James Bond director films three different endings for No Time To Die to keep climax top secret.

PRODUCERS of the new James Bond movie ordered three different endings be made to keep the true finale top secret, it was revealed last night.

No Time To Die director Joji Fukunaga was tasked with filming two dummy endings - a diversion tactic fit for MI6.

 The new James Bond film is released next year

The new James Bond film is released next yearCredit: Splash News

 A scene filmed in Matera, Italy, last month. Three endings have been filmed for No Time To Die

A scene filmed in Matera, Italy, last month. Three endings have been filmed for No Time To DieCredit: Splash News

It means only he knows the true ending that will appear in cinemas next April, according to The Mirror.

The paper reports that one scene filmed last week involved people being gassed on a dance floor.

And insiders say not even Bond star Daniel Craig knows the true ending - as Fukunaga is desperate to avoid the film's climax leaking out.

One source even suggested Bond could be killed off and replaced by a woman.

Everyone’s in the dark - the secrecy is off the chart

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They added: "Everyone’s in the dark - the secrecy is off the chart."

In the new film, Brit actress Lashana Lynch will be given the 007 secret agent number after Bond leaves MI6 for a “tranquil life in Jamaica”.

But according the synopsis: "His peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up.”

Bond must rescue a kidnapped scientist while tracing a mysterious villain armed with terrifying new technology.

Craig, 51, is now officially the longest-serving Bond - having overtaken Sir Roger Moore.

He stars with Léa Seydoux in the 25th film - which is released on April 3, 2020.

 Daniel Craig during filming in Italy. Not even he knows the true ending to the film

Daniel Craig during filming in Italy. Not even he knows the true ending to the filmCredit: The Mega Agency


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