James Bond filming upsets residents

2015-06-03 16:00

Los Angeles - Filming on Spectre is set to disturb some London residents.

People living around the area of Millbank, near the Tate Gallery, have received e-mails informing them that the much-anticipated new Bond movie will be shooting outside apartments in their neighbourhood from 6 until 8 June, and again from 13 until 15 June.

The residents have been told that lights and generators will be running during the filming, with the movie crew set to work through the night from 18:00 until 07:00.

One resident told the New York Post's Page Six column that the email had been sent in order to reduce the number of complaints received further down the line.

This comes shortly after Daniel Craig and other members of the Bond crew disturbed residents on London's River Thames by filming a helicopter and speedboat chase for the Sam Mendes-directed Spectre.

In May, locals living near the location were left struggling to sleep when the helicopter circled above their homes until midnight.

At the time, one Twitter user wrote: "Really really loud James Bond helicopter over my house.

"Super cool that there's a new Bond film ... Less so when it means a helicopter circling your flat. (sic)"

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