Hidden camera found in ladies’ toilet at James Bond film studio sparking fresh crisis for new 007 movie


NEW 007 movie James Bond 25 has been plunged into fresh controversy after a hidden camera was found in the ladies’ toilets at its film studio.

Bosses at Pinewood Studios in Iver Heath, Bucks, are cooperating with police after the shocking discovery – which was revealed last night.

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A hidden camera was found in the ladies’ loos at Pinewood Studios, where the next James Bond movie is currently being filmed[/caption]

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The scandal came just a day after Prince Charles visited the set of the latest Bond movie[/caption]

The scandal came just a day after a visit by the Prince of Wales – during which he was shown around by stars Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes and director Cary Fukunaga.

A spokeswoman for Pinewood said: “We take this issue very seriously.

“We have reported the incident to the police and are supporting them with their investigation.”

The next instalment of the Bond franchise began filming at Pinewood in April.


It was delayed by four months after original director Danny Boyle quit over creative disagreements with producers.

The Sun Online has contacted Thames Valley Police for comment.

The latest dilemma comes just a few weeks after filming was halted following an explosion on set that injured a crew member.

Daniel, 51, was also injured himself earlier this year during a stunt that went wrong.


A source told The Sun: “It’s been a miserable few weeks.

“Things went from bad to worse with Daniel’s injury and then the set explosion.

“But now the Bond car has arrived and Daniel is on the mend.

“It’s the best bit of news they’ve had for a long time.”

Prince Charles visited Pinewood on Thursday – where he was pictured laughing with Bond actor Daniel Craig and Ralph Fiennes – who plays spy boss M.

His Royal Highness was in good spirits as he checked out the posh motors and chatted with the leading men.

Bond 25 – a working title for the film – is due for release in April next year.

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Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes and director Cary Joji Fukunaga chat to Prince Charles during his visit[/caption]

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Craig, 51, with Prince Charles on the set of the latest Bond film this week[/caption]


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