Daniel Craig says goodbye to James Bond as filming for No Time To Die officially wraps

DANIEL Craig has mentioned goodbye to James Bond for the final time as filming for No Time To Die wrapped yesterday.

In an image shared on the official 007 account, the 51-year-old actor  is seen sporting his basic black tie go well with whereas standing beside director Cary Fukunaga.

Filming for James Bond has formally completed

The picture, which seems prefer it was taken in Pinewood Studios, was captioned: “That’s a wrap on #NoTimeToDie See you in cinemas April 2020.”

Daniel, who has performed the long-lasting character 5 occasions, might be seen smiling broadly whereas holding the clapperboard.

The newest Bond has Fleabag star Phoebe Waller-Bridge among the many writers and is due for launch in April.

Director Cary is so eager to maintain the plot below wraps he has reportedly filmed three endings.

Daniel was seen clapping on the set for the ultimate time

Insiders say not even Daniel is aware of the true ending – as Fukunaga is determined to keep away from the movie’s climax leaking out.

Yesterday The Solar revealed will face off with an eco-friendly evil mastermind within the movie.

His unnamed nemesis — nicknamed Greenfinger by insiders — has a lair powered by an algae farm and with a Zen backyard.

Because the plot is shrouded in secrecy, it isn’t clear what the villain is plotting to do or how 007 confronts him.

The director of No Time To Die has reportedly filmed three endings to maintain the climax high secret
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However a supply mentioned: “The baddie’s lair apparently has an enormous algae farm.

“One thing like that will look very sinister and inexperienced so will look nice on the display screen.

“Fairly the way it will influence Bond solely the scriptwriters can know however followers can be eager to search out out.”