Details on Rome Shoot for James Bond film ‘SPECTRE’

Car chases in the streets of Rome. Count us in!

Bad Taste (via reported the details on the possible shoots in Rome, which will be shooting beginning March 8.

Actors Daniel Craig and Monica Bellucci met with Rome’s mayor Ignazio Marino regarding the shooting production.


It was revealed a car chase scene on Via Nomentana, from viale Gorizia to Porta Pia, in which traffic will be blocked from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. for the night shoot.

There’s another chase scene on the Lungotevere, which finishes with Bond’s car ending up in the river. He will be rescued via helicopter.

Other chase scenes will be shot in via Barberini, via Quattro Fontane, via Nazionale and the locations of Borgo Pio, Milvian Bridge and the streets around Piazza Navona.

It sounds like it’s going to be one awesome car chase scene.

Bond returns to its Ian Fleming’s novels roots by investing a diabolical evil organization SPECTRE (Special Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion).

Director Sam Mendes (“Skyfall”) is back to direct this Bond film. The cast will also include Ben Wishaw, Naomie Harris, Ralph Fiennes, Christoph Waltz, David Bautista and Lea Seydoux.

“SPECTRE” is scheduled for theaters on November 6.

Check out the photos below.

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