Shooting wraps on No Time to Die

No Time to Die has finished shooting some 182 days after filming started in Jamaica.

The film finished right on schedule following a night shoot on 25th October. The news was confirmed on Eon’s office social media accounts in the early hours of Saturday morning with a photo of Daniel Craig with his arm around director Cary Fukunaga and a clapper board:

Soon after Fukunaga shared a photo of a clapperboard on his Instagram page:

Production began officially on 28th April 2019 following a live streamed event to introduce the actors at Goldeneye. However some scenes had already been shot in Norway in late March to take advantage of the ice and snow before the spring melt.

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