SkyFall Update #19
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Scenes on Turkish railway bridge
During January and February 2012, the filmmakers of SkyFall will be shooting in Turkey on the Varda Railway Bridge in the Taurus Mountains. Daniel Craig will be on location after filming in Istanbul. This new setting appears to be the replacement of the cancelled filming location in India.
Daily Mail claims Miss Moneypenny is Eve
The Daily Mail still claims that Naomi Harris will be playing Miss Moneypenny even though she has been confirmed as Eve. The paper claims that the character of Eve will become Miss Moneypenny in the future. "She starts as a field operative called Eve and then comes inside the organisation as Miss Moneypenny, M’s right-hand woman." Daniel Craig hinted to the press that Miss Moneypenny and Q will return. A few months ago we found out that Q will be returning but there is still no word on Moneypenny. If this is true, the character will most probably not be credited as Miss Moneypenny until Bond 24 if she is included in that film.
Scottish location to be filmed in Wales?
Recent reports have claimed that the castle sequence in SkyFall will be shot in a Welsh castle. “They were looking at other venues, and I think they’re going to fake it that the Welsh castle is going to be in Scotland.The last thing I heard was that they were going to have some shots of somewhere like Rannoch Moor that’s pretty desolate and a few mountains – which Wales can come up with too."
NBC interview with Daniel Craig
Promoting his latest movie Girl With The Dragon Tatoo, Daniel Craig was joined by NBC host Matt Lauer discussing the new Bond film.
ML: "You're in the middle of shooting your third Bond. How's that going?"
DC: "It's going good, yeah."
ML: "How long do you have ahead of you?"
DC: "We've shot six weeks, and we shoot 'til the end of May... I can't work that out. It's a long time."
ML: "Staying true to the genre and what people expect?
DC: "Oh yes, and more so. A little bit more this time."
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