Dying Can Wait: Behind the Scenes in Cuba

Ana de Armas and Lashana Lynch tell about the fights and their preparation.

Even two months after its theatrical release on October 6 in France, the new film in the James Bond saga is still talking about him. To die can wait, which closes the Daniel Craig cycle as Bond, raised a lot of questions and created a lot of reactions when it was released, while introducing new characters to the universe of Agent 007. Among them, there are two women: Paloma and Nomi. The first, embodied by Ana de Armas, accompanies Bond on his mission to Cuba, while the second, played by Lashana Lynch, is the new holder of the number 007 in the film. In action in Cuba, the two agents must bang their fists and guns in the face of the agents of Specter. A scene deciphered and told by its performers, in an exclusive video by Collider :

From the director Cary Joji Fukunaga to actresses, through Olivier schneider (the stunt supervisor), all follow one another to tell about the creation of this scene, and especially the physical preparation of the actresses. With a focus on Paloma, big favorite of the public. Ana de Armas talks about the Cuban scene and what makes the salt of her character, her “surprise” as she says. “Paloma uses three different guns, she runs with them, she changes them during the action, so I really wanted to do everything right and make it look like I knew what I was doing.”

To die can wait, 25th film in the James Bond saga, was released in theaters on October 6. It marked the end of the era Daniel craig as James Bond, after Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Sky Fall and Spectrum. With Léa Seydoux, Rami Malek and Christoph waltz at the casting.

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