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>> Daniel Craig has confirmed his Bond career will have to die another day. The current 007 plans to stay on for one more of the spy thrillers. The star of Skyfall and Casino Royale made the announcement on a US chat show. Speaking to Stephen Colbert on The Late Show he said yes to fronting a fifth Bond.
But the spectre of a new Bond has hung over the franchise for some time. Until now he's refused to say whether he would do it again, leading to speculation as to who might slip into his tux. The next film in the series is due out in November 2019.
It will be the 25th Bond made and Craig's last outing as the British spy. For Bond, the world might not be enough, but for Daniel Craig, it seems one more film will be.