‘No Time To Die’ producers poured 8,400 gallons of Coca-Cola on Italian street for James Bond stunt
Daniel Craig came up with the idea
The producers of No Time To Die have revealed they used 8,400 gallons of Coca-Cola to make a cobbled street less slippery for a James Bond motorbike stunt.
According to stunt boss Lee Morrison, Daniel Craig devised the trick allowing his stunt double rider Paul Edwards to hit a 25ft ramp at 60mph, clear a wall and land on cobbles. The film crew spent £55,000 on the sugary soft drink that, once dried, left a sticky residue on the stones.
The actor added: “Cinemas all around the world are closed at the moment. We want to release the movie at the same time all around the world and this isn’t the right time. So fingers crossed, 2 April  is going to be our day.”
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