In 25th James Bond film, tentaively titled as “Shatterhand”, Daniel Craig would be fighting a blind Super Villian in Croatia. Film is based on , “Never Dream Of Dying” fiction writeup, written by author Raymond Bensonin in 1999. The next film in the long-running franchise, which will see actor Daniel Craig fighting a blind antagonist. Raymond Bensonin, who also wrote Bond books “Tomorrow Never Dies, Die Another Day” and “The World is Not Enough”, reports mirror.co.uk.
The novel opens with a police raid on a French movie studio that goes badly wrong, while an actress with a sordid past leads Bond to his final target. “Bond scriptwriters feel it could be the perfect follow-up to ‘Spectre’. They are hoping to film in Croatia next year,” said a source.
The source added that the producers were furious when a local mayor revealed that they had been scouting for locations in the coastal tourist hotspot of Dubrovnik. Craig, who has been playing the famous spy since the 2006 film “Casino Royale”, has not yet been announced as being back as the British Secret Service agent. His latest James Bond Installment , Spectre, was a hit but it seemed , association was taking a toll on him. Reports of his comments saying, ‘I will better slash my wrists, then do another Bond movie’, was doing the rounds.
But there are reports that the 49-year-old star is set to return for his fifth stint in the series despite declaring he would rather “slash his wrists than play the secret agent again”. The 25th James Bond film is expected to hit cinemas in November 2019.