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007 Sculpture presented in London's Trafalgar Square

By: Anders Frejdh
Published:
2021-08-28
007 Sculpture in Trafalgar Square London
Last night, working with the London Mayor’s Let’s Do London campaign and to celebrate the 25th James Bond movie, No Time To Die, a 007 sculpture was unveiled at a public screening of Skyfall (2012) presented by Back to the Big Screen in Trafalgar Square with a special introduction from Naomie Harris (Moneypenny in the last three Daniel Craig films) who FSWL has been fortunate to interview two times over the years. So much looking forward to fly back to our favourite city in the world next month!

At the event, fans were encouraged to share their photos with the sculpture over the bank holiday weekend for a chance to win tickets to a midnight screening of No Time To Die on 30th September at The Cinema at Selfridges.

The special intro for the Skyfall screening at Travalgar Square from Naomie Harris:



For the latest official announcements on No Time To Die, visit the official website.

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