The working title and plot for James Bond 25 has reportedly been leaked. According to The Mirror, the film currently goes by the title of Shatterhand and will soon start production in Croatia.
The outlet also reports that the plot sees Bond’s spy battle a blind supervillain, with scriptwriters basing parts of the story on Raymond Benson’s 1999 thriller Never Dream Of Dying. A source told The Mirror:
“Bond scriptwriters feel it could be the perfect follow-up to Spectre. They are hoping to film in Croatia next year.”
We still await official confirmation of Daniel Craig’s return as 007, however The New York Times claims that Craig’s return is “a done deal”. With a working title revealed and a likely comeback for Craig, cue the fan art:
[Fan poster created by DogHollywood]
Never Dream of Dying was the seventh novel by Raymond Benson, he also wrote Tomorrow Never Dies, Die Another Day and The World is Not Enough.
The story follows James Bond and René Mathis. Mathis’ part of the story centers around trying to find the head of The Union, while Bond’s revolves around finding out what The Union is planning.
The latest film in the iconic franchise will officially hit theaters on November 8, 2019. Denis Villeneuve of Blade Runner 2049 is a top contender to helm the movie.