Due to lack of financial incentives, the next James Bond film will be shot at the U.K.'s Pinewood Studios instead of returning to the Czech Republic. According to Variety, 007 production company Eon has informed Prague's Barrandov that it will not use their studios for the next movie in the series.

Eon declined to comment on the move, or what other locales might be used for the project. The government of Prime Minister Mirek Topolanek announced earlier this month that a boost to the state-run cinematography fund last year of $4.8 million will not be renewed.

There is no set start date for the next untitled James Bond sequel.