The 25th James Bond movie will be called "No Time To Die," as revealed by the producers on Twitter. The film will star Daniel Craig as agent 007. Alongside Craig, we will see Oscar-winning actor Rami Malek who will play the role of "a mysterious villain." His role will be that of an Arabic-speaking terrorist.

Daniel Craig returns as James Bond, 007 in… NO TIME TO DIE. Out in the UK on 3 April 2020 and 8 April 2020 in the US. #Bond25 #NoTimeToDie

— James Bond (@007) August 20, 2019

Phoebe Waller-Bridge is one of the writers of this film. She is also the creator of "Fleabag." Ralph Fiennes and Ben Whishaw will be seen as M and Q respectively. We will also see Naomie Harris as Moneypenny. Rory Kinnear will be seen playing MI6 chief of staff, Bill Tanner.

Meanwhile, Lea Seydoux will relive her 2015 Madeleine Swann role. Jeffrey Wright is returning as ex-CIA agent Felix Leiter.

The film is being directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, who has previously directed HBO's "True Detective" and Netflix's "Maniac." He came on board after director Danny Boyle left the franchise over "creative difference," reported BBC. The film will be shot in various locations including London, Italy, and Norway.

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Daniel Craig as James Bond in Skyfall. EON Productions

An inside source revealed to Metro, that there is a very important scene at the beginning of the film where M says, "come in 007," and in walks Lashana who is a black, beautiful woman.

Fans are super excited about the film and there are a lot of comments on social media. One of them said: "#NoTimeToDie is a classic name choice. Love it. Sits alongside 'License to Kill' and 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service' as a timeless traditional Bond title. After the underwhelming 'Spectre,' my interests have finally been piqued."

#NoTimeToDie is a classic name choice. Love it. Sits along side "License to Kill" and "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" as a timeless traditional Bond title. After the underwhelming "Spectre," my interests have finally been piqued. #Bond25

— thecowofbeef (@thecowofbeef) August 21, 2019

The film is being produced by Cubby Broccoli, who was also behind the 1958 prisoner of war film called "No Time To Die," which was also known as "Tank Force."

"James Bond: No Time To Die" will be released on April 3 in the UK and April 8 in the US. The film was initially set to be released on October 25, 2019 after a four-year gap from the franchise's last film, "Spectre."