Nine luxury cars destined for shoot of new James Bond film SPECTRE stolen in Germany
Nine luxury cars that were due to be used during the shoot of new James Bond film SPECTRE have been stolen from a garage in Germany.
The cars, which include five Range Rover Sport models, are worth £630,000, and had been specially customised for the Bond film, which began production on Monday (December 8th).
According to the Daily Express, local police have no leads and the theft could actually delay filming while replacements are sought.
Bond's new Aston Martin DB10, which was unveiled last week, remains safe and sound though as it was kept in a different location.
Details of SPECTRE were unveiled last Thursday (December 4th) by director Sam Mendes, which sees Christoph Waltz, Monica Belucci and Lea Seydoux joining the cast.
Waltz will play a character named Oberhauser, not, as rumoured, the classic Bond villain Blofeld, Belucci will play a character named Lucia Sciarra, while Blue Is The Warmest Colour star Lea Seydoux will portray a character named Madeleine Swann.
Sherlock star Andrew Scott is also joining the cast, playing a character named Denbigh who works at MI6. He will join the returning Rory Kinnear, Ralph Fiennes and Naomie Harris, who all reprise their roles. Guardians Of The Galaxy star Dave Bautista is also in the cast, playing a henchman named Mr Hinx.
The film will be released in the UK on November 6th in 2015.