'BOND 25' OFFICIAL TITLE REVEALED, PLUS EVERYTHING WE KNOW ABOUT THE NEXT 007 MOVIE It's Daniel Craig's final appearance as 007. BY ZEYNEP YENISEY , FEB 26, 2019 (Photo: Sony) Following a turbulent start to production with Cary Fukunaga replacing Danny Boyle as director and re-writing the script due to creative differences, a working title for the upcoming 25th James Bond moviestarring Daniel Craig as 007 one last time has finally been revealed: Shatterhand. the plot would be based on Raymond Benson's 2001 novel Never Dream of Dying. Benson's novels also provided the plots for Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough, and Die Another Day. Side note: In the novel You Only Live Twice, “Shatterhand” is the alias used by Blofeld, played by Christoph Walz, so it's very likely that we'll see him again in this movie, even though in a recent interview with Inquirer, director Cary Fukunaga was very vague about his return, as well as that of Ben Whishaw as Q. "We haven’t finished the screenplay, so there is no way that anyone could know that," he said. "Those are two extraordinary actors, so if there is space for them in the story, I would absolutely want them there. But I don’t know yet what it’s going to be. Previously, production was set to begin on March 4, 2019, and was slated to release in February 2020, but according to Production Weekly, Shatterhand will now begin filming on April 6 in London’s Pinewood Studios, then head to Matera, Italy to finish shooting and will release April 8, 2020. Shatterhand will also continue off of Casino Royale. It'll be interesting to see how the plot plays out as we watch 14-year James Bond veteran Daniel Craig as 007 one last time.