Jamaica is featured in the latest James Bond film. Fans of 007 got a delightful treat last week when the official Instagram account of the latest Bond flick, ‘No Time To Die’, shared two fabulous photos from their filming in Jamaica.
The shots, drenched in tranquillity, show off the scenic beauty of the paradise island. In the first picture, a silhouette-like figure, Bond, is seen taking a solitary twilight stroll along a strip, with his sharp reflection upside down in the water below. The second picture shows the famous spy, with his back turned, as he contemplates a vast expanse of calm water from the patio of his rustic villa. It premieres in the UK on Nov. 12 and the US on Nov. 20
This is the 25th film in the franchise and the locations in Jamaica – Portland and Kingston – are featured as well as in Italy, Norway and London. Bond films, which are usually announced in England, had its official livestreamed launch from Golden Eye Resort, Jamaica this time. Cast and crew, including Daniel Craig and director Cary Joji Fukunaga flew in to Oracabessa, setting up digs at the same villa where British author and James Bond creator, Ian Fleming, wrote all 13 Bond novels.