James Bond reminded his license to kill does not extend to film crew

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James Bond reminded his license to kill does not extend to film crew

Filming for the latest James Bond film was put on hold and the set placed on total lockdown after three huge explosions ripped through the set injuring a member of the crew.

But, James was un-nerved as he casually walked away before ordering a shaken not stirred Martini and then winking at a sexy lady who made or may not have been a Russian spy.

One crew member was left needing medical attention after a stunt went wrong on the world-famous 007 stage at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire. There  were three huge explosions and part of the roof was blown off.

But, out of the wreckage walked 007 dusting off his white tuxedo jacket before quipping I ‘pine-would’ get that looked in to. Or something equally as witty.

But lawyers were quick to check the small print on 007’s License to Kill and have confirmed that it is not valid for film crew.

The incident happened just weeks after Daniel Craig hurt his ankle when he slipped over causing filming to stop for over a week. Rumours of crisis and infighting have been reported

probably between MI5 and the Russians.

But, James Bond was unavailable for comment as he slipped unnoticed into the crowd

before copping off with a woman called Beatrice Bumcrack or Phillipa Fannyflick or something.

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