New Delhi: 007 fans are already excited to see their favorite Daniel Craig's return in the James Bond series.
Indeed this is a great day for them as the title of the 25th James Bond film along with a few details of the villain have been revealed.
The film's working title is Shatterhand and this time Bond will be facing a blind villain.
According to an Independent.co.uk report which was originally attributed to The Mirror, the next Bond film will be shot in Croatia and will be based on the book 'Never Dream of Dying' written by Raymond Benson. Other exotic locales the film is expected to traverse include Japan and the south of France, the setting of the novel`s opening scene
In the book, Bond's relationship with Tylyn Mignonne, a film star is in focus. Tylyn has a husband who has connections in The Union, a crime organization which keeps on reoccuring in the Bond series.
The film is expected to release in November 2019.
In the running to replace Sam Mendes as director following Skyfall and Spectre are Yann Demange (`71), David Mackenzie (Hell or High Water) and Arrival's Denis Villenueve whose Blade Runner sequel arrives in cinemas this October. Despite no official confirmation, Christoph Waltz and Dave Bautista are both expected to return as villains while Naomie Harris (Miss Moneypenny), Ben Whishaw (Q0 and Rory Kinnear are all set to return.Bond 25 is scheduled to arrive in cinemas in November 2019.
(With ANI Inputs)