Oscar-winning actor Rami Maleck has been confirmed in the negative role of James Bond's next 25th franchise, which will be the last one in which Daniel Craig performs the famous British spy, according to bbc.com.
The information was revealed on Thursday at a press conference in Jamaica.
The producers did not reveal the title of the film, which will be released on April 8, 2020.
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Ralph Fiennes and Ben Whishaw, who will resume M and Q, Naomie Harris as Moneypenny, Lea Seydoux, and Madeleine Swann, who appeared in Spectre in 2015, were also confirmed.
The cast includes the star of Captain Marvel, Lashana Lynch, Billy Magnusen, Ana de Armas, Dali Bensala and David Denchk.
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Asked about the screenplay of the new film, producer Barbara Broccoli said: "Bond is not actively engaged in secret services at the start of the movie, he's having fun in Jamaica, starting his trip here, we've built this unusual house for him and we have a great adventure Mr Bond, but there is no title, unfortunately. "
Among the screenwriters of the film are Phoebe Waller-Bridge – who is also working on the first season of "Killing Eve," and is the second woman to deal with Bond's screenplay story in the history of Johann Harvud ("Dr No" and " love ").
Neil Purvis, Robert Wade and Scott H. Burns are also working on the script.
American director Carrey Fukunaga is director of James Bond's 25th franchise after the more famous Danny Boyle stepped down from the project because of "creative differences".
The previous two films were directed by Sam Mendes and had the biggest franchise profit: "Skyfall" generated $ 1.1 billion worldwide, and "Specter" – $ 880.7 million.
In Spectre, British actor Daniel Craig played the role 007 for the fourth time since he starred in Casino Royale (2006), "007: Quantum of Solace" (2008) and "007: Coordinate Scale / Sky" (2012) .