Saturday, 17 January 2015
Friday, 16 January 2015
Shoot Another Day! Daniel Craig transforms into gun wielding agent as he films more explosive scenes for eagerly anticipated James Bond blockbuster Spectre
Daniel Craig was back on set in Obertilliach, Austria on Friday as he filmed more scenes for the latest Bond installment Spectre.
Having wrapped shooting of a dramatic plane crash the previous day, Craig transformed into gun wielding agent as things heated up.
Firmly in character, the 46-year-old paced up and down as he avoided the flames and fumes emitting from an overturned vehicle.
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Shoot Another Day! Daniel Craig transformed into a gun wielding agent on Friday as he filmed scenes for Spectre in Obertilliach, Austria
Explosive: The 46-year-old paced up and down the set as he avoided the flames and fumes emitting from an overturned vehicle
No doubt set to play a big part in the upcoming movie, all members of the crew were in tow to ensure the scene looked as realistic as possible.
Although not too much is known about the upcoming movie, producers of the film said that it centres on 'a cryptic message from Bond's past (that) sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organization.'
The Man with the Golden Gun: There's no doubt that epic viewing for those heading to cinemas this autumn
Intense: Camera men could be seen running after Craig to make sure they captured the every single detail of the mise en scène
Taking a break from the dramatics after the fire was put out Daniel was appeared to listening out for instructions through an earpiece
Forth time's the charm: The upcoming film will see Bond trying to take down the international terrorist organisation called Spectre
Massive production: More than 50 members of staff were pulled in to make sure things went according
After rounding up the scene, Daniel chilled with members of the cast and crew as he took time out to eat.
Refuelling after the energetic session, the muscular hunk was seen eating out of green lunchbox as he sat overlooking the site.
Proving to be something of a team time out, as Craig readied the next scene some members of the crew took a load off and sat in the snow.
Refuelling: After rounding up the scene, Daniel chilled with members of the cast and crew as he took time out to eat
Bond's gotta eat! The muscular hunk overlooked the site as he ate his meal out of a bright green lunchbox
Blending in with the crowd: The action hero sat directly in front of the overturned car as members of the team surrounded him
Team time out: As Daniel got prepared for the next scene some members of the crew took a load off and sat in the snow
No expense spared... Various gadgets and structures have been put in place on site to make sure the film is a success
On Thursday Craig was pictured sporting fashionable earmuffs as he braved the chill while an elaborate plane crash was staged.
Hiding his eyes behind a pair of sunglasses, Daniel had his game face on as he waited for his cue to get into character.
Dressed in all black, the father-of-one donned a thick quilted jacket and kept his hands in pockets as the crew set up the scene and ran him through the safety measures.
Joined on set by director Sam Mendes, once the cameras got rolling, the actor was pictured running out of the battered plane, which appeared to be shot down and on fire.
Licence to chill! On Thursday Craig kept warm with the help of earmuffs as he filmed a dramatic plane crash for the new Bond installment
So stylish: The father-of-one donned an all black ensemble complete with grey earmuffs and a pair of blacked out sunglasses
Elaborate: The plane, which was on fire and appeared to have been shot down, was seen sliding down a slope
Waiting for his cue: The 46-year-old stood with his hands in his pockets as he watched the crew in action
Close inspection: The crew were pictured giving the British actor a tour of the plane before he hopped in
So far the actor has already been spotted on a sea vessel in Lake Altausseer See, Altausee.
He was also seen filming last month alongside Rory Kinnear, who plays MI6’s Bill Tanner, as they braved the chilly morning temperatures in London for the scene.
It seems the race is really on if the film is to meet it's box office deadline of a UK release this October.
Well informed: Daniel looked on curiously as he was shown the ins and outs of the battered aircraft
Test run: Daniel, who is married to actress Rachel Weisz, took off his quilted jacket as he readied the scene
Action! Once the cameras started rolling, Craig was seen running away from the plane wielding a gun
Game face on: Craig is reprising his role as the much loved British spy for the fourth time
The set-up: Several members of the crew were seen pulling the plane into position for the scene
The new cast was only announced in December, with Christoph Waltz, Lea Seydoux, Monica Belushi, Dave Bautista and Andrew Scott lined up to star.
Waltz has been widely expected to assume the role of legendary villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld, head of the Special Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion, but the Oscar winning actor insists his part is more complex than speculation suggests.
Asked if he would head the fictional terrorism organisation, Christoph told Collider: ‘No. No. It's more interesting than that.’
All hands on deck: Various members of the production team were in tow to ensure everything ran smoothly
Up and coming: Filming of Spectre began in November not long after the film was announced on December 4
'Better script than we had last time': Craig revealed that he believes the storyline for Spectre is amazing
Line up: Christoph Waltz, Lea Seydoux, Monica Belushi, Dave Bautista and Andrew Scott star in the new film
Getting direction: Daniel was seen taking with film director Sam Mendes was the cameras stopped rolling
This came shortly after Craig said the script for Spectre, which is expected out this October, is ‘better than we had last time’.
According to the actor, who's playing James Bond for the fourth time in the new film, Spectre should be superior to the 2012 hit Skyfall, which made more than $1.1 billion at the worldwide box office.
He said: ‘We've got an amazing cast and, I think, a better script than we had last time.’
Working out the gaps: Craig appeared to go back to his starting point as Mendes walked towards him
Team work: It was all hands on deck as the film crew worked hard on the set to make the scene look as realistic as possible
House on fire: The smoky scene is sure to play a key part in the upcoming flick which is expected to hit cinemas this October
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