Daniel Craig To Act As James Bond Again, Even After Publicly Saying He Hated The Character

He said he would rather slit his wrists than play James Bond again, so maybe Daniel Craig should start preparing.

Daniel Craig, 49, will be playing the iconic role in at least one more film, which will be released in November 2019. Well, that’s good news for us, but bad news for Craig apparently.

The next instalment is expected to arrive in theatres in North America on Nov. 8 2019, according to Eon Productions, the London-based company that oversees all things 007, and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, which holds rights to the franchise.

Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, veteran 007 writers, who have worked on every Bond movie since ‘The World Is Not Enough’ in 1999, will also write the upcoming 25th one as well.

Along with directly saying that he would rather die than play this role, Daniel Craig has always been very vocal about his hatred of the character, saying Bond was a misogynist who had nothing of value to teach the world. He hated it so much that he even turned down a $99 million offer, which was apparently followed by a $150 million offer, which is about 52 billion Naira.

Well, we can just hope that Daniel Craig can bear playing this highly coveted role for a lot of money once again.

Written by Jimmyjay in July 28, 2017
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