Stop motion James Bond in LEGO continues with a scene from The Living Daylights.
Part of the Timothy Dalton James Bond outing The Living Daylights has been recreated in LEGO bricks by composer Jon Opstad, who achieved viral success with his retelling of the Sean Connery classic Thunderball.
This new scene follows the ski chase part of the film, when 007 evades the villains first by blowing up his car, then by making creative use of a cello case.
The video was released on Twitter, with a comment from the creator: “LEGO James Bond returns! After many of you enjoyed LEGO Thunderball, the lockdown home-schooling project with my kids (aged 6 & 4) has continued. It’s taken a while to complete, but Ollie, Alice and I proudly present… #TheLegoDaylights”
There are some neat little touches in the video, such as the way the cello case is thrown up in the sir over the barrier. Opstad made the video, like the previous one, as a project to occupy his children while they are stuck at home as a result of measures to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.