Published: Wed, August 16, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Daniel Craig: No Decision Has Been Made on Bond

Daniel Craig: No Decision Has Been Made on Bond

Personally I'd love to see Idris Elba take over the role - the man is definitely a worthy candidate.

Craig was on the radio show to talk about his upcoming film Logan Lucky, which has been likened to James Bond for its premise - the film is about a blonde criminal bomb expert.

The subject of his return to Bond has been widely-discussed.

Yet things remain as up in the air as ever, as he revealed on Tuesday: 'I'd hate to burst the bubble, but no decision has been made at the moment.

In July, The New York Times reported that Craig would once again play James Bond in at least one more film after it was announced the next film will be released on November 8, 2019.

The "Spectre" star's comments echo what he said during a Tuesday interview with Morning Magic 106.7.

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Daniel Craig has left fans shaken by yet another delay to the casting for the next installment in the Bond franchise, pegged for release in 2019.

The hypothetical sequel, which would follow 2015's Spectre, would reportedly hit US theaters on November 8, 2019 following an earlier United Kingdom release.

"No decision has been made at the moment, there's a lot of noise out there and nothing official has been confirmed and I'm not, like, holding out for more money or doing anything like that". That's a far cry from that time in October 2015 when he said he'd rather "slash my wrists" then come back for one more film in the franchise.

Speaking recently to a United States radio station ahead of the release of his latest movie Logan Lucky, the in-demand actor set the record straight about where he now stands... which to be honest appears to be nowhere.

The actor has played the British spy since 2006, when he starred in Casino Royale.

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