There will of course almost certainly be production at Pinewood studios, the home of James Bond.Apparently Neil Purvis and Robert Wade will return as writers.But finally in August he announced on the late show that yes, he would be returning, saying, "We've been discussing it. I always wanted to, I needed a break."Suggesting that Bond 25 may be his 007 swansong, he added: "I just want to go out on a high note, and I can't wait.", in particular because of the slightly frazzled and much-reported comment from Daniel Craig that he'd "rather slash his wrists" than do another Bond and that it would "only be for the money".To be fair to Craig, that was in October 2015 (and no-one is going to let him forget it).
often it helps to go back to Ian Fleming's novels for inspiration, whether you're talking about grades or mood."To be fair, nothing's been officially announced so it's all rather up in the air who exactly will and won't return.
This will be 25th in the James Bond series and news is rather scarce right now but we'll keep this story updated regularly to make it your one-stop shop for everything you need to know about Bond, James Bond, 25. Traditional Bond premieres and opens first in the UK though and this is usually October so we'd expect the same deal with Bond 25.
This will be four years after the release of The subject of whether Daniel Craig would return was wildly debated for what feels like FOREVER.
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Since then he attempted to smoothed the waters a little – a year later in October 2016 he said he has "the best job in the world"."It was the day after filming [stopped on Other names bandied about were Idris Elba, though he kind of ruled himself out saying "I'm too old for that" (we're pretty sure he was joking, though). 's Denis Villeneuve and Christopher Nolan, who revealed on BBC Radio 4's Desert Island Discs of all places that he has "categorically" ruled himself out of the running.