Daniel Craig reportedly offered $150 million to reprise Bond 

Source: Esquire 

Almost a year ago the James Bind film ‘Spectre’ came out and while on the rounds for the film Daniel Craig stated he was done with the character. A few months ago the rumor was that Sony had offered Craig $99 million to play the British spy. And now, word is out that they are offering him $150 million to play Bond in two films. 

Mind you, I believe he has one more film left in his contract and I wonder if it would be worth it to have Craig come back. I think he’s been the best Bond, but he seemingly mailed it in during ‘Spectre’ and I would hate to see another film with someone that really doesn’t want to be there when there is a chance to have someone new. Just my two cents.

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