The main title sequence of James Bond's 22nd movie installment will once again involve semi-nude silhouetted dancers.
"Quantum of Solace" will see the return of the scantily-clad silhouetted dancers featured in almost every opening credits of James Bond movies. In one of its article, The Sun reported that after the sequence went missing in "Casino Royale", the signature opening of the superspy flick will be displayed once again in the 22nd James Bond movie featuring the silhouette of two sexy dancers, Franky Wedge and Jessica Grist.
To the tabloid, 26-year-old Wedge gave out the confirmation gushing, "I had an audition and I thought there was no way I was going to get it. There were ten foot tall skinny models and I was like, 'Oh right'." She then added, "I was actually in Milan when they told me I'd got the part, so I had to fly straight home to do a rehearsal."
On the sequence itself, the dancer explained, "We had to get a bit naked! We were wearing some things just to cover certain bits of us, but it had to look like we had nothing on!" Additionally, she also revealed that some of the sequences will be computer generated. According to Commander Bond, the title sequence is created by design company named MK12.
Following once again Daniel Craig as the superspy agent 007 in one of the most complex missions he has ever done, "Quantum" picks up literally hours after the end of "Royale". In it, Bond throws himself to a mission to uncover the truth behind the betrayal of the woman he loved, Vesper Lynd, leading him to a mysterious organization led by Dominic Greene who strives to dominate one of the world's most important natural resources.
Directed by Marc Forster and penned by a team of writers, Robert Wade, Neal Purvis and Paul Haggis, the Columbia Pictures' flick also features the likes of Mathieu Amalric, Gemma Arterton, Olga Kurylenko, Giancarlo Giannini, Judi Dench, Jeffrey Wright, etc. It is due to be released in the theaters nationwide on November 14.