Whether you loved or hated Spectre, one thing's for certain - Christoph Waltz was pretty damn good in it.

In a way, it's a mystery that it took so long for Waltz to be cast a Bond villain because he truly is the perfect choice. Urbane, comical and able to roll his R's with the best of them, Waltz was perfect in the role as Franz Oberhauser / Blofeld.

Luckily, it would seem that the producers behind Bond feel the same way as it's been reported that Waltz has signed on for an additional two Bond films - on one condition. Waltz is apparently concerned with the continuity of the series and said that he wouldn't sign on unless Craig does likewise.

This is no surprise, really, as the interplay between the two actors was one of Spectre's highlights. What does surprise us, however, is that Waltz wants to go back to it. Given how vocal Craig was about Spectre's shooting schedule, it strikes us as a bit strange that Waltz would step back in so quickly.

The report, which also confirms that Craig is on for two more films, doesn't have anything in the way of official confirmation yet, but it's interesting to see that the wheels are obviously in motion already. If it's true and Waltz does want to come back, but only with Craig, he'll probably be waiting a long time.

Craig has said - repeatedly - that he'd only go back to Bond for the money and, from the sounds of it, he's not going to need it any time soon. What do you think? Would you want to see Waltz still in the role or should it move on to someone else?


Via Mirror.co.uk