New 'James Bond' movie announced

  • New 'James Bond' movie announced

New 'James Bond' movie announced

Previously rumours of Craig being paid $150 million dollars for his role in the latest edition of the movie also surfaced which were quickly denounced by the Eon Production and MGM.

Still without a name and lead, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer announced the movie will be written by Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, who have scripted the last six editions, while Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli will return as producers.

With its self-referential, cyclical nature, Spectre would have been a good place to end Craig's great run as Bond and start a new one with a new actor in the very new world of espionage we find ourselves in.

James Bond is set to return to the big screen for the 25th time in November 2019, and reports suggest Daniel Craig may reprise the role. The British actor has reportedly signed up to appear in two more James Bond movies after signing a staggering £47m ($61.2m) contract.

A few years ago it wouldn't have mattered - Craig's initial reluctance would have only reached a handful of hardened film fans and would have disappeared with the news cycles. As at the time of writing this article, the project is still without a director, distributor, and the supporting cast.

The actor, who has played the role four times, ruled himself out of returning in 2015, saying he would "rather slash [his] wrists" than be in it. When is the new James Bond film out in the UK? However, it is not yet clear if the 25th film about the legendary super-spy will have Daniel Craig as part of the production!