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Friday, September 27, 2013

No Napoleon Solo Sightings, But HELLO Tunnel Chase Scene!

Look what ilmondodisuk came across on the set of U.N.C.L.E. in Pozzuoli yesterday.. Henry's chair! - marliimarl_ had told us about it, when she checked out the south London set of the film and met Henry. You can see him walking away from it, in this pic from that day. So cool to see Solo's chair up close.

Thanks to SunBurnJules, we've also gotten a close-up look at Henry's commando outfit at the Pozzuoli set, plus some of the scenes that were shot there. HMSSWeblog says that particular costume may be part of some Easter eggs being put in the film. We were the first ones to tell you about one of those items (Solo's pinky ring), but they have a lot more details about the connection to the original TV series. Check it out.

And this is a first look at Elizabeth Debicki doing some water scenes in Naples. Who she plays is still a mystery.. good girl or bad girl? either way, loving the retro outfit!

Photo: Daily Mail

As filming winds down in the Naples area, we were hoping to catch a glimpse of the vintage chopper used in the Bond series. It was supposed to take part in today's filming, but no luck getting a pic. However thanks to FreeBacoli, we did get a bit of a peek at the chase scene we told you about a few weeks ago. It reportedly involved a criminal that while trying to flee Baia castle (below) escapes in a car, giving way to a chase that leads up a tunnel to the lighthouse in Miseno. The following pictures pretty much tell the story.  

The crew hard at work

Photo: Thebutterflyeffectfly

As the film starts taking shape, we are so excited to bring you the latest details as they come in. The Man from U.N.C.L.E. looking pretty darn cool. Go Solo!

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