We are thirsting for the new James Bond movie aka Bond 25, and now we have some great news.
Read on because we have learned that Bond 25 is filming a massive action sequence in Southern Italy…
CelebNMovies247.com has received word via ScreenRant that Bond 25 will be back in Southern Italy to shoot a massive action sequence.
Southern Italy is a favorite spot to film for Bond movies, and for the anniversary of the 007 films this location is perfection.
ScreenRant reports, Bond 25 is reportedly headed to Southern Italy to film a massive action sequence. The next installment in the long-running 007 series sees Daniel Craig returning for his fifth go-around as British super-spy James Bond. True Detective season 1 helmer Cary Fukunaga has jumped aboard as director after Danny Boyle exited the film.
The latest bit of Bond 25 news reported by Variety reveals one of the filming locations for the upcoming movie. In typical globe-trotting Bond fashion, the movie will head to the Southern Italy town of Matera to shoot an action sequence. The scene is described as being similar to the opening segment of Spectre, which was set in Mexico City during the the Day of the Dead. It is of course traditional for every Bond film to begin with a prologue action sequence that is not necessarily directly related to the rest of the movie. Shooting in Matera is expected to happen in July, with 500 production people involved.