To celebrate the premiere of the latest James Bond movie, the Jamaica Tourism Board has released behind-the-scenes footage from No Time To Die. The footage shows the cast and crew, as well as some locations filmed in Jamaica.
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Jamaica is the birthplace of 007, where Ian Fleming filmed and wrote Bond novels. The island also appears in the first James Bond film, Dr. No (1962), as well as in Live And Let Die (1973). Jamaica is a prime location on No Time to Day, where Bond has left active duty and lives a quiet life on the island. His peace did not last long when his old friend, Felix Leiter of the CIA, showed up asking for help.
The Jamaican Tourist Board is pleased to play such a major role in the 25th James Bond film. Edmund Bartlett, Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism, commented, “Bond means to us that we are a beginning, but also a wonderful ending.” For its part, the Hon. “It’s something we’ve dreamed about and we’re thrilled to see it become a reality,” added Olivia Grange, Jamaica’s Minister of Culture, Gender, Leisure and Sports.
Jamaica is known for its majestic green hills, white sandy beaches, and turquoise waters. Whether you’re relaxing on the beach at Laughing Waters, where Honey Ryder came out of the water at Dr. No, or wander the lesser known places for novels and films, Jamaica will captivate travelers who want to follow in the footsteps of James Bond. Take a refreshing dip on world-famous beaches, admire the most beautiful waterfalls, dance to the vibrant rhythm of reggae, savor the spices of culinary delights, and tempt the senses with the finest rum.
No Time To Die will be released in theaters internationally on September 30, 2021 via Universal Pictures International and in the United States on October 8 by Metro Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) via United Artist Flag.
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