The latest snaps from the James Bond 25 set shows Craig in what appears to be a creative discussion with Fukunaga. The pair were seen chatting in shorts on what appears to be the purpose-built beach house that is supposedly Bond’s retirement home with Léa Seydoux’s Madeleine Swann. It’s alleged that Craig was in a “heated discussion” with Fukunaga, which should be taken with a pinch of salt. Nevertheless, the 51-year-old Bond star is rumoured to be known for his “uncompromising nature”, which co-star Seydoux says she admires.
She said in a recent interview: “I adore shooting with him. He’s cool and friendly. And I appreciate his uncompromising [nature].”
Meanwhile, The Sun’s 007 insider alleges Craig has complete creative control on Bond 25, including the casting of Bond girls, the script and the role of the director.
They said: “The move has got people’s backs up.
“Some are expecting constant arguments, as whatever Craig wants, he gets.”
Filming in Jamaica has wrapped, with production set to move to Pinewood Studios in England and Norway, before moving on to Italy.
However, it’s alleged that Craig slipped and was left with an ankle injury in the last days of shooting in Jamaica.
The same insider claims Craig was flown to the US for treatment, which apparently halted production.
Although Felix Leiter actor Jeffrey Wright has been taking pictures at Pinewood Studios, so it’s not entirely certain how legitimate that claim is.
Nevertheless, they claim Craig – who “was left furious” by the injury – is due to resume shooting later this week.
The source updated: “Things were deemed to be a disaster at first. But the injury is not as severe as believed and he will be able to film while not over exerting his ankle.
“He will be back on set within the week. Daniel was furious that he had suffered an injury after spending months getting into prime physical shape.”
Bond 25 will be released in UK cinemas on April 3, 2020.
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