SKYFALL Photos with Daniel Craig & Set Video Leaks
The Daily Mail is reporting that Daniel Craig was spotted in London today filming shooting scenes for Skyfall. The star was seen in the backseat of a Range Rover being chauffeured to his next destination. A stunt man was also seen on the top of the vehicle driving the Range Rover and has led the paper to guess that there may be some high tech Q like gadgetry at play.
The first set video leaks and it may imply that there is some Q gadgetry at work in the film, or it's as simple as the shot requiring a stuntman driving on the roof of a car.
A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: 'Six different countries were selected but after several technical and financial problems, it was decided to scale back and just use Turkey as the sole foreign location.'
'As well as Pinewood's incredible facilities, the UK has some stunning beaches, particularly along the south coast near Bognor and parts of Wales.'
PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE DAILY MAIL
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The new James Bond 007 film Skyfall filming in London. Here you can see a self driving Range Rover being controlled by a stuntman in a seat on the roof of the vehicle.
This Is Derby Shire posted a new article about a stuntman, Damien Walter, who is doubling for a bad guy in Skyfall.
This week he is in London filming scenes for the latest James Bond film, Skyfall, expected to be released later this year.
"I'm playing the bad guy's double. I can't reveal anything but all I can say is that it has been really good so far," said Damien. "The expectation is really high and it has been quite intense. "Everything you do, they want to be bigger, better, stronger, faster and to be as high a level as it can."
Skyfall, Craig's third outing as James Bond will be released on October 26, 2012. Daniel Craig will be joined by Javier Bardem, Ralph Fiennes, as well as a Judi Dench as M.
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