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Post by Daskedusken » Wed Aug 27, 2008 10:10 am

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Post by Daskedusken » Wed Aug 27, 2008 10:11 am

`Another Way To Die` tipped to feature on X Factor Live

Alicia Keys and White Stripes frontman Jack White have been lined up to appear on a special Bond-themed X Factor live show - reports Digital Spy.

The pair have agreed to give a performance of their duet 'Another Way to Die', which is being used as the theme for forthcoming 007 movie Quantum of Solace.

Meanwhile, the show's finalists will be asked to belt out other Bond theme tunes, including Madonna's 'Die Another Day' and Shirley Bassey's 'Goldfinger'.

An insider told The Sun: "It's going to be brilliant. All the judges can wear black tie and we'll have a live orchestra. There are some great songs for the finalists to choose from.

http://www.mi6.co.uk/news/index.php?itemid=6662
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Post by Elvenstar » Wed Aug 27, 2008 10:57 am

Aragorn wrote:`Another Way To Die` tipped to feature on X Factor Live
Alicia Keys and White Stripes frontman Jack White have been lined up to appear on a special Bond-themed X Factor live show - reports Digital Spy.
The pair have agreed to give a performance of their duet 'Another Way to Die', which is being used as the theme for forthcoming 007 movie Quantum of Solace.
Meanwhile, the show's finalists will be asked to belt out other Bond theme tunes, including Madonna's 'Die Another Day' and Shirley Bassey's 'Goldfinger'.
An insider told The Sun: "It's going to be brilliant. All the judges can wear black tie and we'll have a live orchestra. There are some great songs for the finalists to choose from.
http://www.mi6.co.uk/news/index.php?itemid=6662
I have no idea about X factor so can you post some videos of the singers. If Im not mistaken this kind of show featured Leona Lewis or something like this in the past :?: We have this kind of show here in RF but its just unwatchable as these guys have no voice or charisma 2 them... I hope in the UK its a bit different. These songs are brilliant and could be spoilt by bad voices... Im really looking forward 2 seeing them on Utube sometime (and if by any chance someone performs U know my name I'll be very pleased:!: )

As for my hunt 4 spoilers continue I found another one (maybe just a false rumour from IMDB) about QOS 104 min runtime. I really hope its actually false.
I dont think the death of Fields was a spoiler though. Its been known 4 a while :?
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Post by Germangirl » Wed Aug 27, 2008 7:03 pm

Sazza wrote:I am so buying Empire when it comes out!!
Sorry to all you US ladies who have to wait until 14 Nov to get Bond. I don't think I would be able to cope!! :(
Empire managed to get some coverage for it's James Bond feature in the London Paper this evening - the magazine goes on sale tomorrow in the UK apparently. Good PR those chaps.
The top notch acting in the Weisz/Craig/Spall 'Betrayal' is emotionally true, often v funny and its beautifully staged with filmic qualities..

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Post by Laredo » Wed Aug 27, 2008 9:03 pm

Who else knew that Agent Fields dies ? I knew someone died just not who .
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Post by sigl » Wed Aug 27, 2008 11:08 pm

I didn't even know that someone dies! I must be really out of the loop right now!!!
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Post by bumblebee » Wed Aug 27, 2008 11:17 pm

laredo wrote:Who else knew that Agent Fields dies ? I knew someone died just not who .
Really, I thought it was Matthis. Oh well, no more Pam Ewing hair styles to enjoy from Agent Fields then.

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Post by cornell01 » Thu Aug 28, 2008 12:50 am

laredo wrote:Who else knew that Agent Fields dies ? I knew someone died just not who .
I think it was back in January - that first news conference from Pinewood when DC and producers did the first interviews from the sets - that someone said Agent Fields dies "a sticky death." Speculation abounds on what that means.

There is an early photograph (from when they were filming in Panama) of Mathis slumped in Bond's arms. Hence, the rumors that Mathis dies.

