SPECTRE Video: The Action Sequences in the 24th James Bond Film

23 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Go behind the scenes of 007’s explosive stunts in Spectre.

Sam Mendes and the team behind Spectre want James Bond’s latest adventure to feel as real and visceral as possible — no tsunami surfing in sight, it seems — and the film’s latest behind-the-scenes video shows the lengths they’re going to ensure it. “The philosophy of the Bond franchise and mine particularly as a filmmaker is to do things for real, so you have to roll up your sleeves and work it out,” Mendes says in the latest peak behind the curtain.God help you if you get bored during Paul Blart: Mall Cop 5 and decide to play a quick game of Candy Crush, because staff at cinemas nationwide are to be kitted out with night-vision goggles to allow them to more easily spot smartphones and people making illegal recordings.Smith previously said of joining the Bond franchise: ‘I am so excited to be a part of this iconic British legacy and join an incredible line up of some of my biggest musical inspirations. The video emphasizes the practicality of the special effects — though they certainly strive to note how big an impact special-effects work will have to enhance the real-world efforts.

The video takes viewers to Austria, Mexico, and Morocco to detail the chases, explosions, and rooftop hopping that star Daniel Craig and the rest of the cast and crew partake in to deliver the big setpieces for Bond’s upcoming adventure. We have staff on extra alert for that,” said Kieron Sharp, director general of the Federation Against Copyright Theft (FACT). “James Bond is a big risk and we will be working with cinema operators and the distributors making sure we will keep that as tight as possible.

We really don’t want to see that recorded. “They are on alert, particularly with the bigger films like James Bond, to really drill down to who is in the auditorium and who might possibly be recording. “They still do the sweeps around the auditoriums with the night vision glasses regardless of the film. But sometimes extra security is put in place for things like Bond.” “We have Game of Thrones in Northern Ireland and Harry Potter in Scotland – there are a lot of people who rely on the film industry for their livelihoods.”

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