Filming locations and shooting date revealed for the new James Bond movie

Daniel Craig begins filming what is believed to be his final Bond film very soon.

Bond 25, as it’s currently titled, was originally set to begin filming last autumn.

However, production was thrown into chaos when director Danny Boyle dropped out and the script was rewritten from scratch and a new director was brought on board.

It’s now been confirmed by the Express that Craig’s fifth Bond movie will finally shooting on Monday 4th March at Pinewood Studios in England.

Bond 25 will be released in cinemas on 14th February 2020.

That’ll be over four years since the release of the rather underwhelming Spectre in November 2015 – hopefully Daniel Craig has been busy practising his twin spin deluxe during the hiatus.

It’s also been reported that Norway, Canada, Greece and southern Italy are amongst the movie’s luxurious locations.

A number of returning cast members were revealed last year, including Ralph Fiennes (Harry Potter) as M, Ben Whishaw (A Very English Scandal) as Q and Naomie Harris (Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom) as Miss Moneypenny.

The film is expected to be Daniel Craig’s swansong, with a number of British period drama stars in line to replace him.

The complete James Bond collection DVD box set is available on Amazon.