16-Mar-2019 • No Time To Die
According to tabloid reports, environmentalists may be preparing protests against potential damage that filming the 25th James Bond film may cause in the natural Norwegian landscape.
As previously reported, the Bond 25 pre-production crews are busy constructing buildings have been "specially erected just to be blown up." Local skiing groups claim they have had to divert their routes.
The construction of the sets and all filming plans in the stunning woodland in the Trehorningen area of Akershus County in southern Norway have all been approved by local officials.
An industry 'insider' told The Sun: "Norway’s environmental policies are deemed to be among the best worldwide and natives are hugely sensitive to the issues caused by the high budget set. Trekkers who hike and ski in the area are understandably appalled by areas of the nature being cleared of snow. But officials have claimed that all traces of the filming will be gone by spring."