The New York Times is reporting that Daniel Craig, the objectively best James Bond (fight me about it), is now confirmed to be playing 007 again in the next entry in the franchise.
Despite having previously said that he’d “rather slash [his] wrists” thank pick up the Walther PPK again, two sources close to the matter who spoke anonymously to the paper said that the flaxen-haired unit was back on board.
At this stage, not much is known about the film, other than its November 8, 2019 release date, and its screenwriters, Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, who have both worked on the last six films.
Craig has previously addressed his exceptionally dramatic comments about never wanting to play the role again, attributing his comments about preferring death over playing Bond again to being overtired. We’ve all been there.
Photo: Casino Royale.