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Daniel Craig confirms No Time To Die is his last James Bond film

By: Anders Frejdh
Daniel Craig The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Last night, on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Daniel Craig confirmed that No Time To Die (due for release in April 2020) is his last James Bond film. This marks the end of an era with Craig being the longest serving 007 actor all time. (George Lazenby is still the youngest.)

Daniel Craig, who stars in the upcoming movie Knives Out, due for release on 27th November 2020, also gave his side of a story Rami Malek shared with Stephen Colbert during his last appearance on The Late Show.

Watch a clip to see Daniel Craig confirm to Stephen Colbert that No Time To Die is his last James Bond film

A second clip with Daniel Craig on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, November 22

For the latest official announcements on No Time To Die, visit the official website.



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