No, Malek isn't going to be donning the tux once Daniel Craig departs, but instead is being lined up as the main villain for next year's Bond 25, which is going by the working title "Shatterhand". Now, a report from Variety claims producers are still looking at Malek for the role, while the story also has other interesting casting details yet to be confirmed. "The sides just wanted to wait and see whether Malek would win the Oscar, which would, of course, raise his quote". The final season of Mr. Robot is filming starting this spring and until July in the summer, and production on Bond 25 is expected to begin in the same period, in April per Collider. Two new female roles are planned, one a new MI6 agent and the other more like Olga Kurylenko's Camille, plus a Central Intelligence Agency agent along the lines of Jeffrey Wright's Felix Leiter. Insiders say, before coming on to "Bond 25", Fukunaga had already tried to cast him in his Leonard Bernstein pic, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, that was shelved, and that Fukunaga's most recent draft had the character written younger to fit Magnussen's age.
In addition, producers are seeking talent for a new Central Intelligence Agency agent role. Plus, a separate report gives us a broader picture of what roles are left to fill - including a part that seems to be written specifically for Game Night actor Billy Magnussen.
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Cary Joji Fukunaga (Netflix's Maniac) is set to direct the movie after the original director, Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire), dropped out in August 2018.
2015's Spectre is the latest James Bond film.
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Beyond the new discussions and Craig, the likes of Léa Seydoux, Naomie Harris, Ben Whishaw, and Ralph Fiennes are slated to reprise their roles in Bond 25. The film earned $200 million domestically and $680.6 million internationally, for a worldwide total of $880.7 million.
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Hess and other concerned users flagged the said video, but YouTube took a couple of days before it was removed from the platform. According to Hess , a fan-made video of the video game Splatoon contained the same clip from the previous video she reported.