Daniel Craig has held the role of James Bond for 14 years now, but it's all going to come to an end following the release of No Time to Die.
There were rumors that Craig would step down as 007 after Spectre hit the big screens in 2015, but the 51-year-old actor decided to come back for one last film. And Craig really means it when he says he's not going to sign up for a sixth Bond movie.
Craig made an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (h/t the Daily Express), and when discussing the topic, the longest-tenured Bond actor in history once again emphasized that this is the end of his illustrious journey as the popular British spy.
"Yes. It’s done," Craig said, while adding he'll have "Just Guinness" since he doesn't have to maintain a detailed and focused diet plan.
Since this marks the conclusion of Craig's tenure as Bond, some are wondering if his character will get killed off. For what it's worth, director Cary Joji Fukunaga shot three separate endings for No Time to Die.
With Craig stepping down, it's anybody's guess who will take over as the next James Bond. There is speculation that a woman will be cast as the next 007, while names like Richard Madden, Tom Hardy and Idris Elba have also been mentioned.
We'll find out soon enough who winds up replacing Craig following an incredible 14-year run as 007. For now, all eyes are set on No Time to Die, which will mark the milestone 25th film in the Bond franchis. It'll certainly mark an emotional time in the cinema history as Craig prepares to pass down the role to someone else.