That's A Wrap
28th October 2019
Principal photography on No Time To Die has been completed
By MI6 Staff
After 184 days, principal photography on the 25th James Bond film 'No Time To Die' wrapped on Friday, 25th October 2019.
Some second-unit footage was captured in Norway in March, but it is usual to only calculate shooting schedule by the first-unit calendar. The film now enters post-production with 158 days until the likely World Premiere date of March 31st, 2020.
The last day was a night shoot on the Cuba set built at Pinewood Studios. The use of a Cuban location in the film has never been officially announced, despite the Royal visit showing the sets back in June.
A lavish wrap party was held on Sunday night (27th October 2019) at Freemasons' Hall in London. Lea Seydoux and Lashana Lynch were two of the cast confirmed to be there. Daniel Craig departed the UK and was spotted landing in New York City on Monday.
Also on Sunday, Empire Magazine released the first official publicity still of the film. The costume worn by Daniel Craig drew a lot of commentary online. Empire teased that more would feature in the print edition of the magazine, but no further stills were in the issue when subscribers started to receive their copies today.
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