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Topic: No Time To Die - World Premiere

The estimated date of the London World Premiere is March 31st, 2020 but no information has been released on it yet.

I have never attended a Bond premiere before but I would like to for NTTD.
Would imagine it is tricky and expensive to actually get tickets and go in and see the movie with the cast and royalty.

But I am thinking about just going to see the stars arrive and hopefully able to hear them talk in some interviews. Maybe even manage to get something signed by cast or crew.

Is it worth going for that? Or would it be very difficult to get to the front. I.e. Maybe need to arrive early morning to get your space?

What were your experiences of attending a Bond premiere?

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I used to go up to them all the time: it's a bit of fun and you get to see the cast and stars. I think the last one I went to was Casino but did most of the Brosnans and it's fun. I don't remember getting there hugely early (after work certainly!) although was never too bothered about getting to the front and getting things signed. If you want to go you definitely should! Why not, eh? ajb007/smile I do more or less live in London so it was no real trouble for me to get there though.
I haven't done any since they started doing them at the Albert Hall (I missed DAD) so it might be different, I don't know. I imagine they'd try and do it there again because it does look terribly grand on the telly.

I think the best Bond event I went to was the Ian Fleming Centenary thing in London: we had tickets and I remember standing outside to watch the stars arrive (Dempsey AND Makepeace turned up! ajb007/biggrin ) and it was quite nice because some tourists wandered by and asked what it was and I said a James Bond event, and they asked if Daniel Craig was coming, and I said yes which they were obviously fairly excited about. And then at that moment, Roger Moore turned up in full dinner jacket (so basically dressed as Bond!)- that's got to be pretty good if you're on holiday in London and just randomly get to see two James Bonds in the flesh! ajb007/biggrin
It was certainly pretty cool to see them both together on stage: it's not often you get to see more than one!

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Considering the movie is released April 2nd, the Royal Premiere might be April 1st. If you plan to go and be near to the stars, be there many (about 6 - 8) hours in advance to secure a front row spot. Prepare for a long and dull wait, and hope it doesn't rain or freeze.

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Some lucky guy won tickets to the Royal premiere on BBC Radio 1 this morning. I wonder if he knows how lucky he is! Let’s hope he’s actually a Bond fan...

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Where we can have tickets?

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Tato007 wrote:

Where we can have tickets?

Get well connected  ajb007/biggrin  Some tickets might be won, but most of them will be handed out to sponsors and celebrities. There was something about being able to purchase tickets to the Spectre premiere, but those were very limited and very expensive. Should that opportunity occur, no doubt you'll read about it here.

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Is there no fixed date for the world premiere so far?
Is it not in London?
Wiki is of the opinion that it will take place in Matera.
Best

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Seven wrote:

Is there no fixed date for the world premiere so far?
Is it not in London?
Wiki is of the opinion that it will take place in Matera.
Best

They’re always in London. There’s no reason for it to happen in a small town like Matera. They need the press of a big city.

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It will be in the
Royal Albert Hall
London.
And rightly so.

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Or Odeon Leics Sq.

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Thank you for your comments.
But on what day?

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Not all Bond world premieres were in London. The premiere of AVTAK was in San Fransisco as a thnk you for getting so mich Access to the city. . Don't know if there are more examples.
I don't see any reason not to have the NTTD premiere in London.

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I went to the SKYFALL Premier at RAH just to hang out and celeb watch (I didn't have tickets).  I managed to see Sam Mendes and the back of Judi Dench's head.  I will be avoiding Leicester Square - it gets rammed and many are tourists.  Is the Prenier confirmed as being 31 March?  Does anyone have a link?

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I had the chance to buy Spectre tix for RAH, but declined. I think they were approx £150-200. Apart from cost my main worry was having a rubbish uncomfortable seat and it spoiling the film.

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Now confirmed on 007.com: 31st of March, Royal Albert Hall, London.

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Since the premiere in London will be on March, 31, but the official start (in UK) is on April, 3, does it mean, the movie will definitely not be shown (in London) on April, 1 or 2?

I would appreciate your comments!
Best regards,
7

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Seven wrote:

Since the premiere in London will be on March, 31, but the official start (in UK) is on April, 3, does it mean, the movie will definitely not be shown (in London) on April, 1 or 2?

I would appreciate your comments!
Best regards,
7

The film is released on April 2nd in the UK, not 3rd.

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Since the premiere in London will be on March, 31, but the official start (in UK) is on April, 2, does it mean, the movie will definitely not be shown (in London) on April, 1?
I would appreciate your comments!
Best regards,
7

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Sirs,

May I kindly ask again for your opinion on my question, if NTTD will not be shown before April 2nd, 2020, in London.
Or do you - especially those based in London - expect the possibility to see it on April, 1st - one day after the premiere?
It would help me much.
Thank you.

Best regards,
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It won’t be released early in London. Best early screening with the Premiere is the cast and crew screening. That’s it.

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Found the Spectre email, tickets were £200 upper circle.
Anyone here seen a movie at the RAH and sat up there ?
Thanks

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Offerred Prem tickets today through my friend (he won the lottery in 1997 and Camelot involve winners with such events.)

Ticket 1 - Red carpet / pre film event / film = £1750 + vat each

Ticket 2 - Red carpet / box for 4 or 8 or 12 / film / official after party with stars = £4000 + vat per person

You do get some nttd goodies and a programme tho  ajb007/lol

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