CastorTroy wrote: »
May need to wait until closer to the end of the year now
OU812 wrote: »
It’ll either be the big Xmas tent pole or open next year. They may even have the next bond started by the time it comes out
Rodin wrote: »
I fear it'll be rubbish like the last one.
The best part of the last one was the first 10 minutes.
pixelburp wrote: »
Correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't they already start the big Marketing / Press Tour before the cinema release was shelved? If so I wonder how much it has set them back, given (presumably) they'll need to do it all over again whenever they DO get the green-light to release. Would certainly change the nature of what's going to constitute a "success" with the film...
DonnaNol wrote: »
I think the movie will be lame anyway...
Pheobe - “There’s been a lot of talk about whether or not [the Bond franchise] is relevant now because of who he is and the way he treats women,”
Pheobe - “It has just got to evolve, and the important thing is that the film treats the women properly.”
Barbara - The Me Too movement has had a huge impact - rightfully, thankfully - on society, and these films should reflect that, as everything we do should
Coybig_ wrote: »
Everything about this movie screams that it is going to be a disaster.
The return of characters from the last installment which was not good. Specifically the completely uninteresting love interest (who he married?!?) and the worst Blofeld in any Bond movie ever.
A black woman (DIVERSITY) becoming the new 007, making fun of Bond and taking the p*ss out of him. Embarassing writing.
A sterile, mopey Bond who has remained stone faced and depressed for the previous 4 movies, with extraordinarily little character development.
The fact that Danny Boyle dropped out due to unhappiness with the script.
The fact that Pheobe Waller Bridge was brought in to perform rewrites. Any soundbites out of her tell you what everybodies priorities were on this guaranteed mess.
Has there? Do James Bond fans go into movies worried about the way that he treats women? It's hardly a big worry for the audience.
Right, at least everybody has their priorities in order.
And here's Barbara Broccoli with more worrying sh*te :
Yes, we need to make sure that the script, above all, respects and promotes the Me-Too movement.
mikhail wrote: »
I like Cavill, and he's great in UNCLE which is definitely a good point of comparison, but I'm not keen on them casting an American any more than the idea of casting a woman. They've been thinking about an American in the role forever though, to try to appeal better to the US market. Clint Eastwood, Adam West, and Burt Reynolds were considered for Diamonds Are Forever, and James Brolin for Octopussy, for example. At some point, the character ceases to have anything in common with Bond other than being an MGM-made spy movie, and maybe not even that if they manage to sell the company.
mikhail wrote: »
Clint Eastwood, Adam West, and Burt Reynolds were considered for Diamonds Are Forever.
loyatemu wrote: »
serious missed opportunity there :pac:
Big Gerry wrote: »
I don't understand why they didn't get rid of craig 5 years ago and bring in a new actor.
flasher0030 wrote: »
I cannot understand how there could be negativity around Daniel Craig...
Have only watched Spectre the once when it was released. Must give it another look.