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Quantum of Solace
Dyeing for Your Art: Gemma Arterton as Miss Fields.
Olga Kurylenko is Ukrainian and plays a Bolivian of Russian descent.
Joaquín Cosío is Mexican and plays a Bolivian.
Fernando Guillén Cuervo is Spanish and plays the Chief of Police of La Paz.
Oona Chaplin was born in Spain (though she does not usually consider herself Spanish) and plays a Bolivian.
Hey, It's That Guy!: The hotel receptionist would later quit her job and move to Westeros under the name Talisa Maegyr. Shoulda stayed with the receptionist gig.
Looks like Kate Beckett was a member of the Canadian Secret Services before joining the NYPD.
Hey, It's That Voice!: Guillermo del Toro and Alfonso Cuaron provided some voicework.
Playing Against Type: Mathieu Amalric is known for playing whimsical intellectuals in French auteur dramas. Nobody expected him to play a Bond villain.
Troubled Production: Daniel Craig eventually revealed during an interview in 2012 that that the 2007-2008 Writers Strike had left the film without an actual script, forcing Craig and Director Marc Forster to try and write most of it themselves to meet MGM's release date. Unfortunately, most of the film's criticisms can be traced back to this as well.
What Could Have Been:
Originally had quips, famous quotes, and James Bond finally killing Mr. White and other members of Q.U.A.N.T.U.M.
The Title Theme Tune was originally going to be the song "No Good About Goodbye" written by Bond series composer David Arnold and performed by Shirley Bassey, singer of the themes for , Goldfinger and Moonraker .
Diamonds Are Forever Amy Winehouse and producer Mark Ronson recorded a demo track for the title song, but due to Winehouse's ongoing legal and personal troubles, no further progress was made on the song.
Originally the climax was planned to happen in the Swiss alps.
Bruno Ganz was considered for the role of Greene.