In other words, Apple's customer service department was sending out documents stating that if you buy a film on iTunes, you may not be able to own it forever in the same way that you would always own a physical purchase, such as a Blu-ray or 4K Blu-ray disc.
No Time to Die sees Bond relaxing into new roles as a retiree and even a parent. He wears his signature black tie at Blofeld's ill-fated birthday party and the usual Tom Ford tight tailoring while in London. But he spends most of the film in more relaxed clothing, including jeans, henley collars and casual shirts -- even a baseball cap. Visiting Vesper's grave, he dons a respectful but climate-appropriate beige suit. Unfortunately, it's made of corduroy, as is the green duster coast he wears to visit Madeleine in Norway and fend off bad guys in the forest. The suit and the coat are made by Massimo Alba, a favorite of Daniel Craig. Other brands in the film include Crockett and Jones, Orlebar Brown, N.Peal, Barbour, Brunello Cucinelli, Danner, Rogue Territory, Rag & Bone, and, er, Tommy Bahama.
Recent reports and merchandise have seemingly revealed more and more about the Marvel Cinematic Universe's newest king, including the fact that he is an antihero. That's according to star Tenoch Huerta, who mentioned it in passing while discussing the depiction of Latin Americans in film. He suggested this was part of a significant departure from the norm, where Latin American actors are typically limited to villain roles. "Latin-Americans are always the bad guys in Hollywood movies. And now we are the heroes -- or an anti-hero, in this instance," he said. 2b1af7f3a8