Daniel Craig really has No Time To Die as he was seen with his face covered in blood filming the latest scenes for James Bonds 25th outing.
Things are getting dramatically grim!
And we just cannot wait to see what this is all about.
The actor was seen on the Italian set this week with blood splattered across his face, hinting old mate Bond is still getting himself into the wars, despite retiring to Jamaica at the end of the last film, Spectre. Hes definitely not living the quieter life, by the look of things.
Sporting a blue, linen shirt, trousers, and suspenders, Daniel cruised on out of an old, sandstone building with a grin on his face.
We suppose Bond came out on top this time?
The 51-year-old is helming the flick and looked cool as a cucumber as he emerged on set, with a pair of black sunglasses and his hands on his hips.
Daniel has been causing a stir on the streets of Matera, as the next film – directed by Cary Fukunaga – roared into production.
No expense is being spared either after photos revealed a multi-million pound Aston Martin was written off during a fairly heated car chase.
007 actor Daniels stunt double was spotted in the front of the car, steering it through heavy traffic and winding streets, however, it had a collection of mangled scratches and dents up the side.
To lead this film to greatness, the sensational Phoebe Waller-Bridge has helped with the script, so we know Bond 25 is going off with a brilliant bang.
The upcoming film is said to be Daniels final appearance as everyones favourite spy, with reports he is hanging up his suit and martini after 13 years in the role.
As filming continues, talk has inevitably turned to who will be stepping into his shoes next, with a string of names thrown into the mix.
The Bodyguard star Richard Madden has been tipped to take over, with Idris Elba and Tom Hiddleston also linked to the role over the past year.
However, the casting mystery has opened up a huge debate over whether the next James Bond should be a woman, after it was teased Lashana Lynch would get the part.
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