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Published On: Mon, Sep 22nd, 2014

New James Bond film will have ‘Interstellar’ cinematographer, shot on film

Bond 24 moved forward with big news as cinematographer Roger Deakins exited and is now being replaced by Hoyte van Hoytema as director of photography.

Fans may have been disappointed to learn of Deakins’ exit after the amazing look of Skyfall, but the “replacement” has a great resume of work: the original Let The Right One In, he recently worked on both Tinker Tailer Soldier Spy and Her, and was also hand-picked by Christopher Nolan to shoot Interstellar.

ben-whishaw-james-bond-daniel-craig-skyfallIt has also been rumored that after making the leap to digital on Skyfall, Bond 24 will be shot on film, a technique van Hoytema also employed on Interstellar.

MI6 reports that the new film will “start filming on December 6th With current location filming including Austria (replacing Norway), a car chase in Rome, and a possible sequence in Morocco.”

“It’s also been confirmed that the cast and crew will get together in late November for  a script read-through. In terms of casting news MI6  are reporting that the villain is going to be a classic Phyiscally imposing character who will have several fights with bond all through out the film so basically think a 21st centuary Jaws.In terms of bond girls the site also reports Many Scandinavian actresses have already been tested for a minor Bond Girl role but the role of the main Bond girl will British,” the fan site adds.

Directed by Sam Mendes and starring the returning Daniel Craig, Bond 24 w ill arrive in theaters on November 6, 2015.

This film will also star Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris and Ben Whishaw are set to reprise their roles as his boss M, ally Moneypenny and gadget guru Q, respectively.

Daniel Craig as Bond on bike skyfall photo

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