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Some of them were Julian McMahon , Hrithik Roshan , Dominic West , and Gerard Butler. Most of them were deemed not appropriate to fit the role, while some others were nothing but media speculation.
Goran Visnjic , Sam Worthington , Alex O'Loughlin , and Rupert Friend were also considered, while Henry Cavill almost got the part, but was considered too young to play it.
Hugh Jackman reportedly turned the role down. Vesper Lynd's official job was that of International Liaison Officer for the Financial Action Task Force of H.
Her work address was 1 Horse Guards Road, London, SW1A 2HQ. Like the use of the real Vauxhall Cross address of MI6 in the James Bond movies of the last decade, this is the real address of Her Majesty's Treasury.
While in the "Miami" airport, there is a call for flight The style of free-running and movement Mollaka the bomb maker uses in the Madagascar chase near the beginning of this movie is called "parkour".
Sebastien Foucan Mollaka is one of the main publicists of parkour, and has appeared in many other media events. In the earliest versions of the script, Mollaka was known as "Two Fingers".
Other translations in different languages include German, "Die Nummer" - "The Number", "Herr Ziffer" - "Mr. Numeral", and Romanian, "Ochiu Spart" - "Broken Eye".
The set interior of the sinking house in Venice measured forty-five feet by forty feet, and was forty-five feet high.
It was built around the existing indoor tank at Pinewood Studios, which was increased to twenty feet, so the whole set could sink sixteen feet.
The black-and-white opening of this movie was an idea of director of photography Phil Meheux , who conceived it so as to give a surprise to viewers, as well as a nod to The Spy Who Came in from the Cold and Reflections in a Golden Eye The opening sequence required six thousand feet one hour and six minute's worth, at twenty-four frames per second of Eastman Double-X black-and-white negative film.
At the time of its release, this movie is the only film in the official series to have a significant sequence filmed in black-and-white. However, some of the shots of James Bond in the gun barrel sequences in the early movies were in black and white.
Also, Climax! The Skyfleet S prototype at Miami International Airport is meant to be a take on the new Airbus A The S was built off of an old , which was originally used by British Airways under the designation "G-BDXJ" , and had flown for European Aircharter and Air Atlanta Europe before being retired from service.
It was refitted with two mock-up engines on each inner pylon, and external fuel tanks on the outer pylons, somewhat resembling a B Stratofortress.
Ian Fleming started writing the novel on his Imperial typewriter at "Goldeneye", Jamaica, around January , , and completed it on Tuesday, March 18, The shooting of this movie now means EON Productions has filmed the entire canon of Fleming James Bond novels, although some just in title for example: The Spy Who Loved Me , Moonraker , and You Only Live Twice The Bodyworks exhibition in Miami was shot on a very cold night in Prague, Czech Republic.
Martin Campbell claimed that the only reason he agreed to direct was that he had no other projects in development. The supposed homage to Honey Ryder's famous entrance in Dr.
No occurred because Daniel Craig hit a sandbar while swimming, forcing him to stand up and walk to shore. Marks the first time since The Living Daylights that a James Bond movie has used an original Ian Fleming short story or novel title.
During production, controversy erupted amongst some fans on the internet and the British press regarding the casting of Daniel Craig , a blond James Bond.
Since then, Craig has often had the nickname of "James Blond", due to his lighter color hair, which is markedly different than Bond's usual dark hair.
Pierce Brosnan had expressed an interest in making this movie, but was considered too old at the age of fifty-three.
Despite being second billed to Daniel Craig , Eva Green does not appear until fifty-eight minutes into this movie. In Skyfall , it is revealed that M's real name is Olivia Mansfield.
Daniel Craig is the first James Bond not to act with Desmond Llewelyn , who played Q in seventeen of the previous twenty movies, and died in Angelina Jolie , Naomi Watts , Scarlett Johansson , and Charlize Theron were strongly considered for the part of Vesper Lynd.
The first EON Productions James Bond movie to feature the Columbia Pictures logo. Columbia Pictures produced the James Bond spoof Casino Royale , and was attempting to make a second adaptation of the novel, before it bought MGM.
The seven rolls of the Aston Martin have been entered into the Guinness Book of World Records as the highest number of rollovers achieved in a motion picture.
Daniel Craig 's role in Layer Cake clinched the role of James Bond for him over the other competing rival actors. DVD and video rentals of the movie went up after the announcement Daniel Craig would be the new James Bond.
The Layer Cake end-of-movie Bondesque line has Craig say "My name? If you knew that, you'd be as clever as me", evoking the famous catchphrase "The name is Bond, James Bond".
The Ford Mondeo sport model used in the beginning of this movie is a special, one-off handbuilt prototype vehicle, constructed at Ford of Europe's Design Studio in Cologne, Germany in January , and shipped to the Bahamas in secrecy for shooting.
Production was not due to start until the second quarter of The free running parkour sequence was inspired by an edited-out roof-top chase sequence from On Her Majesty's Secret Service Quantum of Solace contains a real roof-top chase sequence.
As such, now both movies reference On Her Majesty's Secret Service This is the first EON Productions film to feature ally Rene Mathis.
Mathis appeared in the original Ian Fleming novel, but not the movie From Russia with Love , and variations of this character's name have appeared in Climax!
Rene Mathis returned in Quantum of Solace Daniel Craig is the shortest actor to play James Bond in the EON franchise at 5'10". Sir Sean Connery , George Lazenby , Sir Roger Moore , Timothy Dalton , and Pierce Brosnan are all around 6'2".
Barry Nelson and David Niven , who portrayed James Bond in Climax! The last time this happened was in Live and Let Die , which was Sir Roger Moore 's debut as Bond.
It is possible however that the unnamed MI6 Technician who implants a tracking device in Bond's is, if not the current Q, at least someone who works in Q Branch.
Poker playing was a common pastime amongst cast and crew on the set, even after production had wrapped. This, however, is not new for a James Bond movie.
Sir Roger Moore and Albert R. Broccoli , during breaks in filming, played and bet on backgammon. Many of the James Bond movies have been known to have cast and crew participate in some high-stakes gambling.
Vesper's purple evening gown was made by Roberto Cavalli , while her black one was by Versace. In addition, she wears Versace sunglasses in Venice, and her unique Algerian love knot necklace was made by Sophie Harley.
She also wears Melograno perfume by Santa Maria Novella. Valenka Le Chiffre's girlfriend wears a Versace swimsuit and an evening gown by Roberto Cavalli.
Solange Dimitrios' wife wears a green La Perla bikini and an orange evening dress by Jenny Packham. The old woman that played poker with James Bond and Alex Dimitrios is Diane Hartford , who also appeared in Thunderball as the woman with whom Bond decides to dance at the Kiss Kiss Bang Bang Club.
When he was cast as , Daniel Craig had his own ideas on playing the role and in an interview with Jonathan Ross on the set of this movie, he stated that he wanted to be faithful to the book and show the character's raw vulnerability by having him make a few mistakes and that the drama would be there when he gets it right and make the audience think that it's all going to go wrong and that when it all goes right, the audience would get more excited.
During the black-and-white sequence at the beginning, Dryden goes up in an elevator, showing the floor indicator. The scene cuts before the elevator goes higher than six, because Bond has not yet earned his "double-0" status, The region one Blu-ray became the highest selling high definition title to date, selling more than , copies.
First EON Productions James Bond film to mark many firsts: First to have a major black and white sequence, first not to feature Miss Moneypenny, nor the gun barrel walk, first to have the gun barrel sequence start after the opening sequence, and not before, and first to have a blond James Bond.
First to have an animated opening sequence since Dr. No , and the first for any Bond film since Casino Royale First EON Productions James Bond movie not to feature "Q" since Live and Let Die First Bond movie to feature a Casino Royale casino building since the unofficial Never Say Never Again , and the first to have a noticeably different opening gun barrel sequence the graphics of the gun barrel view are markedly different.
The final two contenders for the role of James Bond were Daniel Craig and Henry Cavill. However, at 22, Cavill was deemed too young for the role, so Craig got the part.
Cavill, who was 32 as of the release of Spectre , the same that Sir Sean Connery was when he took on the role , is now a fan favorite to take on the role once Craig steps aside.
The lawsuit was filed because of Sony's intentions to make a second adaptation of "Casino Royale". In the settlement, Sony agreed to hand over all of its rights to the Bond character and "Casino Royale".
In an ironic twist of fate, Sony bought MGM in , and in , released a serious adaptation of "Casino Royale". Daniel Craig is the first actor to play James Bond who was not cast by founding James Bond producer Albert R.
Vesper's face can be seen in the opening credits, when the crosshairs move over the face of the Queen of Spades.
Some of the poker players are theorized characters from the novels. The large black gentleman is Mr. Big from "Live and Let Die", while the touristy woman to Felix Leiter's Jeffrey Wright's left appeared in "Goldfinger".
She and her husband ask James Bond to investigate Auric Goldfinger's cheating them. This is only the second time that M's house has been shown in an official EON Productions movie.
The first was in On Her Majesty's Secret Service The unofficial Casino Royale also showed M's house.
The announcement of Daniel Craig as the new James Bond was made on October 14, , aboard H. President, in London. On that day, former James Bond Sir Roger Moore was celebrating his seventy-eighth birthday.
