New James Bond Film Reportedly Receiving $20M for Portraying Mexico Positively

Mexico’s brutal drug war has left the nation with a tarnished image abroad, but agent 007 is coming to the rescue. According to a report by , a website that covers tax news and analysis, MGM and Sony, the producers behind the new Bond film Spectre are receiving up to $20 million in incentives for rewrites that depict positive aspects of Mexico. Shooting this month in Mexico City, Spectre will receive at least $14 million, and up to $20 million for script rewrites that portray “modern Mexico City buildings” and a generally favorable image of the country.