Filming of the latest James Bond film has ground to a halt because of a knee injury to star Daniel Craig with producers explaining that the problem is “a real concern.”
While super-villains from around the world have been unable to stop the world’s best and most famous secret agent, the injury sustained on the set of the 24th Bond film ‘Spectre’ has, meaning that the whole schedule for filming has had to be adjusted to the frustration of all involved.
The latest round of filming has been taking place in the mountains of Austria and with the shooting set to move to Italy in the coming days, people working behind the scenes are becoming increasingly worried that the star of the film will be unable to join them putting the whole movie on hold which, with a current release date set for November this year, is as concerning to the producers as the injury itself will be to Daniel Craig.
Gregg Wilson, an associate producer on the new film, has said that the scenes in Austria really needed to make an impact and it sounds like everyone was impressed with how Daniel Craig shot the scenes on the picturesque set – doing all of his own stunts. “We have to deliver an amazing sequence” he said, “and this is going to be one of the major action sequences of the movie, a jewel in the crown so to speak. It’s going to be spectacular and Austria seemed to offer everything that we needed to pull it off.”
Trailers from the Austrian fight scenes in which Bond punches and shoots his way through a series of villains have appeared online, and they look AMAZING. See for yourself with this video from the Daily Mail: