The Bond films are known for their mysterious names, and if these sources are accurate, that trend will continue. The Sun talked with a source close to the franchise who revealed the working title is Shatterhand.
"The script is nearly ready for the 25th film, provisionally titled Shatterhand and scheduled to be released in November 2019, so there is no time to waste on getting Daniel locked in," the source said.
Other sources have alleged the film will feature a blind villain, and is based on the 1995 novel Never Dream Of Dying, which was written by Raymond Benson (Tomorrow Never Dies, Die Another Day, The World is Not Enough).
Never Dream Of Dying's plot revolves around a police raid gone after being sabotaged by a terrorist organization. Bond seeks out the culprits, with a femme fatale and a movie production popping up along the way.
The title report also claimed that plans for the 26th Bond film are already taking shape.
The source says they'll be returning to one of Ian Fleming's original works, On Her Majesty's Secret Service. The novel was previously adapted for a 1969 film of the same name starring George Lazenby.
There's still no solid confirmation that Craig is returning for both films, but the reports have persisted in recent months.
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