November 29, 2007 09:53:46 GMT
Contrary to MGM honcho Harry Sloan's previous statement, the actor said he has not signed up yet for the future installments after "Bond 22."
Shocking statement has come from Daniel Craig concerning his involvement in future installments of 007 film series.
In contrast to the previous announcement made by MGM exec Harry Sloan informing him to have signed to do four more James Bond flicks, the British actor insisted that he has not struck any deals yet for the job after "Bond 22."
"...I haven't signed up," the man stated during the world premiere of his latest vehicle "The Golden Compass" on Tuesday, November 27, 2007. "What I've done is I've signed up on the next movie [Bond 22], after that we'll see. That's the way I'm doing it, and certainly it's not four more - that's the truth. It's certainly not four more."
Whether there is a miscommunication between Craig and Sloan, that still remains as a question for now. Keep sticking to AceShowbiz for any further tidbits about Craig's status in the long-running franchise.