Get your first look at the new James Bond film with a behind-the-scenes video


From the sunny streets of Jamaica

From the official James Bond 007 YouTube account today comes a short, stylish behind-the-scenes video on the upcoming Bond 25.

The video is described as follows:

Check out a behind the scenes look at our recent Caribbean Bond 25 filming that shows director Cary Fukunaga at work and Daniel Craig (James Bond 007), Jeffrey Wright (Felix Leiter) and Lashana Lynch (Nomi) on set!

The latest James Bond film, rumored to be called Shatterhand, has faced a series of highly-documented setbacks. Danny Boyle was originally set to direct the film but left the project, which is now being directed by Beasts of No Nation and True Detective director Cary Joji Fukunaga. More recently, star Daniel Craig sustained an injury while filming, setting the production back.

Bond 25, whatever it ends up being titled, is set to release April 8, 2020.

On set with Bond 25: Jamaica [YouTube]

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