Naomie Harris Born September 6, 1976. Starred as Selena~28 Days Later, Tia Dalma/Calypso~2nd+3rd Pirates of the Caribbean, Eve Moneypenny in Skyfall and SPECTRE.Winnie Mandela in Mandela:Long Walk to Freedom.Southpaw, Our Kind of Traitor,Moonlight (Oscar Nominee) plus Collateral Beauty and Jungle Book (2018)
There is no further information about whom Christoph Waltz may be playing. It has been rumored that the Blofeld character and his villainous organization S.P.E.C.T.R.E. may feature into the storyline of Bond 24, with Sony winning back the rights almost exactly a year ago. That has never been confirmed by anyone associated with the project.
In October, it was reported by Latino Review that Guardians of the Galaxy starDave Bautista had signed onto play the villainous henchmen Jinx in the film. That news, while seemingly confirmed by their sources at the time, has never been confirmed by Sony. Will we see Christoph Waltz and Dave Bautista working as a team? That certainly would be fun.
Skyfall director Sam Mendes is returning to direct a story that is said to continue the previous sequel. Daniel Craig is reprising his iconic role as 007, with Ralph Fiennes,Naomie Harris, Ben Whishaw and Léa Seydoux all set to appear.
According to the Daily Mail, Bond 24 will shoot in early December in Mexico, Morocco, Austria, Italy and London. Now we just have to wait for some official confirmation from the studio
Well, as Cumberbatch rather aptly put it, he’s been “rolling around a carpeted floor like a lunatic” doing the movements and voice of Smaug the dragon in the final Hobbit film, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. He’s more than ready for the part of tiger Shere Khan.
Bale arrives to voice panther Bagheera, while Blanchett (another Hobbit alum) will lend her vocal talents to the teasing python Kaa. Skyfall’s Naomie Harris joins as the wolf Nisha, while Serkis himself will voice Baloo the bear, The Hollywood Reporter confirms.
The film will see motion capture, CG animation and live action all at work. Steve Kloves, writer on the Harry Potter film series, joins as a producer alongside Jonathan Cavendish, who counts Bridget Jones and Blanchett’s Elizabeth: Golden Age among his work.
There’s also, just to be confusing, another Jungle Book adaptation in the works, coming from Disney. Idris Elba, Ben Kingsley, Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson and Lupita Nyong’o are among the confirmed stars.
Jungle Book: Origins is expected in cinemas on 21st October 2016.