Daniel Craig says he has no regrets about leaving James Bond behind and has revealed that he discussed killing the character with franchise producer Barbara Broccoli."No, none at all," Craig said when asked by Martha Kearney on BBC Radio 4's "Best of Today" podcast. "I had an incredibly fortunate 17 years of my life making this. I literally want to spend the next 20 years of my life trying to unhook it all and try and put it into a...
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People have been watching Broccoli, looking for hints about what will happen to James Bond now that Daniel Craig has retired from the role with the release of “No Time to Die,” which grossed $774 million globally when it hit theaters in late 2021 after a year and a half of pandemic-related delays. The industry stalwart produced nine films in the franchise in partnership with half-brother Michael Wilson since her father Albert “Cubby” Broccoli gave them control of Eon in 1995, and she is widely credited with modernizing the Cold War-era superspy. So far, Broccoli hasn’t said much more than that they wouldn’t be able to consider any candidates to take on 007 until they figure out how to approach the next film, said to be “a reinvention of Bond,” and whoever they choose for the role is looking at a 10- to 12-year commitment.