Daniel Craig Might Reprise His Role As Mr. Bond After ‘Spectre’ Crushes The Box Office

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The latest James Bond film “Spectre” crushed the weekend box office to the tune of $73 million.

The opening for “Spectre” is the second largest opening in James Bond history, only second to the $88 million that “Skyfall” got for its opening, according to UPROXX.

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It is very likely that the latest installment in the Bond franchise could go as high as $250 million, Screen Crush reported.

Daniel Craig, who previously seemed very hesitant to return for another James Bond film, seems to be changing his tune.

After once saying he’d rather commit suicide than return, Craig now sounds like he’s softening up his stance telling the Today Show, “If you’re 200 yards from the end of a marathon, and someone comes running up to you and says, ‘Are you going to run another marathon?’ there’s two words you use, and not on a morning show.” (RELATED: Think Daniel Craig Loves Playing James Bond? This Might Change Your Mind)

Craig also added, “So that’s really what that was about. And I’ve had massive amounts of fun making this film. Probably more fun on this film than I have on all the others put together.”

Bond producer Michael G. Wilson told the Mirror, “We think we’ve got him but we don’t have a contract.”

It looks like only time will tell whether or not Daniel Craig will reprise his famous lead role as Bond.

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