Daniel Craig confirms Bond 25 will be his next film
The actor had previously said he would never act in another Bond film ever again
Putting to rest rumours that he won't be reprising the role of the iconic British spy, Daniel Craig has finally confirmed that Bond 25 will be his next film . The actor, who made his debut as James Bond in 2006's Casino Royale, reprised his role in three more films with the the last one being Sam Mendes’ Spectre in 2015.
Screenwriters Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, who have written the scripts for every Bond film since The World is Not Enough, are expected to write the script for the upcoming film as well. However, the film's director, Danny Boyle, had said that Trainspotting writer John Hodge is also writing a separate Bond 25 screenplay. Aside from the cast and crew, there have been question marks over which studio will be distributing the film. Columbia Pictures/Sony Pictures’ contract with MGM and EON Productions expired with Spectre, and the latter are now only offering a one-film contract for whichever distributor picks up the rights of Bond 25.
With so much uncertainty surrounding the film, fans will take comfort in the fact that at least one familiar face in the form of Daniel Craig is sure to be a part of the film.