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No Time To Die (James Bond #25)


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All that really matters is who's doing the score!  Come on EON, man up and hire David Arnold!   I doubt that will be announced tomorrow, but maybe.

There's no way EON sells their stake in Bond. Not while Barbara Broccoli is still alive.   And the idea of a James Bond TV series, or spin-off of any kind, is horrid.  You delve too deep int

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This film sure has a lot of talk going on around it about things that have nothing to do with the movie.  Unfortunately this usually is not a good sign, but I hope that Craig goes out on a high note.

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2 hours ago, Richard said:

Hopefully, this will push the film back to an October/November date, where it belongs, and miss this silly hinterland of April.

 

Yes I was shocked when I was looking at the 2020 in Film wikipedia page yesterday and saw Bond 25 slotted for April.  It belongs in November/December

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I get where Richard's coming from, virtually every preceding Bond film has been either a big summer release or a big winter/Christmas one. 

 

April feels a bit ... meh. Although previously it was going to be February, which is even more so.  

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2 hours ago, Jay said:

Every Bond film from Goldeneye til now has been released in either November or December, and 14 out of the 24 Eon Bond films overall have been released in November or December

Yes. DR. NO - THUNDERBALL, OHMSS, DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER, and THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN were all released in the October - December slot.

No Bond film with the exception of the non - EON CASINO ROYALE - has been released in April.

 

 

1 hour ago, The Original said:

Who cares which month it comes out?

Quite a few people, including publicists, cinema chains, and all major studios. Do you really think that films are released arbitrarily? They are planned so that they do not clash with each other, so they make the most money possible.

As @Jay quite rightly says, the Nov/Dec slot has become de rigueur for many years, now. The prospect of an Spring Bond seems...wrong.

 

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2 minutes ago, Richard said:

Quite a few people, including publicists, cinema chains, and all major studios. Do you really think that films are released arbitrarily? They are planned so that they do not clash with each other, so they make the most money possible.

As @Jay quite rightly says, the Nov/Dec slot has become de rigueur for many years, now. The prospect of an Spring Bond seems...wrong.

 

 

Bunch a neurotic mumbo-jumbo.

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