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Post by Laredo » Thu Aug 28, 2008 1:05 am

Hey Cornell , Do you get the Ion channel? They are showing Timothy Dalton in Scarlett ( the sequal to GWTW) next week on Sun 9/7.
You like Tim didn't you ?

Sigi someone always dies ...and quite often the good guys do, mostly girls though .
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Post by Dunda » Thu Aug 28, 2008 4:09 am

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Daniel Craig stresses new Bond bears little relation to Bourne trilogy Printer friendly version
Quantum of Solace star Daniel Craig has stressed that the new James Bond film bears little relation to the Bourne trilogy.

Matt Damon's role as the amnesiac secret agent revolutionised the action genre and was held to be a refreshing change to the style of the Bond franchise.

And with Bourne trilogy stunt director Dan Bradley working on the 22nd Bond movie as second unit director, comparisons between the series of films are likely to continue.

Speaking to Empire magazine, Craig admitted that Bradley's visual work was impressive, saying: "Images of his stayed with me: the car accident in Adaptation, the milk truck crashing in Three Kings, not to forget the Bourne stuff for a second."

But he denied Quantum of Solace was a competitor to the Bourne trilogy, saying: "Dan's here to do exactly what he's good at doing.

"He's just come off Indiana Jones, Are we going to be more like Indiana Jones?

"We're applying Dan's talents to this movie."

Craig added: "Sorry to be political about it but I'm certainly not going to get into a p*****g competition with the Bourne fans."



source: http://www.inthenews.co.uk/entertainmen ... 238181.htm
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Post by cornell01 » Thu Aug 28, 2008 4:19 am

laredo wrote:Hey Cornell , Do you get the Ion channel? They are showing Timothy Dalton in Scarlett ( the sequal to GWTW) next week on Sun 9/7.
You like Tim didn't you ? .
Oh, phooey! No, I don't get the Ion channel. And, yes, I do like Timothy Dalton. I think that's when I first got into the Bond movies - when Timothy Dalton took on the role in TLD. In fact, I still like that Aha song.

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Post by Elvenstar » Thu Aug 28, 2008 10:01 am

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laredo wrote:Who else knew that Agent Fields dies ? I knew someone died just not who .
I think it was back in January - that first news conference from Pinewood when DC and producers did the first interviews from the sets - that someone said Agent Fields dies "a sticky death." Speculation abounds on what that means.

There is an early photograph (from when they were filming in Panama) of Mathis slumped in Bond's arms. Hence, the rumors that Mathis dies.
http://debrief.commanderbond.net/index. ... opic=48791
Basic non confirmed plotline.

I found out about the way Fields dies inside the production notes. In an interview Gemma rveals the filming of her death on the 1st :!: day of her filming

Her full interview (translated by online translator)
“ITS LIFE FINISHES TO MOVE FOREVER”
Gemma Arterton - Agent Fields

Gemma Arterton speaks concerning its personage, the agent Fields, and on what it differentiates it of the typical one femme fatal generally associated to the films of Bond. “The agent Fields works for the MI6. It tries to be professional and if she takes the serious one very, but she is ingenuous, what she becomes it a funny personage. Fields if judges capable to control Bond and constructs false impersonation, but it soon pulls down, then she has something of very real in it. Fields is not one femme fatal, a powerful and beautiful woman, it are sufficiently natural and somebody with who you can identify yourself.”

Arterton had to film the scene of its death in its first day in set, and it speaks concerning this experience. “Fields is assassinated by the outlaws. It looks for to save Bond distracting them, but they know that she was it and they kill it drowned in oil. It is found naked in the bed that had shared with James Bond in the previous night. The filming of this scene was brilliant, even so has been one in such a way stranger. I was taken to set e dived in oil and I needed to be there for almost two hours. I did not obtain to move myself, did not enxergava nothing, did not obtain to breathe right nor to hear nothing, because the oil entered in my ears. At that moment, I found that something was well ackward, but later I thought that this is something which forever I go to remember and that it will be a icônica part of the film.”

