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James Bond star Daniel Craig: ‘We were constantly readjusting the No Time To Die script'
JAMES BOND star Daniel Craig has admitted that they were "constantly readjusting" the No Time To Die script in the trailer for the upcoming official James Bond podcast.The 25th Bond movie's script has famously been through a number of iterations. Originally Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, who have written every 007 movie since Pierce Brosnan's The World Is Not Enough, saw their story shelved for a screenplay by John Hodge.
Daniel Craig can see a long future for the 'Knives Out' franchise.
The 'James Bond' actor is set to return as Detective Benoit Blanc in two sequels to Rian Johnson's 2019 whodunnit after Netflix agreed a big-money deal for the rights and hinted that he could play the sleuth for years to come.
Speaking at a BAFTA: A Life In Pictures event, Daniel said: "I talked to Rian the other day; we've got this crazy deal with Netflix, that's great. I said, 'What's beyond that?'; he said, 'Do you want to do another one?' And I was like, 'Yeah, if you will.'
"As long as we get the ideas, we'll figure it out; and as long as we're excited by it, and think other people will be excited about it, we'll keep doing it."
Daniel Craig admits ‘It felt completely wrong' to continue on as James Bond after Spectre
DANIEL CRAIG has admitted that "it just felt completely wrong" to continue playing James Bond after Spectre, before changing his mind to return as 007 once again in No Time To Die.Of course, Craig later clarified the comments, saying that he'd just finished on Spectre, a tough shoot in which he broke his leg and worked the movie's scenes around his injury rather than shut down production.
Daniel kept quiet about 'Knives Out 2' but did confirm that it will involve Blanc taking on a different case from the first film.
He said: "It's a Benoit Blanc mystery but it's different."
The 53-year-old actor also revealed that he is "involved" in discussions with the director about who joins him in the cast for each movie – with the new flick also set to star Dave Bautista, Kate Hudson and Leslie Odom Jr.
Daniel said: "Rian's really good at casting.
"I'm involved in the sense that we always talk about the process, and certainly where we go with the next one."
However, the actor did confirm that work on a third movie will not be starting any time soon.
Craig said: "We're a long way off doing that – we're throwing ideas around."
How James Bond’s Daniel Craig Celebrated As Soon As He Wrapped Filming On No Time To Die .
After wrapping No Time To Die, Daniel Craig saw himself out the way he came in: through an appropriate drink choice.We all know that part of that celebration included the touching speech Mr. Craig gave to his on-set family and friends after filming his final scene. Though with all the tears that Daniel Craig and others like James Bond producer Barbara Broccoli had shed that night, one might not exactly call that part a “celebration.” Speaking with Daniel Craig and Lashana Lynch as part of No Time To Die’s big media day, I had to ask what celebrating his official departure had entailed.