Secrecy abounds where No Time To Die is concerned, with several endings apparently filmed for the new 007 movie.

Post-production is now underway on the 25th James Bond film, No Time To Die, that wrapped up its main block of photography a few weeks ago. It’s widely expected – although this has been said before – that the film marks the final time Daniel Craig will play 007.

According to a new rumour from tabloid The Mirror, the production team want to play their cards close to their chest too. Director Cary Fukunaga has, it reports, filmed three different endings to No Time To Die. It reports that only he knows which one will be used, although that seems unlikely given how producer-driven the Bond films often are. Nonetheless, it says there’s still some mystery over just which ending will be used.

It’s pretty clear they won’t kill Bond off, of course. Nor is Daniel Craig likely to pop into a TARDIS and regenerate. But still, if it does turn out to be Craig’s swansong, expect some kind of farewell. Given the understandable secrecy surrounding the movie, just take everything before the film’s release with a liberal dose of salt.

No Time To Die arrives in cinemas in April 2020.

The Mirror

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