SPECTRE

Thursday, December 4, 2014

I Still Say It Should Have Been Called The Hildebrandt Rarity...

336 days...

6 comments:

  1. Why does it take year to make a Bond movie, but two or three to make a DC movie?

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  2. I suppose a DC movie would require more CGI/special effects. Plus, the Eon folks aren't cowardly cutlets like WB...

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  3. I certainly could have come up with another title, but I still think this one works. The producers behind the James Bond series finally got the rights to the name SPECTRE and the Blofeld character so I'm not surprised as to why they chose to name their film that.

    There's a whole 50-year battle between this guy Kevin McClory who co-wrote Thunderball with Ian Fleming, but when Fleming published it as a book, he only gave the credit to himself. So, McClory rightfully sued him and kept the rights to the character and organization to himself. Never Say Never Again was made because of this legal dispute. That's why the film had no Gun Barrell or Bond Theme. Now, this message isn't directed towards you Snell, as I know you know everything I'm talking about. Mainly to some of the new members or viewers on here.

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  4. Hey Snell, what do you think about the car?

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  5. It looks lovely enough. I'll reserve judgement until i see it in action, lest it turns out to be a turkey, like the BMW in Goldeneye...

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  6. Potential spoiler alert, but here are some juicy tidbits of script and emails from the Sony hack: http://defamer.gawker.com/new-bond-script-leaks-execs-scrambling-to-fix-awful-en-1670479885/all

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