Daniel Craig confirms return as James Bond
Daniel Craig has confirmed that he will indeed return as James Bond. It is the fifth and last time the actor is seen as the well-known British spy.
The 49-year-old Craig, who the last time vague about his possible comeback, told The Late Show host Stephen Colbert that he himself had for a few months know that he was once in the skin of James Bond moves.
“We have discussed and we have looked at how we want to do,” said Craig among others, according to The Hollywood Reporter. “It was always my intention to return again and again, but I had just needed a break.”
Craig was in 2006 in his first Bond movie, Casino Royale. Then came Quantum of Solace, Skyfall, and Spectre.
After that last film, he said he “would prefer a glass to break, and his wrists by cutting” again to return as James Bond. “It has no meaning here my apologies to offer,” he told Colbert. “But that remark came two days after the recordings were completed. I had an interview, someone asked me if I was still a Bond movie wanted to do, and I said, ‘No!'”
Producers Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Eon Productions announced last month the launch of a 25th Bond film. This should be in november 2019 in the cinemas appear.
Daniel Craig has not yet signed for the new Bond films