Celebrity News: The New York Times has unveiled the best-kept secret by producers
The American newspaper The New York Times has put an end to rumors about the future star of the James Bond saga. Last Monday the newspaper unveiled what was an open secret until now: Daniel Craig will once again become MI6’s most famous spy.
The British actor has already played agent 007 in the last four films, including Skyfall (2012) and Specter (2015). In spite of the great success of the tapes, Craig affirmed in a controversial interview that would cut the veins before returning to put in the skin of James Bond. This statement made millions of fans start speculating on possible new actors to star in the series, including the names of Tom Hiddleston, Tom Hardy or Idris Elba.
Finally and according to sources quoted by The New York Times, Craig will again play the super-agent for the fifth time in a row. The film will be released in November 2019 in the United States, according to the producers. Metro Goldwyn Mayer and EON Productions have been in charge of confirming the new James Bond, which will be the 25th since starting in 1962 with Sean Connery.
It has also been known that the team led by Neal Purvis and Robert Wade will carry out the script for the next film, of which no title is known yet. Purvis and Wade are two stalwarts of the saga and have worked on six of the films since The World Is Not Enough in 1999.
As for other data such as the distribution, the dates of release in other countries and the director the producers do not say anything yet, so it will be necessary to wait for them to report in an official statement … or to leach new data.