Behind The Scenes With Chuck Aaron In James Bond Spectre
Chuck Aaron may be retired from airshows but I think we'll be seeing more of him. His recent scene in the James Bond film Spectre is explained in great detail in the video below. Chuck says, "This is awesome man, this is like one of the coolest things I've ever done...this IS the coolest thing I've ever done!"
You'll see the rehearsals and all the planning that went into the stunt in the outstanding video below as well as how they dealt with the problem of Mexico City's altitude and thin air.
VIDE Red Bull: Chuck Aaron is a living legend in aviation, and America's only licensed aerobatic helicopter pilot who can make a heli, flip, tumble and spin in a way that no helicopter should physically be able to do. After flying his BO-105 in air shows around the world, he decided to take his talents to the big screen to fly for the latest film in the James Bond Franchise, “Spectre,” making for one hell of an action-packed opening scene in Mexico City. Get a behind-the-scenes look at 00-Aaron’s experience flying on set!