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Producers admit 007 going Down Under is well overdue

03-Apr-2015 • Bond News

Bond producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli have told Australian reporters that despite 007 being on the silver screen for more than 50 years, he's yet to make it Down Under.

"That’s a terrible mistake," said Wilson during a break in filming the fourth Daniel Craig film 'SPECTRE' in Mexico City. "Mea culpa. As soon as we can get a great sequence going we will get there."

"People are travelling so much on their own the challenge is to find events or places that haven’t been widely exposed," said Broccoli.

"With ''SPECTRE' we have the sequence of the Day of the Dead, and obviously it happens in Mexico. For Australia, you would have to come up with Bond with a didgeridoo or on a kangaroo or on the Gold Coast."

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