Cast for 25th James Bond film to be announced tomorrow

Lawrence Kim
April 25, 2019

The producers of Bond 25 are set to reveal cast and other details about the production tomorrow, according to a message from the franchise's official twitter account.

Shooting for Bond 25 has taken place in Norway this month, and now Daniel Craig is currently in Jamaica filming scenes for his final outing as 007. Bond fans have been waiting for the announcement of the traditional press conference at Pinewood Studios to reveal the new film's title and cast. That location is nearly certainly in Jamaica where, according to media reports, Craig and Bond franchise producer Michael G. Wilson landed earlier in the week.

The big reveal is to come at 1210 GMT, with users able to ask the cast questions using the #BOND25 hashtag.

Yesterday, Good Morning America confirmed that they will also be airing the launch, tweeting: "GET READY!" Tune in to @GMA Thursday and Friday to find out!

British actor Daniel Craig has starred in four "James Bond" films so far. Secrets so guarded, if we told you now we might have to kill you.

Blofeld used the alias Dr Guntram Shatterhand in the 1964 novel You Only Live Twice, which follows Bond to Japan where he finds his arch enemy living under that name, hinting at the setting and basis of the new film.

Otherwise, GMA's announcement won't be until mid-afternoon for United Kingdom fans.

Bond 25 is being directed by Cary Fukunaga, whose credits include 2015's Idris Elba-starring Beasts of No Nation, the acclaimed first season of HBO's True Detective, and the recent Netflix show Maniac. "Check out the movie's exciting official announcement, including the cast and title reveal".

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