The cast and directors are on the island for the movie’s reveal at the iconic 007 location, Golden Eye Resort in Portland.  This is a huge win for Jamaica’s film industry This film will showcase Jamaica’s beautiful landscape to the world and increase tourism growth. Many Jamaican actors have been casted!

It’s been almost 60 years since the first Bond movie was filmed. This year, the 25th Bond returns to the famous winter home of Ian Fleming, the man behind the books. The 007 books and films are brimming with an abundance of Jamaican landmarks, particularly in the three stories set on the island: Dr No, Live and Let Die and The Man with the Golden Gun, but there’s much more than meets the eye when it comes to Bond’s connection to Jamaica.

In preparation for the forthcoming 007 blockbuster which is being shot on the island this year and released in April 2020, fans can travel to the locations frequented by the author and his characters. Whether it’s staying at the Half Moon resort where Bond spent a night with Rosie Carver, relaxing on Laughing Waters Beach where Ursula Andress iconically emerged from the water or touring the lesser-known locations where Dr. No and Live and Let Die were filmed, Jamaica will captivate holidaymakers looking to step into 007’s shoes.