1. Five Sound Stages Simultaneously For 'Quantum of Solace'

    By Devin Zydel on 2008-01-30

    According to a set report posted at the Los Angeles Times, five sound stages at Pinewood Studios, including the newly rebuilt ‘007 Stage’, are simultaneously being used for filming on Quantum of Solace.

    10-12 hour-long days for six days a week are the norm for a cast and crew currently numbering over 500 on the newest James Bond film.

    ‘We have a crew that’s all worked together, all know each other,’ said producer Michael G. Wilson. ‘It’s a good atmosphere.’

    Wilson also commented on the film’s striking production design, saying the visual style created by [Quantum of Solace production designer] Dennis Gassner and director Marc Forster was ‘a postmodern look at modernism. They’ve found a lot of ’70s and ’80s architecture that they’ve gone back to and used in the film.’

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