Contributed by: The James Bond Movie Encyclopedia by Steven Jay Rubin

A botanist’s playground of biodomes filled with one hundred thousand plants from five thousand species, this real-life international destination was a principal location in Die Another Day. Located in Cornwall, in remote southwestern England, the Eden Project served as the showroom of environmentalist Gustav Graves (Toby Stephens). Graves is supposed to be keen on transforming barren icebound northlands into gardens, but that public façade is at odds with his real intentions. Due to the delicate nature of the actual facility, the production was given extremely limited access.

Additional sequences were shot on a lush Eden Project facsimile built by production designer Peter Lamont on Stage E at Pinewood Studios.


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