Heavy Snow Freezes Filming On James Bond Movie
Spectre stopped in its tracks by wintry Austrian weather...
Filming on the next James Bond movie Spectre has been brought to a halt by wintery weather on location in Austria, it is reported.
The Mirror claims that 007 star Daniel Craig and the cast and crew of the 24th movie in the franchise have been left twiddling their thumbs following a massive snow dump on the shores of Lake Altaussee.
The paper quoted Enrico Jakob from local film association CineStyria as saying: "Filming is just not feasible at the moment.
"We have extreme winds on the surface of the lake where much of the filming is to take place. For the time being we must wait."
Roads are reportedly blocked with ice on the lake and stormy winds stopping the action scenes from being shot.
Filming started on the movie, directed by Sam Mendes, last month - when Craig was snapped on a boat on the Thames.