Where was No Time to Die filmed? Guide to ALL the Filming Locations: The Bond House

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The Bond 25 movie No Time to Die is Daniel Craig's final appearance as 007 after playing Ian Fleming's character in Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Skyfall, and Spectre.

The veteran English actor, who used to perform some of his own stunts, had to cut back on doing any dangerous scenes as he is still suffering from his injuries on Spectre (2015). His wife, the also popular actress Rachel Weisz (The Constant Gardener, The Mummy), has allegedly nicknamed big action movie shoots as the boxing ring and doesn't want him in pain again.

As with any Bond film, the franchise is a globetrotter. No Time to Die was filmed in Italy, England, Scotland, Norway, Faroe Islands, and Jamaica.

Ana de Armas as the Bond Girl

Cuban-born actress Ana de Armas (Blade Runner 2049) plays Paloma, the Bond Girl. She was personally hand-picked for this role by Daniel Craig after working together in Knives Out, the house-themed film.

Rami Malek (Mr. Robot, Bohemian Rhapsody) plays the bad guy Safin. Ralph Fiennes reprises his role as M, the head of MI6. Léa Seydoux also appeared in the last film, playing Bond's love interest Dr. Madeleine Swann. Lashana Lynch (Maria Rambeau in Captain Marvel) is Nomi, the 002 agent.

We will be updating and expanding this spoiler-free report once more images and details about the No Time to Die filming locations are revealed:

No Time to Die town Italy
1 - Matera, Italy - No Time to Die was filmed in the scenic, historic center of the Italian city of Matera (Basilicata), featuring unique and ancient Sassi (carved white stone houses).

A car chase scene with the Aston Martin DB5 starts at Piazza San Pietro Caveoso. According to Jalopnik, the motorcycle stunt jumping near Matera Cathedral in Piazza Duomo was performed for real, as many fans captured the images on set.

This UNESCO World Heritage Site was also the central location where Wonder Woman was filmed, doubling as the Amazon's town on Themyscira island.
(You can open all the locations on Google Maps by clicking on the links below in the captions ↴)
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Gravina di Puglia James Bond
2 - Gravina di Puglia, Italy - The bridge scene was filmed in another town, Gravina di Puglia.

The old Ponte Acquedotto is a well-preserved bridge of Roman origins. We'll soon update the info about the shoot in Sapri and Maratea.
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Jamaica Port Antonio
3 - Port Antonio, Jamaica - IMDb reports that the production filmed scenes in Jamaica based in Cuba, as due to U.S. legislations the filmmakers couldn't shoot there.

The recording took place at Harbour Street in Port Antonio, Portland.
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Scene in the Faroe Islands
4 - Kalsoy, Faroe Islands - According to Guidetofaroeislands.fo, a helicopter was taking aerial shots on the remote island of Kalsoy, in the Faroe Islands.

The crew filmed by using the small settlement of Trøllanes as a base, a village surrounded by beautiful wild nature, populated by 23 souls and a bunch of sheep.
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James Bond Norway shoot
5 - Atlantic Ocean Road and Langevann Lake, Norway - A driving sequence featuring an Aston Martin V8 Vantage was shot along the scenic Atlantic Ocean Road (Atlanterhavsveien), which runs through an archipelago in Eide and Averøy.

It's confirmed that the brand new Valhalla model would also feature in the film. The scene at a frozen lake was filmed in the Langevann Lake in Nittedal, located 20 miles from Oslo.

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6 - London, England - Any James Bond movie has to film in London, where the MI6 headquarters are located.

The production was shot in several areas in the center, including Whitehall and Hammersmith.

Studio work took place at the Albert R. Broccoli 007 Stage in Pinewood Studios. Pictured, the 007 walking in Whitehall Ct, near the real Ministry of Defence building.
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James Bond in Scotland
7 - The Cairngorms, Scotland - The movie brings Bond back to the Scottish Highlands.

Local press reported that action scenes were shot in Aviemore and the Cairngorms National Park area.
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The No Time to Die house

No Time to Die house
The Ardverikie House Estate on the banks of Loch Laggan is an imposing 19th-century Scottish baronial mansion featuring château-inspired turrets.

This Victorian Gothic manor has already been used as a filming location in hit productions including Monarch of the Glen, Outlander, and The Crown.
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