Bond 25: New behind-the-scenes video from Jamaica set offers first look at Daniel Craig's 007
The makers of Bond 25 have given a sneak peek into the new 007 film with its star Daniel Craig and director Cary Fukunaga filming on the Jamaica sets amid reports of delays.
The footage comes days after Craig hit the gym to prep for the movie after sustaining an injury on the sets in Jamaica. Both Fukunaga and the film's antagonist Rami Malek have denied that there were any hiccups during the production.
The minute-long video, which was posted on the official 007.com on 25 June (Tuesday), was a blend of the film shots and behind-the-scenes rushes set to the tune of 2015 Caribbean song 'Boom Shot Dis'.
On set with #Bond25: Jamaica.
Check out director Cary Fukunaga, Daniel Craig (James Bond #007), @jfreewright (Felix Leiter) and @LashanaLynch (Nomi) in this behind the scenes look at our recent Caribbean filming. Watch the full video at https://t.co/1JH3zpzGuv pic.twitter.com/cIo5iMzVoN
— James Bond (@007) June 25, 2019
Titled On Set With Bond 25: Jamaica, the clip also shows actors Jeffery Wright, who reprises his role as Felix Leiter in the film and Lashana Lynch will be seen playing Nomi.
Leiter first starred in Bond universe's Casino Royale (2006), which was also Craig's debut as Agent 007. Two years, he also followed up his role in Quantum of Solace. Lynch was last seen in MCU blockbuster Captain Marvel.
Craig's fifth and final outing as the British MI6 agent, Bond 25 is set to bow on 8 April, 2020.
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