Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Fascinating glimpse into a James Bond ad campaign

Lee Goldberg, of A Writer's Life, links to a post over at Permission to Kill, an espionage blog, about the proposed ad campaign for the 1989 James Bond film, License to Kill. This was Timothy Dalton's second (and last) outing as Bond. This was supposed to be the darker Bond, something I think Dalton did well in The Living Daylights.

In light of how well Casino Royale did in bringing Bond's image back to the Fleming books, take a look at the five proposed posters (and the reasons why they weren't chosen) at Permission to Kill.

No comments: