Early filming work on James Bond 25 gets underway in Europe – and the film will be partly shot in IMAX.
Whilst full official production on the next James Bond film doesn’t begin for a couple of weeks yet, early filming work has now officially begun on 007’s new adventure.
The unnamed movie, being directed by Cary Fukunaga, sees Daniel Craig return to play Bond. And some early filming work has been taking place in Norway over the past few days, in order to get an action scene in the can regarding a specific lake. A few shots from said scene have been appearing online, but they look a little spoiler-y to our eyes. If that doesn’t bother you, click this link. If it does bother you then, er, don’t.
Rami Malek is set to play the villain in the new movie, with Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris and Ralph Fiennes amongst the regular returnees.
Furthermore, it’s now been revealed that a segment of the film will be shot on IMAX 70mm. That’s as per this less spoiler-y post, here.
The film arrives in cinemas in April 2020. Its title is expected to be revealed when main production begins shortly.