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Tabloids claim Bond 25 director left crew waiting for hours

18-Jun-2019 • No Time To Die

According to The Sun, Bond 25 director "Cary Fukunaga, 40, was 'several hours' late to a scheduled slot due to his particularly intense video games session. A large number of crew were waiting on location when he eventually turned up three hours after his anticipated arrival time."

A Bond source told the paper: “There is real mutiny right now on the set. It’s bad enough that Cary was so late for filming and held everyone up, but then for the crew to be asked to work extra hours to cover it was just the final straw.

"He turned up three hours late which pissed everyone off. There was a big bust up because they’re so behind. Many said they were not willing to give up their Father’s Day in return for this film. It’s just doomed.”

The source added: “The director insisted on new reccies for locations. They then set up a scene but director failed to turn up for several hours because he was playing on his PlayStation.”


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