James Bond Goldeneye Schauspiel
In Monaco nimmt Englands Topagent James Bond die Fährte eines korrupten russischen Generals auf, der mittels einer satellitengesteuerten Impulswaffe namens `Goldeneye' ganz London ins Chaos stürzen will. Bei seiner Jagd nach dem General kommt Bond. James Bond – GoldenEye (Originaltitel: GoldenEye) ist der von Eon Productions Ltd. produzierte James-Bond-Film. Erstmals schlüpfte Pierce Brosnan. therealcommunity.se - Kaufen Sie James Bond - Goldeneye günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details. Mit GOLDENEYE wurde zwar noch nicht neu erfunden (im Gegenteil), aber mit Brosnan kam immerhin das dringend nötige frische Blut ins Spiel, und die. Als Bond-Girl wurde Izabella Scorupco weltweit berühmt. Seitdem sind mittlerweile fast 25 Jahre vergangen – und die Gespielin von James.
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M was also recast, with actress Judi Dench becoming the first woman to portray the character, replacing Robert Brown.
It was the first Bond film made after the dissolution of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War , which provided a background for the plot.
The first Bond film to use computer generated imagery , GoldenEye was also the final film of special effects supervisor Derek Meddings 's career, and was dedicated to his memory.
Fleming used the name of this operation for his estate in Oracabessa, Jamaica. While Trevelyan is caught and killed by Colonel Arkady Grigorovich Ourumov, the facility's commanding officer, Bond manages to destroy the site before escaping.
While undergoing an assessment nine years later, after the dissolution of the Soviet Union , Bond attempts to prevent Xenia Onatopp , a member of the Janus crime syndicate , from stealing a Eurocopter Tiger attack helicopter during a military demonstration in Monte Carlo , but is unable to prevent the theft.
Returning to London, Bond oversees MI6 staff monitoring an incident in Severnaya, Siberia , after the stolen helicopter turns up at a radar facility there.
An electromagnetic pulse blast suddenly hits the site, destroying it and Russian fighter aircraft , while knocking out all satellite systems in orbit above.
The newly appointed M assigns Bond to investigate, after it is determined the blast came from a Soviet-era satellite armed with a nuclear electromagnetic pulse space-based weapon , codenamed "GoldenEye".
Although Janus is suspected of initiating the attack, Bond suspects Ourumov, now a general, had involvement due to the weapon system requiring high-level military access.
Escorted to the meeting by Onatopp, Bond discovers that Janus is led by Trevelyan, having faked his death at Arkhangelsk, and learns he is descended from the Cossacks who were repatriated to the Soviet Union after collaboration with the Axis powers during World War II.
Learning that Trevelyan seeks revenge against Britain for betraying his people, Bond is sedated before he can kill him, and trapped in the stolen Tiger alongside Natalya Simonova, a survivor of the Severnaya attack.
Despite escaping before the helicopter's destruction, the pair are captured by Russian troops and taken before Russian Minister of Defence Dimitri Mishkin for interrogation.
The heated argument between the men leads Natalya to prove Ourumov's involvement in the use of GoldenEye, revealing that fellow programmer Boris Grishenko survived along with her, and is now working for Janus in operating a second GoldenEye satellite.
Before Mishkin can act on the information, Ourumov arrives and kills him. Bond escapes, pursuing after him to rescue Natalya.
The chase leads to a missile train used by Janus, in which Bond kills Ourumov, before escaping from the train with Natalya before Trevelyan destroys it.
Bond and Natalya travel to Cuba , after Boris is traced to a location within the island's jungles.
While flying over the area, the pair are shot down. Onatopp attacks them after they crash land, but Bond kills her during the fight.
The pair soon uncover a hidden base beneath a large lake, concealing a satellite dish, and proceed to infiltrate it. Bond is captured while trying to rig explosives to destroy the base, and learns from Trevelyan that he intends to use GoldenEye to devastate London in order to conceal the theft of financial records from the Bank of England.
While Natalya is captured as well, she manages to hack into the satellite and reprogram it to initiate atmospheric re-entry and thus destroy itself.
When Boris loses his cool trying to undo her programming, Bond uses the moment to trigger a grenade, concealed in a pen, to allow him and Natalya to escape.
To prevent Boris regaining control of the satellite, Bond proceeds to sabotage the dish's antennae by jamming its gears. Trevelyan tries to stop him, and the ensuing fight between the two culminates in him being dangled below the antennae.
When asked who his death is for, Bond admits it is for himself, before letting Trevelyan plummet to his death.
Natalya soon rescues him in a commandeered helicopter, moments before the antennae malfunctions and explodes, destroying the base and killing its personnel, with Boris killed by ruptured liquid nitrogen canisters.
After landing somewhere safe, the pair prepare to enjoy some solitude together, but are interrupted by the arrival of Wade and a team of U.
