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Daniel Craig’s return as James Bond has finally been confirmed by Craig himself live on US television, while being interview by 'Late Show' host Stephen Colbert.

Craig has reportedly been offered up to £120 million for his return as James Bond in two more films. Bond producers have also confirmed that 007 will return to the big screen in 2019: "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." We can't wait.
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The current 007's widely seen as the best in modern times - but would he play Bond again after the 2019 film?
Why: Despite having stated in 2015 that he'd rather slash his wrists than have to play Bond again, Daniel Craig's return as James Bond has been finally confirmed by the man himself.
Mr Craig has since recuperated from the physically tough and mentally challenging task of filming Spectre and last October he explained the above remark by saying he was fatigued at the time and had been missing his family. “It was the day after filming [stopped on Spectre]. I’d been away from home for a year,” the actor recalled.
Moreover, speaking at the New Yorker festival in the same month, Craig told the audience "I've got the best job in the world doing Bond... there's no other job like it," fuelling fire to the rumours that he will don the Bond tux, perhaps even more than one more time. And with alleged rumours that he's been offered £120 million for his return as James Bond in two more films, surely it would be impossible to turn down the role that shot him him to world fame, beyond 2019?
Why not: Craig, 49, will have starred in five Bond films and may find a sixth film too strenuous. After all he's made his money (with a rumoured £48.66 million payday for Spectre), and more importantly cemented himself as one of the greatest and most unique Bonds ever. What more does he have to prove?

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