Daniel Craig confirms James Bond is ‘over’ for him as he rules out return

Daniel Craig has confirmed he's definitely not returning to his James Bond role.

English actor Craig, 51, has played 007 since 2005, however he said upcoming film No Time To Die will definitely be his last.

Talking about bowing out, Craig commented: "This is going to be my last James Bond adventure. It’s over."

The star threatened to quit as the spy after 2015's Spectre.

However he was persuaded to stay on in the role by Bond producer Barbara Broccoli.

Craig admitted that was the right decision, continuing to tell Metro: "I, for one, am incredibly happy I got the chance to come back.

"We did our best and it feels like that. It’s as good as it can be."

Favourites to replace Craig include Richard Madden, Idris Elba and James Norton.

However Daniel, who is married to actress Rachel Weisz, admitted being Bond isn't easy.

Talking about breaking his leg during filming of Spectre, he said: "I had to question myself: Was I physically capable of doing (another one)?"

He also ruptured a tendon in his ankle on the set of the new film, adding: "I was like, 'Oh, f***'.

"'I've got a great surgeon who said, 'Have this operation. You’ll be ready to run in ten weeks'.

"I was back at work in two weeks, and in ten weeks was throwing myself around like an idiot again."

Craig will be joined on No Time To Die by fellow stars Rami Malek and Lashana Lynch, as Léa Seydouc, Naomi Harris and Ben Whishaw all make a return.

No Time To Die hits cinemas on April 2

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