Daniel Craig is famous for his incredible performance as James Bond. During a recent press conference "Spectre," Daniel hinted at his role and revealed that he wanted out of the James Bond character. However, when the actor heard that a lot of stars wanted to play Bond in the new movies, Daniel agreed to play James one more time in the next film of the franchise. "Bond 25" is due to begin shooting this September and has an estimated release date of 2019.

Daniel Craig signs up for 'Bond 25'

While Daniel still has another James Bond movie left of his six-film contract, the questions of whether the actor would return to the franchise ever since he revealed that he was tired of playing 007 during a press conference in 2015 around the release of "Spectre." The Mirror reveals that Daniel is returning.

The actor has agreed to don the spy suit one more time, after hearing that a lot of young actors are curious to replace him. James Norton, Tom Hardy, Aidan Turner, Idris Elba and several other celebrities have been tipped for the character, although they deny involvements with the film.

It would not be wrong to say that Daniel has been at the center of the franchise's best and most successful movies. "Skyfall" brought in $1.2 billion, becoming the highest-grossing film by Sony Pictures. Later on, "Spectre" became the sixth highest-grossing film of 2015. It grossed over $800 million at the box office. All this is enough to prove that Daniel Craig is the best actor when it comes to playing James Bond.

Will Adele return?

A report by Independent UK reveals that director Barbara Broccoli is trying to secure Adele, who received an Oscar for the franchise with her great performance in "Skyfall." Will Adele join the "Bond 25" cast? Barbara is said to be "negotiating the project with Adele." In the meantime, Broccoli is looking for newcomers to bring new twists to the movie.

Producer Christopher Nolan told Mirror that he had negotiated the new movie with Barbara Broccoli. But he would wait until the producer "contacted" him before stepping into Sam Mendes's shoes. Sam previously directed "Spectre" and "Skyfall" for the franchise.

Daniel Craig said in a recent statement to Independent that he deeply loved the character.

Though the film has no release date, Daniel looks forward to giving his best. We wish him good luck for "Bond 25" and all other projects.

What do you feel about this new movie? Will it break the previous records?

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