Daniel Craig looks a little shaken and stirred in a discussion during a break in filming.
The actor, 51, was on the set of the new James Bond film with director Cary Joji Fukunaga in Jamaica. They were shooting scenes at a purpose built beach front house.
Shortly after this conversation took place Craig injured himself running. It is believed the actor was flown to the USA for X-rays on his ankle.
Filming in Jamaica has ended but action scheduled for Pinewood, Bucks, this weekend has reportedly been cancelled whilst Craig recovers from a leg injury.
The 25th instalment of the franchise, which will see Craig retire from the role of 007, was originally due to be released in November this year before being delayed to Valentine's Day, 2020.
This was then delayed once more to April 8, 2020.
However, with filming only having started weeks ago, it is looking shaky that the film will be released on time unless the production manages to speed up the schedule.
We have yet to have any official word on whether the release date will be affected.
The next Bond film will be directed by Fukunaga and see the return of MI6 regulars Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, and Rory Kinnear, alongside SPECTRE leading lady Lea Seydoux and Jeffrey Wright as recurring ally Felix Leiter.
New cast members include Oscar-winning Bohemian Rhapsody star Rami Malek as the Bond villain, Blade Runner 2049 actress Ana de Armas, Captain Marvel star Lashana Lynch, Game Night actor Billy Magnussen, and more.
Bond 25 will see James Bond asked to come out of retirement in Jamaica to help old friend Felix Leiter rescue a scientist who has been placed in danger by mysterious villains.
Meanwhile, attention still remains on the next Bond in the franchise, with bookies now having a clear favourite.
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