It looks like 007 might have had a change of heart!
Daniel Craig has been pretty blunt recently about his hesitation to star in another Bond film after the latest installment Spectre.
Earlier this month, the 47-year-old said he'd rather "slash my wrists" than play the British spy again!
But during an interview on Friday night's The Graham Norton Show, the franchise star hinted that he could possibly be coerced to suit up as 007 for a fifth time!
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Appearing alongside his Spectre co-stars Naomie Harris and Christoph Waltz, along with Writing's On The Wall singer Sam Smith, the actor revealed that a healthy paycheck would NOT be the deciding factor for his return!
'I'll genuinely say that I have never done any job for the money. I can't think about another one right at the moment because we have literally just finished this one. Now all I care about it getting the film in front of an audience. But, we'll see."
…So, you're telling us there's a chance?!
Craig then admitted he has no interest in keeping up with the rumors about the potential actors who would take over the role of the famous spy once he does exit the franchise.
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And while his main priority is promoting Spectre, the star did admit that the fact that he's "very, very, very well treated" as Bond could definitely sway his decision to reprise the role once again!
Hmmm… sounds like he's singing a slightly different tune than before. Or maybe he's just tired of bad press!
Do YOU think the actor will play 007 again after Spectre?
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