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About Pinewood Studios

Pinewood opened its doors in 1936 and is now the most famous film studio in the world. It has been the home to the James Bond films since Sean Connery made “Dr. No” back in 1962 and over the last 7 decades all but 4 of the 25 movies have been filmed there.

Even before 007 came to Pinewood it was home to the Carry On series, with 31 films being made in and around the studios between 1958 and 1992.

More recently the studios have been home to the Star Wars franchise, starting with “The Force Awakens” through to “The Rise of Skywalker” and the Jurassic World franchise with “Fallen Kingdom” and next year’s “Dominion”.

This year Pinewood will host “Indiana Jones 5”, “Ant Man 3”, “Captain Marvel 2” and the Star Wars series “Obi-Wan Kenobi” for Disney.

Filming “No Time To Die” at Pinewood

Daniel Craig’s five film tenure as James Bond, which started with the superb “Casino Royale”, will (probably) end with “No Time To Die” which was one of the most expensive movies ever made, at over $300 million.

“No Time To Die” was originally scheduled for April 2020, it was the first movie to be rescheduled due to the pandemic and at the time it seemed like an odd decision, but this proved to be right and in fact it moved again, from November 2020 to April 2021 and then again to October of this year.

The film was shot between April and October 2019 using various facilities at Pinewood including the 007 Stage, Q Stage, Richard Attenborough Stage, Underwater Stage and the North Lot which housed an enormous Cuban street set – you can find out more about the filming here.

For movie fans Pinewood is a truly unique and exciting place to visit, to learn more check out our Bonding over Lunch at the Home of 007 and “Carrying On” at Pinewood blogs
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