Daniel Craig will come back to play James Bond no less than once again, for another film – the franchise’s 25th – planned to be released in November 2019.
Bond producers reported Monday that the follow-up to 2015’s Spectre would touch base in roughly 28 months, yet most different subtle elements – including whether Daniel Craig will depict the British superspy for the fifth time – haven’t been uncovered.
MGM and Eon likewise are searching for a studio to deal with the marketing and the distribution of the film. Warner Bros., Fox, Sony, and Universal are among the studios that might want to release the most recent Bond, with a few insiders giving a slight edge to Warners.
James Bond will return to US cinemas on November 8, 2019 with a traditional earlier release in the UK and the rest of the world. pic.twitter.com/6HnaDnfruK
— James Bond (@007) 24 July 2017
The script for the new, yet to be titled Bond movie will be written by Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, who both composed the past six Bond films. The film will be produced by Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli.
Since Spectre, which released in 2015, it has been hazy whether Daniel Craig would come back to the role of James Bond for a fifth time. The most recent reports have proposed that Craig, and additionally Skyfall artist Adele, will return for the 25th movie and that Sherlock director Paul McGuigan is being considered to rudder the film.
At the season of Specter’s release, Craig’s comments proposed he may be finished with the role. Later comments from the performing artist proposed he is currently more open to coming back to the role and that he almost had been convinced back to return for the 25th film.
Craig has been at the focal point of the franchise’s most lucrative films to date: Skyfall netted $1.1 billion at the international box office, making it the most elevated always grossing film for Sony Pictures and the second most noteworthy gaining of 2012. Spectre, the 2015 development, is the fourth greatest worker in the franchise’s 53-year-history after Thunderball (1965) and Goldfinger (1964) with expansion.