It trumps what fans had thought would be the 25th Bond film's name earlier this year, when the working title Shatterhand became public.
The specifics of that mission are now unclear, but it will put Daniel Craig's Bond at odds with Oscar victor Rami Malek's new villain. New cast members include Oscar victor Rami Malek as the lead villain and Captain Marvel star Lashana Lynch as a character who is rumoured to be taking over from 007 at the end of the film, set to be Craig's last. Ralph Fiennes and Ben Whishaw will return as M and Q respectively. The pic directed by Cary Fukunaga is also keeping its release dates despite a couple of on-set setbacks, with the United Kingdom rollout beginning April 3, 2020 and the US bow April 8.
Craig has previously indicated it will be his last film with the franchise.
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It would not be good to lose three finals in a row, so I'm really happy about this. "I'm really feeling great about my tennis". Medvedev never looked back and he was delighted to win a match he acknowledged would often have slipped away in the past.
The film has always been referred to simply as Bond 25 before its official name was released. His peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the Central Intelligence Agency turns up asking for help.
Actor Daniel Craig will return as James Bond.
The follow-up to Spectre was originally set to be directed by Oscar-winning film-maker Danny Boyle but he left the production over creative differences in 2018.