Rami Malek Joins Daniel Craig in 25th James Bond Franchise

Updated On 26 Apr, 2019 Published On

American actor Rami Malek has finally been officially finalized as the cast of the most anticipated 25th movie in the iconic James Bond franchise.

The official announcement for the upcoming movie was made by 37 years old Rami Malek, Daniel Craig, the director of the movie Cary Fukunaga and producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson on Thursday, April 25. 

Video: BOND 25 Live Reveal

The team of the untitled 25th franchise of James Bond movie gave the details via live stream from late Bond author Ian Fleming’s villa in Jamaica.

While a certain part of the movie is scheduled to be filmed in the Caribbean island nation, other locations include Norway, London, and Italy. The team also revealed that they will be using IMAX cameras.

Well, Malek, who is still enjoying his success with Bohemian Rhapsody, also shared his excitement as the new cast in the movie; he set to play the villain in the movie.

I am not jealous, not one bit, that you’re all in the absolutely stunning setting of Ian Fleming’s iconic Caribbean home GoldenEye on the island of Jamaica, and I’m stuck here in New York, in production

Rami further continued saying, 

I’m very much looking forward to joining the whole cast and crew very soon, and I promise you all I will be making sure Mr. Bond does not have an easy ride in all of this.

Well, the movie that is unofficially named as Bond 25 is considered to be Daniel's last movie as James Bond. Bond 25 is scheduled to release on April 8, 2020.