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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Jeff Bridges Darlene Sweet Dakota Johnson Emily Summerspring Jon Hamm Laramie Seymour Sullivan Chris Hemsworth Billy Lee Cailee Spaeny Rose Summerspring Lewis Pullman Miles Miller Nick Offerman Felix O'Kelly Xavier Dolan Buddy Sunday Shea Whigham Woodbury Laurence Mark O'Brien Larsen Rogers Charles Halford Sammy Wilds Jim O'Heir Milton Wyrick Gerry Nairn Reporter Paul Kraemer Alvina August Edit Storyline Six strangers, Jeff Bridges, Cynthia Erivo, Dakota Johnson, Jon Hamm, Cailee Spaeny and Lewis Pullman each with their own secrets, meet at the El Royale hotel of Lake Tahoe.
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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". Also, this movie version was released fifty-three years after the novel's publication.
Daniel Craig and Eva Green appeared in The Golden Compass Daniel Craig 's now infamous swimming trunks are made by La Perla. A James Bond origin story like this had been touted to be the first James Bond movie after Sir Roger Moore retired.
A first draft screenplay was written, where James Bond was a young man in the Royal Navy. However, producer Albert R. Broccoli rejected the concept, believing at the time that the audience wasn't really interested in a young James Bond.
Ian Fleming received three offers for the film rights to his novel during It was a six month option, and Ratoff took this to CBS, which produced and broadcast this one hour episode for Climax!
John Shepridge negotiated the sale of the film and television rights in Before the sale, the novel had not been successful, and was retitled and Americanized for its paperback issue.
Fleming also needed money. Both sales, including the option and the buy-out, are considered to have been sold too cheaply and were two sales that Ian Fleming later regretted.
Gregory Ratoff passed away on December 14, His widow, in , sold the rights to Charles K. Feldman went on to make Casino Royale , and it would not be made as an EON Productions movie for another thirty-nine years.
Sir Richard Charles Nicholas Branson's cameo in this movie is cut out of the in-flight version shown in all of the leading airlines, as was a shot of the Virgin Atlantic aircraft that Branson supplied.
However, Branson is seen at the Miami airport right hand side x-ray screening when James Bond is chasing Eclipse. Only appearing for a second, Branson did make it onto British Airways.
The first official James Bond movie to start without the famous gun barrel introduction, which is shown just before the opening titles.
It is also a distinctly different style to any previous movie. It is rendered in black-and-white, the blood falls in fast rivulets, the rifling of the barrel is markedly changed, Bond is dressed more casually not in a tuxedo nor suit and tie and for the first time in the franchise, the viewer has seen the person Bond shoots.
Additionally, this is the first gun barrel sequence without some variation of the "James Bond theme", as it is accompanied by the opening bars of the theme song, "You Know My Name", sung by Chris Cornell.
A more traditional gun barrel was included in Quantum of Solace , but it is not shown until right before the closing credits. This is the only James Bond movie where you see M in bed, and with someone.
Bond is also seen on the train to Montenegro with a glass of whiskey. Although this Bond movie was at the time technically the Bond movie with the longest running time, if one removes the end titles, it still falls a minute or two short.
On Her Majesty's Secret Service was therefore at the time still the longest film in the series as far as actual screen-time is concerned, even with its own end titles removed.
Gulshan Grover was considered for the role of a Bond villain. Also, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was considered for the role of Vesper.
Chris Cornell 's performance of the opening credits song, "You Know My Name", makes him the first American male to perform a James Bond opening credits song.
Louis Armstrong's "We Have All The Time In The World", from On Her Majesty's Secret Service was a closing theme. During , Quentin Tarantino had suggested making a version of "Casino Royale" with Pierce Brosnan.
Reportedly, Tarantino and Brosnan spoke publicly about this proposed project. When Brosnan was not rehired as Bond, Tarantino very publicly berated the producers, and refused to have anything more to do with the project, even though he was never attached to the movie at any time.
The interiors of the Venetian sinking house were a rig built at the Paddock Tank at Pinewood Studios, and it could be submersed in nineteen feet of water.
It weighed ninety tons, and used a mixture of hydraulics and electronics. A computer controlled the hydraulic valves, as well as a one-third scale model of the building, which was used for shooting exteriors.
Water was pushed upwards by banks of compressors controlled by technicians. It was not actors, but crew, who, for once, were the ones responsible for bringing the house down.
He then went into partnership with Albert R. Although much of this movie was shot in Prague, Czech Republic, only the opening black-and-white sequence was actually set there.
Contrary to popular belief, this is not the first James Bond movie to feature Felix Leiter as an African-American.
Bernie Casey portrayed him in the unofficial Bond movie Never Say Never Again It is, however, the first EON Productions movie to use this arrangement.
The inclusion of the scene at the Body Worlds exhibit means that this is the first Bond movie where real corpses are shown on-screen. When Quentin Tarantino was in talks with Sony Pictures, he wanted Samuel L.
