It's the question every 007 fan has been asking for a while now. Who's going to play the MI6 agent after Daniel Craig?

The release of 'No Time to Die' is just around the corner (this weekend, in fact). The 25th instalment of the James Bond franchise sees Craig play the super spy for a fifth and final time.

Cary Joji Fukunaga is in the director's seat.

Joining Craig in the cast are a bunch of old faces - Léa Seydoux, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Jeffrey Wright, Christoph Waltz, Rory Kinnear, and Ralph Fiennes. There are also some new faces in Rami Malek, Lashana Lynch, Ana de Armas and Billy Magnussen.

Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli of Eon Production continue their long time association with the James Bond franchise. They're producers on this latest instalment too.

They appeared on BBC Radio 4’s popular Today program (via Variety) just recently to chat 'No Time to Die'.

Upon being asked if they know who's replacing Craig yet, Broccoli answered: "Oh God no.

"We’re not thinking about it at all. We want Daniel to have his time of celebration. Next year we’ll start thinking about the future."

Wilson added, regarding Craig's performance: "He’s been such a great Bond. Those are big shoes to fill. I can’t even [think if it’s] possible."

Broccoli praised Daniel Craig, calling him a "tremendous actor."

She said: "We’re very, very lucky to get him to play this role.

"We could see he was reluctant to do it, because he knew it would change his life, which it obviously has. It’s changed his life, but it hasn’t changed him.

"What he’s enabled us to do with the franchise is really explore the emotional life of Bond and go into the person and complexity and conflicts that happen within the Bond character."

There have been a number of names floating around to play the next Bond.

Betting company William Hill's favorites include Tom Hardy, Regé-Jean Page, James Norton, Luke Evans, Idris Elba and Henry Cavill.