A new No time to die The photo of Daniel Craig as James Bond shows us more details of his Jamaican home, including Blackwell rum and likely a Leica camera.
Bond’s outfit is the Jamaican outfit he wears in and around his Jamaican home and when he drives into town Land Rover Series III Meet Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright).
The shirt is from Tommy Bahama |who have favourited jeans over Tom Ford and the gun is a Browning Hi-Power. His are not shown in the photo Vuarnet legend 06 Sunglasses and Sperry shoes that completes the outfit.
On the table we see some liquor bottles and glassware, including a bottle Blackwell Black & Gold Rum.
It was already assumed that we would see Blackwell Rum in Bond’s apartment since Blackwell created a special 007 rum and founder Chris Blackwell has some connections with the Bond franchise. Blackwell, famous for Island Records and who helped Bob Marley become world famous, had a childhood lunch with Ian Fleming at Gold eye and was a location scout in the first film, Dr. (1962). He worked on Bond with that one more time No time to die The production team provided the location where the Bond 25 announcement took place (GoldenEye) and made sure, among other things, that the bottle of Blackwell Rum was delivered to Bond’s apartment.
It was a public secret that a Leica Q2 James Bond Edition digital camera will be released. The camera is not yet available as the brand is likely waiting for the film to be released. However, leaked photos show a camera with a black and green body.
In the Jamaican house photo we only see a black body camera on Bond’s desk. It is definitely not the same model as the Leica Q2, if you look at the position of the buttons, it appears to be a Leica M10 with a black body.
Compare the buttons on the camera and it looks like a Leica M10
We can also see the following books on the table:
Time arrow: or The nature of the criminal act (1991) by Martin Amis
Zeitpfeil: or The nature of the crime is a novel by Martin Amis. It was shortlisted for the Booker Prize in 1991.
A brilliant darkness (2009) by Joao Magueijo
In A Brilliant Darkness, the theoretical physicist João Magueijo tells the story of Majorana and his research group “Via Panisperna Boys” who discovered atomic fission in 1934.
Postwar Period: A History of Europe since 1945 (2005) by Tony Judt
Post-War Era: A History of Europe Since 1945, British historian and scholar Tony Judt, who specializes in European history, has examined six decades of European history from the end of World War II 1945 to 2005.
Exact ISBN not known.