Bond 25 has fresh troubles cropping up.
It seems that there are even more troubles originating from the set of Bond 25 than we might have recognized. Days after a record was released stating that new 007 movies are being pieced together without a substantial manuscript, it looks like though recording might be suspended, adhering to an injury sustained by star Daniel Craig on the embedded in Jamaica. If this is without a doubt the instance, the road to release for Bond 25 is now a lot harder.
Daniel Craig tripped and is injured.
A brand-new record from British paper The Sun (per Variety) recommends that Daniel Craig tripped while sprinting during a scene on one of the last days of shooting in Jamaica. Adhering to the incident, he was flown to the United States for X-rays, triggering the shoot to be put on hold till further notification.
There’s no informing how much of a hold-up this could trigger for Bond 25. Also if the Jamaica part of the shoot is almost ended up, there is still a lot to do somewhere else. The movie was set to begin shooting at London’s Pinewood Studios at the end of this week, however that has apparently been cancelled following Daniel Craig’s injury.
“He was dashing during recording when he slipped and fell fairly awkwardly,” an unnamed source informed the press. “He remained in fairly a great deal of discomfort as well as was complaining regarding his ankle.”
Bond 25 is going to be Daniel Craig’s last Bond Movie
Bond 25 is set to be Daniel Craig’s last getaway as the legendary spy, making this film an even larger milestone for the franchise. After biking via several supervisors, Cary Fukunaga ultimately took on the task earlier this year. Signing up with Craig in the cast is Ana de Armas, Billy Magnussen, Lea Seydoux, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Jeffrey Wright, Lashana Lynch, and Rami Malek.
Unless even more delays overtake the shoot, Bond 25 is slated to strike theatres on April 8, 2020.