Bond 25, 007 Movies, James Bond Movies
007 Movie Industry has been a paramount movie Industry which uses the key actor James bond in all there movie production series and has produces the best and award movies of all time.. Here is the incite on all James bond movies as at 2020 including yet to release Bond 25 – no time to die.
1] BOND 25 /No time to die
The release date for Bond 25 has changed. Producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli: “We are absolutely thrilled to be releasing Bond 25 on 8 April 2020.” but was postponed because of corona Virus pandemic.
Bond 25 ; No Time To Die character posters have been released for some new and returning faces. The new posters feature Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright), Tanner (Rory Kinnear), Moneypenny (Naomie Harris), M (Ralph Fiennes), Primo (Dali Benssalah), Logan Ash (Billy Magnussen) and Valdo Obruchev (David Dencik).Bond 25 ; The film is released worldwide in April 2020.Bond 25 ;The film will be released in the U.K. on November 12, 2020 with worldwide release dates to follow, including the US launch on November 25, 2020.
2] DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER
On this day in 1971, shooting began on the Diamonds Are Forever pre-credits sequence in which Bond (Sean Connery) kills the fake Blofeld (Charles Gray) in a mudbath. The mud was actually made from mashed potatoes. Production Designer Ken Adam said, “After 24 hours those mashed potatoes began to smell, and the smell became unbearable. The whole stage smelled of it.”
3]TOMORROW NEVER DIES
On this day in 1997, the bike shop fight scene from Tomorrow Never Dies was filmed at Frogmore Studios with Wai Lin (Michelle Yeoh) showing off her martial arts skills.
4]ON HER MAJESTY’S SECRET SERVICE’
“This never happened to the other fellow.” The opening scene of On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969) has Bond rescuing Tracy (Diana Rigg) from Draco’s men on Guincho Beach in Portugal. George Lazenby’s line came from an in-joke from the set that made it into the final film. “When I’d have to work at the weekends, the stuntmen would tell me, ‘Connery never did weekends’. I’d say, ‘That never happened to the other fellow eh?’”
007 (Daniel Craig) chases assassin Patrice (Ola Rapace) through the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul. “Having a car chase in a street with nothing in it is boring”, said special effects supervisor Chris Corbould. “But as soon as you have a background for the chase it comes to life. Istanbul has a real character to it.”
6]LICENCE TO KILL
Bond (Timothy Dalton) and Pam Bouvier (Carrie Lowell) square up to Sanchez’s men in the Barrelhead bar in Licence To Kill (1989). “I portrayed Pam as gritty and tough,” said Lowell. “When Bond meets her at the bar, she’s wearing a black leather vest and carrying a sawn-off shotgun. She’s flinging men over her shoulder and smashing bottles on their heads.”
7]DIE ANOTHER DAY
Bond (Pierce Brosnan) and Gustav Graves (Toby Stephens) duel it out in the corridors of the Blades Club in Die Another Day (2002). The sword fight was choreographed by former Olympic fencer Bob Anderson who also doubled for Darth Vader in the Empire Strikes Back and Return Of The Jedi’s lightsaber duels.
Bond is pursued by Count Lippe in Thunderball (1965), who in turn is chased by Fiona Volpe on her Lightning BSA motorbike (with side mounted rocket launchers, of course). The sequence was filmed at Silverstone race track in England.
9]FOR YOUR EYES ONLY
For Your Eyes Only’s dramatic pre-title sequence has Bond attempting to control a remotely-hijacked helicopter. It was filmed at Beckton gas works in East London which was, at the time, in the process of being demolished. To film the helicopter passing through the warehouse, the chopper was attached to rails and pulled along a track to make it appear as if it were flying.
10]A VIEW TO A KILL
A View To A Kill premiered in San Francisco on this day in 1985. In today’s clip 007 takes control of a fire truck to evade the police. Roger Moore said: “San Francisco was a wonderful place to film. Mayor Dianne Feinstein was very helpful. It was lucky as she was one of the rare people that preferred me as Bond instead of Sean, so we got all sorts of permits.”
11]THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS
A training scene goes wrong in the pre-credits sequence for The Living Daylights (1987).Timothy Dalton was keen to do as many of his own stunts as possible. Stunt supervisor Paul Weston said: “I knew Timothy was strong enough to do the stunts, but it’s still a 1,300-foot drop down the side of the mountain if anything went wrong. It took great courage.”