Marines , who escort them to Guantanamo base. Following the release of Licence to Kill in July , pre-production work for the seventeenth film in the James Bond series , the third to star Timothy Dalton fulfilling his three-film contract ,  began in May A poster for the then-upcoming movie was even featured on the Carlton Hotel during the Cannes Film Festival.
Broccoli had parted company with writer Richard Maibaum , who had worked on the scripts of all but three Bond films so far, and director John Glen , responsible for the previous five instalments of the series.
Wilson contributed a script, and Wiseguy co-producer Alfonse Ruggiero Jr. Dalton declared in a interview that the script was ready and "we were talking directors" before the project entered development hell caused by legal problems between Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer , parent company of the series' distributor United Artists , and Broccoli's Danjaq , owners of the Bond film rights.
This included international broadcasting rights to the library at cut-rate prices, leading Danjaq to sue,  alleging the licensing violated the Bond distribution agreements the company made with United Artists in , while denying Danjaq a share of the profits.
When asked what he would do following resolution of the lawsuits, Dalton told Broccoli that it was unlikely that he would continue in the role.
Dalton was still Broccoli's choice to play Bond, but the star's original seven-year contract with Danjaq expired in Dalton has stated that the delay of his third film effectively ended the contract in Wilson took the lead roles in production while Albert Broccoli oversaw the production of GoldenEye as a consulting producer, credited as "presenter".
In August , France had turned in his first draft, and continued to work on the script. In an interview around the same time, Dalton stated that production was set to begin in January or February Broccoli stressed that, after the long gap without a film, Dalton could not come back and just do a single film but needed to return for multiple films.
In April , Dalton officially resigned from the role. Further work was done on the screenplay throughout Jeffrey Caine was brought in to rewrite France's script.
Kevin Wade polished the script and Bruce Feirstein added the finishing touches. While the story was not based on a work by Ian Fleming, the title GoldenEye traces its origins to the name of Fleming's Jamaican estate where he wrote the Bond novels.
Although released only six years after Licence to Kill , world politics had changed dramatically in the interim. GoldenEye was the first James Bond film to be produced since the fall of the Berlin Wall , the collapse of the Soviet Union, and the end of the Cold War , and there was doubt over the character's relevance in the modern world.
Ultimately, they chose to return to the basics of the series, not following the sensitive and caring Bond of the Dalton films or the political correctness that started to permeate the decade.
In the film, the new M quickly establishes her authority, remarking that Bond is a "sexist, misogynist dinosaur" and a "relic of the Cold War".
This is an early indication that Bond is portrayed as far less tempestuous than Timothy Dalton's Bond from To replace Dalton, the producers chose Pierce Brosnan, who had been prevented from succeeding Roger Moore in because of his contract to star in Remington Steele.
He was introduced to the public at a press conference in June Paul McGann was the studio's original choice for it.
He would have been cast as Bond only if Brosnan had turned down the role. The decision is widely believed to have been inspired by Stella Rimington having become head of MI5 in Anthony Hopkins and Alan Rickman were reportedly sought for the role but both turned it down.
Sean Bean was subsequently cast and the character was rewritten as Bond's peer. John Woo was approached as the director, and turned down the opportunity, but said he was honored by the offer.
Brosnan later described Campbell as "warrior-like in his take on the piece" and that "there was a huge passion there on both our parts".
Principal photography for the film began on 16 January and continued until 2 June. The casino scenes and the Tiger helicopter's demonstration were shot in Monte Carlo.
Reference footage for the tank chase was shot on location in St. Petersburg and matched to the studio at Leavesden.
The climactic scenes on the satellite dish were shot at Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico. Petersburg were actually shot in London — the Epsom Downs Racecourse doubled as the airport — to reduce expenses and security concerns, as the second unit sent to Russia required bodyguards.
The French government also allowed the use of Navy logos as part of the promotional campaign for it. However, the producers had a dispute with the French Ministry of Defence over Brosnan's opposition to French nuclear weapons testing and his involvement with Greenpeace ; as a result, the French premiere of the film was cancelled.
The train was composed of a British Rail Class 20 diesel-electric locomotive and a pair of BR Mk 1 coaches, all three heavily disguised to resemble a Soviet armoured train.
The film was the last one of special effects supervisor Derek Meddings , to whom it was dedicated. Meddings' major contribution was miniatures.
Among the model effects are most external shots of Severnaya, the scene where Janus' train crashes into the tank, and the lake which hides the satellite dish, since the producers could not find a round lake in Puerto Rico.
The climax in the satellite dish used scenes in Arecibo, a model built by Meddings' team and scenes shot with stuntmen in Britain.
Nails had to be attached to the F tyres to make it skid, and during one take of the sliding vehicles, the two cars collided.
