'James Bond' producer refutes Mexico changed 'Spectre' script
The producer of the new James Bond thriller 'Spectre' has denied claims that the script was changed to get incentives in Mexico.
Washington: The producer of the new James Bond thriller 'Spectre' has denied claims that the script was changed to get incentives in Mexico.
It was reported that leaked emails indicated that Mexico made suggestions on the nationality of an actress and the villain, the villain's intended victim and some film shots as its incentives for the film were at stake, ABC News reported.
Producer Michael G. Wilson said that there is nothing in the script that they hadn't had before, like the villain was always an Italian and they already shot that in Rome.
When asked about Mexico's purported insistence on a Mexican actress in a role known as Estrella, Wilson replied that they always had a Mexican actress playing this part, for which Mexican actress Stephanie Sigman has been casted.
Officials in Mexico City have declined to comment on possible incentives offered on the movie.