The new James Bond movie will get the title Shatterhand. After some turbulence in the original cast with the exit of Danny Boyle, the James Bond movie initially without a name has been delayed for release until 2020.
The producers previously announced that they would start recording the film in December last year. The famous Pinewood Studios in the UK is the recording location for the film.
Shatterhand Is The Work Title for The New James Bond Film
In the Shatterhand plot, James Bond severely injures himself in a man to man failed mission after fighting man to man until death. Shatterhand promises to bring action and spectacle to the screen for what has brought fame for James Bond. The film seems to get much better than Spectre where the Bond film will get another epic story conclusion lassoing Blofeld until he pops. The plot might be different but is what we can share after we have seen the movie. Hardly can’t wait for that.
Danny Boyle was initially being appointed as the director of this classic movie brand in modern day times. Boyle directed Trainspotting and Slumdog Millionaire who follows up Sam Mendes and who was also responsible for the Bond films Skyfall and Specter. When Boyle pulled out, the American Director Cary Joji Fukunag replaced him. He won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series. He received acclaim for writing and directing the movie war drama Beasts of No Nation. The director was named the 25th director of the James Bond Movie Shatterhand in September last year.
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