Hey James Bond Fans! Our Picks For Where To Shoot The Next 007 Film
November 9, 2012
James Bond will celebrate its 50th anniversary this year with, what else, a new movie. Skyfall, the latest of the films to drop, comes four years after Quantum of Solace, and Bond fans couldn’t have waited much longer—one can only go so long without the cinematic mix of explosions, car chases, and shoot-outs, after all.
Yesterday, we showcased all the best modern architecture to be featured in the 007 films as a way to welcome back the series. Today, as moviegoers line up for the premiere of Skyfall, we bring you our top projects from our database that might just make it into the next Bond romp. Each of the buildings are hidden away to an extent, whether tucked under or on the side of a mountain, perched over the seashore, or on the peak of a snow-carpeted mountain. It’s hard not to picture eccentric—misunderstood?—villains holing up in any one of these sites, stroking their favorite cat on their knee while plotting global ruin. Click through!