Petersburg and partly on the old de Havilland runway at Leavesden. For the confrontation between Bond and Trevelyan inside the antenna cradle, director Campbell decided to take inspiration from Bond's fight with Red Grant in From Russia with Love.
Brosnan and Bean did all the stunts themselves, except for one take where one is thrown against the wall. Brosnan injured his hand while filming the extending ladder sequence, making producers delay his scenes and film the ones in Severnaya earlier.
Worth diving after the plane — which was a working aircraft, with Worth adding that part of the difficulty of the stunt was the kerosene striking his face.
The fall of Communism in Russia is the main focus of the opening titles, designed by Daniel Kleinman who took over from Maurice Binder after his death in They show the collapse and destruction of several structures associated with the Soviet Union, such as the red star , statues of Communist leaders—notably Joseph Stalin —and the hammer and sickle.
In an interview, Kleinman said they were meant to be "a kind of story telling sequence" showing that "what was happening in Communist countries was Communism was falling down".
Wilson, some Communist parties protested against "Socialist symbols being destroyed not by governments, but by bikini-clad women", especially certain Indian Communist parties,    which threatened to boycott the film.
It was featured in the film months before its release, and a limited edition " model" sold out within a day of being available to order.
As part of the car's marketing strategy, several Z3's were used to drive journalists from a complimentary meal at the Rainbow Room restaurant to its premiere at Radio City Music Hall.
For the film, a convertible Z3 is equipped with the usual Q refinements, including a self-destruct feature and Stinger missiles behind the headlights.
The Z3 does not have much screen time and none of the gadgets are used, which Martin Campbell attributed to the deal with BMW coming in the last stages of production.
The article quoted Mary Lou Galician, head of media analysis and criticism at Arizona State University 's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication , as saying that the news coverage of Bond's switch from Aston Martin to BMW "generated hundreds of millions of dollars of media exposure for the movie and all of its marketing partners.
A modified Omega Seamaster Quartz Professional watch features as a major plot device several times in the film.
It is shown to contain a remote detonator and a laser. This was the first time Bond was shown to be wearing a watch by Omega, and he has since worn Omega watches in every subsequent production.
The song was then rewritten as their single " The Juvenile ". Later John Altman provided the music for the tank chase in St. Serra's original track for that sequence can still be found on the soundtrack as "A Pleasant Drive in St.
It had the fourth-highest worldwide gross of all films in  and was the most successful Bond film since Moonraker , taking inflation into account.
The cuts included the visible bullet impact to Trevelyan's head when he is shot in the prologue, several additional deaths during the sequence in which Onatopp guns down the workers at the Severnaya station, more explicit footage and violent behaviour in the Admiral's death, extra footage of Onatopp's death, and Bond giving her a rabbit punch in the car.
However, the original MPAA edits still remain. The critical reception of the film was mostly positive. Its consensus states: "The first and best Pierce Brosnan Bond film, GoldenEye brings the series into a more modern context, and the result is a entry that's high-tech, action-packed, and urbane.
In the Chicago Sun-Times , Roger Ebert gave the film 3 stars out of 4, and said Brosnan's Bond was "somehow more sensitive, more vulnerable, more psychologically complete" than the previous ones, also commenting on Bond's "loss of innocence" since previous films.
Several reviewers lauded M's appraisal of Bond as a "sexist, misogynist dinosaur",    with Todd McCarthy in Variety saying the film "breathes fresh creative and commercial life" into the series.
The film was also ranked high in Bond-related lists. However, the film received several negative reviews. Richard Schickel of Time wrote that after "a third of a century's hard use", Bond's conventions survived on "wobbly knees",  while in Entertainment Weekly , Owen Gleiberman thought the series had "entered a near-terminal state of exhaustion.
The film was the second and final Bond film to be adapted to a novel by novelist John Gardner. The book closely follows its storyline, but Gardner added a violent sequence prior to the opening bungee jump in which Bond kills a group of Russian guards, a change that would be retained and expanded upon in the video game GoldenEye In late , Topps Comics began publishing a three-issue comic book adaptation of the film.
The first issue carried a January cover date. The film was the basis for GoldenEye , a video game for the Nintendo 64 developed by Rare known at the time as Rareware and published by Nintendo.
The game was modified into a racing game intended to be released for the Virtual Boy console. However, it was cancelled before release.
Instead, the protagonist is an aspiring Double-0 agent Jonathan Hunter, known by his codename "GoldenEye" recruited by a villain of the Bond universe, Auric Goldfinger.
Nintendo announced a remake of the original GoldenEye at their E3 press conference on 15 June It is a modernised retelling of the original movie's story, with Daniel Craig playing the role of Bond.
Bruce Feirstein returned to write a modernised version of the script, while Nicole Scherzinger covered the theme song. Both Wii and DS versions bear little to no resemblance to the locations and weapons of the original N64 release.
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