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The next James Bond film, the fifth installment of the franchise, will take place on a remote island in the Indian Ocean, a site where Bond’s most famous adversaries, MI6, once were stationed, according to a new report.
According to The Associated Press, the island will be part of a $100 million project called “the James Bond Islands,” named for James Bond’s birthplace.
The new location will be located in the Bahamas, about 150 miles (240 kilometers) south of New York City, and the movie will be shot on a set that includes a submarine, jet skis, helicopter and underwater cars, according the AP.
It is also reportedly going to include a helipad and other floating elements.
The site is part of an “underwater world” created by British filmmaker Steven Spielberg and British film producer Steven Spielberg, according Wikipedia.
The island, dubbed “James Bond Islands” by The Guardian, is believed to be in the waters off the Bahamas.
The AP reported that the film will shoot on the island, where Bond will encounter a new adversary named James Bond 007, and his former MI6 colleague, Jack O’Brien, who is in charge of the island.
“Bond and O’Brian were the last of the Bond agents to land in the Caribbean,” The Guardian reported.
“They have been living on the islands, and have recently moved to a luxury hotel where they have a spa and a swimming pool.
O’Briens son is also a member of MI6.”
Bond will meet another new foe, the Russian spy Alexander Vanevskiy, who was once part of MI5’s elite, and was known to be a powerful spy.
The Bahamas is the only place in the world where the James Bond films have been filmed, according a 2014 film guidebook.
It has also been used to shoot some other films in recent years, including “Spectre,” which was released in 2018, and “Casino Royale,” which came out in 2020.
The first two films, which were released in 1983 and 1987, respectively, featured Bond as a young, British spy who joined MI6 in 1962 after he defected from MI6 to join a Soviet spy agency.
The last James Bond outing was in 1998, when 007 and the Russian Bond joined forces in “Casualties at the End of the Line.”
Bonds and O’tskiy met for the first time in “Skyfall,” a James Bond reboot in 2019.