The 25th movie installment featuring James Bond will allegedly have a surprising twist. The plot of the film, with the working title "Bond 25," will follow Agent 007 as retired and married.

According to Page Six, James Bond will reportedly quit the service because of love on "Bond 25.” A tragedy, however, will strike and the agent that will lead to the death of his wife, Madeleine Swann. This will then push him to return to the service.

Author and James Bond creator Ian Fleming originally wanted the character, known as a perennial playboy, to get married in one of his books, according to Inverse.

Bond did so in the 1969 movie "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" that had George Lazenby as the agent.

James Bond’s wife also died in the same film, but this happened in the final moments. Reports suggested that the story of "Bond 25" will be comparable to the 1969 movie.

Fixing ‘Bond 25’ script leak

Producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson tasked scribes Robert Wade and Neal Purvis to write the screenplay for "Bond 25" back in March. They also worked on Daniel Craig's four Bond movies -- “Casino Royale,” “Quantum of Solace,” “Skyfall” and “Spectre.”

It’s unclear if Wade and Purvis will change the script following the alleged plot leak. Another report via Mirror revealed that the planned movie would be called “Shatterland, ” and the screenplay will put the film’s location in Croatia with James Bond hunting down a blind villain.

Daniel Craig returns

Meanwhile, Daniel Craig confirmed that he would be back for the 25th movie. His participation on “Bond 25” ended a year of speculation on which actor could play the role next.

Among the list of names supposedly eyed to replace Craig included Tom Hardy, Tom Hiddleston, and Idris Elba. There were even talks that the producers met with the actors, but Brocolli and Wilson told GQ in July that they want no one else but Craig.

While doing “Spectre” in 2014, Daniel Craig uttered to the Telegraph that he would rather slit his wrist than star in another Bond flick. But despite his earlier statements about quitting as James Bond, Craig told Stephen Colbert on his late night show last August that he had all intentions to return and only wanted a break.

"I just want to go out on a high note, and I can't wait," Daniel Craig said. He added that his statement about slitting his wrist was said at a time when he finished filming “Spectre” just days before the interview.

Work on the new James Bond movie will begin in early 2018 with a scheduled movie release date for Nov. 8, 2019.