Wednesday, 7 September 2016

James Bond 'Daniel Craig' offered a mouth watery fee to shoot two more Bond movies

James Bond star Daniel Craig who has played the role since 2006 has reportedly been offered a staggering $150million to shoot two more James Bond movies. 

Daniel, 48 years is yet to confirm to confirm if he will still play the role or not.

Radar Online gathered from various sources  that Sony bosses are desperate to keep Daniel in the picture for a further two films, in order to 'phase in a younger long-term successor'. 

Murmurs have been circulating Hollywood for some time suggesting Daniel's replacement is imminent, with many insiders tipping the likes of Idris Elba or Tom Hiddleston to nab the iconic role. 

Yet insiders claim Sony are determined to keep the first blond Bond in the role following his four turns as the spy in Casino Royale (2006), Quantum of Solace (2008), Skyfall (2012) and Spectre (2015). 

Bosses are so pleased with his 'genius' take on Bond that they are desperate to keep him in the role: 'Everyone knows how much executives adore him, and the idea of losing him at such a crucial time in the franchise isn’t an option as far as all the studio honchos are concerned.

'Daniel’s the key for a seamless, safe transition as far as Sony and Bond bosses are concerned, and they’re prepared to pay a king’s ransom to make it happen.'

The whopping sum is said to be an incentive to lure Daniel back to the role for a further two movies: 'Then they will shoot two more films, which will be made virtually back-to-back.'

In May  MailOnline reported that Daniel has thrown in the towel despite cash offerings .Contacts have been made to his camp for comments.


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