After what seems like ages of speculation there is something finally concrete about the still untitled 25th James Bond film, but it’s likely the one thing that most fans were not asking about the most.
The globe-trotting super spy will be making his return to movie theaters, the first time since 2015’s Spectre, in November 2019, according to Deadline. The only other thing known about the film is that it will be written by Neal Purvis and Robert Wade who wrote the last four films Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Skyfall and Spectre.
There is really nothing else that is known about the film even who will be the one ordering the staple martini, shaken not stirred. In the past there were reports that Daniel Craig had one last film on his contract while other reports were that Sony was going to offer him up truckloads of money to come back.
Around the time that Spectre came out it was uncertain about Craig’s future in the franchise, especially since he made comments about how he would rather slit his wrists than play the role again. A year later he walked back on those claims, claiming the comments were from exhaustion and being away from his family for a year filming.
Another thing that has kept the franchise in a short state of limbo is that the distribution rights are up for grabs for and Sony is competing with Warner Bros, Annapurna, Fox and Universal for those rights.
James Bond 25 will arrive on November 8, 2019.