Pierce Brosnan was initially asked back by the producers for this movie, after the then-record breaking success of Die Another Day However after seeing The Bourne Identity and other contemporary spy movies raise the bar on realism and physicality in spy movies, in addition to Pierce's agent reportedly demanding thirty million dollars plus royalties for Brosnan to return as Bond, the producers reconsidered hiring Brosnan back, opting to cast the role instead with the younger, more virile Daniel Craig to reset the franchise.
Le Chiffre Mads Mikkelsen has previously been played by such great screen luminaries in film history as Peter Lorre in Climax!
Jessica Miller , who plays the dealer at the poker game at The Ocean Club, is the Poker Room Manager at the Crystal Palace Casino in Nassau, Bahamas.
As the DBS was still in its final design phase, therefore no working car was ready for use, filmmakers had to rely on test prototypes of the DB9, that were dressed up to look like the DBS, for the car roll sequence.
Tobias Menzies M's assistant, Villiers played Ian Fleming in Any Human Heart First James Bond movie since The Living Daylights not to be novelized into a book.
The original novel was reprinted as a tie-in for the release of the movie instead. The rights to the novel, sold by Ian Fleming separately very early on, now reside with EON Productions.
The three piece suit worn by Daniel Craig at the end of this movie is a navy version of the gray suit worn by Sir Sean Connery in Goldfinger In the original novel, Le Chiffre is described as an overweight, unattractive man.
Mads Mikkelsen doesn't fit that description. This movie takes place from July to August In designing the credit sequence for this movie, graphic designer Daniel Kleinman was inspired by the cover of the British first edition of the novel, which featured Ian Fleming 's original design of a playing card bordered by eight red hearts dripping with blood.
Kleinman said, "The hearts not only represent cards, but the tribulations of Bond's love story. So I took that as inspiration to use playing card graphics in different ways in the titles", like a club representing a puff of gun smoke, and slashed arteries spurting thousands of tiny hearts.
In creating the shadow images of the sequence, Kleinman digitized the footage of Daniel Craig and the stuntmen on the Inferno visual effects system at Framestore CFC in London.
The actors' silhouettes were incorporated into more than twenty digitally animated scenes depicting intricate and innovative card patterns. Kleinman decided not to use the female silhouettes commonly seen throughout the James Bond title sequences, considering that the women did not fit with this movie's spirit and the storyline following Bond falling in love.
Most of the cars seen in the movie are made by Ford Motor Company. In the scene where Bond acts as a valet, the cars in the parking lot are Land Rovers, Volvos, Jaguars, and other Ford Motor Company's vehicles.
Changes in some regions' release dates meant that some territories had this movie released in , thereby supplying fans and some publicists a once-in-a-millennium marketing dream, to see a James Bond movie in "Two Double-O Seven".
The tiny model car attached to Alex Dmitrios' key chain during the poker game resembles the Aston Martin DBS that James Bond is issued later in the movie.
Producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli decided to re-hire GoldenEye director Martin Campbell to direct this movie, as they felt he was the right man to direct Daniel Craig 's debut as James Bond.
GoldenEye was Pierce Brosnan 's debut in the role of James Bond. The Texas Hold'em games include a game where Bond has the best possible starting hand Ace-Ace and a game where Le Chiffre has the worst possible starting hand off-suit.
Daniel Craig is the first actor to be under the age of forty to play James Bond since Sir Sean Connery in Dr.
No , and George Lazenby in On Her Majesty's Secret Service Chris Cornell has said inspirations for writing the song "You Know My Name" came from Sir Paul McCartney 's theme for Live and Let Die and Sir Tom Jones ' theme for Thunderball When Bond plays poker at the Ocean Club, and wins Dimitrios' car, the dealer running the game is a professional poker dealer who works at that establishment.
The poker games at Casino Royale, which take up the latter half of this movie, were shot in nine days. Adjusted for inflation, this is the fifth most financially successful of the James Bond movies, behind Thunderball , Goldfinger , You Only Live Twice , and The Spy Who Loved Me The fact that Dame Judi Dench returned as M in this "origin" story has given credence to a curious fan theory: that "James Bond" is in fact a code name for whichever agent is assigned the number This would explain different actors playing the character in the same continuity.
However, events in subsequent movies starring Craig have suggested that Bond is in fact his given name. The four-year gap between the release of Die Another Day and this movie is the third longest gap between James Bond movies since the series first started in The longest gap was between Licence to Kill and GoldenEye The gap between Quantum of Solace and Skyfall is tied for third place.
The gap between Spectre and No Time to Die is in second place, at five years. To prepare for the filming of the Texas Hold 'Em poker card games, including the main card game at the Casino Royale, for homework, director Martin Campbell watched such classic card games movies as The Sting , Maverick , and The Cincinnati Kid First James Bond movie since Moonraker to use a villain from the Bond novels.
