Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by Mach5, Jul 11, 2017.
Funnily, Honor Blackman used that font on her book.
And it looks as though they'll have to pay Grindstone Entertainment a hefty sum, as No Time to Die was already used for the title of a Steven Seagal DTV flick a few years ago.
Okay, I made that up, but you wondered, didn't you!
The Living Dielights?
Don't joke, Barbara Broccoli may need to pay herself https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No_Time_to_Die_(1958_film)
Ahhhh, so they based the title off a film her dad produced prior to Bond, with a ton of those same filmmakers who would go onto work for Bond.
I’ll have to check it out sometime.
Diemonds are Forever?
Given the Bond/Fleming/Jamaica context and title - will we get a McCartneyesque title song, or a classy Bassey?
Blocked and reported for a personal attack
For Your Dies Only?
The Die Who Loved Me?...
To hell with rhymes, it’s all about You Only DIE Twice!
*Cartman voice* I hate you guys.
A Die to a Kill?
People asked that during the run of 1968's "The Prisoner"...
and they loathed that reveal too!
Dang. "The Spy Who Loved Me"'s Lotus is drooling in envy over that! It does look a little too sci-fi, whereas the Lotus just about looked "Bondish" while sporty.
Sci-fi... like SeaQuest DSV.
Pierce Bronsan thinks there should be a female Bond but also recognizes that it probably won't happen anytime soon because of the Broccolis.
“Yes! I think we’ve watched the guys do it for the last 40 years, get out of the way, guys, and put a woman up there. I think it would be exhilarating, it would be exciting.” Still, he doesn’t think such a change will take place anytime soon. “I don’t think that’s going to happen with the Broccolis. I don’t think that is going to happen under their watch.”
Yeah, I think the Broccolis are the biggest thing standing in the way of any sort of progress with Bond (black, female, whatever). Remember, it was Barbara who relegated "Surrender" to the end credits of Tomorrow Never Dies (even though David Arnold used it as the movie's theme in its actual score) and saddled us with that drecky Sheryl Crow song instead, because k.d. lang was a lesbian "less well-known."
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