James Bond: No Time To Die’s death-defying stunt entails over 8,000 gallons of cola | Movies | Leisure
Sadly for the manufacturing group of No Time To Die, the cobbled avenue was too slippery for the trick to work.
Due to this, stunt boss Lee Morrison has defined they gave the cobbles a extra sticky texture to make sure the rider’s security.
Chatting with Whole Movie, Morrison mentioned he drenched the road in Coca Cola.
Contemplating how lengthy the road in query is, the group was compelled to purchase 8,400 gallons of Coca Cola to utterly cowl the floor of the Italian metropolis’s flooring.