It seems that a series of bad lucks happened on the set of "Quantum of Solace" back in April has sparked interest of a top psychic, Dean 'Midas' Maynard. The man who has helped British sports teams and celebrities using his supernatural power has offered to shake off the future accidents from happening with one condition, it should change its release date.
Claiming that the on-set accidents are parts of the curse lingering on the superspy agent movie, Maynard stated that he believes that the film's Halloween release date has something to do with it. Hence, he presses on the producers to give the 22nd installment of the James Bond movie a new schedule to avoid further damages. "People may scoff at the talk of a curse, but it seems strange that all these bad things have happened in such a short space of time, and perhaps it's something to do with the Hallowe'en release date of the film," so claimed the psychic.
Concerning the incident surrounding the action film, "Quantum" has been faced with several turbulence during its filming in Italy. On Saturday, April 19, one of Bond's Aston Martin cars has plunged into Lake Garda in Italy on the way to the shooting location. Few days after, on Wednesday, April 23, a near-fatal car crash occurred when a stunt driver shooting for the 15 minutes car chase sequence was involved in a head on collision with a lorry. Not finished with those two incidents, on Saturday, May 3, a "Quantum" technician was found seriously injured from his wife's attack using a steak knife.
Up to the outing of this news, there are still no comment coming out from "Quantum" filmmakers on the suggestion to change its release date so it can be concluded that this Bond movie is still going to explode in the theaters on November 7. On the matter of the film itself, the Columbia Pictures' action tidbit has been filming at Lake Constance in Austria since May 1 and it will continue its principal photography for the next few months.