Must Watch: 007 Doc, 'Skyfall' Opening Credits & Sound Featurette
by Ethan Anderton
November 15, 2012
It's the week after Skyfall already hit theaters and dominated the box office, but the James Bond goodies keep on coming like gadgets out of Q Branch. Yesterday, we let you try your hand at guessing the James Bond alphabet, but now we have three news videos for your pleasure. One is a feature length documentary called Everything or Nothing: The Untold Story of 007 from director Stevan Riley. It looks at the history of James Bond including the making of the now 23-film franchise that spawned from Ian Fleming's stories. In addition, we have a the opening credits to Skyfall with Adele's spellbinding theme song, and a very cool SoundWorks featurette with the sound mixing and editing crew. They're all worth watching now!
Here's the documentary Everything or Nothing: The Untold Story of 007, via The Film Stage:
And here you can re-live thosee gorgeous opening credits sequence from Sam Mendes' Skyfall by Daniel Kleinman, who has worked on every James Bond movie since GoldenEye except for Quantum of Solace:
And finally, here's the latest SoundWorks featurette for James Bond's Skyfall, posted via SlashFilm:
Skyfall is being directed by Sam Mendes (American Beauty, Road to Perdition, Jarhead, Revolutionary Road, Away We Go), from a script by John Logan, Neal Purvis and Robert Wade. Skyfall will once again star Daniel Craig as James Bond 007, along with Javier Bardem, Dame Judi Dench as M, Ralph Fiennes, Albert Finney, Naomie Harris, Bérénice Marlohe, Helen McCrory, Ola Rapace with Ben Whishaw. You can also follow the official twitter @007 for updates as well, they've been tweeting photos and more. Columbia Pictures, Eon Productions and MGM have Skyfall arriving in US theaters November 9th. Go see it now!
Correction: Kleinmann did not do the titles for Quantum of Solace. Those were designed by the studio MK12, who frequently work with QoS director Marc Forster.
Edward Curtis on Nov 15, 2012
Interesting, thanks for that correction. The information I read must have been inaccurate.
Ethan Anderton on Nov 15, 2012
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