Gin Wigmore sings for 007

BRIDGET JONES
Last updated 13:49 21/09/2012

Gin Wigmore stars in Heineken's new James Bond-themed ad

James Bond Skyfall

Gin Wigmore
SHAKEN, NOT STIRRED: Pop sensation Gin Wigmore's song is being used for the latest 007 film.

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Kiwi singer Gin Wigmore stars alongside James Bond in a new TV and digital ad campaign for Heineken and the latest 007 film.

The Aucklander wrote the ad's theme song - Man Like That - and appears on screen singing it inside a speeding train full of mysterious and dangerous-looking people.

The ad, which is part of an ongoing interactive campaign, also features Bond star Daniel Craig and the latest Bond girl Bérénice Marlohe.

Skyfall, the 23rd James Bond adventure, opens in cinemas later this year.

Shot at England's Shepperton Studios, replica James Bond film props were used throughout the mini-film as a tribute to the franchise.

Eagle-eyed viewers will also spot the Spectre ring from Dr. No, the Zorin Industries and Spectre logos and the Faberge Egg used in From Russia with Love and Goldeneye.

Wigmore is currently in the running for best worldwide act at MTV's Europe music awards.

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