reported that shooting of Casino Royale is currently taking
place in the small community of Coral Harbour in the Bahamas. In yesterday’s
article, CBn said that "the Defence Force, which is located on the site of the
failed hotel has two large, highly mobile cranes, standing about 30 storeys high
(whereas the hotel is about 15 storeys)".
Thanks to Sam Cohen, CBn today is able to deliver more detailed
information and exclusive spy shots from this filming location, plus additional
pics from the already seen "Madagascar" set.
The two cranes set up that can be seen in the first picture are not
only for camera panning shots, but are also to be used as props.
Attention: Spoilers! Highlight to read!
During the chase scene at the hotel, one character will run
along the top of one crane and leap to the other, sans harness. The climax of the chase scene
is going to takine place at the hotel and the "bad guy", most
propably "Bomber", will get in a bulldozer and chase James
Bond in that. Bond will end up pinned in between the wall of the hotel and the
oncoming bulldozer, and the bulldozer will slam into the wall and cause the wall
to crash down, making it appear that Bond has been crushed.
leads to the conclusion that the scenes currently being shot at the Defence
Force are going to double for Madagascar as well. Another hint are the signs on
the construction sites (more images in the CBn Image Gallery), which are all in
French. The French language is the official language spoken in Madagascar.
As hinted above, CBn is also able to bring you more images from the already
seen Madagascar set, showing mostly abandoned and broken-down slums.
A big thanks to Sam Cohen. Stay tuned to CBn for more
coverage from the Bahamas to come.
Casino Royale is the 21st James Bond film produced by franchise holders Eon Productions. The MGM/Columbia Pictures production began shooting in January and is due for release worldwide on 17 November 2006. Starring Daniel Craig as James Bond, it is currently being filmed in the Czech Republic, the Bahamas, Italy and the UK.