Daniel Craig: Still Not Sure if Another BOND Is in the Cards

Pierre Vaugeois
Août 16, 2017

"I know they're desperate to get going and I would, in theory, love to do it, but there is no decision just yet", he explained.

It had been widely reported that Craig had signed on for the next movie, which would be his fifth, making him the third longest serving Bond after Roger Moore, who made seven films, and Sean Connery who made six.

Back in 2015, shortly after filming his fourth James Bond film Skyfall, Daniel Craig made global headlines when he jokingly told a reporter that he would "rather break this glass and slash my wrists" than reprise his role as 007; the burden of bearing the beloved franchise, he explained, was just too great. This will naturally lead to speculation that Craig is holding out for more money, but it could also be that he's trying to use his leverage in order to secure a certain director or win other creative concessions from Eon Productions.

In an interview with a Boston radio show called Morning Magic 106.7, Craig confirmed that he still has not made a decision about his future as James Bond. Sources told the outlet that Craig's return was a "done deal".

The James Bond 25 roller coaster simply won't quit. What we don't have-and what this movie clearly needs-is an actor to play James Bond. The script is being written by Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, who cowrote Craig's last four Bond movies.

He is right not only that the studio is ready to get going, fans of Ian Fleming's serious want to know where the franchise is heading.

Daniel Craig in Skyfall.

So who looks like the best replacement for the role? As we all know by now, Craig has made some comments in recent years that seem to suggest he's done with the Aston Martin-fueled gig.

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