Where to watch the Bond 25 live launch to discover James Bond 2020 movie details

Daniel Craig as James Bond in Casino Royale

Daniel Craig, pictured here in Casino Royale, is preparing to bid farewell to Bond (Picture: Sony)

Dust down those Aston Martins and get your Martinis ready, because James Bond is back – and hes heading to a screen near you in 2020.

Theres been a whole lot of speculation about the 25 Bond movie, which will be the swansong for actor Daniel Craig in the role of 007.

Its not been without a few hiccups either – with Danny Boyle quitting as director before a frame had even been filmed – but it seems that its now all systems go on the next Bond adventure.

And well know even more on Thursday when the film is officially launched – with exclusive cast news revealed, followed by a Q&A, all livestreamed online.

Its something your average James fan wont want to miss – but what time does it all kick off, and where can you tune in?



Heres what you need to know…

Where can you watch the Bond 25 live launch?

The Bond 2020 launch kicks off at 1.10pm BST on Thursday.

The live launch will take place from an iconic Bond location, although its yet to be confirmed where this will actually be.

Daniel Craig as James Bond in Spectre

Daniel Craig was last seen as 007 in 2017s Spectre (Picture: Sony)

Although details of the launch are being kept under wraps we can expect some kind of announcement of cast members – but its unclear whether Daniel Craig will be among those attending.

If you want to tune in for yourself, you can do so either via the official Facebook page or on the Twitter feed.

The launch will also be livestreamed on YouTube, and you can watch it here.

What do we know about Bond 25 so far?

Director Cary Fukunaga who is directing James Bond's 25th movie

Director Cary Fukunaga will be directing Bond 25 (Picture: Getty Images)

Not a huge amount other than that Daniel Craig is on board and that Danny Boyle will no longer be directingreplaced instead by Beasts Of No Nations Cary Fukunaga.

Its been reported that the film will be partly shot in the UK and in Jamaica – with the island having previously featured in the first ever Bond movie, DrRead More – Source

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