Daniel Craig is not done as 007 after all!

Eon Productions, the producers behind cinema’s most prominent assassin, have dropped news related to the next installment of the long running James Bond franchise. It was reported that the next James Bond feature, currently titled Bond 25, will bow into theaters on November 8, 2019. Upon the reveal of the release date of the new James Bond flick, news has been put to rest regarding who will be carrying the license to kill: Daniel Craig is reportedly coming back!

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Image by GlynLowe.com from Hamburg, Germany

Craig has been portraying 007 since 2006, when he made his debut in the highly successful Casino Royale. His stint as Bond includes three more features including Quantum of Solace, Skyfall and Spectre, which arrived in theaters in late 2015. After Spectre began its theatrical run, Craig has publicly expressed his exhaustion and frustration with the role, speculating as to whether he will relinquish the role to another actor and walk away. With Bond 25’s release date secured, sources have seemingly confirmed that Daniel Craig will return as the vodka martini-drinking, Aston Martin driving, British spy armed with a Walther, a few gadgets from Q’s laboratory and a gorgeous woman for company.

Mr. Craig’s return is a done deal, according to two people briefed on the matter, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to avoid conflicts with Eon and MGM.

At present, the studio is narrowing down on finalists to direct the 2019 spy thriller, and there is no mention on whether anyone else is slated to star in the picture. Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, who have written the previous six Bond movies, are teaming up once more to write the script for the new 007 adventure. Bond is coming back. Craig is coming back. 2019 is not that far off so, I guess we’ll just have to wait and see what happens from here on out!

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