After the tumultuous and back-and-forth about Daniel Craig's involvement with Bond, it's now finally been confirmed that he is in fact on for another Bond.

Speaking to the AP this week, Craig has now himself announced that he's on for Bond 25, but stopped short of confirming Danny Boyle as director and John Hodge as screenwriter. Boyle had previously made the announcement himself, and added that both he and Trainspotting screenwriter John Hodge were working on the script with a view to production beginning relatively soon.

Craig's response? "We'll see, we'll see." Well, Daniel Craig, that tells us nothing.

What happens now with Bond post-Craig, however, is still up in the air. Craig's contract with Bond was reportedly for four movies, and had previously stated that he'd only do a fifth "for the money" - so we're guessing the price was right this time out. Previous reports had it that Craig was initially offered £68 million in 2016 to do another two Bond movies, but a further report in 2017 had it that he was offered a staggering £154 million to make two more.

For the moment, none of these figures have been confirmed and while Craig confirming the news that he's doing Bond again, it's all still quite a while away from hitting our screens.

So, over to you, Craig back as Bond - are we happy or no? Let us know in the comments!


Via AP / Variety