Daniel Craig is filming on top of an Austrian mountain in what is being billed as the 'best Bond yet,' Spectre.Read the full story ›
An early version of the script for the new James Bond film Spectre has been stolen by hackers.Read the full story ›
James Bond is back and with it the prospect of a glorious encounter with one of his arch-enemies. Filming starts on Monday for release next year. It's called 'Spectre' - after the evil organisation that features in several of the books and films.
So, will it mean the return of Blofeld?
ITV News correspondent Nina Nanaar went to Pinewood Studios to try to find out:
After the title, cast and some production details for the 24th Bond installment were announced, a look at what we know - and what we don't.Read the full story ›
At a press conference to unveil details of the next installment of the James Bond franchise there was surprise as Christophe Waltz was confirmed as appearing, but there was no word on what character he will play.
It has been widely rumoured that Waltz would be playing historic villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld, who appeared in classic Bond film You Only Live Twice.
James Bond's new car was revealed today along with the main cast for the super spy's 24th cinematic outing.
The cast of the new James Bond film has been confirmed by Sam Mendes.
The cast includes, Daniel Craig as 007 and returning stars Ralph Fiennes, Rory Kinnear, Ben Whishaw and Naomie Harris as well as new Bond star Christoph Waltz.
The name of the new James Bond film has been announced by director Sam Mendes at Pinewood Studios.
The new Bond car waits to be revealed to the world as we wait for the announcement of the cast and title for the new 007 film.
- Watch live: Title and cast of new James Bond film announced
An Aston Martin under cover at the launch of the cast and title of the new Bond film. Some Bond traditions prevail http://t.co/pibMYjodbq
Watch the live announcement on details of the new James Bond film, including the title and who will star in the next 007 outing.Read the full story ›