After the announcement that the release date of 25th James Bond film had be pushed back to 8 April 2020, the last piece of names any Bond fan would be expecting is a working title - however according to a listing in Production Weekly - Bond 25 will be filmed under the title "Shatterhand", continuing the recent trend that is following James Bond flims as the last two flims have started with an "S", since Quantum of Solace we have had "Skyfall", "Spectre" and now "Shatterhand"
Shooting on the latest installment is due to start on 6 April and is expected to be Daniel Craig's final outing as 007. It is due to released on 8 April 2020, after reported rewrites of the script.
It has also be reported, that the reason for the delay in its release is down to the rewrite of the Neal Purvis and Robert Wade's script which is being completed by "Bourne Ultimatum" writer Scott Z Burns.
Purvis and Wade's script had been dropped for an original piece from John Hodge, who had been bought on by Danny Boyle who was attached as Director before stepping.
True Detective director Cary Fukunaga has now taken over directing duties.
Bond 25 will be directed by Cary Fukunaga with a script from Scott Z Burns. It will star Daniel Craig in fifth appearance as James Bond.
Lea Seydoux, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, and Naomie Harris will also appear in the film.