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Plot leaks for new James Bond film: 007 'to marry' in Bond 25

The Telegraph logo The Telegraph 05/09/2017 By Telegraph Reporters
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The next James Bond film could see 007 get married and settle down, according to a source close to the production.

An anonymous source has claimed that "Bond quits the secret service, and he’s in love and gets married," reports PageSix.com, the New York Post's Hollywood news site.

The alleged plot leak comes just weeks after Daniel Craig announced that he would be return  to play the secret agent for the 25th film in the franchise, written by regular Bond screenwriters Robert Wade and Neal Purvis.

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Although the film is currently shrouded in MI6-like layers of secrecy, this unnamed source has claimed it will show Bond happily married to Madeleine Swann, the character played by Léa Seydoux in 2015's Spectre.

If so, this would be the first time that Bond has been married on screen since 1969's On Her Majesty's Secret Service, when the spy tied the knot with Tracy Draco (played by Diana Rigg) – only for his wife to be murdered by the villainous Blofeld (Telly Savalas).

According to the anonymous informant, Bond's wedded bliss won't last long this time, either. The source has claimed Madeleine will be "murdered", and compared Bond's attempt to hunt down her killer with Liam Neeson's character's quest in the 2008 film Taken.

This is not the first time details about the new film have allegedly been leaked. Last month, the Mirror claimed that "the film has the working title Shatterhand," and that the plot will see Bond travel to Croatia, before confronting a blind super-villain.

The 25th Bond film is set to be released in cinemas on November 8, 2019.

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