Skyfall is, quite correctly, being showered with awards and almost universal praise, and it’s certainly a Bond film for the age.
It brings the franchise bang up to date, while still keeping true to the heritage of the character and the brand that is James Bond, 007.
It’s out now on DVD and Blu-Ray, and to celebrate both, they’ve launched skyfalllodge.com, which offers the extra, extra bits.
Any true fan will love this, a fully interactive multimedia look behind the scenes of what is sure to become one of the franchise’s most iconic settings – Bond’s childhood home, and scene of the dramatic climax, Skyfall Lodge.
Galleries of stills from the shoot and an audio commentary from the film's director, Sam Mendes, offer a unique insight into the fictional estate and why the remote valley made the perfect setting.
Explore the house itself and you’ll find all kinds of treats, including the “living posters” from the ad campaign, production artworks and all kinds of other little nuggets of Skyfall gold
In all, this is a Bond fan’s background paradise.
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