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Set Visit Video of 'Quantum of Solace' Hits the Net

May 12, 2008 (4:46 am) GMT
As the filming of the new James Bond movie takes place in Bregenz, Austria, fans are given the chance to see what happens behind the production there as an on-set video has been released.

As the production of new James Bond movie "" gets underway in Bregenz, Austria, a behind-the-scene footage of the filming there has been unleashed by the action movie's production team. The one minute long video contains some of the on-set location scenes as well as comments about the film by , and director Marc Forster.

Accompanied with 007's theme song, the footage opens with a clip in which sleek Bond walks amidst others to a spot that seems to be a bar table. The video then cuts into Craig's on-set interview followed with Foster's. The two discuss about what they have in mind on the new superspy agent and also what to expect from it. Though the compilation of clips doesn't reveal any action scenes, it still provides fans with many on-location shooting footages.

Bringing back Craig as the second time Bond, "Quantum" will serve as the follow-up film to "" as the story is said to be focusing on Bond seeking to mend his broken heart by unveiling the reason behind Vesper's betrayal and uncovering the organization blackmailing his former lover. The 22nd installment of the high octane Bond's adventures will be able to be seen in theaters on November 7.

"Quantum of Solace" - Bregenz's Behind the Scene:



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