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The next James Bond To Be Filmed In Jamaica

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After months of speculation, it has been confirmed that the 25th installment of the James Bond spy series will be shot in Jamaica.

Film Commissioner Renee Robinson has estimated that the economic impact of the film will be significant, with production expenditure multiplying throughout the economy – from hotel rooms to catering, in both goods and services.

Bond producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson as well as the new director Cary Fukunaga told radio presenter Clara Amfo that the new film opens with Bond relaxing in “his spiritual home”. "We’re thrilled to return to Jamaica with Bond 25, Daniel Craig’s fifth instalment in the 007 series, where Ian Fleming created the iconic James Bond character and Dr No and Live And Let Die were filmed,” the producers said.

The 007 production will be based at Pinewood Studios in the UK, and on location in London, Italy, Jamaica and Norway.

Oscar-winning actor Rami Malek has bagged a role in the new James Bond film. Malek will play the role of a villain in the film. Malek will play the role of a villain in the film.

Bond 25 was originally scheduled for release this autumn, but is now due in cinemas next April. Metro Goldwyn Mayer will release the 25th James Bond feature film domestically through their United Artists Releasing banner on April 8, 2020; through Universal Pictures International and Metro Goldwyn Mayer in the UK and internationally from April 3, 2020.



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