Please note: Our inventory is limited as we may have only received a few posters in total. Most of our items are obtained from film premieres, studios, and from autographed hounds such as the one in the story below:
They say that Hollywood is all about connections and I wholeheartedly agree. I'm not in show-business or anything like that but I do love movies. I'm even a movie poster collector myself. Just recently, I and my fellow collector got our hands on some "No Time To Die" posters with, get ready for it... James Bond's autograph! Yep! Daniel Craig signed them himself!
It all happened with the help of my friend who's acquainted with Daniel Craig's agent. Since we were both huge James Bond fans, we asked if we could get out copies of the posters for "No Time To Die" signed by the cast. At first, it almost seemed like it wasn't happening. My buddy's agent friend seemed to avoid the issue every time we mentioned it, saying that Craig was a busy guy. When the pandemic hit, it became even more difficult as show business gatherings lessened. The film itself hasn't even premiered yet!
Nevertheless, we persisted. Luckily, my friend and Craig's agent were closer than I thought. After months of nagging, begging, and possibly even groveling, it happened! The agent told us to send him the movie posters but that we shouldn't get our hopes up too much. We didn't care! We just happily FedEx-ed him the posters and waited patiently. We didn't disturb him all that much during that time. It was the least we can do after annoying him for so long.
A little less than two weeks after we sent the posters, they suddenly arrived via FedEx at my friend's place. The agent guy didn't mention if he was able to get them signed. Perhaps he wanted to surprise? Well, if that was his intention, it frickin' worked! My friend and I almost shit ourselves seeing our posters, all signed by most of the cast. We thought it'd just be Daniel Craig and we were happy enough with that! But no! Even Ralph Fiennes, Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux, Ana de Armas, and more put their autographs on them!
After that, my friend practically tore the agent's ear up with all his excitement as he thanked him over the phone. Of course, I thanked him as well. He then told us that it was actually Daniel Craig's idea for the other cast members to sign the posters as well. Man, what a great guy! No wonder he's my favorite Bond! Truth be told, his autograph on them was more than enough!
When we asked when the movie was finally premiering and if it'd go on Netflix, the agent wasn't allowed to say. Oh well! At least we got our posters signed! But here's to hoping this movie does great! I'm already so excited about it!