Just-exit of the course of Scenic Arts, Arterton describes what it happened when it knew that she had conquered the paper: “When I made my test of camera, I found that it had IDO very badly. Then, some weeks later, I was twirling a film in the way it sea, in Gibraltar, filming with a diving equipment, when I received a linking from my agent cantarolando the subject of James Bond for the telephone. I never go to forget. My colleague of scene if capsized for me with tears in the eyes and said, `This is a marcante moment in its life. Its life finishes to move forever and I was present when this happened'. Thinking about this now, the way of my test, `Nobody Does It Better' he touched in the radio of my car, then I find that he was something that was predestined.”

“The difference between working in a film of Bond and in excessively is the time of that we make use. It has an enormous attention to each detail. In a film of Bond, one day entire is dedicated to an only scene, to guarantee that it has left perfect. All are best in what they make, then, I were sufficiently distrustful, since I am new in everything this. Michael and Barbara [ the producers] are wonderful. A film of Bond is surrounded of great expectations and them they know how much this can be intimidante. They understand this and in they support them. Whenever they saw me paralyzed, them they looked for to encourage to me, to give security to me, what it very facilitated to the work of all the involved ones.”

Beyond the support of the producers, Arterton if felt insurance at the hands of the director, Marc Forster. “Marc understands well what she is to be actor, she is experienced and she very trusts all we. It believes our talent and that we know what we are making with our personages. Marc in the ones of the freedom to make our work and adjusts our performance. It does not need to speak excessively to obtain what he wants, it says only one thing, in the fly. To the end, it he has a great confidence in all we and you feel that she is in good hands.”

Louise Frogley, the figurinista, made question to count on the participation of Arterton in the choice of the wardrobe adjusted for Fields. “I wise person do not eat I would be my figurinos - originally, they wanted that my appearance was careta and composed well, but we also wanted to give to my personage a wild and irreverent air that reflected the personage, who tries to be something that it is not capable to support. In one determined scene, it it dresses one trench coat, but it does not use nothing underneath. That is, it seems to be arranged well, but she is vulgar at the same time! The same thing happens with the figurino of the party, then, the style of my wardrobe is perfect for my personage. My dress of the party is pretty, well to the style Audrey Hepburn, but he is something that Bond had bought for me, then really is of good quality. It is a Prada that falls me as a glove. It has a great bow in the front, is deloused, but he is well attractive.”

“The choice of the figurinos well was amused. I find that Marc had well defined ideas, as well as everybody has an idea of as they find that a Bond Girl he must be, but I made question that my personage had an original and realistic appearance. Very he was amused to try all those clothes, and in the choice of the dress, the staff of the department of figurinos spoke in cutting some pieces of the dress of a side and amending others of another one - and inside of my head, I cried out: ‘Mas é um Prada!’ Até no meu teste de câmera eu usei um vestido Dolce & Gabbana que eles cortaram para ajustar ao meu tamanho – e olha que era apenas o teste de câmera!”

To work with Daniel Craig was one of the high points for Arterton. “Daniel was shining, it is really one legal face. Of beginning, I was very nervous, because I had seen it in 007 CASINO ROYALE (CASINO ROYALE), but when you know it, it is very sensible, generous, and us we laugh very. He has been excellent.”
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“I NEVER DOUBTED THAT WE WOULD MAKE AN EXCELLENT FILM”

Daniel Craig - James Bond

Daniel Craig reprisa o papel de James Bond depois do enorme sucesso de 007 CASINO ROYALE (CASINO ROYALE), that it marked its estréia in the paper of agent 007, in 2006. “Nor it seems that I stow far. I became involved myself for a well bigger time of this time and already he worked in 007 QUANTUM OF SOLACE for about three months before the beginning the filmings. A film of Bond is a gigantic part of machinery that, to be ece of fish in functioning, requires an extraordinary moment and much propulsion. We demons the initial kick soon after the Christmas and everything started if to incase in its due places.”