The number on Dimitrios' Simon Abkarian 's key ring was "53". Related Topics. Questions and Answers. Remove Excerpt. Removing question excerpt is a premium feature.
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Both were allowed to keep their costumes afterwards. Sharon Stone encouraged Erika von Tagen , the child actress who played her daughter Amy, to annoy James Woods constantly.
Joe Pesci 's wife at the time of filming , Claudia Haro , played Trudy, the co-hostess and band leader of "Ace's High".
Haro and Pesci divorced and she remarried. She was convicted in of two counts of attempted murder for hiring a hitman to try and kill her other ex-husband, a stuntman.
Joe Pesci bore some natural resemblance to Tony "The Ant" Spilotro, upon whom his character was based. In make-up, he looked even more like Spilotro, so much so that, according to Pileggi, when Pesci entered the casino where the movie was being shot, some pit bosses who'd had personal dealings with Spilotro "almost fainted".
Sharon Stone once told her acting coach, "I want to be good enough to work with Robert De Niro. The casino scenes were shot at the Riviera between a.
Although the casino didn't want the shoot to interrupt its business, that didn't prevent it from trying to lure more punters inside by putting up a large banner that said, " Robert De Niro , Sharon Stone , and Joe Pesci filming the new movie 'Casino' inside!
While the movie begins by stating it is adapted from a true story, it never names the real-life casino involved. The "Tangiers" casino is fictional.
The story is based upon the history of the Stardust casino, a fact well documented in the Las Vegas history books.
Martin Scorsese discreetly documents this fact via the soundtrack, in which the song "Stardust" is heard three different times.
An instrumental version plays during Ace and Ginger's wedding, and a vocal version is heard during the scene where Remo asks Marino if Nicky and Ginger are having sex, and also during the end of the final credits.
In the Blu-ray commentary, Sharon Stone relates the story of how she came to be in the film. She says her first two auditions for Martin Scorsese ended up being cancelled for various mundane reasons such as that Scorsese was held up by another meeting and Stone's paranoia convinced her that he was blowing her off.
When the director's people contacted her to try it a third time, she turned them down and went out to dinner with a friend instead.
Scorsese tracked her down and showed up at the restaurant where she was dining to make a personal appeal. Martin Scorsese directed this movie in such a way that just about every scene Pasquale Cajano Remo is in, a bright spotlight shines down upon him, but no other cast members in the scene.
This is clearly evident during the final scene between the mob bosses. When James Woods heard that Martin Scorsese was interested in working with him, Woods called Scorsese's office and left the following message: "Any time, any place, any part, any fee.
Martin Scorsese stated before the film's release that he created the "head in the vise" scene as a sacrifice, certain the MPAA would insist it be cut.
He hoped this would draw fire away from other violent scenes that would seem less so by comparison.
When the MPAA made no objection to the vise scene, he left it in, albeit slightly edited. The character based on Anthony Spilotro Nicky Santoro is placed in the Black Book.
However, in real life, Frank "Lefty" Rosenthal the inspiration for Sam "Ace" Rothstein was the one placed in the Black Book, and was run out of Las Vegas.
Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese dropped out of Clockers to make this film. The producers said that one of the most difficult things about filming this movie was finding people who would tell them how to cheat in the casino.
Martin Scorsese said that his favorite shot in the film is the overhead shot of Sharon Stone at the craps table when she is throwing chips up in the air.
The two deputies who come to Sam's house when Ginger rams his car were real Clark County deputies. They were working security on the movie set.
One of them Randy Sutton was featured on Cops The "f" word is said times, including in the narration, 2. The film held the record for the most uses of the word until the release of Summer of Sam , which also had a reported uses.
The record was later broken by The Wolf of Wall Street , which had close to uses. Don Rickles said of his character, "Billy Sherbert is a combination of guys I've known.
It didn't take a great amount of concentration on my part, because I grew up in this town. Robert De Niro decided that Ace should hound Ginger about every last dollar she spent.
Most of James Woods ' lines were improvised. Including the phone call with Ginger after her wedding. Originally, Woods was not supposed to speak during that scene.
Woods came up with idea that Lester would be with a prostitute and doing cocaine while on the phone with Ginger. This is the third Martin Scorsese film in which Robert De Niro , Joe Pesci , and Frank Vincent appeared following Raging Bull and Goodfellas To avoid the continuity problems that accompany a chain-smoking movie character, Robert De Niro always held his cigarettes the same distance from the lit end so that their lengths never appear to change.
Martin Scorsese directed the film as part of a two picture deal with Universal Studio because of their help and support with the release of The Last Temptation of Christ The other movie in the deal was Cape Fear So you know this going in.
There's a lot of action, a lot of story, but no plot. This was the first Martin Scorsese film that was edited digitally.