Daniel Craig To Move On After ‘Spectre:’ Who Will Play Next Bond?
The speculations of a new James Bond is already in news and it is rumored that top notch actors like Tom Hardy, Idris Elba and Emily Blunt are the front runners for the role of Bond successor. On being asked to the current James Bond, Daniel Craig added that he is not bothered about who the spy franchise cast in the much talked about role. Read on to find out full details of Daniel Craig interview.
According to Vanity Fair, in a recent interview the 47-year-old Craig stated that he wishes to see the spy franchise to find out right people to make the 007 look better. He isn’t much bothered about who the franchise pick as a bond successor. All he wants is the flick to look better from where it is left.
Craig is a part of the bond franchise since 2005. Initially, he thought that the franchise is a big machine that makes a lot of money. The highly acclaimed actor received much accolades for “Casino Royale” and “Skyfall,” and is now ready to fire the screen with his fabulous performance in the upcoming bond film, “Spectre.”
It is also reported that Daniel Craig wants to move on from the franchise and unfortunately, does not intend to be a part of next bond flick. He has already done four 007 movies and wishes to break his bond image now. Well, he might change his mind after “Spectre” hits the big screen.
“Spectre” is directed by “Skyfall” director Sam Mendes and co-stars like Christoph Waltz, Léa Seydoux, Ben Whishaw and Naomie Harris, to name a few, are in the movie. The film is scheduled to release on November 6.
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