Prince Charles just visited the James Bond movie cast on set
British royal Prince Charles gave the latest Bond movie cast and crew a treat on Thursday (20 June) when he visited the set at Pinewood Studios in England.
Filming did not get off to the greatest start as leading man Daniel Craig suffered an ankle injury shooting a stunt scene and underwent surgery, but now Bond 25 is back on track and the production halted on Thursday as a special guest visited.
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#Repost @clarencehouse On the set of the new #Bond25 film at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire, The Prince of Wales talks cars with @007 himself, Daniel Craig! The Prince toured the James Bond set today and met cast and crew, including Ralph Fiennes, who plays ‘M’ in the films, and gave The Prince a peek inside his character’s office. HRH also watched a scene being filmed with actors @NaomieHarris and @lashanalynch. The new James Bond film, the 25th in the series, is due for release next year. During the visit, The Prince met @britishfilminstitute apprentices who are working on the film. The BFI Film Academy runs 52 academies across the UK, giving young people the opportunity to learn about filmmaking. HRH has been Patron of the @BFI for 40 years.
Craig, who was sporting a few cuts on his face from filming, introduced Prince Charles to his castmates Naomie Harris and Ralph Fiennes and director Cary Fukunaga, and showed off the superspy's iconic Aston Martin DB5.
The royal visitor also met crew members working on the film set.
The movie is still set to hit cinemas next year (20), despite Craig's injury and absence as he recovered, with director Fukunaga revealing recently he shot scenes around his leading man's 007 and used a stunt double for pivotal scenes.