The latest installment of James Bond movie "" reportedly won't see Peru as a filming location anymore. According to Reuters, the producers of the upcoming action movie have announced on Friday, March 7, that they have ditched plans to film in Cusco, a city near the Inca ruins at Peru's top tourist site, Machu Picchu.
Concerning the reasons behind the cancellation, it was said that the producers believe the unpredictable bad weather could jeopardize the whole production as the filming schedule is very packed up. "They decided not to come because of climatic conditions. They couldn't be sure it wouldn't rain and they have very tight time," revealed Margarita Morales, the director of a Peruvian company hired to assist with the shooting, Iguana Productions. "They told me the reasons were strictly because of the weather."