New James Bond film in the works

Danny Woods
July 26, 2017

Writers of the new movie will be Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, the same duo behind previous Bond films, including the four earlier iterations in which Craig starred to critical acclaim and box office success. After starring in one of the Bond series Spectre in 2015, the next follow-up has reportedly landed a release date in 2019 around fall.

Eon Productions that oversees everything Bond and Metro-Goldwyn Mayer, which holds rights to the franchise, announced Monday that Bond would return to United States cinemas on November 8, 2019 with an earlier release in Britain and worldwide.

Rumors have it that actor Daniel Craig, who played the film franchise's protagonist since the 2006 installment, "Casino Royale", will be returning to reprise his 007 role. However, it is not yet clear if the 25th film about the legendary super-spy will have Daniel Craig as part of the production! He also responded, "No, not at the moment". Craig infamously said that he would "rather slash (his) wrists" than return to the part; however, the U.K.'s Mirror reported earlier this month that Craig chose to stay on for Bond 25 after hearing of the wealth of British talent eyed to replace him. I'm over it at the moment. "We're done. All I want to do is move on".

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As for the rest of the cast, though, only time will tell which actors will be chosen to fill out the remaining cast in the movie.

Even though the #Release Date has already been announced, no film director or lead actor have been tied to the much-anticipated installment.

Once we know more information about the new "James Bond" movie, we will let you know.

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