Further, Christoph Waltz has stated that he would like to reprise his role as Ernst Stavro Blofeld two more times if Daniel Craig returns.
Eon Productions that oversees everything Bond and Metro-Goldwyn Mayer, which holds rights to the franchise, announced Monday that Bond would return to U.S. cinemas on November 8, 2019 with an earlier release in Britain and worldwide.
After a grueling shoot and sublime reviews for his last turn as the global spy, Spectre, Craig seemed done with the role.
Producers have confirmed that the new James Bond Film, which would be the 25th entry in the franchise, will be released in November 2019.
Alex Osborn is a freelance writer for IGN.
The film's official Twitter account shared: "James Bond will return to USA cinemas on November 8, 2019 with a traditional earlier release in the United Kingdom and the rest of the world".
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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Eon Productions said that additional details regarding the film's distribution, including worldwide release dates and the film's cast and director, will be announced at a later date.
Craig has sounded less sure of continuing his role as Bond.
The New York Times reports that Craig's return is "a done deal" so if that's true, expect an announcement shortly. We were hoping for Christopher Nolan, but let's give the guy a chance if the rumours turn out to be true. Are you looking forward to more Craig-Bond?