Le Chiffre loses the $115 million, Mr White threatens to kill him, Le Chiffre pleads for one last chance to get the password from Bond, Mr White arranges for Vesper to be kidnapped via a simple text that says he needs her, and Vesper tells Bond that it was the last person who texted her (Mathis) who needs her.
What does the ending of Casino Royale mean?
Bond (Daniel Craig) wins the game against Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen). … Bond resigns and plans to leave with Vesper but she takes the money out of the account. He chases her to her employers in Venice, kills them all and in the process collapses the building. Vesper drowns in an elevator while Bond tries to get to her.
Did Vesper leave her phone on purpose?
Did Vesper leave her phone back at the bedroom on purpose? Yes, it is discussed in the end during the conversation between Bond and M. It also explains why her phone had a message for James Bond. 8.
Who is vespers boyfriend?
Vesper Lynd was a fictional HM Treasury liaison officier and love interest of James Bond.
Why did Vesper kill herself?
Vesper killed herself because she knew she was wrong. She had betrayed her country and Bond by channeling the terrorist’s money for them and by killing herself she ended that investigation into her crimes there.
How did James Bond know Mathis was bad?
How does James Bond know Mathis is bad? Mathis betrays bond by telling LaChief (the bad guy) that bond knows when he is bluffing when he puts his finger on his face. Vesper told LeChiffre about Bond’s knowledge of the tell. Mathis was the misdirection that caused us viewers to also believe he was the leak.
Why did Mr White kill Le Chiffre?
White enters with a silenced pistol aimed at Le Chiffre. Though Le Chiffre tries to reason with White by telling him that he will get the money back, White kills him because Quantum can no longer trust him anyway. Ironically, this action saves the life of MI6 agent James Bond, who will become Quantum’s main enemy.
How much was Daniel Craig paid for Casino Royale?
In No Time To Die, Daniel Craig picked up – you guessed it – another $25 million for his Bond role. It’s incredible to mark up that figure when, in 2005, he was paid just $3 million for his first Bond film, Casino Royale.