But still, it is pretty great that Daniel Craig will continue on the legacy, even if we have to wait until November 8, 2019 to get another movie. Though there is not any official confirmation that he is returning back or not? but it is to be said that he might be a part of James Bond once again. Perhaps the ink is still drying on his contract, which is rumoured to be worth a whopping $150 million.
Christopher Nolan marks a possibility for the next director, having previously told Playboy that he's up for the challenge.
MGM and Eon also looking for a studio to handle the marketing and the distribution of the film and Fox, Sony, Universal and Warner Brothers are said to all be in the running.
Update: The New York Timesis reporting that Daniel Craig will, in fact, return to play Bond in 2019 citing sources close to the production knowledgable about information regarding the project that has yet to be announced.
Personally, I wouldn't be surprised if they bring in a new Bond.
The popular franchise "James Bond" is returning with its 25th instalment soon. There have been a number of reports lately indicating that Daniel Craig will return, and I hope those are true. As someone who always has pretty awesome movies coming out on their birthday, I've shared my fair share of Bond releases with my special day. Those comments led many to believe that there was a snowball's chance in hell that we'd see Craig come back for "BOND 25". After SPECTRE gave his Bond the flawless "ride off into the sunset moment" to end his tenure on, he famously said that he would "rather slash my own wrists" than star in another Bond movie.