Omega wrote:what did she say?
bjmdds wrote:MP, this film, Bond 23, is a comedy of errors. The inmates are running the asylum but the problem is you cannot tell which from which.
katied wrote:That's about it. Just wait until people discover what a rhymes-with-witch she is. She's going to love having to do press tours and interact with fans.
bjmdds wrote:(FBF, get the shovel ready to bury the franchise).
bjmdds wrote:Bardem hopes his transformation into Silva will ultimately be something fans have never before seen onscreen. "In these times, there is nothing that we haven't seen before, but I guess it's a different type of person [than] I've played before," he explained.
I am waiting to see if Bardem's dialogue is in line with "It rubs the lotion on its skin, or else it gets the hose again."FormerBondFan wrote:bjmdds wrote:Bardem hopes his transformation into Silva will ultimately be something fans have never before seen onscreen. "In these times, there is nothing that we haven't seen before, but I guess it's a different type of person [than] I've played before," he explained.
Another way to brainwash the general public. Now this is why this next corrupted Bond must be NUKED.
bjmdds wrote:Q: When you made "Casino Royale," you had the Bourne movies you were being compared to. Now you have the last "Mission: Impossible" as that franchise seems to be upping its game as well. How do you guys feel about that?
Broccoli: I'm always thrilled. I always say when good movies are out, it's good for us because when there are good movies, audiences they go see them, they have a great time, they go back to the movies. So, I'm thrilled that "Mission: Impossible" is doing well, that the Bourne series did well. It's what we want. We want good competition because we need people to keep going to the movies.
Craig: I agree. (Now MI:4 is their targeted film, as well already knew).
bjmdds wrote:Inside the tunnel, someone yells "Action," as hordes of people stop moving around and gaze at the monitor. The only sound in the room comes from Daniel Craig, walking through the squalor and taking aim at the film's antagonist, played by Javier Bardem. As the scene continues, Bardem is halfway up a ladder, making himself -- you would think -- an easy target. Nonetheless, dialogue ensues. Although the moment seems to have all the hallmarks of a traditional Bond/villain exchange, Craig later points out that "Skyfall" has some deeper elements than audiences might expect, calling the film “a rich palette of characters.”
As for the rest of the cast, they're not saying much. When asked about the blond wig that he was spotted wearing on set last month, Bardem responds, all wide-eyed and poker-faced, “Where did you see that?” And Judi Dench, when pressed on the future prospects of her character, M, only states that, “I’m just happy to get to the next job.”
But this movie is obviously not going to be Bond-gone-minimalistic: At one point, I spot a half-built helicopter sitting quietly nearby on set.
As for the general story line of "Skyfall," that has been kept under wraps, as well. Nevertheless, I eventually got a tiny hint when my group of fellow journalists made a trip to the armory consultant, who revealed that there's a mixture of weaponry old and new on this film, with one character, Kincade (Albert Finney), displaying a penchant for the more classical firearms. (Sounds like utter trash and it will not come close to MI:4 box office numbers and it will be deemed a colossal bore and not Bondian.)
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