James Bond 25: MORE filming locations REVEALED for Daniel Craig movie? | Films | Entertainment

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A month today Craig will begin principal photography on 25 at Pinewood Studios. As is tradition, a press conference beforehand is expected to reveal the film’s cast and title. And now some shooting locations abroad may have been revealed. MI6 HQ reports that local Italian press says Bond producers have confirmed filming in Matera, in southern Italy.

The city is a “rocky outcrop in the region of Basilicata” and “includes the Sassi area, a complex of cave dwellings carved into the mountainside.”

Allegedly Bond 25 may be shot in the area’s historic centre from April 6.

Aside from this a claimed source on Reddit says Athens, Greece is also likely to appear in the new movie.

Specifically, the SNFCC (Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre) which has new facilities including the National Library of Greece and the Greek National Opera.

According to the Norwegian Film Institute, funding of around £4.2 million has been given to a film called B25. For obvious reasons, this is believed to be Bond 25.

And that scheme means Bond producers can get a refund of up to 25% of the money they spend in Norway, up to the amount the grant sets.

Also, back in October Bond franchise regular

Zürcher started as a stuntman in 1969’s On Her Majesty’s Secret Service and has worked as a production manager among other roles across 11 Bond films.

Most recently the Swiss film producer was an assistant director on Quantum of Solace and snow consultant on Spectre. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that he’s involved with Bond 25.

Speaking with Berner Zeitung, he said: “Yes, there are discussions about cooperation for the next Bond movie. 

“Recently, a director has finally been found, and shooting in Canada is scheduled for next March.”

Bond 25 will be released in cinemas on February 14, 2020.



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