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  New Bond film title announced
Updated 12 March 2002, 18.51
Courtesy of Eon Productions
Pierce Brosnan leaping onto a hovercraft for the opening sequence

The name of the new James Bond film has been revealed as Die Another Day.

The movie - previously known as Bond 20 - has already started shooting in various exotic locations around the world.

It stars Pierce Brosnan as the slick spy hero for the fourth time.

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The world's best secret agent will be joined by US actress Halle Berry as the latest "Bond girl".

And British actress Dame Judi Dench will be back as Bond's super-cool boss M.

This time the villain will be played by actor Toby Stevens.

Hawaii and hovercraft

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Will Yun Lee as 'Colonel Moon'
This 20th Bond adventure is being shot in Hawaii, Iceland, Spain and... Cornwall!

Expect loads of action as usual including an opening scene featuring hovercraft!

Brosnan had said he wouldn't do another Bond after this one but he's changed his mind.

Die Another Day will be released in the UK and the US on 22 November.

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