- More details were revealed on Thursday about next year’s 25th James Bond movie.
- Daniel Craig is returning to the role of Bond for his fifth and final outing, while "Bohemian Rhapsody" actor Rami Malek has joined the cast as the movie’s villain.
- Below is everything we know so far about "Bond 25."
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More details about next year’s 25th installment in the James Bond 007 franchise were revealed on Thursday, with one glaring omission: the movie’s title.
During an event at James Bond author Ian Fleming’s GoldenEye villa in Jamaica, the cast and filming locations for "Bond 25" were confirmed. The movie will take audiences to London, Italy, and more. Daniel Craig’s Bond will be joined by returning faces such as Naomie Harris’ Moneypenny and Ben Whishaw’s Q, and a recent Oscar winner was revealed to be the movie’s villain.
"Bond 25" has had a rough journey to this point, though. The movie was pushed back from its original release date this November to next spring after director Danny Boyle exited the project over creative differences. Now, "Killing Eve" creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge has joined to polish the script.
It’s unknown when the movie’s title will be revealed, but for now, here is everything we know about "Bond 25."
Bond 25 comes to theaters April 8, 2020.
It was originally scheduled for this November.
It’s directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga.
Fukunaga is known for directing the first season of HBO’s "True Detective," the Netflix original movie "Beasts of No Nation," and the Netflix limited series "Maniac."
He replaced "Slumdog Millionaire" director Danny Boyle, who was originally attached to direct Bond 25, but exited last year over creative differences.
The movie is written by Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, Scott Z. Burns, and "Killing Eve" creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
It was confirmed Thursday that Waller-Bridge had joined.
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