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Only a matter of days: James Bond 24 title and cast to be revealed this Thursday

By newadmin / Published on Tuesday, 02 Dec 2014 21:10 PM / No Comments / 16 views

James Bond 24 announcement coming this ThursdayEON PRODUCTIONS

The new title of the 24th James Bond film will be revealed this Thursday

The top secret details will be announced live from the the 007 stage at Pinewood studios this Thursday.

Movie buffs wishing to hear the news as it happens will be able to tune into a live stream of the event at 007.com at 10.50am, with the announcement expected at around 11am.

The big day will mark the start of production as principal photography for the film commences on Monday 8th December.

Recent reports have suggested that key scenes of the movie will be shot at Shepperton studios before filming moves to the Italian capital.

Daniel Craig to star in the 24th James Bond filmEON PRODUCTIONS

Daniel Craig is set to reprise his role as 007 in the next installment of James Bond

Reprising their roles for the next installment of the franchise include Daniel Craig, who of course will be playing 007 himself.

Meanwhile Ralph Fiennes returns as M after replacing Judi Dench – whose character was killed off during a shootout in Skyfall – while Ben Whishaw and Naomie Harris comeback as Q and Miss Moneypenny respectively.

The A-list names will be joining Skyfall director Sam Mendes, who will be directing the new blockbuster, which is set to open in UK cinemas on October 23 2015.

Naomie Harris as Miss MoneyPenny in James Bond 24EON PRODUCTIONS

Naomie Harris will be returning as Miss Money Penny

Ralph Fiennes to star in new James Bond movieEON PRODUCTIONS

Ralph Fiennes is replaces Dame Judi Dench as M in the new blockbuster

What will be unveiled at the Bond 24 announcement are the names of the new cast members – including the villain and’Bond girl’. 

Academy Award winner Christoph Waltz and Bafta winner Chiwetel Ejiofor are being tipped to play the legendary Bond antagonist Blofeld. 

Bond 24 follows on from 2012’s Skyfall, which was the biggest grossing British film of all time. It is set to open in cinemas in November 2015. 

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