After the innumerable records beaten with the success of 007 CASINO ROYALE, Craig not underestimation nor a little the task that waits it. “I do not find that this film will be more easy, seems until more difficult. A great expectation hangs on our shoulders of this time, what it can be a knife of two gumes. We need to make a film better still. All always comment the fact of 007 CASINO ROYALE to have been an innovation with relation to the filmografia of Bond, and this necessary film to innovate one more time. We have in the direction Marc Forster, who is one cineasta extremely visual, and as managing of the second unit Dan Bradley, that films scenes of action in shining way and extracts of them the maximum of its potential, and the combination of these two talentos is our great trunfo: we contract the biggest artists who we could to make optimum possible Bond film. All are very enthusiastic with the perspective to create something different. We are giving continuity to the history of the last film, however exploring things different. Marc (Forster) possesss a well different point of view with regard to the film and I am, personally, sufficiently empolgado with this.”

007 QUANTUM OF SOLACE it is the first direct continuation of a film of the series James Bond, as Craig explains: “We find that we needed to decide the points that had been hanging to the end of 007 CASINO ROYALE e also to inform the public that we are making new films of Bond. For me, it is treated to create something that has proper life, but being joined the two films, you will have an incredible experience, therefore it will have a continuous history.”

Craig elaborates concerning its professional relationship with Marc Forster: “I and Marc in the demons very well as soon as in know them. I never had doubts of that, if we in joined them and used to advantage the ideas and emotions one of the other, we would make an excellent film. This is the main point on which we two always spoke and we are in one same tunning. Marc is, obviously, under an uncommon pressure, on account of the expectations, the budget, the locations, the climatic changes, the list is infindável, but we need to follow ahead and we have to raise this film to a new platform and to make an independent film of the last one. Not because we want to change some thing, and yes because it is important to keep the spirit of newness and innovation. Marc has been firm how much to this, and I am extremely happy with the way as it dived deep.”

007 QUANTUM OF SOLACE he promises to have the double of action scenes and Craig hugged the chance to train for they, aiming at to make proper it the biggest number of scenes that the production to allow. “We already start the all vapor. The 0 variable in a film are as much as this. In certain way, everything still is newness for me, but you need to work with security and to try to obtain the biggest possible time for the assays and the training of the action scenes. sets many dangerous times are complicated and, therefore we need to make right all the marks, the time all, and wait that this adds value to the end item still more.”

007 QUANTUM OF SOLACE it was filmed in more countries of what any another film of the surmounting, and Craig explains why: “I find that the responsibility of the films of Bond is to take the spectator the new places. It is important to see this personage going the emotive places and in making to see them the world in a different way. For me, when I age boy, the films of Bond carried me one another world. It was important to know locations different and to see as the world is wonderful and diverse. If this was the only reason to make this new film, us already was successful.”

Daniel Craig integrated the process of escalação of the cast and if he remembers the search of the actress certain to interpret Camille: “To find women pretty who are good actresses he can be complicated, but already to the end of the election process, Olga was perfect in the hearing, it was fantastic. It is an excellent actress, beyond pretty, then, everything was incased. It has a fantastic frieza and a distanciamento, that are really essential to its paper, because as much it how much Bond is in a revenge day. They become partners the contrataste and this becomes its interesting relation still more, especially because we are retaking the history of 007 CASINO ROYALE where Bond if got passionate and was traído. This had an enormous impact on it and is explored in this new film, then, to know one another woman and if to get passionate did not make no direction absolutely.” Said this, Bond still thus has fun sufficiently with the agent Fields, interpreted for Gemma Arterton. “The personage of Gemma is excellent and it she dives deep in the personage. It is an agent who, at a first moment, seems lost, but is more intelligent of what we imagine initially and if unites the Bond. It hurt and is unbalanced, and there, happily, Gemma appears”

The French actor, Mathieu Amalric, interpret Dominic Greene, the villain of Bond. “Mathieu is a sensational actor and the villains of Bond very need to be intelligent. It is not a wild scientist nor an academic maluco trying to dominate the world for intermediary of science. It is simply an aggressive man with an intellect highly developed that is using its talent to manipulate the people and if to possess of lands for the whole world while it will be able and will be alive. It does not import who hurts, nobody will interpose itself in its way. Mathieu esteve perfeito, ele entendeu totalmente o papel e foi fundo – é isso o que queremos de um vilão Bond.”

