Now You See It
18th July 2022
No Time To Die used a record level of CGI
By MI6 Staff
'No Time To Die' took the use of digital effects and CGI to a new level for a James Bond film, and a world apart from the techniques used 20 years ago when the technology was first used in anger for 'Die Another Day'.
From dusting trees with snow to adding hundreds of flying bullet casings, 'No Time To Die' had a digital touch-up on almost every frame of the film. Was it all necessary?
Issue #65 of MI6 Confidential magazine (now shipping) goes deeper into this topic with interviews with all the leading effects companies that worked on 'No Time To Die' and reveals just how much of what you saw on the big screen actually happened in-camera.