Daniel Craig Will Reportedly Return to Play James Bond

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Daniel Craig Will Reportedly Return to Play James Bond

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Daniel Craig was widely reported to have ended his tenure as the suave Brit super spy James Bond after the release of Spectre in 2015. Daniel Craig was criticised and presumed to fail as James Bond when the trailer of Casino Royale was released back in 2006, but, has since garnered great response across the board for his portrayal of our beloved Bond, James Bond. All hope of seeing him as Bond again were quashed when Craig stated in an interview that ‘I would rather slash my wrists than play Bond again.’

He later did clarify that he was really tired during the interview and he would consider the role if an opportunity arises. And it looks like the opportunity knocked on his door and he gleefully welcomed it into his house. According to a report, he will play the famous spy in its 25th instalment. Yes, James Bond will return to the big screen for a record 25th time, that’s how much we love our super spy. But amongst immense speculation about who will be the next Bond, the report claims that Craig has agreed to play the character for the 5th time.

The out-of-this-world gadgets used in Bond movies over the years has kept us fishing for more and the 25th edition of the series, releasing in November of 2019 is a proof that the world just can’t get enough of the Brit spy! The same report has also claimed that Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, who have teamed up on the screenplays for the last six Bond instalments, will return.

The name of the new movie has not yet been locked but whatever the title may be, we are extremely excited to see Mr Craig back on the big screen killing bad guys and making us envy his super awesome collection of tech! Tell us what you feel about Daniel Craig reprising the role and your favourite Bond movie!

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