fictional path of a helicopter really a major plot point?
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