12]QUANTUM OF SOLACE
Bond takes to the water in Quantum Of Solace (2008). The scene was filmed at the harbour area in Colón, Panama doubling for Kings Quay, Haiti. Director Marc Forster remembers: “The entire boat sequence was all shot for real. There was no green screen work. When I was working with Daniel and Olga (Kurylenko) I had to make sure they were secure with the stunt work, and at the same time we got what we needed action-wise.
13]THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH
There’s going off-piste and then there’s going off-piste 007 style. This sequence from The World Is Not Enough (1999) was filmed in Chamonix, France. To test the special winterised cameras they were left in the British Airways refrigerator at Heathrow over night to make sure they ran and that the batteries were up to speed. Filming wrapped, five and a half days over schedule, due to heavy snow, overcast skies, diesel freezing in the trucks, and stopping for avalanche warnings.
Smoke screen (tick), bullet shield (tick), ejector seat (tick). Bond uses some of the gadgets on his Aston Martin DB5 in Goldfinger (1964). Production received just one prototype DB5 to kit out with all of the gadgets. Special effects supervisor John Stears remembers the first thing he did was make the hole for the ejector seat, “I marked it out, and taped off the roof of this beautiful car. I looked at it, went away and had a cup of coffee, came back, and got the drill, and drilled the hole. It was terrifying.”
On this day in 2015, the scene from Spectre where Bond grapples with Sciarra in the helicopter was filmed. The chopper was piloted by aerobatic expert Chuck Aaron. Stunt coordinator Gary Powell said, “The pilots made it look dangerous but they were in control at all times and if they saw any indicators flag a problem, they would put the aircraft down as soon as possible.”
Bond takes on Jaws on top of the cable car in Moonraker (1979). The fight was filmed at Sugarloaf Mountain, Rio de Janeiro and was a stunt idea originally conceived for the climax of On Her Majesty’s Secret Service ten years earlier.
On this day in 1995, shooting began on Bond and Alex Trevelyan’s climactic fight scene in GoldenEye. Pierce Brosnan’s debut 007 film was the first to extensively utilize digital effects with 140 CGI shots alongside traditional special effects including this fight scene. “The fight scene goes on and on and on,” recalled Sean Bean. “It’s a hell of a showdown. It’s not just about fighting. It’s seeing it in their eyes as much as anything — seeing the link between them and they’re having to fight to the death.”
18]LIVE AND LET DIE
Bond gets behind the wheel of a double-decker bus in this Live And Let Die (1973) chase. Roger Moore said: “Before we started shooting, I was sent to London Passenger Transport, to their skid pan, to learn how to skid a bus, which I have to admit is rather scary.”
19]YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE
Is this the ultimate Q gadget? James Bond uses a Wallis autogyro, nicknamed Little Nellie, in You Only Live Twice (1967) in an attempt to locate Blofeld’s rocket base from the air. Real life Wing Commander Ken Wallis designed this unusual machine in the early 1960s. Unlike a helicopter, only the autogyro’s rear engine provides power during flight. Once airborne the top rotor spins freely due to the force of the air.
Introducing a new 007 in Casino Royale (2006) demanded a new kind of action sequence. The solution: an amazing foot chase through a perilous construction site in Madagascar with Bond pursuing bomb-maker Mollaka up and down scaffolding, including a jaw-dropping jump from the top of a crane. Screenwriter Neal Purvis said: “We wanted to establish the new Bond as gadget free, raw, slightly crazy, very physical and incredibly brave. We were also aware there had never been a foot chase in a Bond movie before.
When Bond met Honey. To learn the song ‘Underneath The Mango Tree’ for this scene in Dr. No (1962), Sean Connery (James Bond) and Ursula Andress (Honey Ryder) fought over the record player. “He didn’t need the practice because he sings much better than I do,” recalled Andress. “I can’t carry a tune.”
22]THE SPY WHO LOVED ME
Today’s clip from The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) features one of 007’s most iconic cars – the Lotus Esprit S1 affectionately known as “Wet Nellie”. For the underwater sequences, a miniature Lotus was guided through the clear waters of the Bahamas on ultra-thin wires.
23]THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN
Bond. Scaramanga. A fun house. The climax of The Man With The Golden Gun (1974) is a fight to the death between the best in the business — Bond’s Walther has a six shot magazine while Scaramanga’s 4.2mm pistol is a single shot. Interesting fact: Christopher Lee (Scaramanga) was a distant cousin of 007 creator Ian Fleming.
24]FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE
Ahoy Mr Bond”… This boat chase in From Russia With Love was originally filmed on location in Turkey but director Terence Young felt the boats were moving too slow, so the sequence was reshot in Scotland. Can you tell?