Daniel Craig has been spotted filming for the latest James Bond movie in a graveyard in Italy – and it looks like he’s working on some pretty dramatic scenes.
The next James Bond film, No Time To Die, looked a lot more like Tomb Raider as the actor, 51, blew open the doors of a crypt in new photos from the set.
Daniel was seen shielding himself as bits of debris flew out of the tomb after the explosion, ‘throwing’ the actor to one side as grey smoke billowed out.
In other photos which have emerged from the filming so far, Daniel was also seen with a bloodied face at the same location.
No Time To Die will be the 25th movie in the James Bond series, and is due to be released next year.
As well as Daniel Craig, Naomie Harris, Ralph Fiennes and Lea Seydoux will also all be returning for the upcoming film, focusing on James’s life after he retires from active service to Jamaica.
His old CIA pal Felix Leiter soon turns up, however, and asks James for help to rescue a kidnapped scientist, which of course doesn’t go as smoothly as planned.
As well as getting some sneak peeks from the set, fans are also speculating that Elton John could be the one to sing the new theme song, following on from the likes of Adele and Shirley Bassey.
It’s yet to be confirmed who will get bestowed the honour of the latest Bond theme but we reckon the Rocketman himself would be a pretty good shout.
No Time To Die will be released on 3 April 2020.