Daniel Craig to say goodbye as James Bond in ‘No Time to Die’

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It was something that had been rumored for a long time, but there was still a small hope that Daniel Craig continue to play the Agent 007. However, it has been the actor himself who has put an end to the rumors after confirming that, indeed, the time has come to say goodbye to James Bond. Will be on ‘No Time To Die’ when we see Craig incarnate this role for the last time, a film that will be the quinta for the actor as the famous agent and the twenty-fifth movie of the saga.

It was during an interview in The Late Night with Stephen Colbert where Craig has stated that “I’m done with the character”, an idea that has been around his head several times, as he has commented in the interview. He has said that while he was preparing for ‘Specter’ in 2015 he even said that he would rather “cut his hands” than make another James Bond film, a statement that he clarified having said after one of the hard and long training sessions in which ended up exhausted.

It should be remembered that Craig first assumed the role of Agent 007 in ‘Casino Royale’, a film that was a kind of reboot of the franchise. Since then he has starred in ‘Quantum of Solace’, ‘Skyfall’ and ‘Specter’, and is now releasing the next April 3, 2020 ‘No Time to Die’, his latest adventure as James Bond.

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When determining who will be his successor, some names like that of Idris Elba | and others like Harry Styles they have made public their enthusiasm for embodying the agent. What is clear is that the bar that Craig leaves is very high, becoming the favorite James Bond of many fans of the saga.

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