Second unit completes 'Skyfall' filming, cameras stop rolling|
Cameras stopped rolling on the upcoming James Bond film "Skyfall" today (Friday 25th May 2012) as the second unit completed their stunt work in Adana, southern Turkey, on the impressive and complex pretitles sequence.
Daniel Craig and the first unit completed work last week. He is now relaxing in New York City after a grueling shooting schedule - the longest on a 007 film since "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" back in 1969.
There are just five months to go in post production before the film opens in UK cinemas.
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Earlier Story: Michael G. Wilson talked Bond with BBC Breakfast yesterday
Later Story: Composer Thomas Newman still experimenting for 'Skyfall' sound
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