Watch: Quick, New Bond 23 'Skyfall' Production Design Video Blog
"It's about finding things that are different and exciting for the audience to look at." Time for another short break to explore the Bond universe. 007.com has just posted the latest video blog following James Bond's Skyfall, still being directed by Sam Mendes as we speak. This blog focuses briefly on production designer Dennis Gassner and his work designing the sets, including an "enormous underground station" which looks to be the new MI6 HQ. Judi Dench also chats briefly and there's a few more behind-the-scenes shots, but overall this is just a quick video blog reminding us why this is definitely a film to keep an eye on. Enjoy!
Here's the latest video blog for Sam Mendes' 23rd Bond film Skyfall, in high def from 007.com:
Skyfall is being directed by Sam Mendes (American Beauty, Road to Perdition, Jarhead, Revolutionary Road, Away We Go), from a script by John Logan, Neal Purvis and Robert Wade. Skyfall will once again star Daniel Craig as James Bond 007, along with Javier Bardem, Dame Judi Dench as M, Ralph Fiennes, Albert Finney, Naomie Harris, Bérénice Marlohe, Helen McCrory, Ola Rapace with Ben Whishaw. You can also follow the official twitter @007 for updates as well, they've been tweeting photos and more. Columbia Pictures, Eon Productions and MGM have Skyfall set to hit US theaters on November 9th this fall. We'll continue to keep you updated on all things Bond. Read my on set experience from Istanbul and stay tuned.
That glass room at the end looked spectacular, I can't wait to see what kind of crazy scene they shoot in there.
peloquin on May 4, 2012
Finally a decent featurette!!!
Dom on May 5, 2012
Every information comig from Skyfall looks great, and this isn not an exception. What a fantastic job! I also hope that Sam Mendes would choose again Daniel Kleinman for the titles.
JM on May 5, 2012
That last bit with the neon signage looks great.
for england, james on May 6, 2012
Another swedish actor in Ola Rapace. Alot of swedes in Hollywood now 🙂
Ola Thuresson on May 7, 2012
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