Now that Daniel Craig has had his last run as James Bond, fans of the sage are dying to know who the next actor will be to wear the 007 mantle and it looks like we might be finding out sooner than expected.
Daniel Craig's final Bond film leapfrogged over Titanic's £80.3m and Star Wars: The Last Jedi's £82.7m over the weekend.
Not only is the globe-trotting adventure the longest 007 film ever, it’s also packed with Easter eggs, and hidden secrets that begin to emerge with repeat viewings.
Taking Spectre’s lead, the new James Bond film No Time To Die is loaded with references to the previous Daniel Craig outings, but it also recalls various old-testament Bond films.
Not only is Daniel Craig the longest serving 007, he was the first Bond to truly invest in both the internal mechanisms of the role and the external duties of film production.
Love it or hate it, Spectre walks over the graves of the previous Daniel Craig outings to bring the franchise’s original Big Bad back to life.
After some unexpected delays, Daniel Craig’s third Bond film finally arrived in 007’s golden anniversary year, but 'Skyfall' more than rose to the occasion.
The James Bond series was always known for its loose continuity until the Daniel Craig era – his second outing, 2008’s Quantum Of Solace, is the franchise’s first true sequel.
Daniel Craig brought 007 bang up-to-date with his debut as James Bond, but it was a big gamble for the world’s longest-running spy franchise.
Ahead of the release of No Time To Die, Yahoo speaks to director Cary Joji Fukunaga about Daniel Craig's swansong.
When Daniel Craig's fifth and final James Bond film was officially announced to press in 2019 it was simply codenamed 'Bond 25'.
No Time To Die, the next James Bond film, is finally coming to cinemas this month.
Scott Mitchell Rosenberg reveals how studio conflicts and box-office concerns torpedoed a 'Cowboys & Aliens' sequel on the film's 10th anniversary, and teases the franchise's potential return.
"I think what he loves about James Bond, and what everyone else does too, is the incredible, immersive escapism that the franchise provides," his daughter says.
As soon as the news was announced, there were instantly calls online for Amazon to put the much-delayed 'No Time To Die' onto Prime Video immediately.