Filming for the next James Bond movie has been pushed back, but that hasn’t stopped bosses teasing fans with what’s to come.
Yes, while the 007 star Daniel Craig recovers from his ankle injury, the official Bond Twitter account as given fans a little taste of the actor in action.
In a post uploaded earlier today, the 51-year-old can be seen dressed in a black suit while he twirls in front of the camera while firing his gun.
The much loved character rolls into view with a backdrop of white tiles, while a spotlight frames him on screen.
In the caption, the people behind the post wrote: ‘A new week. A new beginning,’ and it seems they sent their followers into meltdown.
‘He’s back at work?’ someone question the meaning of the phrase, while another added: ‘Title reveal??’
Someone else commented: ‘Oh… It is definitely the beginning of an exciting week.’
However, others weren’t as convinced: ‘I hate it when they use the words “New Beginning” usually means we just f***ed the franchise.
‘Your gunna hate it and we are going to relise very quickly we made a mistake but it’s too late. Can’t wait for this film, another one for the collection.’
Daniel recently injured his ankle on set, after he fell during filming in Jamaica last month, reportedly tearing an ankle ligament during a chase scene.
He has since needed to undergo surgery – meaning filming for the much anticipated movie had been pushed back.
It’s said the star was furious after hurting himself, as he had put in so much hard work to get into shape for filming.
A source told The Sun: ‘Things were deemed to be a disaster at first. But the injury is not as severe as believed and he will be able to film while not over exerting his ankle.
‘Daniel was furious that he had suffered an injury after spending months getting into prime physical shape.’
However, it looks as though he is making a speedy recovery, as he was spotted rocking a pair of crutches earlier this month.
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