No Time To Die wardrobe: possible spoilers

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  • LuciusNightmareLuciusNightmare Posts: 93MI6 Agent
    Would have been cool to see Bond wear a leather jacket again. I think Daniel could have pulled off this Saint Laurent jacket

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  • CommandantCommandant Posts: 1,269MI6 Agent
    That's a beautiful leather jacket!
  • MikeG77MikeG77 Posts: 1,560MI6 Agent
    I know where you keep your gun!
  • armenianmoviemanarmenianmovieman The 818Posts: 477MI6 Agent
    Would have been cool to see Bond wear a leather jacket again. I think Daniel could have pulled off this Saint Laurent jacket

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    Even though it's denim, this SNL promo is as close as we'll get to a black jacket for a while!

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    And super off topic, but while YSL has come up, if anyone can help me hunt down a certain YSL Hawaiian shirt please send me a PM!
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  • LuciusNightmareLuciusNightmare Posts: 93MI6 Agent
    I like that look. It's very modern and cool. His look during the initial bout of publishing NTTD was v strong.

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    Also, new interviews with Suttirat Larlarb below:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKCj_PNOw28
    https://www.globe-trotter.com/journal/no-time-to-die-the-official-luggage-collection/

    Not much on NTTD, but I think I'd rank her at the bottom of my Craig-era designers (Though perhaps that's unfair, as I haven't actually seen the NTTD costumes on screen but they have to do a lot of work to convince me. Though having said that, the finale outfit is possibly Craig's best look during his entire run....)

    My list goes:

    1.) Louise Frogley
    2.) Jany Temine
    3.) Lindy Hemming
    4.) Suttirat

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  • goneontheroadgoneontheroad Posts: 140MI6 Agent
    if anyone can identify McQueen's shoes here, that might be a lead as to what boots Craig is wearing with the RGT jacket in the garage.

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    they're probably Palladiums!
  • JTMJTM Posts: 2,962MI6 Agent
    Was catching up on the SNL ep from mid-Dec and I might be wrong but it looks like Michael Che was wearing the NTTD TF navy glen plaid suit on Weekend Update.

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  • Cg23Cg23 Posts: 76MI6 Agent
    I like that look. It's very modern and cool. His look during the initial bout of publishing NTTD was v strong.

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    Also, new interviews with Suttirat Larlarb below:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKCj_PNOw28
    https://www.globe-trotter.com/journal/no-time-to-die-the-official-luggage-collection/

    Not much on NTTD, but I think I'd rank her at the bottom of my Craig-era designers (Though perhaps that's unfair, as I haven't actually seen the NTTD costumes on screen but they have to do a lot of work to convince me. Though having said that, the finale outfit is possibly Craig's best look during his entire run....)

    My list goes:

    1.) Louise Frogley
    2.) Jany Temine
    3.) Lindy Hemming
    4.) Suttirat

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    The cashmere blazer is incredible as well as that entire outfit. I remember seeing the photos of him wearing it for that event and then wearing the cashmere shirt again for snl promos and the opening monologue. Such a great look. Also, cashmere knit button down shirt is so different but fantastic. Had never seen that. Instantly went on the hunt for a similar look.
  • crazycanuckcrazycanuck Posts: 9MI6 Agent
    Has anyone here actually gotten a pair of sage green or coyote coloured Danners and dyed them black? Long story short, I found a super good price for a pair of sage green Danner steel toes that I want to use for work. Only problem is, work only allows brown, tan, or black boots. Thought "Hey maybe I can just dye them!" and here I am lol
  • Matt SMatt S Oh Cult Voodoo ShopPosts: 6,525MI6 Agent
    JTM wrote:
    Was catching up on the SNL ep from mid-Dec and I might be wrong but it looks like Michael Che was wearing the NTTD TF navy glen plaid suit on Weekend Update.

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    Nice suit, and it does look much like it. The shoulders are throwing me off a bit. They don't have Tom Ford's shoulder expression, though the dry cleaner could have messed it up.
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  • drum007drum007 New York, NYPosts: 655MI6 Agent
    In case you haven't heard, several articles online talk about reshoots now, in order to update products in the film from Nokia, Omega, Bollinger and ADIDAS(?!!). I wonder if the Ultraboost 20 will be featured in the film?

    https://www.gsmarena.com/james_bond_film_no_time_to_die_further_delayed_to_reshoot_nokia_product_placements-news-47416.php
  • Victor BVictor B Posts: 303MI6 Agent
    drum007 wrote:
    In case you haven't heard, several articles online talk about reshoots now, in order to update products in the film from Nokia, Omega, Bollinger and ADIDAS(?!!). I wonder if the Ultraboost 20 will be featured in the film?

    https://www.gsmarena.com/james_bond_film_no_time_to_die_further_delayed_to_reshoot_nokia_product_placements-news-47416.php

    Interesting! Curious to know what updates are they going to bring in regards to the Omega watches...
  • emtiememtiem SurreyPosts: 4,152MI6 Agent
    Why would they need to update it for Bollinger? Have they redesigned champagne in the last year? :)) Omega seems hugely unlikely too unless they're going to suddenly stop selling their NTTD watch, and why would they do that when the very reason they designed it in the first place hasn't been seen yet? The Sun most likely just invented most of the story.
    It's only the Nokia that makes sense if they've got a new phone.
  • kaddkadd Posts: 887MI6 Agent
    Victor B wrote:
    drum007 wrote:
    In case you haven't heard, several articles online talk about reshoots now, in order to update products in the film from Nokia, Omega, Bollinger and ADIDAS(?!!). I wonder if the Ultraboost 20 will be featured in the film?

    https://www.gsmarena.com/james_bond_film_no_time_to_die_further_delayed_to_reshoot_nokia_product_placements-news-47416.php

    Interesting! Curious to know what updates are they going to bring in regards to the Omega watches...

