Daniel Craig and his Bond villain Rami Malek just cant seem to make their schedules align after a series of filming setbacks.
According to a new report, Rami will have already commenced a new project that clashes with Bond 25 now that the shooting days have been pushed back.
Filming has been pushed back from September to late October or early November, following Daniels ankle injury, which has apparently wreaked havoc with Academy Award winner Ramis schedule.
They still need to find a time for Daniel and Rami to film together, a source told The Sun on Monday.
You cant have a Bond film where 007 doesnt come face to face with the villain so its a complete nightmare logistically.
They are looking at the whole schedule again now and doing everything they can to make it work, but production is going to have to over-run even further now.
Bond 25 production was temporarily suspended back in May while Daniel faces surgery on his ankle for an injury sustained on set.
Last week, Bond 25 ran into yet more difficulty when a controlled explosion at Pinewood Studios went horribly wrong and injured a crewmember.
The next day, production was said to be under investigation from the Health and Safety Executive who were probing any workplace danger facing 007 – aside, of course, from Bond villains.
Rami was announced for the mysterious villain role in April but even then he was too tied up to attend the official press conference in France with the rest of the Bond 25 cast.
Little is known about his exact role, except that he wont be giving Bond an easy ride and his could be the most thrilling and grisliest ending ever seen in Bond.
But when he will get to film it is another issue.
Rami has been non-stop ever since owning awards season with his role in Bohemian Rhapsody.
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