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Sign In Register. Categories 9. August edited August in Bond Movies Posts: 1, August Posts: August Posts: 1, If one gets linked and its legit I'll bump it to first post, how many drafts do you think that went through anyway? August Posts: 2, I think it could be really interesting if we could post ALL scripts As educational resource, of course August Posts: 11, I actually love reading screenplays, so that is cool.
August Posts: 6, I would have been really interested to see how the title sequence in the script would have played out on screen. I just bought the official "shooting script" book of Zero Dark Thirty. That was quite a good read, well written.
Screenplays go through so many changes. It would be lovely to get our hands - I guess I mean take a look at with our eyes- the final scripts of any Bond film. I would especially like to see Craig's.
August edited August Posts: 3, Could explain a lot more about Fields and Mathis as far as key scenes being written and perhaps Forster being culpable for their omission. Great finds and thread idea oo7! MrBond Station S. SirHenryLeeChaChing wrote:. August Posts: 10, I've been doing some reading and checking various sources, and all that can be found is an amateur transcript of all the lines in the film.
This much I did find regarding the Haggis script that some of us probably knew about, from Marc Forster- "Haggis had an idea they weren't fond of, and I didn't know if it would work or not," says Forster. It wasn't anything to insult the franchise. But they felt it wasn't particularly Bond — him looking for the kid.
I think Paul thought he just leaves the kid, he doesn't deal with it. But [the producers] thought that would be really nasty, too, because Bond was an orphan himself. If he would find a kid, would he just leave it? They were so vehemently against it. That was the only time I saw, really, 'No, we can't do that. It's not right. In hindsight though, I am happy it turned out to address both issues because I felt as a viewer that I got closure for Vesper and with a little polish and attention to detail, the possibility of a modernized version of a SPECTRE-type worldwide criminal organization to enjoy in future installments.
I'm not one of those totally unsatisfied with what we got, but the question I always wanted to ask and learn is why they didn't see the glaring holes regarding Fields and Mathis?
Should we assume that a it's because amateurs were involved, or b perhaps they did realize these holes when the film was put together and it was decided not to act on it? I can't believe to this day that the "professionals" involved didn't see how glaring the holes were when it all came together regarding the above characters, everyone in about the entire universe could and that includes all the amateurs like most of us.
Those scenes such as Fields' death and Mathis' beating could have been filmed with Pinewood but it surely would have required designing sets, and making sure the actors were available to shoot at least two more scenes. The money end shouldn't have been a problem. This is what always really bugged me about the script, the rest was obviously Forster copying Greengrass and failing at it.
August edited August Posts: 13, I'd like to see the GoldenEye early script pdf file link uploaded please! RC7 wrote:. Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya. August Posts: 32, I'll have to give the CR script a read sometime. Looks pretty tasty. I'd also love to read the GE script, as well.
I know we'll never get to see it, so it just upsets me to think about. Can't believe the film didn't come with even a single deleted scene. Even in the finale, there were production photos that showed Bond running down a bridge I believe in a blue polo and sunglasses, yet in the finale, he doesn't step foot on a bridge at least from what we see and his outfit is entirely different. August edited August Posts: 2, I've got the original Goldeneye script that was written by Michael France.
That is completly different from the film that we got. PM me if you're intrested in it! Edit: I've got Goldfinger too if someone is intrested. August Posts: 13, MrBond wrote:.
August Posts: 3, Creasy47 wrote:. I read the CR script last night before bed. Was very good. There is a lot more of Bond's arrogance in it than appears in the film. I also like how the sinking house scene in Venice played out in the script as well. SirHenry I wondered at what point they decided to write Leiter into the script instead of Wolpert. You saw it? I searched and searched but all I saw were countless websites talking about it, but zero links.
Real shame that nobody out there snagged it up and downloaded it, though I suppose they didn't know it would be removed at the time. Is that why they removed it? So there was no debate about how the film really ended?
Samuel Moderator. Did you see the whole complete scene as it was intended to the film , or just the material from the shooting of the scene from the Danish tv-programe? Mallory Are you ready to get back to work? August edited August Posts: Bond then finds himself embroiled in a multilayered charade involving stolen antiquities, arms dealing, precious metals, nerve gas, the CIA, and a mysterious organisation similar to SPECTRE.
Wade and Purvis continued working on the screenplay and scouting the locations. In , provisional date of December 10th was set. As in the final film, it started midway through a car chase with Mr White in the trunk of the car, followed by an interrogation, and a dramatic scene amidst the Siena Paulo.
It also featured Quantum's secret summit at the Bregenz Festival and brought back Mathis, who would die helping Bond' Purvis and Wade's script is in there somewhere. I have to say I do like their idea, especially the Vesper flashbacks and haunting Bond. Samuel wrote:. Mallory wrote:. The Scene partially appears at the end of the QoS video game. Sign In or Register to comment.
Daniel Craig: ‘I wrote ‘Quantum Of Solace’ script myself’
Quantum of Solace is a spy film and the twenty-second in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions. In the film, Bond seeks revenge for the death of his lover, Vesper Lynd , and is assisted by Camille Montes , who is plotting revenge for the murder of her own family. Producer Michael G. Wilson developed the film's plot while the previous film in the series was being shot, and Purvis, Wade, and Haggis contributed to the script. Although Craig and Forster wrote some sections themselves during the screenwriter strike ,  they received no writing credits in the final cut.
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Chasing a release date, Quantum of Solace entered production without a finished script and with no writers, leaving the crafting of the movie in the hands of Forster and Craig. The resulting film failed to earn the praise that Casino Royale garnered, and the production was a stressful one for Forster. During the course of their lengthy conversation, Steve asked Forster about his experience on Quantum of Solace , and the director was candid about the experience of entering production without a completed script, admitting that at first he considered dropping out of the project altogether:. And so filming began. Knowing full well the strike may not end before production was completed, Forster said he went in with the mentality that he could craft Quantum of Solace like a 70s revenge thriller:.
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Marc Forster Reflects on ‘Quantum of Solace’; Says He Wanted to Pull Out over Writer’s Strike
What do Million Dollar Baby and Crash have in common? Apart from being Oscar winners as Best picture, these two films share another trait- Paul Haggis wrote the screenplay for both these Film. He became the first screenwriter since to write two Oscar winning movies in Best film category back to back. Million Dollar Baby was the first released feature film that had a screenplay written by Haggis whereas Crash was his directorial debut. Before starting his silver screen affair, Haggis wrote scripts of various TV series for more than two decades. His vast and diversified experience explains how he managed to write scripts that are totally different in terms of genre or structure.