According to a recent report, the next James Bond adventures, titled Bond 25 (working title) is currently filming in Norway. The Daily Mail claims that shooting of the film is currently on going, which is great news considering the production problems leading up to this next instalment of the Bond franchise.
Problems arose at the start with star Daniel Craig’s uncertainty to take on the role again. But that was resolved eventually with Sony convincing the actor to give it his final go. Then there were issues with the director’s seat with Danny Boyle joining and vacating the production just months apart.
Bond 25 though managed to get Cary Fukunaga to come in to helm the film, which has put the production back on track. If all goes according to plan, Bond 25 will hit cinemas by mid-2020. However following the retool of the script and screenplay, there’s a shroud of secrecy involving the next Bond adventure.
At present there are no leads to what the new adventure may curtail or if it will follow-up with the events of Spectre, with the Bond-Blofeld story arc. Rami Malek is set to portray the lead antagonist in this film, with Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, and Ben Whishaw returning as M, Moneypenny and Q respectively.