Jackson as Felix Leiter and Uma Thurman as Bond Girl Vesper Lynd. The poker cards, chips, and plaques featured in the movie were manufactured by Cartamundi.
Poker sets of cards and chips that are replicas of the movie props are available from Cartamundi. Caterina Murino was filming in Argentina when the first casting session was held for this movie in Paris, then filming in Rome when a second session was announced.
However, the day before her appointment, she fell from a horse while rehearsing, and she ended up going to the casting interview filled with pain killers and hardly able to walk.
When she was asked if she could ride a horse, she said that she'd just fallen off of one. Despite that, she got the part, making it her first in English.
First James Bond movie in the EON Productions series not to have a major pre-credits action stunt sequence since The Man with the Golden Gun A published report by BSkyB in early indicated that Sir Sean Connery was amongst those being considered to direct.
Solange's name is never mentioned in this movie. The name of "Solange", in the movie, previously appeared in two Ian Fleming stories.
She was the name of the girl in the short story " In New York", and a girl named "Solange" was referenced in the short story, "From A View To A Kill".
These stories are included in the "Octopussy" and "For Your Eyes Only" collections, respectively. They have the same name, but it has not been confirmed whether they are actually the same character.
Bond saying his signature line "The name's Bond. James Bond. In filming the scene in which the engine thrust of the moving aircraft blows the police car high into the air, second unit directors Ian Lowe , Terry Madden , and Alex Witt used a crane with a strong lead cable attached to the rear bumper of the vehicle to move it up and backwards at the moment of full extension away from the plane.
In the season of MythBusters , the team proved a myth about a taxi being flipped over behind a The most obvious difference was that the plane the Mythbusters used was stationary on a runway, whereas the plane in this movie was still airborne.
Rene Mathis Giancarlo Giannini introduces himself by saying "My name is Mathis, Rene Mathis" to James Bond Daniel Craig and Vesper Lynd Eva Green in Montenegro.
This is an allusion to the iconic phrase "The name's Bond, James Bond", which Daniel Craig utters for the first time in the last scene.
The Casino Estoril of Lisbon, Portugal was the inspiration for the casino gambling scene and title for the novel.
Portugal remained neutral during World War II and became a hub of espionage for both the Axis and Allies.
On a visit there on behalf of British Intelligence, Ian Fleming learned that many German Agents frequented the Casino and decided to gamble against them, hoping to bankrupt the enemy spies and then recruit them as double agents by offering to have British Intelligence pay off their debts.
However, unlike his fictional creation, on his visit, Fleming bancoed three times and lost three times. Little did he know that his future James Bond novel title would be made as a movie three times.
Producer Barbara Broccoli originally wanted George Clooney for the role of James Bond, and eventually met him to discuss about the part, but Clooney turned down the part, saying, "I'm American, and it wasn't right for James Bond, James Bond is English, and not American.
Vera Farmiga was considered for the role of Vesper Lynd, but was considered "too American". This is the first EON Productions official James Bond movie to pretty much utilize all of the main characters from an original Ian Fleming James Bond novel since Live and Let Die Paul Haggis ' main contribution was to re-write the climax.
Special effects technician Tony Smart worked as a stuntman on Casino Royale Steven Obanno was based on terrorist Joseph Kony. James Purefoy did a screentest for Bond, but later admitted it was a "disaster", and was glad he didn't get the role, preferring to stay in London with his family.
Tabloids claimed Jude Law and Heath Ledger were being considered, but the source and veracity of those claims is unknown. Eric Bana was reported once to have signed on to play Bond, but he put out a press release saying it was untrue, and that he had no interest in the role.
Rumors claimed that Orlando Bloom was considered to play Bond, but he laughed them off and pointed out how absurd they were.
Bloom, who was twenty-eight at the time, was too young for the role. South Africa was originally scheduled as a filming location for the movie.
A James Bond movie had never filmed in this country before. Scheduling difficulties, and the inability to secure shooting locations, meant that the location had to be scrapped.
During the opening credits animation, sniper crosshairs morph into roulette wheels. These wheels have the usual red and black numbers, but just a green single zero on them, and not the more common ones that have both a single zero and a double zero.
This is because James Bond hadn't quite yet been given his "Double-0" status. The holster in which James Bond conceals his Walther P99 sidearm in is a Vega IB Inside-the-Waistband or IWB holster.
The first time since The Living Daylights that a James Bond movie has used an original Ian Fleming story or novel title.
This was the movie which original producers Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman always wanted to make but couldn't, because the rights weren't available.
Finally, they became available in and were obtained by Broccoli's stepson Michael G. Andreas Daniel , who plays the card dealer, got the role by chance.
While the production company was looking for a card dealer, they called the casino he was working in.
Coincidentally, Daniel was on the phone, saying "You are looking for a card dealer? You have just found him. Take me! He bought himself a new car from the salary.
A video podcast with shooting updates was available during production, making it the first James Bond movie to do this.
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