Why Daniel Craig Is Returning For New James Bond Movie ‘No Time To Die’?
It’s hard to see James Bond changing celebrities on a regular basis. Each Bond actor signs a contract and acts for a few movies before the next one is brought forward. Similarly, Daniel Craig is now looking to put up his boots for the character of ‘Agent 007’. Although ‘No Time To Die’ will be his last James Bond movie, there were speculations that he might not be performing the movie at all. So, what made him come back for a final show?
Daniel Craig Talks About Why He Returned
Daniel Craig first came on as James Bond in 2006, starring in ‘Casino Royale’ alongside Eva Green as the bond girl. He then moved to play three more movies, ‘Quantum of Solace’ (2008), ‘Skyfall’ (2012), and ‘Spectre’ (2015). Perhaps it is because of Daniel Craig’s disliking of James Bond that he decided to stop performing for the franchise. Cinemablend reported that Craig thinks of Bond as “Misogynist”.
There are surely more reasons than this that made him come to the decision of exiting the role. Luckily for us, he will be back one more time for ‘No Time To Die’. Empire reports that the star claims that he has some unfinished business with James Bond.
“If that had been it, the world would have carried on as normal, and I would have been absolutely fine. But somehow it felt like we needed to finish something off. If I’d left it at Spectre, something at the back of my head would have been going, ‘I wish I’d done one more.’”
Daniel Craig also added that he had some secret idea of the franchise and how he imagined it to be. If he would have left at ‘Spectre’ then he would have felt something is incomplete. Therefore, leaving at ‘Spectre’ was really not an option. Now, in the upcoming Bond movie, Craig feels it’s the lsat one.
Perhaps it is great that Daniel Craig will get to see his perfected (or better) version of the character in the next Bond film. This will give him a chance to properly send-off the MI6 spy role.