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'In a similar fashion to Arnie in "Commando" (although this time the plane was landing rather than taking off), Bond skipped his passport check by hopping off the landing gear onto the tarmac.
In a typical Brosnan-Bond moment, he does the buttons on his jacket up as he strides purposefully down the runaway. The scenes were shot in March 2001 in an engineering base at Heathrow Airport using huge fans.
The final film leaves us with the assumption that Bond managed to get through passport control the old fashioned way.'
Interesting find, I would've liked to have seen that moment in particular, I can see Brosnan pulling it off.
But yes,im intrigued as well,where did you get the photo ?...a great discovery !
Just check this link: http://www.commander007.net/orbis/deleted-scenes-english-version/
Great images. Thanks for that.
Agreed. And even with CR, the first release was rubbish. It was the second, "Deluxe" edition, that had the bonus features.
If you've got $250 million to spend on a movie, there's no excuse for not adding in a director's commentary and some deleted scenes/interesting featurettes.
I probably wouldn't have cared about a lack of everything else if they at least had that.