    V2 of the mesh bracelet...the one that doesn’t break :))
  • emtiememtiem SurreyPosts: 4,152MI6 Agent
    It won't need reshoots to replace a phone.
  • welshboy78welshboy78 Posts: 9,856MI6 Agent
    emtiem wrote:
    It won't need reshoots to replace a phone.

    CGI I guess.

    Imagine Nokia won't want to pay product placement for a 2 year old discontinued phone :))
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  • emtiememtiem SurreyPosts: 4,152MI6 Agent
    I think it's less them paying, more that they promote the film in their tie-in advertising, and there's not much point in, as you say, advertising a 2 year-old phone.
    I suspect that Bollinger have not stopped making champagne and replaced it with 'Champers Zero' or something, so the articles making this out to be a big deal are a bit hysterical.
  • Monsieur Le ChiffreMonsieur Le Chiffre LondonPosts: 83MI6 Agent
    edited January 28
    welshboy78 wrote:
    emtiem wrote:
    It won't need reshoots to replace a phone.

    CGI I guess.

    Imagine Nokia won't want to pay product placement for a 2 year old discontinued phone :))

    Let's hope they do a better job of the phone than they did with Craig's hands in SF, otherwise he could end up like Dom Joly :))
    "Mr. Beech... or is that Bond? I am a little confused."
  • emtiememtiem SurreyPosts: 4,152MI6 Agent
    welshboy78 wrote:
    emtiem wrote:
    It won't need reshoots to replace a phone.

    CGI I guess.

    Imagine Nokia won't want to pay product placement for a 2 year old discontinued phone :))

    Let's hope they do a better job of the phone than they did with Craig's hands in SF, otherwise he could end up like Dom Joly :))

    What's wrong with them? If it's true that they did replace them I can't even spot it.

    We were just talking about this in the other NTTD thread.
  • HalfMonk HalfHitmanHalfMonk HalfHitman USAPosts: 1,958MI6 Agent
    They did such a good job of replacing them in the Patrice scene that people didn't even notice and just assume the casino hands "don't look right" :))
  • emtiememtiem SurreyPosts: 4,152MI6 Agent
    Oh the casino fight, of course; I forgot that people believed that story. There are even set photos of Craig shooting that scene where you can see he was very much not wearing gloves. His hands look utterly normal, because they are.
  • Monsieur Le ChiffreMonsieur Le Chiffre LondonPosts: 83MI6 Agent
    emtiem wrote:
    Oh the casino fight, of course; I forgot that people believed that story. There are even set photos of Craig shooting that scene where you can see he was very much not wearing gloves. His hands look utterly normal, because they are.

    Nope, very much the Patrice fight scene.

    This part in particular;

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    To my eye it is off and looks a little bit like Chubbs' hand from Happy Gilmore. But we all have different opinions, there is nothing wrong with that.
    "Mr. Beech... or is that Bond? I am a little confused."
  • emtiememtiem SurreyPosts: 4,152MI6 Agent
    I don't know Happy Gilmore, but you're saying that hand is comically big, like Joly's phone? Really struggling to see what you're seeing here.

    This is something which leapt out at you in the cinema?
  • Westward_DriftWestward_Drift Posts: 2,491MI6 Agent
    Yet Bond is wearing gloves when Patrice falls to his death.
  • Monsieur Le ChiffreMonsieur Le Chiffre LondonPosts: 83MI6 Agent
    emtiem wrote:
    I don't know Happy Gilmore, but you're saying that hand is comically big, like Joly's phone? Really struggling to see what you're seeing here.

    This is something which leapt out at you in the cinema?

    It is not so much the size.

    I apologise, the Dom Joly reference will make it seem as though I was referring to that, but I mean the fact that it looks out of place. When I watch that scene, when he opens the door and passes through it, his body rotates slightly, but his hand doesn't. Again this may just be to my eye, but once I have seen it I cannot unseen it. JUST MY OPINION
    "Mr. Beech... or is that Bond? I am a little confused."
  • emtiememtiem SurreyPosts: 4,152MI6 Agent
    His hand does turn as he moves through the door? Only very slightly, but it's not static. And don't forget that we don't even know for certain that it's true that they have been replaced anyway.

    I don't think you can mock it as being a bad job when we can't even tell if it's actually been done or not.
  • Monsieur Le ChiffreMonsieur Le Chiffre LondonPosts: 83MI6 Agent
    emtiem wrote:
    His hand does turn as he moves through the door? Only very slightly, but it's not static. And don't forget that we don't even know for certain that it's true that they have been replaced anyway.

    I don't think you can mock it as being a bad job when we can't even tell if it's actually been done or not.

    It's not deep mate, it was a joke. Sorry it offended you so much.
    "Mr. Beech... or is that Bond? I am a little confused."
  • emtiememtiem SurreyPosts: 4,152MI6 Agent
    edited January 29
    I'm hardly offended. Jokes are just usually better if they make sense; just my opinion.
  • Monsieur Le ChiffreMonsieur Le Chiffre LondonPosts: 83MI6 Agent
    emtiem wrote:
    I'm hardly offended. Jokes are just usually better if they make sense; just my opinion.

    I am glad that I haven't offended, I always thought that I had a good eye, further evidenced by the fact I loved your poster! Shall we call a truce now and stop sabotaging the subject of the thread :)) -{
    "Mr. Beech... or is that Bond? I am a little confused."
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