Although the arduous work, or perhaps exactly because of it, Craig if shows enthusiastic: “Incrivelmente I am excited with what we made and made an impression with the volume of the work that we carry through. We use as many locations, the film has a flaring appearance, and finds that we obtain something really special. Or better, I know that we create something really special.”
Olga's one

“IT IS MOTIVATED BY THE REVENGE”
Olga Kurylenko - Camille

Olga Kurylenko speaks concerning the personage who it interprets in 007 QUANTUM OF SOLACE. “Camille is a young with a tragic past - because its family was deceased ahead of its eyes when it was small. It suffered very and if she became a hard person for cause of this. It knows the man who decimated its family and is motivated by the revenge.”

“Camille intelligent, is focada and adept. It has the instruments to fight, but also she does not have fear to use its feminine charm. In the truth, exactly for being woman it is that nobody suspicion of it.”

“When it knows Bond, it nor it repairs in so definitive and intent it of who is in its mission of revenge, but, to the few, it understands exactly that they walk in the same direction, that its objectives is not accurately the same ones.”

“I do not find that Camille is typical `Bond girl'. It is one of only `Bond girls' in the history of the series that does not sleep with Bond! Camille is a strong personage, it she knows what she wants and she is determined.”

Kurylenko had of if submitting to an exhausting training for the sequences of action of the film, as proper it explains: “Later that I read the script, I was super empolgada. I adored the personage and adored to see to participate it of as many scenes of action. I perceived that I would very have work with weapons and risky scenes, piloting cars, jumping in free fall, and where more I would have the chance to make this? I trained with different people the work in each type of scene: the fights, the motor boat, the car. The team of action scenes helped me very, everything is a learning question and them they are good professors, everything very is well explained. In one determined occasion, in the scene of the party, Greene (interpreted for Mathieu Amalric) it would have to almost shoot me of the high one of a railing. I have fear of height and when vi set, I thought that never he would obtain to make that - I nor obtain to go until varanda of my apartment. But the team technique took me until up there and repasses the scene slowly. They had been so patient that I obtained to make the scene”

Kurylenko also alone has admiration and compliments stop with the director, Marc Forster: “Marc is very talentoso. I attended all the films of it and adored all they. It is an artist and has confidence in it. Either what it to say, I believes it, because I trust the vision of it. It dirige in a very subtle way, is not alone the action that matters, and yes the people and what they feel.”

In the paper of the co-protagonist of Daniel Craig, Kurylenko speaks concerning the work with agent 007: “He is excellent to work with Daniel. It is professional and has much concentration. It total is focado and serious with regard to the paper, but he has an excellent sense of mood - the funny jokes of it are muitíssimo. I believe that the success of Daniel when assuming the paper of James Bond if must to the fact of it be a great actor, but its appearance also is very important. It has a vigorous skill másculo and. The force of its look is incredible. I could feel this in a scene where it looked at for me and seemed to beach a ship me with its eyes - it is a very powerful look.”

Kurylenko also divides a long time in scene with the adversary of Bond in the film, Dominic Greene, interpreted for Mathieu Amalric: “Mathieu also is very careful with regard to its personage. The way is brilliant as it prevents the cliche, opting to not following the way most easy. It does not interpret a villain in obvious way. It is worried in disfarçar this, and I adore I work of it, therefore its villain is really appalling. Greene is very shy, very gentile and subtle e, suddenly, it occasions and of the one machete blow in its coasts. Mathieu is really making an excellent work.”

