What film has the power to close down Whitehall, London Underground stations and Smithfield Market? Skyfall.
James Bond's latest outing sees 007 rushing around his own back yard to defend MI6, allowing director Sam Mendes extraordinary access to some of the capital's most iconic locations.
So in the latest Skyfall videoblog — following on from previous pieces on costumes, set design and shooting in Shanghai— we get a few more sneak peeks and just where Bond will end up over the course of his chase around Britain's capital.
So to find out more about Bond and his hometown, click play on the video above and be sure to look out for more Skyfall in upcoming issues of Empire.
Skyfall will hit UK cinemas on October 26, with US Bond fans only able to see it come November 9.
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Have to say I loved the teaser trailer BUT was left disappointed by the full trailer. Not sure how to take Barden, he looks oddly camp with his blond hair. His villain looks more prissy and mincing than menacing. Mended has been promoting Barden's villain as Bond's Bane but....not getting that vibe yet.
Of course, rabbits will scream "wait to you see the finished film". Which I will of course. More