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četrtek, 16 septembra, 2021

Secrets of new Bond movie No Time To Die from banning innuendo to 007’s electric car

In No Time To Die James Bond reportedly drives an electric Aston Martin and fights a baddie who sets out to poison the oceans.

The new James Bond movie is set to be the most progressive yet as bosses have banned saucy innuendo, given 007 an electric car and eliminated plastic water bottles from the set.

No Time To Die is believed to be Daniel Craig’s final outing as the superspy and is due out next year. 

In the film, Bond ties the knot with Dr Madeleine Swann – the psychologist played by actress Lea Seydoux in 2015’s Spectre – and retires to Jamaica.

A new report has revealed movie bosses have gone to great lengths to change the culture around 007 – especially on the set.

 

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