James Bond has been on the rough end of an action
sequence again, as snaps of Daniel Craig between
scenes on "Quantum of Solace" in Panama reveal...
Production Diary (14)
4th March 2008
Photographers managed to snap Daniel Craig filming
scenes of the upcoming James Bond film "Quantum
of Solace" in
Panama last week. Craig
was spotted by local press on Friday 28th
February. These two pictures are reported to be between takes
in the city of Columbus.
Above: Craig between scenes
on February 28th 2008 - the first time the dark jacket
light pants outfit for the film has seen seen.
The following day, Craig was snapped wearing make-up that indicates
007 has been on the rough end of an action sequence. The outfit
is identical to the earlier shots, indicating this scene follows
on from the city filming. Bond gets behind the wheel of a red
truck, which appears to have taken almost as much of a beating
Above: Craig between scenes on February
29th 2008, sporting make-up from
a previous action
Location filming of "Quantum of Solace" is nearing
the end of its stint in Panama. The country is doubling for Bolivia.
Daniel Craig and the rest of the cast and crew will
arrive in Chile
on March 23rd to film more scenes.
One of the locations used in Chile will be the desert of Atacama
in the north of the country, more than 1,300 miles from Santiago.
Sources would not specify the precise locations where the shooting
take place, but the scenes are expected to involve "a
lot of action", which includes a landing of a plane in the
middle of the desert.
Principal cast members confirmed for the shoot include Bond
Kurylenko (Camille) and villain Mathieu
Greene). The shoot and will involve 210 foreign professionals
and 105 Chileans. The production is expected to spend 12
days in Chile. Other filming in South America will also take
in Cuzco, Peru.