Spectre Might Not be the Last Time we See Daniel Craig's James Bond, After All

By Aatif Sulleyman on at

Despite seemingly being sick to death of the character, it’s looking more and more likely that Daniel Craig will star as James Bond at least once more. Though nothing’s yet been signed, Michael G Wilson, who's co-produced every Daniel Craig Bond movie so far, says that talks are going rather smoothly.

“We think we’ve got him but we don’t have a contract," he told the Mirror over the weekend. We suggest he gets right on that. Craig has been more than a little negative about the MI6 spy over recent weeks, describing the character as a misogynist who’s incapable of teaching us anything useful in our day-to-day lives. He also said he’d rather slash his wrists than play him again, but there’s a small, small chance he might have been exaggerating.

Producers and fans alike are keen to see Craig don his smartest gear at least one final time. If he does stick with the role, the follow-up to Spectre will represent his fifth outing as 007. [Mirror]