Daniel Craig Shoots James Bond Olympics Video in Buckingham Palace

Craig reportedly portrays 007 in a promotional video for the Olympics in London

Daniel Craig filmed scenes this week in Buckingham Palace for an Olympic Games promotional video starring his big-screen alter ego, James Bond, according to a report in The Sun

The final product will be used to kick-off the Summer Games in London. Filming was reportedly undertaken at the request of Queen Elizabeth II. 

Danny Boyle ("Slumdog Millionaire") directed the mini-movie, which will see 007 receiving his assignment in the queen's private rooms. (Prince Philip must be so jealous!)

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The video will also reportedly feature Bond parachuting into the Olympic stadium in Stratford, East London.

Julia McKenzie, who plays Miss Marple in a popular show on British television, will also appear in the film, but there's no word yet on whether Judi Dench's acidic M will make a cameo. 

A spokeswoman for MGM, the studio behind the Bond films, did not immediately respond to request for comment. A spokeswoman for the queen told TheWrap that she could not comment on any filming that takes place at the palace. 

Craig will return to his role as the martini-swilling super-spy in November in "Skyfall."