No Time To Die: filming officially wraps on new James Bond film

Share this Article:

It may just be that Daniel Craig has filmed his last scene as James Bond.

It’s been a bumpy time for the production of the 25th James Bond movie, No Time To Die. The filming has had to contend with its usual injury to its leading man, a stunt explosion on set that injured stunt performers, and rumours that all was not well. Just pretty much the norm for the filming of a James Bond movie.

Now though,

production has finally wrapped up, and with that, it’s likely that Daniel Craig has played James Bond for the final time. The news was broken on the official James Bond Twitter feed, with the following post…

The challenge now is the post-production phase, of course, although No Time To Die has more time than its predecessor, Spectre, on that front. Whilst Spectre finished filming around three months before it was due in cinemas, here director Cary Fukunaga and his team have around six months to fashion their final cut. The movie arrives in cinemas next April.

Expect a full trailer this side of Christmas.

Thank you for visiting! If you’d like to support our attempts to make a non-clickbaity movie website:

Follow Film Stories on Twitter here, and on Facebook here.

Buy our Film Stories and Film Stories Junior print magazines here.

Become a Patron here.

See one of our live shows, details here.

Share this Article:

More like this