Daniel Craig is reportedly coming back as Agent 007 in another "James Bond" movie. After "Spectre," rumors began to spread that the British hunk will step down from the role. These speculations became clearer when the executives of the "James Bond" films began to hold auditions for replacements.

Craig is the sixth official actor to play as "James Bond" when he slipped into the signature tux. He is also the very first actor to take the Walther PPK award for "Casino Royale" in 2006. His last movie was when he faced against Blofeld (Christoph Waltz) in Spectre.

There were no mid-credit scenes as well telling that James Back will be back for more.

Luckily, according to Mirror, Daniel Craig will return for one more movie as Agent 007. What's more, Cara Delevingne will be his new Bond Girl.

The new Bond Girl

Ross King broke the exciting news saying that the people behind "James Bond" has been chasing Delevingne for the new Bond movie. The supermodel turned actress, who starred in a series of blockbusters such as "Suicide Squad" and "Paper Towns." If the rumors are true, she will not be the very first model to be cast as a Bond Girl.

The British actress is believed to be considered for a character who is a kick ass and packs a mean punch as 007. Another film source also mentioned that the value of Cara exploded even for a short period in Hollywood.

Another round for Daniel Craig

After rumors and confirmation that Craig will no longer return as Agent 007, it looks like he will be back for the fifth time. After months of speculations of who his replacement will be, the 49-year-old actor secured his place in another "James Bond" movie.

According to Daily Mail UK, Bond producer Barbara Broccoli has managed to talk Craig round into filming for the upcoming "Bond 25" film.

Although nothing is confirmed yet, the producer is also determined to bring back Adele for another theme song, after the success of "Skyfall."

Another source revealed that Craig and Adele together are the winning team for the "James Bond" team. They are the ultimate choice and the money spinners. Daniel Craig's wife, Rachel Weisz, is also reported to approve the "Bond 25" project.

She is willing for her husband to spend another year away to film the spy movie.

Craig has succeeded in bringing a more emotional take to the Agent 007 role. Given the four films he starred in, he showed a grittier version of the agent which fit the modern age.