No Time To Die: Daniel Craig's Bond 25 causes TERROR scare at RAF base due to a van; Deets Inside

No Time To Die has another problem on hand. The Bond 25 movie, which will see Daniel Craig appear as the James Bond for one last time, caused a terror scare at the RAF base.
No Time To Die: Daniel Craig's Bond 25 causes TERROR scare at RAF base due to a van; Deets InsideNo Time To Die: Daniel Craig's Bond 25 causes TERROR scare at RAF base due to a van; Deets Inside
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No Time To Die's controversies and problems refuse to die. The new James Bond movie, which sees Daniel Craig don the 007 suit one last time, is in the headlines for yet again and not for the right reasons. The Bond 25 film wrapped filming a few weeks ago. However, during the filming, the makers did a huge blunder. The Cary Fukunaga directorial caused a terror scare at the RAF Brize Norton, Oxfordshire, due to a van left behind by the crew after filming concluded at the location. 

According to The Sun, 400 personal were evacuated from the RAF base on Tuesday night and the campus was locked down when an unattended van was found on the base camp. The service members presumed the van was filled with explosives thus summoning a bomb squad to examine the suspicious vehicle. The vehicle reportedly was forgotten behind by the crew when they shot at the campus last week. 

"Everything was packed up on Friday but amazingly one of the vans was left behind outside the mess. I don’t know if it was the film company or the hire company, but someone reported the van," an insider revealed. "It is an unbelievable blunder to have caused such a massive security risk," the source added. 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The RAF issued a statement confirming the scare and assured that it was all safe now. “The RAF can confirm that a vehicle with a lapsed pass was identified at RAF Brize Norton last night. To ensure the safety of our people a cordon was set up and a number of personnel were moved. Subsequently, the vehicle was checked & identified and as it posed no threat, all personnel were returned to their accommodation," the RAF spokesperson said. 

This incident just adds to the list of controversies No Time To Die has attracted since its filming. The Bond 25 movie, which has been dubbed as jinxed by many, has had its share of problems. From finding a director to controlled blasts going wrong and Craig breaking his ankle, the problems are never-ending. 

No Time To Die releases in April, 2020.

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