Casino Royale: Death in Venice - The Sinking Palazzo.
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Fall of a house in Venice - Casino Royale During the ending of Casino Royale in Venice, after realising that Vesper has betrayed him, Bond follows her from St Marc's square to her secret meeting with Gettler. When Gettler spots Bond he escapes with Vesper and runs into an empty house by the Grand Canal.
Directed by Rob Done. With Steven Begg, Martin Campbell, Chris Corbould, Daniel Craig. Short behind the scenes making-of documentary about the filming of the sinking house palazzo and the Venetian piazza chase from the James Bond movie Casino Royale (2006).
Casino Royale locations A look at the principal filming locations used for Daniel Craig’s first appearance as 007. During Casino Royale (2006) James Bond travels to locations such as Madagascar, the Bahamas, Montenegro and Venice, and required a number of weeks on location in addition to studio work.
At two hours and twenty-four minutes, 'Casino Royale' (2006) was once the longest James Bond movie, beating the previous record holder On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969) by four minutes, until the release of Spectre (2015), which beat it by another four minutes. 'Spectre' (2015) was previously the longest James Bond movie record holder, with a running time of two hours and twenty-eight.
The release date for the new James Bond film has reportedly been pushed back so that Daniel Craig can concentrate on Rachel Weisz’s pregnancy. Danny Boyle is set to direct the latest instalment.
To those who have watched Casino Royale, the collapse might bring back memories of the climax in Venice in the 2006 Hollywood blockbuster — a huge building surrounded by water and Bond (Daniel Craig) trying to save Vesper (Eva Green) who locks herself in an iron-frame lift and allows herself to sink as the concrete structure crumbles like a pack of cards.