From James Bond to Black Panther – How Realistic are Movie Casino Scenes?

The casino has been a major location for films since the advent of cinema. It has been used as a setting due to its familiarity, but also because it is well known for being a place of excitement. It has served as not only a backdrop but as the main theme for movies like Martin Scorsese’s Casino in 1995 and Lewis Milestone’s Ocean’s 11 in 1960, while it has been used as a minor setting in countless pictures from Peter Berg’s Very Bad Things in 1998 to Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther in 2018. It has even become a long-running cliché in the Eon Productions Bond films that James Bond will enter a casino and play a table game at some point.

Casino scenes have often been enjoyable and have provided excitement for the viewer, but just how realistic are they?

High Stakes and High Danger

Casinos have long been recognized
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