The latest James Bond adventure finally has a title.
Variety reports that the 25th entry in the action spy series will be named No Time to Die.
In what is expected to be actor Daniel Craig's final outing as Agent 007, James Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica.
But when his old CIA friend Felix Leiter shows up asking for his help, Bond quickly removes himself from the retired list.
Bond is led onto the trail of a dangerous villain who's armed with menacing technology as the mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected.
Cary Fukunaga directed what was previously dubbed "Bond 25," taking over filmmaking duties after Danny Boyle departed the project over creative differences. His exit delayed the movie's release nearly six months from October 2019 to April 2020, according to Variety.
Aside from the director shuffle, No Time to Die suffered a series of setbacks.
In May, Craig - now in his fifth Bond movie - had to undergo minor ankle surgery after sustaining an on-set injury. this followed injuries he suffered on the set of Spectre in 2015 which led Craig to decide to rely more on stunt doubles this time around.
Over the summer, a controlled explosion injured one person and damaged the stage at Pinewood Studios outside London.
Queen star Rami Malek also stars in the latest Bond instalment, along with Léa Seydoux, Ana De Armas and Lashana Lynch.
The most recent Bond movies — Skyfall and Spectre — are the two top-earning instalments in the franchise with $1.6 billion and $1.3 billion, respectively.
The forthcoming saga will be released in April 2020.