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James Bond has a new mission at the Buckingham Palace for the 2012 Olympics

The Arrival introduces agent Bond who gets informed about his mission at the Buckingham Palace then flown via helicopter to Olympic Stadium in Straford, east London. At the destination, Bond parachutes into the arena.

The notorious spy agent James Bond will be featured on a commercial for the upcoming 2012 Olympic Games. British actor Daniel Craig is confirmed to have accepted Queen Elizabeth's personal invitation to film at Buckingham Palace an introduction for the event in which James Bond received the mission to launch the Opening Ceremony. The introduction is directed by English filmmaker Danny Boyle, which previously worked on Slumdog Millionaire, Shallow Grave, 127 Hours, 28 Days Later, Sunshine and Trainspotting. The short film titled The Arrival introduces agent Bond who gets informed about his mission at the Buckingham Palace then flown via helicopter to Olympic Stadium in Straford, east London. At the destination, Bond parachutes into the arena.


According to The Sun, Boyle and his crew were given "unprecedented" access to the Queen's private rooms while filming at Buckingham. Rumors abound that the Queen is making a cameo appearance in the short, but thus far the Palace is keeping those details secret.


As the 23rd Bond movie will premiere later this year to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Bond movies , this short for agent 007 will mark a double special this year. The 44-year-old actor recently talked about his role in Skyfall and stated that he would go with the role until they will tell him to stop. I know there'll be someone after me, and hopefully someone after them - I'm just trying to keep [the franchise] going, Craig told BBC News.


Directed by Sam Mendes. Skyfall is due to hit theaters on October 26th .


James Bond has a new mission at the Buckingham Palace for the 2012 Olympics

 
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