Following the success of his first two books (The World of GoldenEye and The Bond of the Millennium), friend of the site Nicolás Suszczyk has published his third book A View To A Thrill: A Closer Look At The James Bond Trailers, which offers an indepth analyses of the James Bond trailers, and how these promotional features have evolved over the past six decades, from Dr. No (1962) to No Time To Die (2020).
The James Bond films have been entertaining audiences from all over the world for nearly six decades, and 2020 will see the return of agent 007 once more when No Time To Die hits theatres in April. Just like Ian Fleming’s character has been adapted to different audiences, different marketing approaches were made through the years to sell each one of the 25 official films and other two unofficial productions. A View To A Thrill focuses on the trailers of each James Bond film and analyses how these promotional features had presented radical changes over the years, from the old times when a narrator shouted that James Bond was back in action to the present day where a fast-paced editing of action scenes and dialogues gives the potential viewer a thrilling look to an upcoming 007 adventure.
Release Date: 11 December, 2019
Publisher: Amazon Publishing
Format: Paperback | eBook
Dimensions: 15cm x 1.2cm x 22.8cm