In the first photo from 'Spectre', Daniel Craig is seen holding a gun
on the Austrian set of the 24th James Bond movie movie. Giving
classic 007 pose, wearing sunglasses on and holding a gun in hand
against a mountainous backdrop in the Austrian Alps, Daniel Craig
looks handsome and robust.
A behind-the-scenes video from their first day of shoot was also
released showing the scale of the action scene being shot in the
Austrian Alps. Film's associate producer Craig Wilson said they
were filming one of the major action sequences in Austria which
will be "a jewel in the crown, so to speak" for the Sam
Mendes-directed 24th Bond movie.
The cast of the upcoming project also includes returning
Naomi Harris (Eve Moneypenny), Ben Whishaw (Q) and Ralph
Fiennes (M), as well as Bond newcomers Christoph Waltz, Lea
Seydoux, Dave Bautista, Andrew Scott and Monica Bellucci. Sam
Mendes is returning to direct the film after 'Skyfall'.
He has teamed up with 'Skyfall' writers John Logan, Neil Purvis
and Rob Wade also returning. The film, which began shooting in
December in London, is slated to hit theatres on November 6. Craig,
46, had sprained his knee while shooting the movie at the Pinewood
studio last week but he returned on the sets on Saturday.