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Bond fans have a view to a thrill

James Bond fans last night had a licence to kill time as they waited patiently to watch 007 stunts being filmed in London.

Film buffs lined the River Thames in an effort to catch a glimpse of Daniel Craig in the latest instalment of the big-screen adventure series.

Some bridges over the Thames were temporarily closed to the public as crew in high-vis vests warned pedestrians from getting too close to the action.

Members of the film's entourage told bystanders Craig would be taking part in a scene filmed on a speedboat.

The film, Spectre, comes after the success of Skyfall, which grossed 1.1 billion dollars (£700 million) worldwide. It is scheduled for release on November 6.

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