Other notes and interviews here
http://debrief.commanderbond.net/index. ... opic=48610
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Post by Laredo » Thu Aug 28, 2008 2:58 pm

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Post by Germangirl » Thu Aug 28, 2008 3:04 pm

Its great to have stuff pop up more often now. :D Thx Elvenstar. Here is some more...

BARBARA BROCCOLI & MICHAEL G.WILSON

BARBARA BROCCOLI AND MICHAEL G. WILSON, PRODUCERS, QUANTUM OF SOLACE.


There are times when watching Daniel Craig at work as James Bond can get a little nerve wracking for producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson.
Take Quantum of Solace, for instance, Craig’s second outing as 007, following his highly successful debut in the role in Casino Royale. Craig revels in doing as much of his own stunt work as he possibly can and one spectacular sequence features a blazing building where explosions are going off around Bond as he tries to escape.
It looks stunning. Filmed by director Marc Forster (Monster’s Ball, Finding Neverland, The Kite Runner), and meticulously planned by his team of special effects advisers and stunt co-ordinators, Craig, as Bond, was, of course, right at the heart of this extraordinary piece of cinema along with Olga Kurylenko, who plays Camille and Mathieu Amalric as Dominic Greene, the head of a shadowy organisation called Quantum.
Watching Craig and his co-stars on set at Pinewood Studios near London was, says Broccoli, a heart stopping, tense and thrilling experience.
“The thing about this movie is you will see Daniel doing stuff that you just won’t believe,” says Broccoli. “There are sequences in this film which are just spectacular and people will see him in these unbelievable situations.
“And the audience is very sophisticated these days, they can tell when you have CGI or use doubles or whatever. So the audience will see Daniel in these unbelievable situations.
“There’s a big fire sequence and you’ve never seen anything like it and Daniel’s in the middle of all of that along with Olga too and our leading villain, Mathieu. It’s unbelievable what they all did and the training they went through, the stunt and special effects guys were great support.
“In a film like Backdraft, which is phenomenal with fantastic effects, they were depicting firemen and they could use breathing apparatus and helmets – our actors had no protection. Or at least visually you don’t see any protection, obviously we had a lot of protection in place.


“We would be sitting there and Daniel would be in the thick of it and he would disappear. A fireball would go off and you are looking at several different cameras going ‘oh my God, where he is? Where is he? Oh there he is!’ And you know it was all day long for weeks on end.”
Brother and sister team Wilson and Broccoli are the keepers of the Bond flame and are both steeped in the history of the world’s longest running movie franchise. Their father, the legendary producer Albert R. (“Cubby”) Broccoli formed EON Productions and made the very first James Bond movie, Dr. No in 1962. Cubby Broccoli went on to produce a further 15 of the Bond films.

Wilson has now worked on 12 Bond films, dating back to Moonraker in 1979 when he served as an executive producer. Broccoli has also worked on 12 of the movies starting as an assistant director on Octopussy in 1983.
Their shared enthusiasm for the latest movie – Quantum of Solace is the 22nd in the series – is as strong as it was on the first they produced together, GoldenEye. As Wilson points out, they have a great leading man in Daniel Craig as 007 and the film is in the capable hands of a brilliant, innovative director in Marc Forster.
“I think for us Marc was a fairly obvious choice because he can tell a narrative, understands character and works well with actors,” explains Wilson. “And he has this great vision. So those are all the elements we admire in his films and want to have in our films. “The question about whether he could do action, well, we didn’t know that because it hasn’t been in his previous films but he has certainly turned out to be a great action director.

“And Daniel continues to go from strength to strength. He has done amazing work on this – he’s completely dedicated to it and throws himself into the role with such passion. We couldn’t be happier.”

And there is much more – a great interview

http://debrief.commanderbond.net/index. ... opic=48846
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The top notch acting in the Weisz/Craig/Spall 'Betrayal' is emotionally true, often v funny and its beautifully staged with filmic qualities..

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Post by Daskedusken » Thu Aug 28, 2008 3:36 pm

Thanks for posting, GG. Very nice.
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