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  • Matt SMatt S Oh Cult Voodoo ShopPosts: 6,529MI6 Agent
    I really like that logo. It's much different than anything we've seen in a while, and it's refreshing. The title is one of the better of the titles we've heard. Brings back the feeling of a Brosnan title or a Gardner title. It's not Fleming, but it has a Bond sound.
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  • Miles MesservyMiles Messervy Posts: 1,575MI6 Agent
    Matt S wrote:
    I really like that logo. It's much different than anything we've seen in a while, and it's refreshing. The title is one of the better of the titles we've heard. Brings back the feeling of a Brosnan title or a Gardner title. It's not Fleming, but it has a Bond sound.

    Agreed! I thought immediately of Gardner, and in a good way. The teaser was also cool.
  • LoeffelholzLoeffelholz The United States, With LovePosts: 8,854Quartermasters
    I like it! :007)
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  • SomeoneSomeone Posts: 1,345MI6 Agent
    Not a huge change from A Reason to die, but I like it.

    I wonder if Nolan's repeated use of the word time in his Tenet trailer had any influence?

    That font seems very retro to me. 1970s maybe?

    I think it's a version of the Modernist Stencil font.
    http://www.identifont.com/similar?1WCQ
  • Matt SMatt S Oh Cult Voodoo ShopPosts: 6,529MI6 Agent
    Someone wrote:
    Not a huge change from A Reason to die, but I like it.

    I wonder if Nolan's repeated use of the word time in his Tenet trailer had any influence?

    That font seems very retro to me. 1970s maybe?

    I think it's a version of the Modernist Stencil font.
    http://www.identifont.com/similar?1WCQ

    It's a stencil-type typeface, but it's considerably different from Modernist Stencil. My guess is that this typeface dates to 2019 and was created for the logo.
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  • bonded123bonded123 Posts: 291MI6 Agent
    edited August 2019
    Not sure why people like it.

    We've had

    LIVE AND LET DIE
    TOMORROW NEVER DIES
    DIE ANOTHER DAY

    so what makes

    NO TIME TO DIE

    feel remotely fresh, inspiring, original? Meh. 8-) Zero creativity. Kinda pathetic. (sorry to be come over harsh, just my honest opinion) Let's hope the film is better than its generic title!
  • Matt SMatt S Oh Cult Voodoo ShopPosts: 6,529MI6 Agent
    bonded123 wrote:
    Not sure why people like it.

    We've had

    LIVE AND LET DIE
    TOMORROW NEVER DIES
    DIE ANOTHER DAY

    so what makes

    NO TIME TO DIE

    feel remotely fresh, inspiring, original? Meh. 8-) Zero creativity. Kinda pathetic. (sorry to be come over harsh, just my honest opinion) Let's hope the film is better than its generic title!

    At least it has more to it than Spectre, and it doesn't give away anything like Spectre did.
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  • ThunderpussyThunderpussy Behind you !Posts: 63,697MI6 Agent
    " No Time to Die " sponsored by Omega ? ;)
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  • SomeoneSomeone Posts: 1,345MI6 Agent
    This wine investment fund is either legit or someone is going to get sued for using the IP of EON Productions and MGM. Anybody have a spare 3 million?
    https://www.invest-wine.info/well-have-what-james-bond-is-having/
  • John Francis KennedyJohn Francis Kennedy South lanarkshire, ScotlandPosts: 88MI6 Agent
    I think ‘die’ will always be part of bond, and one word titles aswell obviously, ‘Risico’ for bond 26?
  • SomeoneSomeone Posts: 1,345MI6 Agent
    I think ‘die’ will always be part of bond, and one word titles aswell obviously, ‘Risico’ for bond 26?

    I'd be happy to put 3 million on Risico NEVER being a Bond title. They've had plenty of opportunities and it hasn't happened.
  • HardyboyHardyboy Posts: 5,765Chief of Staff
    Someone wrote:
    I think ‘die’ will always be part of bond, and one word titles aswell obviously, ‘Risico’ for bond 26?

    I'd be happy to put 3 million on Risico NEVER being a Bond title. They've had plenty of opportunities and it hasn't happened.

    Suggest we end this. . .the topic of the thread is FACTUAL news.
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  • ShatterfangShatterfang Posts: 533MI6 Agent
    Someone wrote:
    I think ‘die’ will always be part of bond, and one word titles aswell obviously, ‘Risico’ for bond 26?

    I'd be happy to put 3 million on Risico NEVER being a Bond title. They've had plenty of opportunities and it hasn't happened.

    It may be hard to sell an italian word nobody knows. Maybe they could do a variant with risk in the title, like the bloodstone song 'risk it all'.
  • John Francis KennedyJohn Francis Kennedy South lanarkshire, ScotlandPosts: 88MI6 Agent
    Someone wrote:
    I think ‘die’ will always be part of bond, and one word titles aswell obviously, ‘Risico’ for bond 26?

    I'd be happy to put 3 million on Risico NEVER being a Bond title. They've had plenty of opportunities and it hasn't happened.

    It may be hard to sell an italian word nobody knows. Maybe they could do a variant with risk in the title, like the bloodstone song 'risk it all'.


    Ye I assumed it was Italian originally but then I heard it on a Dutch tv show (black widow?) did some digging, turns out it’s used quite widely.
  • Number24Number24 NorwayPosts: 17,920MI6 Agent
    "Risiko" is a different spelling, but the title will work fine in the huge Danish and Norwegian markets.
  • John Francis KennedyJohn Francis Kennedy South lanarkshire, ScotlandPosts: 88MI6 Agent
    It’s ‘Risico’ in Holland, I know there’s regional variations.
  • DutchJamesBondFanDutchJamesBondFan the NetherlandsPosts: 398MI6 Agent
    It’s ‘Risico’ in Holland, I know there’s regional variations.

    I can understand this word sounds appealing for someone who doesn't really know the context, but as a Dutch person it's kind of bland. I like Skyfall, because it's short as well but it has a mystery around it. Risico as a Dutch person could also be about someone who's late to catch a train. I do like the title No Time To Die though.
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  • HalfMonk HalfHitmanHalfMonk HalfHitman USAPosts: 1,965MI6 Agent
    When I was in Amsterdam and walking to see the little bridge, there was a docked boat near it named RISICO. :shrug
  • JarvioJarvio EnglandPosts: 4,206MI6 Agent
    How about if they used Risico with something added? Mount Risico or something like that
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  • Number24Number24 NorwayPosts: 17,920MI6 Agent

    The marketing company Onkabatse has been hires to promote NTTD from August 1st.

    Something has to go really bad for he release date to change again, in my opinion.

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