Daniel Craig wants to exit from James Bond in the splendor
In his contract, Daniel Craig has binding terms and conditions that he plays 007 agent in 5 films, so "Bond 25" may be the last time Craig needs to comply with the contract and act as the role. From the past few years, the 51-year-old actor has also shown a lack of enthusiasm for the role of 007. From the constraints of the contract, Craig's straightforward sharing to the limits of age are all foreshadowing of a farewell future between the actor and the spy agent.
Craig (51) will be playing the 007 spy for the 5th time in the film expected to be released in 2020. It is 14 years after he made his public debut as 007 in "Casino Royale" in 2006. In 2005, when it was first confirmed that the actor would follow Pierce Brosnan and become the sixth actor to play Bond, Craig faced many doubts whether he was a suitable choice or not.
However, Craig - the muscular and serious man gave a perfect and timely refresh to the character, creating a strong effect on contemporary movie viewers. The late actor Roger Moore, who once played Bond 7 times through the launches from 1973 to 1985, remarked that Craig had brought back the best version of James Bond in film history. Moore once praised Craig for Time magazine that Craig's acting helped ensure that Bond could continue to appeal to the public for another 50 years.
In the process of acting as Bond, Craig had to undergo shoulder and knee surgeries because of injury when performing dangerous scenes. Later, when looking for a softer way to express his tiredness as Bond, Craig said he wanted to rest.
In his last role as Bond, Daniel Craig shared with Today Extra program (Australia) that he hoped to be able to stay in the top level before handing over the role to his successor. Daniel Craig also shared that "Bond 25" maybe was the last time he played 007. The actor said that when he started to enter that series, the movie was in a good time and he needed to leave in a bright aura. That's what he wanted to do so that the coming person to take on the role would be able to take on the good.
This film will be set in Jamaica (an island nation in the Caribbean Sea), where the English writer who created the character 007 - Ian Fleming - has written 12 James Bond stories. In "Bond 25", actor Rami Malek plays the villain. Actress Naomie Harris returns as Moneypenny, Lea Seydoux re-appears as Madeleine Swann and a new element - Cuban actress Anna de Armas (30) is the new "Bond Girl".
By: Kelly Jonas