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SPECTRE (Bond 24) (2015, D: Mendes) S: Craig, Waltz, Bellucci, Fiennes, Bautista

Old 04-27-12, 04:15 PM
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Re: Bond 24 (2014)

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Fassbender as a period 50s/60s Bond? *ween0rz explodes*
That's what I'd most like to see if they ever do another reboot...set it in the 60s instead of modern-day.
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Your list goes from silly to serious which suggests that is the kind of Bond film you want to watch. My own tastes tend in the other direction with Connery top dog with Craig and Dalton behind him. Brosnan really was pretty terrible and Moore is only bearable for me due to nostalgia value.
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Re: Bond 24 (2014)

Is there a trailer for this yet?
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Re: Bond 24 (2014)

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Fassbender as a period 50s/60s Bond? *ween0rz explodes*
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That's what I'd most like to see if they ever do another reboot...set it in the 60s instead of modern-day.
Love this. But the current Bond producers would never have the balls to attempt it.
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Sam Mendes Will Not Direct The Next 007

“It has been a very difficult decision not to accept Michael and Barbara’s very generous offer to direct the next Bond movie," said the Oscar-winning director. "Directing SKYFALL was one of the best experiences of my professional life, but I have theatre and other commitments, including productions of Charlie And The Chocolate Factory and King Lear, that need my complete focus over the next year and beyond."
Bond's next director has yet to be decided, but producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli had nothing but praise for Mendes: “We thoroughly enjoyed working with Sam. He directed our most successful Bond movie ever, SKYFALL. We would have loved to have made the next film with him but completely respect his decision to focus on other projects and hope to have the opportunity to collaborate with him again.”
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Re: Bond 24 (2014)

Old news.
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Hopefully Mendes might return in the future. I hope the billion dollar success of SKYFALL convinces the Wilson & Broccoli to take their time, hire talented filmmakers, and try to make something great and unique each time around. Get someone with a real vision and an understanding of the character and turn them loose. Nicolas Refn, Duncan Jones, Tom Tykwer, etc.
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I read that Adele will be doing the theme song again
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That's a very heart-warming story. Producers and a director actually saying very nice things about each other. How often does that happen?
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There's plenty of directors out there to make a good Bond film. No one would accuse Martin Campbell of being a great director, and Casino Royale is one of the best in the franchise. I don't love Goldeneye as much as some others do, but it's also one of the more popular ones.
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Now that Mendes is out, I expect JJ Abrams to be announced any day.
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Q gives Bond a device that makes lenseflares?
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Who's dick needs to go up my ass in order for Fassbender to become Bond?
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I want Wong Kar-wai to direct the next Bond flick.

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Who's dick needs to go up my ass in order for Fassbender to become Bond?
Solid Snake PAC is ready to give you a good dicking while he stares at a poster of Michael Fassbender.
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How about somebody like Peter Weir?
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Or Nicholas Winding Refn.
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I want Wong Kar-wai to direct the next Bond flick.



Solid Snake PAC is ready to give you a good dicking while he stares at a poster of Michael Fassbender.
I hate when directors that don't speak solid english try to direct english speaking actors, it never sounds right. Now is Kar-wai were to co-direct with Refn Winding we'd be in business.
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How about somebody like Peter Weir?
That'd be cool too.

Shame that sequel to Master & Commander never happened.
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That'd be cool too.

Shame that sequel to Master & Commander never happened.
Make it a Bond film and we'll all be happy. He is Commander Bond, after all, isn't he? Who says he didn't have a great-great grandfather, also named James Bond, who helmed a ship in the Napoleonic Wars?
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Re: Bond 24 (2014)

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Who's dick needs to go up my ass in order for Fassbender to become Bond?
I'm not sure it works that way
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Re: Bond 24 (2014)

#1 Roger Moore
#2 Pierce Brosnan
#3 George Lazenby
#4 Sean Connery
#5 Timothy Dalton
#6 David Niven
#7 Daniel Craig
Jesus that's an awful ranking. Sean Connery was light years ahead of Pierce Brosnan and Roger Moore. George Lazenby? The guy was a shit Bond. There's a reason he only made one film. Daniel Craig is probably the second best behind Connery, and if his films remain on the same level, he could surpass him one day. Timothy Dalton was okay.
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Wong Kar-Wai would be terrific. His BMW film was my favorite in the series.
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I'm not sure it works that way
You're an insider, eh?
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Re: Bond 24 (2014)

Bring back John Glen. Hell, he directed 5 Bond movies.

He's actually 80 now and hasn't worked since 2001. Guess he's retired.
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George Lazenby? There's a reason he only made one film.
Yes, the reason was that he quit.

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