James Bond death secrets: The inside story of filming No Time To Die's explosive ending

As usual with a new James Bond movie, 007 went globe-trotting.

Filming for No Time To Die took place in the likes of Norway and Jamaica,

where Ian Fleming wrote his spy novels at his Goldeneye home. Rami Malek’s Bond

villain Safin needed a suitable evil lair in Poison Island,

which is fictionally located in disputed waters between Russia and Japan.

After much searching, the Danish Faroe Islands, just north of Scotland,

were chosen for shooting on one of their most remote isles, Kalsoy.

Only accessible by ferry, Kalsoy (which means man island), is a beautiful,

mountainous and mystical place, home to myths, legends and a population of less than 100.