Location details for the 25th James Bond film have come to light.
Last week came the official announcement of the 25th James Bond movie. As we were having a few days away, there wasn’t much point checking in on this site to get the details as they broke, but on the bright side, we found a place with some half decent coffee, and the rest of the internet had you covered.
But we’re back! And whilst it’s known that the film doesn’t yet have a title, and will feature Daniel Craig returning as James Bond, a few more details have emerged about just where the movie will be filming.
Whilst, as always, the James Bond stage at Pinewood Studios will be the home for the production in the UK, the movie is also set to film in Italy and Jamaica. Furthermore, footage for the film – ahead of the start of physical production in earnest – has already been shot in Norway. Both Jamaica and Italy have housed Bond movies in the past, and the choice of those locations is part of a film that will link back to earlier 007 films.
Rami Malek, of course, has now been confirmed as the Bond villain for the new movie, and it’s set for release next April. More as we hear it. We aren’t planning any more days away.