Craig to Star in a Further Two Bond Films
It has been reported that Daniel Craig will be staring in at least two more James Bond films.
Last week it was revealed that Craig was contracted for at least five Bond films which means he has at least two left to shoot.
His participation in the next two films has since been confirmed by Deadline. It was further reported that Craig will be receiving $15.5 million for each of the films.
The films will be co-financed by Eon Productions and Sony Pictures who were also behind Skyfall, Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace.
Once Craig has started in all five films he will become the third most prolific Bond after Sean Connery and Roger Moore who both stared in seven films.
It is possible that Craig could sign for further films.
Craig’s next film, Skyfall, will be released on October 26th with co-stars Judi Dench as M and Ben Whishaw and Q, Javier Bardem will be in the role of the villain.
On October 5th there will be a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first Bond film Dr No.
The celebration, titled Global James Bond Day, will see special events around the world including charity auctions and special screenings.