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Tomorrow Never Dies - A Man in the BMW That Is Meant to Be Driving Itself!
The James Bond movies are famous gadgets and stylish cars. Millions of dollars is spent on each film to make sure there are no mistakes, so I was surprised to see this! To find it play your copy of "Tomorrow Never Dies" until you get to the part where Q is showing James Bond his new car. It is meant to be a remote car that doesn't need anyone inside, but as the car pulls up to Bond and Q, you can clearly see a man at the wheel. All of the other shots don't have anyone in the car, so why this is, I don't know.
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DK on 03-08-2001
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DK writes:
Ah, yes. Q meets bond at the airport and brings him to a loading bay in a hanger. The crate is in the hanger, so the crate opens and Q shows bond the car. Q starts to drive using the cell phone car remote thing, but is really bad. James takes the control, drives the BMW around the hanger (this is where the slip up is) and stops the car inches away from where bond and Q are standing. I hope this clears some things up < < <
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joe the hoe writes:
Are you sure? I recently watched that 007 and I remember the car coming out of a giant box with the sides falling off of it. Am I right or are you? (P.S. I decided not to vote because I am unsure of who is correct.)
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Scolman writes:
I think they would have needed a proper stunt driver who can see where he is going clearly, as they could have ended up running over Pierce and injuring him if they did it the usual way (with a guy actually hidden in the drivers chair I believe)
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southpaw writes:
I saw a story about this stunt on TV. There was a stunt driver driving the car. He was driving the car covered up in the back seat watching a monitor. When the car stops inches from Bond and Q they only showed them from the knees down. Which could mean that their legs could have been fake.
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