Photos of Naomie Harris in SKYFALL as She Handles James Bond's Package
This is the first look at Naomie Harris on the set of Skyfall. Daniel Craig is seen handing her a black box. Also, Helen McCrory's role in the movie has been revealed.
Daniel Craig was seen on a rooftop in London filming scenes for his third James Bond movie. Not much is known about the scene except that Craig had an icy demeanor throughout. 007 hands Naomie Harris (28 Days Later) a mysterious black box, as seen in the photos below.
There has been a lot of speculation that Naomie Harris would be playing Miss Moneypenny in the film, but so far it looks like she truly is just playing a field agent. Moneypenny, M's secretary that has sexually filled banter with Bond has not appeared in the Daniel Craig series. When asked if the character will appear in the film, Daniel Craig, and screenwriter John Logan responded with a maybe.
He was joined by Naomie Harris, who plays the part of Eve - a field agent who joins Bond on his quest to track down whoever is threatening the MI6.
Wearing a black Winter coat with matching leather gloves and a grey scarf, Craig was no doubt feeling the cold as he stood on top of the building but managed to stay in character and keep his stern face even in between takes.
Harris also wore a grey checked Winter coat and a black scarf as the pair filmed what looked like quite a crucial scene.
Craig was seen handing a black box to Harris as they filmed a tense scene for the upcoming movie
Photos and Information Courtesy of The Daily Mail
The official website for Skyfall also informed us today that Helen McCrory will be playing the role of Clair Dowar. She is a politician and member of the British Parliament.
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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