Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by shokhead, Nov 27, 2017.
New U.S. release date is October 8, 2021.
Think it’ll be a December 2021 release now.
'No Time to Die' holding firm to October release date for Daniel Craig's final Bond outing
2021 : Release ?
James Bond 25: It's About Time
They have to release it so that it makes money. Very surprised they didn't put it out on Amazon Prime early.
Another delay would just sink it further. At this point they just need to put it out there and move on.
Not even Bezos has the kind of coin EON wanted for a streaming exclusive ($600MM).
Looks like more of the same.
All the Daniel Craig movies look alike and do the same stuff.
This one has girlbots and clones, but it's indistinguishable from his others.
The wait is over.
Slightly different, maybe better, new trailer:
These -No Time To Die -trailers the past two years reveal maybe to much, so watching the actual film when released is going to be an anticlimax
might be the first bond in a few years i won't be seeing in the cinema due to the fact we are in lock down in Melbourne Australia until at least start of November. this sucks!
We're very jazzed: the upscale theater in our LA neighborhood, the Grove (now owned by AMC) reopened this week, and it's going to have No Time to Die in a few weeks. We're going to be there on opening day, October 5th, partly because I've seen every James Bond film in a first-run theater, and partly to celebrate the return of the theater.
If you haven’t experienced a High Dynamic Range projection and overhead surround sound, this would be the time to experience a Dolby Cinema or Cinematic XD presentation.
I’ve been a fan of Bond since I was a little kid. The dragged-out release of this flick has killed my excitement in the film and in the franchise. Same as Black Widow, it just feels like an old movie at this point and I’ve lost interest over time. I understand the studios are trying to protect their investment but I don’t feel the delays have worked in their favor. The many stories over the length of the pandemic on this being his last film and endless speculation on a new Bond have also sort of tarnished Craig as 007. He’s become the old guy in the role long before his swan song has hit screens. I’ve seen every Bond film since Goldfinger in their initial theatrical run. I don’t feel any interest in catching this one. Maybe when the reviews come out I’ll feel some excitement.
It's James Bond. I'm going.
Apparently this will be the longest BOND film, running time is 2 hrs 43 min.
Saw the preview before Shang-Chi the other day, and the number of eye-catching locations seemed much greater than other Bond films. I think it may be Craig's meatiest role as Bond, and I like how it may provide more closure for each of the previous Craig 007 films. The preview featured content from each of those films.
I've been watching these since I saw Goldfinger in a drive in when I was around 9. I'm going, end of discussion.
It was like when I was a Bruce fanatic. New album, put it on the counter, pay for it. No questions
Feels like an old movie ?
Bond films used to be state of the art, now they’re just lost their fizz.
It's NOT James Bond. That's the whole point.
Daniel Craig is NOT James Bond, he's anti-James Bond.
And his films are NOT James Bond films, they're anti-James Bond films.
The entire Craig era is a grotesque parody of James Bond.
There's a Casino Royale Collector's edition bonus disc that's been OOP for years. He's interviewed and says that he was never into Bond or a fan. I found it atrocius.
Imagine watching Robert Downey Jr. interviewed on an "Iron Man" Bd saying that he never was a fan of the character.
It seems DC had his way in the end, they're letting him co-produce movies now. Bad move.
As I often say, without the 007 brand no way these movies would be hits.
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