Daniel Craig Signs On For Two More JAMES BOND Films
Skyfall (coming to theaters later this year) will be Daniel Craig's third outing as James Bond, but the actor has now signed on to star in two more films in the long running franchise. Hit the jump for more details on Craig's new contract.
MI6 reports that Daniel Craig (who has previously played James Bond in 2006's Casino Royale, 2008's Quantum Of Solace, and this year's Skyfall) has signed on to star in two more 007 movies. The two movies would serve as the 24th and 25th Bond movies, respectively. Sony Pictures are set to continue their relationship with MGM with the next movie in EON Productions' long running franchise. A late 2014 release for Craig's next outing as Bond has been suggested. However, EON prefer a longer break in between James Bond films. Additionally, Craig has said that he's not taking on any more film work until the new year, when press for Skyfall is finished.
A total of five James Bond films would make Craig the third longest running actor in the role, following Sean Connery and Roger Moore. You can next see Craig as 007 in Skyfall, which will be released November 9th in the US and October 26th in the UK.
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