This James Bond film used a painting of Roger Moore rather than asking him back for a reshoot

This revelation has left us both shaken and stirred.

Rather than asking Roger Moore to come back to do a reshoot on The Spy Who Loved Me, the James Bond film he made in 1977, they used a painting of the great man instead. Propped against a rock.

All was revealed on the @SMERSHPOD podcast, which you can follow here.

You might not have noticed it before, but now you’ll never unsee it.


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