The two Spectre stars have been shooting James Bond movie No Time To Die in Matera, Italy this past week. And the latest set snaps caught Daniel Craig and Léa Seydoux sharing a smooch. Clearly, their characters Bond and Madeleine Swann are still very much in love after they drove off in the Aston Martin DB5 at the end of Spectre. However, The Sun’s 007 source claims the love scene was pretty tame, in keeping with No Time To Die’s commitment to be appropriate for a post-Me Too age.
One on-looker on set said: “During one kiss they were so far apart you could have driven a truck between them.”
The pair were also spotted shooting scenes inside the Aston Martin DB5, which will be involved in a car chase.
Meanwhile, other set photos spotted Craig’s Bond caught in an explosion as he pays respect at a grave.
Fans have been speculating this is the resting place of his former lover Vesper Lynd, who drowned in Venice at the end of Casino Royale.
It’s been alleged that the scenes shot in Matera are part of the film’s pre-title scenes.
Apparently, the car chase takes place after Bond “pays tribute to an old flame”.
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