Bond 24, the next James Bond movie, will start filming in either October or November, depending who you ask.
Ralph Fiennes, the new M after the events in Skyfall, has said Bond 24 was “meant to start shooting in October,” according to MTV NEWS.
Meanwhile, Baz Bamigboye of the U.K. Dail Mail, who had a number of Skyfall scoops proven correct, HAD A BRIEF MENTION IN A FEB. 27 STORY that the start date is now November, having been pushed back from October.
The untitled Bond 24 will start shooting in November, a month later than planned. The filming schedule will run until April or May 2015. Daniel Craig, Naomie Harris, Ralph Fiennes and Ben Whishaw are all lined up.
If true, it’s probably not a big deal. Skyfall began production in November 2011 and was ready for an October 2012 debut in the U.K. and November 2012 in the U.S. Bond 24 has a similar schedule for the fall of 2015.