TV & FILM
bill-swift - September 14, 2012
Skyfall is less than two months from release and Eon Productions is gearing up for the fiftieth anniversary of the franchise with a series of events and exhibits. This one is an interesting look at the production design of the films from Dr. No to Skyfall. The film's sets and wardrobe are half of what makes Bond...well, Bond and so you can be sure I'll be first in line for this.
Designing 007 – 50 Years Of Bond Style is a unique, multi-sensory experience covering five decades, six actors and a legion of highly skilled adversaries that takes Bond fans through a 50 year journey covering some of cinema's most iconic artefacts. In providing unprecedented access to its archive, EON has opened the doors to half a century of sets, automobiles and gadgets, including work by special effects experts John Stears and Chris Corbould and artwork for sets and storyboards by production designers Sir Ken Adam, Syd Cain and Peter Lamont.
Skyfall hits theaters November 9th.
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