DANIEL CRAIG’S jinxed final Bond flick finally has the green light, according to M.
Ralph Fiennes, last seen as 007’s boss in Spectre four years ago, revealed that filming should kick off in May. His update comes after Danny Boyle jacked it in as director and the release date was pushed back until April next year.
‘Well, I know we are shooting this year,’ said Fiennes, 56, while plugging his latest film The White Crow on ITV’s Lorraine yesterday.
‘I’m genuinely not being coy. I have not yet got a script and I don’t have a start date.’ He added, however: ‘I’m looking forward to starting, I think, some time in May or June.’