A lady walks in front of a James Bond poster featuring Daniel Craig as Bond.
Everyone loves James Bond. For his impeccable style, aura, his effortless personality that sweeps every one off their feet.
When asked if he would play the spy again, the much-loved Hollywood star Daniel Craig once said he would rather slash his wrists.
But now, it's claimed that the actor could be returning for a sixth Bond movie after having a change of heart, reports mirror.co.uk.
No Time to Die was supposed to see Craig do his last stint as the iconic spy. The shooting for the movie wrapped up towards the end of last year, but the film's release has been delayed due to the coronavirus.
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The upcoming "No Time To Die" has been promoted as the 52-year-old's last-ever outing as secret agent 007.
"I don't think Daniel is finished with James Bond, despite his previous claims. He was in this same position four years ago after Spectre came out, where he said publicly and loudly that he was done and then, as time passed, he just wasn't," a movie source once told The Sun.
"There is something about this part that scratches an itch and he's not prepared to see it go to another actor yet. It' going to come down to how 'No Time To Die' is perceived by the public and if it can become the highest-grossing film in the series."
Craig, who made his debut in the role in 2006's "Casino Royale", once said he'd rather slash his wrists than play Bond again. In a 2015 interview, he was asked who should play Bond after him.
He said: "Look, I don't give a f**k. Good luck to them. All I care about is that if I stop doing these things we've left it in a good place and people pick it up and make it better."
When asked about the possibility of doing another movie himself, he continued: "Now? I'd rather break this glass and slash my wrists. No, not at the moment. Not at all. That's fine. I'm over it at the moment. We're done. All I want to do is move on."
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