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Daniel Craig is done with James Bond, confirms exit

The actor made the revelation during an appearance on 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert'.

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2019 was a year to remember when it came to movies in India. Bollywood upped its blockbuster game, churning out one hit after the other in 'Gully boy', 'Uri: The Surgical Strike', 'War' and 'Kabir Singh'.2020, too, promises to be an equally exciting year with some big-ticket movies in the fray.As we move closer to 2020, here's a round-up of the top films that are potential money-spinners.
2019 was a year to remember when it came to movies in India. Bollywood upped its blockbuster game, churning out one hit after the other in 'Gully boy', 'Uri: The Surgical Strike', 'War' and 'Kabir Singh'.2020, too, promises to be an equally exciting year with some big-ticket movies in the fray.As we move closer to 2020, here's a round-up of the top films that are potential money-spinners.
LOS ANGELES: British actor Daniel Craig has confirmed that 'No Time To Die' will be his last film as James Bond.

The actor made the revelation during an appearance on 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert'.

Asked by host if he was done with Bond, Craig replied "Yes. It's done."

The 51-year-old star made his first appearance as Bond in 2006's 'Casino Royale', and went on to reprise his role in 'Quantum of Solace' (2008), 'Skyfall' (2012), and 'Spectre' (2015).

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Craig also shared the reason for bringing 'Fleabag' creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge on board to work on the 'No Time to Die' script.

"I knew she was great from 'Fleabag'. But I watched 'Killing Eve', and I saw what she did with that, and I just thought it was just spectacular," he said.

'No Time To Die', directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, is scheduled to be released on April 8.

The movie also features Lea Seydoux reprising her 'Spectre' role of psychologist Dr. Madeleine Swann; Jeffrey Wright as CIA operative Felix Letter; Rory Kinnear, who portrays Tanner and Naomie Harris, who plays Moneypenny. Ben Whishaw is back as Q and Ralph Fiennes is also returning as M.

Rami Malek plays the main antagonist in the film.

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