Work on 'Skyfall' credits sequence begins

Skyfall - 29-05-12
Work on the credits sequence to the upcoming James Bond film "Skyfall" is underway.

British model Charlotte Edwards tweeted that her friend and fellow model Natasha was shooting the credits sequence to "Skyfall".


Above: Charlotte (left) and Natasha (right).

Traditionally featuring sexy silhouetted girls, the titles for Daniel Craig's first two outings were a little different: rotoscoped vector animation for "Casino Royale", and three dimensional girls with CGI effects for "Quantum of Solace".

With director Sam Mendes promising the return of classic Bond elements, will fans see a traditional credits sequence?

There is no confirmation yet on who is creating the titles, or if Daniel Kleinman is back to work more of his magic.

Thanks to `GermanLady` for the alert.

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