It's finally happening! On Thursday, December 4th, Sony Pictures, EON productions and MGM will announce the title and cast of Bond 24 with a live announcement. This event will mark the start of production on the 24th Bond film. The title and cast will be revealed via a live stream at 007.com. Here is the official press release direct from Pinewood Studios in the U.K.:

On Thursday 4th December at 11:00am GMT (3:00am PST am EST) Albert R. Broccoli's EON Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios and Sony Pictures Entertainment will present a live announcement and photo call from the 007 Stage at Pinewood Studios. The title and cast of the 24th Bond film will be revealed, marking the start of principal photography on Monday 8th December. A global audience will be able to watch the announcement live via a web stream at 007.com: CLICK HERE

The announcement of the title and cast for the 24th Bond film will be streamed live on www.007.com and distributed live via satellite (further information below). The announcement will also be live-tweeted via the official James Bond handle @007.

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EVENT TIMINGS (all timings GMT)

  • 10.50 am              Introduction
  • 11.00am              Live announcement commences
  • 11.07am              Live announcement ends (approximate)
  • 11.15am              Photo call with cast and director

James Bond is the longest running, and one of the most successful franchises of all time, with twenty-three films produced and the twenty-fourth about to go in production. Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli succeeded Albert R 'Cubby' Broccoli and have produced the past seven Bond films together, including the highly successful, Casino Royale, Quantum Of Solace and Skyfall. All of the James Bond films have been made in collaboration with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios or United Artists, its predecessor. 

Skyfall, the 23rd James Bond adventure, was a worldwide box office phenomenon, opening #1 in㻆 territories around the world, taking in over $1.1 billion worldwide, and setting a new all-time box office mark in the UK by becoming the first film to take in over ৴ million.

Albert R. Broccoli's 007 Stage: The world famous 007 stage at Pinewood was built in 1976 for the Bond movie܂The Spy Who Loved Me. After a search across Europe, the Bond producers failed to find a stage large enough to house the three submarines the scene required, so they decided to build a new stage and tank specifically for that film. The 007 stage remains one of the largest sound stages in the world.

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