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Solden Photocall

7th January 2015

Daniel Craig, Lea Seydoux and Dave Bautista attended a SPECTRE photocall in Solden, Austria today

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Daniel Craig was joined by the new Bond girl Lea Seydoux and latest henchman Dave Bautista for an international photocall in Solden, Austria, today.

After a two day shoot in Altausee on Monday and Tuesday, the SPECTRE production moved to Solden to shoot at the 3S cable car and ICE Q restaurant through January 10th.

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