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No Time To Die | October 8 2021 | Delayed again | RIP Sean Connery

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2 hours ago, aladdino said:

im starting to sense that her role will be small tho :(i wanted her to be an eva green or at least have kurylenko sized role

 

I would put good odds on this. She had a three month gap in filming it seems. 

 

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/features/how-lashana-lynch-ana-de-armas-are-helping-modernize-james-bond-1252345

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5 hours ago, aladdino said:

im starting to sense that her role will be small tho :(i wanted her to be an eva green or at least have kurylenko sized role

I’ll be so pissed if that’s the case. It’ll feel especially weird after she just knocked it out of the park in Knives Out.

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7 hours ago, JB33 said:

So will Christoph Waltz's Blofeld be connected to this in any way or are they abandoning that thread?

Spoiler

 

Rumored to have shot some stuff/been seen on or near the set, encountered by people. 

 

 

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Why the fuck would Ana's role be small? If anyone is slated for reduced screen time it's Seydoux. Her character was unpopular and the movie dropped like a bitch from Skyfall. Ana is a rising star, Seydoux is not. So I see no logic in cutting Ana's screen time.

 

Lashana looks great too. 

 

 

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Not really boring, but more restrained compared to bombastic past bond trailers

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There's a looooooooot of set up in that 2.5 minute trailer.

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Yeah, that was a catastrofuck. A trailer shouldn't feel like the entire movie condensed to 2.5 minutes. If this isn't a fun last hurrah for Craig then they blew it.  

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MGM and Universal fucked up by releasing this (boring) trailer right between the Black Widow and Mulan trailer. I'm wondering why just didn't release it next week.

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Weirdly cut trailer but it actually hints at some level of substance other than just some nicely executed good ol bond set-pieces

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To be clear, I don't think it looks like a bad film, but they could have stood to cut down on introducing 3 plots here between Rami, Bond's reintegration to MI6, and whatever's going on with Madeline for a first impression. 

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I guess i'm in the minority here but i really like the look and feel of this. Cool trailer it got me excited about a new Bond film.

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I don't think his girlfriend from the last film (can't remember her name) will die. That's a trope they're probably eager to get away from. 

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2 minutes ago, Hatebox said:

I don't think his girlfriend from the last film (can't remember her name) will die. That's a trope they're probably eager to get away from. 

Yeah I was worried she would end up as a Fembot.

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