18 July 2024

James Bond 25 Got A Title With A Blind Villain?

Last month we learned James Bond 25 will be released in November 2019 and as expected the rumour mills have kicked off. Since the last movie Spectre, there’s been an uncertainty if Daniel Craig will return for another movie. With 15 months to go until that movie arrives in our cinema’s production will be starting shortly thus the early rumours.

Mirror newspaper is stating that the upcoming Bond movie may be potentially called Shatterhand and the world’s greatest spy will face a blind villain.

It’s believed the movie will be based on a 1999 James Bond novel called Never Dream Of Dying from American writer Raymond Benson. The writer took over from Iain Flemming going onto to write the books Tommorrow Never Dies, Die Another Day and The World is Not Enough.

How much the movie will be based on the book is not known fully at this stage but it understood it will be a big impact on the movie. A story that will see Her Majesty’s greatest secret service agent 007 will face a sinister French group call ‘The Union’.

The book starts with a failed police raid on a French film studio forcing Bond to go on the hunt for a seductive femme fatale (and probably Bond Girl) Tylyn Mignonne. She has ties to a visually impaired antagonist the mastermind behind The Union.

When it comes to the Daily spreadsheets like The Mirror and other similar popular newspapers you have to take what they report with a grain of salt. Nothing has been officially confirmed by any official source but what could be possibly true is the movie’s locations.

It seems one of those locations could well be Croatia and the ancient city of Dubrovnik which is also a location used for The Game Of Thrones. The source says the movie’s producers are at odds with the city’s major whom in anger let ‘slip’. Japan and Southern France are two other potential locations (we assume London too).

The report also says Christoph Waltz and Dave Bautista will reprise their roles from Spectre suggesting a connection. French director Yann Demange (’71) may possibly the favourite to direct but like everything we’ve posted the above are all rumours and gossip.

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