The 24th installment in the James Bond film series reportedly will go by the name of 'Devil May Care'.
A potential title for "Bond 24" reportedly has been found out. According to a report from The Sun, the next chapter of James Bond movies as well as the follow-up to "Skyfall" will be titled "Devil May Care", which is taken from the title of Sebastian Faulks' novel that allegedly will serve as the basis for the upcoming movie.
The 2008 novel, released to mark the 100th anniversary of creator Ian Fleming's birth, follows Bond facing off against a chemist named Dr Julius Gorner, who aims to control Britain. The story is set in 1967 as a sequel to Fleming's "The Man with the Golden Gun", which was already adapted into a 1974 film with Roger Moore as the charming secret agent depicter.
Even so, it is unknown whether the report is true or not considering that there's no official word yet from recently signed-on director Sam Mendes.
Mendes, the man behind the critically-acclaimed "Skyfall", has excitedly announced his return to the next installment.
"I very much look forward to taking up the reins again, and to working with Daniel Craig, [producers] Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli for a second time," said the "American Beauty" helmer in a statement.
Set for a November 6, 2015 release, the film is rumored to cast Penelope Cruz as the Bond girl.