With recent stories suggesting that Daniel Craig is likely to continue as 007, the next James Bond movie has now been given a confirmed release date.
Producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson, EON Productions and Gary Barber, and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. have moved to announce the next Bond film for a November 8th, 2019 release.
Franchise mainstays Neal Purvis and Robert Wade are on board to write this next outing for England’s greatest spy, although a director has yet to be revealed at this stage. Additionally, the Craig stories have still not been put to rest one way or the other, with the actor still yet to be confirmed as returning to the 007 role or walking away from the franchise altogether. Of course, if you remember back, Craig initially said he’d rather slit his wrists than play Bond again following Spectre. That, though, was followed by him being offered a reported $150 million to reprise the role for just two further movies.
With a release date for Bond 25 now set, it’s fair to say we can expect to be hearing something concrete on Craig’s future sooner rather than later. And, as ever, we’ll bring you more on that as we get it.
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