Daniel Craig, the most current actor to play James Bond, recently gave an interview, discussing his role and the duration of his stay as the famous character. There are rumors that not only will the upcoming Spectre be Sam Mendes' final James Bond film, but Craig's as well.
When asked about making the films, Craig said, "It's getting harder. But such is life. I'll keep going as long as I'm physically able. I'm contracted for one more - but I'm not going to make predictions."
He also commented in another interview about his future in the role, saying, "I can't give you an honest answer at this point. It's not that I'm trying to play hard to get. I've just given it no thought whatsoever. This movie has taken up two years of my life. And I just need a break. I need to get back to normal life. I need to reintroduce myself to my family who are not best pleased with me. The idea of planning ahead - I'm not trying to be coy. People want an answer and I don't have one."
It looks like only time will tell if we are to see Craig fulfill his contract or if he will bow out.
Spectre is slated for a November 6, 2015 release.
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