Is Come and Dive the title of Bond 24? Sony says no, as a reportedly fake press release and teaser started to make the rounds early this morning. Take a look at the teaser here:

Come and Dive doesn't sound like a great title, but neither did Skyfall or Quantum of Solace when we first heard them. Here is the fake press release, which comes complete with its own Facebook page:

Producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli today present an early teaser for 24th James Bond adventure, entitled Come and Dive. The film, from Albert R. Broccoli's Eon Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, and Sony Pictures Entertainment, is directed by Academy Award® winner Sam Mendes and stars Daniel Craig, who returns for his fourth film as James Bond 007.

Come and Dive will begin its worldwide rollout in UK theaters on October 23, 2015 and in US theaters on November 6, 2015.

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In Come and Dive, Bond will be swept away by a dangerous love story. As MI6 rises from its ashes, 007 must protect a mysterious stranger and unveil long forgotten secrets.

Come and Dive marks the return of Daniel Craig as Ian Fleming's James Bond 007, as well as Ralph Fiennes as M. The film also stars Naomie Harris as Miss Moneypenny. The film is directed by Sam Mendes.

007 fans can learn more about Come and Dive at the Come and Divehttp://www.facebook.com/benedictofficialFacebook page.

Now, if you clicked on that Facebook page, you'll see that this was all an elaborate ruse to bring attention to unsigned singer and poet Benedict, whom we hear in the teaser. Here is the come-clean from the makers of the teaser:

Dear James Bond fans,

Dear Sony Pictures, MGM, Aeon productions,

We are the team behind the buzz for the "Come and Dive" teaser that you have probably heard of. First thing, we do apologize if any harm of any kind has been made. Our only aim producing this video was to make you discover an amazing girl and talented unsigned artist that we love: Benedict.

What do you think? Should Sony hire Benedict? Or should she be shuffled off into the dustbin of practical jokesters who've tried unsuccessfully to pull one over on the Internet?

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B. Alan Orange