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11 Facts About GoldenEye
Principal photography for GoldenEye took place in the UK, Russia, Monte Carlo and Puerto Rico; it was the inaugural film production to be shot at Leavesden Studios.
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The first Bond film to use computer-generated imagery, GoldenEye was the final film of special effects supervisor Derek Meddings's career, and was dedicated to his memory.
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GoldenEye kills Ourumov and escapes the train with Natalya before it explodes.
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GoldenEye was introduced to the public at a press conference at the Regent Palace Hotel on 8 June 1994.
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GoldenEye would have been cast as Bond only if Brosnan had turned down the role.
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In July 1995, a teaser trailer for GoldenEye was attached to prints of Roger Donaldson's film Species after its debut on the syndicated US television program Extra, followed by a more generic theatrical trailer which revealed Bond's confrontation with agent 006.
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Instead, the protagonist is an aspiring Double-0 agent Jonathan Hunter, known by his codename "GoldenEye", recruited by a villain of the Bond universe, Auric Goldfinger.
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