Daniel Craig spotted filming James Bond in London as he reveals bloodied hands and lip on set

DANIEL Craig was spotted filming James Bond 25 in London today near Buckingham Palace.

The film has been delayed on a number of occasions but is firmly back on track with Craig, 51, snapped alongside the Queen's Household Cavalry.

A photo released on the 007 Twitter account revealed a clapperboard with B25 and Sunday's date in front of the Household Cavalry.

The pic had been taken on The Mall near to the palace in central London and was captioned: "#Bond25 on location in London."

British spy Bond works for Her Majesty's Secret Service and a second photos showed Craig posing with an officer.

However, one person commented beneath the post on Twitter: "Where's the #ramimalek photos at?? We need some details on the villain."

Rami Malek will star in the next James Bond film as a chilling villain, and previously insisted: "I will be making sure Mr Bond will not be having an easy ride of it."

It was also revealed that stunning Blade Runner actress Ana De Armas will also be appearing alongside Craig as a Bond girl.

Director Cary Fukunaga confirmed back in April that Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, Rory Kinnear, Léa Seydoux, Ben Whishaw and Jeffrey Wright would all be returning to the franchise.

Speaking about the 25th Bond movie at a press conference broadcast from Ian Fleming's Goldeneye villa in Jamaica, where he wrote the iconic novels, 007 supremo Barbara Broccoli revealed new plot details.

She sexplained: "Bond is not on active service when we start the film.

"He is enjoying himself in Jamaica. We've built an extraordinary house here."

In pics released from set earlier this month, director Cary Fukunaga and Craig are seen on set in Jamaica.

The new film looks set to have plenty of sex appeal with beautiful women dancing in a club

Filming for the new film was halted earlier this year after Craig seriously injured his ankle and then last month.

A crew member was hurt in an explosion on set.

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