Bond 25 offered Norwegian film subsidy

Bond 25 has been offered a subsidy to film in Norway worth 47 million krone ($5.52 million), the Norwegian Film Institute said on its website.

The announcement lists the grant is being offered to a film called “B25,” according to a translation of the website. It is the largest grant offer in the history of the program, according to the translation.

The program requires productions receiving grants have “broad international distribution.”

Bond 25 is scheduled to begin filming in early March for a February 2020 release date.

H/T @Bond25Film on Twitter.

One Response

  1. Maybe they will resurrect one of the plot points in early “The Spy Who Loved Me” scripts of hiding a villain’s base under a fjord?

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