The 25th James Bond movie has just been launched in Jamaica and there are already issues with the title and plot in Paradise – however, Page Six has learned that the famous Bond villains Grace Jones and Christoph Waltz are in Cameroon. Rolls will be back. While Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris (Moneypenny) Ben Whishaw (Q) and Léa Seydoux (Madeleine Swann of Specter) were officially announced on Thursday as the return of Daniel Craig's swan song as 007, Oscar winner Rami Malek re-emerged as a villain.
Signed title and no completed script.
And more like the grumpy Craig himself (who's known to "cut his wrists" than to return to the bland "Specter" of 201
A source close to Bond 25 said, "They have no script, there is no title almost five years since the last Bond." It starts with a retired bond who lives in blissful marriage, but the rest of the script The roles have been rolled out this week at Ian Fleming's villa in Jamaica because Daniel Craig, who is 51 years old, is getting too old and will not really make the movie then. "
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The source added Curmudgeon's Craig Return: "Everyone on the production side hates working with Daniel and makes things difficult impossible, but [Bond producer] Barbara Broccoli believes that she likes to walk on water, and only her opinion is important. "
page 6, however, may show that the works contain some surprises that breathe life into Bond 25 – including a cameo role for" View to A Kill "femme fatale Grace Jones (probably not her murderous character May Day, which was killed by a bomb in the 1985 classic).
There is also a brief return from Christoph Waltz as Blofeld, the villain The End of "Specter." However, Malek's character is considered the best villain in Bond 25
The source continued that it was likely that Swann would be killed in Bond 25, in an allusion to Diana Rigg's role when Bond's wife was murdered by Blofeld in 1969, "In Her Majesty's Secret Service."
Also, "Fleabag" creator and star Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the transcriptionist behind the awesome, women-led, twisted BBC and Netflix spy dome "Killing Eve", was introduced to the S Piel brought by Craig himself at t The eleventh hour to join the writing team and joke the killer script.
Finally, the working title of Bond 25, "Shatterhand" (an alias used by Blofeld in the past), was dropped after it leaked a few months ago and sparked ridicule because it was also the title of a primitive punch-up. Shooters of the 90s.  Bond 25 is due to expire on April 8, 2020.