Actor Daniel Craig has opened up on the shooting of the film Bond 23, which was suspended in 2010 due to MGM's financial troubles. The Hollywood star has revealed that the next James Bond movie will start shooting in October or November and he has already started preparing for the much-anticipated film.
Talking to the Times of India, Daniel Craig said, “The next Bond will start in October or November. I've kind of already started preparing for Bond. The script is in really, really good shape and I'm sure there will still be changes because that's just the way it is. But if we shot the script we have at the moment, we'd be in a good way. I'm very excited about it and I'm delighted that Sam (Mendes) is going to direct it."
However, Daniel Craig is all excited about the movie Cowboys & Aliens, which is releasing today (July 29). The James Bond star's other movies like Dream House, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn are in the post-production stage and they will release by the end of 2011.