AMERICAN film producer Barbara Broccoli has revealed that the new James Bond film will not be called Shatterhand.
The producer of Bond 25 seemed to confirm that Shatterhand wasn’t being used as the film’s actual title when she signed an autograph.
According to a Twitter user, Barbara Broccoli wrote “It’s not” above the Shatterhand logo, with an arrow pointing down at the rumoured name of the latest film.
According to the Guardian, the potential film name was first noticed in Production Weekly, which listed the film as Shatterhand, and stated that filming was due to start in April.
It is speculated that the film is a remake of George Lazenby’s On Her Majesty’s Secrey Service by screenwriters Neal Purvis and Robert Wade.
The next chapter in the spy franchise will enter production on April 6 this year in Pinewood Studios as well as on location in London and Matera, Italy.
Daniel Craig will be reprising his role as 007 when James Bond return to our screens for the 25th time later on next year.
The Sun’s Bizarre column revealed in August the chances of a 2019 release for the next Bond film had been further jeopardised after Craig signed up for another role.
007 star Craig has penned a deal to play the lead in murder mystery film Knives Out, which begins filming in November — just a month before the Bond film was set to start shooting.
The new Bond film will be released in the UK on February 14, 2020.
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