Who will be the successor of James Bond (Daniel Craig) the suspense is total
Louis Torronde - C19 Tamar news
The suspense is total because nobody knows the successor of Daniel Craig, because he is about to stop his collaboration with the saga with billions of entries and “Dying can wait” will be the last of his James Bond series.
Already in 2016 Daniel Craig had refused an offer from MGM and the producers of the saga to resume service. He had declared to Time out “I would rather break a glass and cut my veins with it”, He was tired of all these shootings and all these trips to the 4 corners of the globe.
A huge check of 25 million dollars, had put him in a better position, moreover consequent percentages on theatrical entries and royalties on derivatives. Thanks to this magnificent contract, he became one of the best paid actors in the world and one of the richest with an estimated fortune of 160 million dollars.
Internationally renowned British actors are constantly being approached as the future James Bond: Idris Elba, Tom Hiddleston, Richard Madden, Tom Hardy … The list goes on and on.
The film is to be released in France on October 6, it has been postponed several times because of the Covid but “Dying can wait” should be the last 007 with the 53 years old star.
Daniel Craig is a box office star: since he took over in 2006, he has been the James Bond of the four biggest box office hits of the franchise. In order of numbers: Casino Royale with 594 million dollars in revenue, Quantum of Solace with 591 million, Spectre with 876 million and Skyfall, the only episode to cross the billion dollar mark in global revenue, which is considerable .
Of the 4 greatest James Bond films, Sean Connery, Roger Moore and Pierce Brosnan, he is the one whose public rushes to see him in the James Bond suit.
With the change of ownership due to the purchase of MGM by Amazon, the cards have changed hands and everything remains possible, perhaps Jeff Bezos will find the right words (and a check with several zeros) to keep Daniel Graig for a next episode in the most lucrative series of the cinema.