The shooting of the 25th James Bond film began in Jamaica. The curious thing is that instead of the usual and showy Aston Martin, Bond was seen behind the wheel of a 1971 Land Rover. After leading a number of Aston Martin while still in service, James Bond will appear in the new film as a retired agent. The Mi6 agent to appear at the wheel of a 48-year-old Land Rover identical to this the traditional recipe behind James Bond films.
The secret agent who treats the greatest villains on the planet as a “lion”, then behaves like a true “kitten”, will return to the great screens in the next venture of 007 films. The recordings for the 25th film of the saga are already underway, this time in Jamaica, where Daniel Graig was seen behind the wheel of an old Land Rover of the III Series, manufactured between 1971 and 1985.
James Bond fans are more related the Aston Marin – the supercar steered by 007 in his secret mission. Hence Land Rover of 1971 might require to reach the heels of the powerful Aston Martin that have been the service car in the latest films of 007.
It seems that the old Land Rover for James Bond, already in the role of retired ex-agent living from the pension on the Jamaican island. And if the Jeep seems to have come from the past, they were also “imported” from other films of 007 actors like Léa Seydoux, who has made Bond Girl in Specter 2015, and Jeffrey Wright, who made a CIA agent in Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace.
The reason why Graig interprets the retired agent is a request from his CIA colleague, who asks him for help in rescuing an important scientist kidnapped by the bad guys. The film will debut in 2020 and will be the 5th and last in which Daniel Graig is James Bond.
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