In the coming year 2020, James Bond is returning in a completely new style. This character is such that it becomes more famous with every film. 'No Time to Die' is the 25th film of this franchise. Along with this film, Daniel Craig will be seen in the role of James Bond for the fifth time. Talking about the film Spector of this franchise released before 'No Time to Die'. The name of this film is recorded due to the making of records in the history of cinema. Let's know those records.
A big stunt was shot for a seven-minute scene in the film. Explosives were used in large quantities in this. This scene was shot on 28 June 2015 in Morocco. This was the biggest stunt scene in the film history of the world. About 8418 liters of fuel and 33 kg of explosives were put into it. The explosion was so big that the flames rose hundreds of meters high. Because of this scene, this film was recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records. Chris Korbold had an important role in this scene. Chris was the special effects supervisor of this film. Daniel shot a number of very dangerous scenes himself without resorting to duplicates.
For 'Bond 25', Craig is getting a fee of 50 million pounds i.e. about 4.50 billion rupees which is not a small amount. If you give the year-old earnings of the big stars of Bollywood, then they will not be able to reach his fees. Daniel is the most expensive hero in the world. Not only this, no hero has earned as much name as Daniel has earned on the strength of just one series in the Hollywood industry. After shooting for 'Specter The 007' in 2015, he had said that he would cut his nerve but would not be seen in the Bond film. Fans were very much marked by this news, but later he changed his mind and made up his mind to work in 'Bond 25'.