If you were like us, you were up unti the wee hours of the morning last week, waiting for the first trailer for 'Skyfall' to make its way online. If you were like us, you were blown away by what looks like one of the most intense and visually stunning Bond films in recent memory, if not ever. If you were like us, you went through the whole thing frame by frame, trying to pull as many details as possible from every shot. Well, if you didn't, we did all of the hard work for you. We took an insanely close look at the trailer for 'Skyfall' so you didn't have to!
It's been four years since our last James Bond adventure. Four long years of re-watching the great 'Casino Royale,' complaining about how disappointing 'Quantum of Solace' was and waiting for MGM's legal difficulties to untangle themselves so the great 007 could return to the screen. Finally, the wait is over. 'Skyfall' is on the way and the first trailer looks fantastic.
Even before the release of 'Skyfall,' the producers of James Bond are so confident with the franchise that they've announced that they're planning on making a follow up in 2014. This isn't all that surprising as the Bond series has been going on for fifty years, and the last film made over a half a billion worldwide. Still, that's cojones.
The 23rd installment of the James Bond franchise, "Skyfall," hits theaters this November and the marketing push has already started with news about the trailer hitting next month and clips of the Bond girls posting online just a few days ago. now some brand new images from the film have gone online and they're pretty incredible looking.
November 9 is a a ways away right now, but we're already getting a lot about the latest James Bond film 'Skyfall.' Entertainment Tonight (which is still on the air) got to talk to the stars of the film about the making of the film, and got some behind the scenes footage of them shooting a chase scene in the London Underground.
Product placement -- stealthily advertising certain name-brand items by putting them on-screen in movies or TV shows -- has become so commonplace that many of us don't even think twice about it anymore.