Three Different Endings Have Been Filmed For "No Time to Die" [Rumor]

There is widespread belief that No Time to Die will mark Daniel Craig’s final performance as James Bond, so it makes sense that the 51-year-old is left guessing as to what will happen to his character.

Apparently, director Cary Joji Fukunaga pieced together something special and mysterious for No Time to Die that has Craig, the other cast members and all Bond fans guessing.

According to a report from the Daily Mirror, Fukunaga shot three different endings for No Time to Die, and not even Craig himself knows which one will be used. In the report, it was added that Fukunaga hopes “to avoid the climax of the film leaking out.”

The Daily Mirror detailed that there was a scene recorded in which people had been “gassed on a dance floor,” and a source said that 007 “could be killed off.” However, this was described as “an unlikely scenario.”

Everything is up in the air right now, and nobody will know what happens until the film hits the big screens in April. Whether or not Craig’s 007 character is killed off remains to be seen.

Related: Daniel Craig Surpasses Roger Moore As Longest-Tenured Bond Actor

Over the weekend, Craig surpassed the late Roger Moore as the longest-tenured Bond actor (5,119 days), having assumed the role on Oct. 14, 2005. Here we are 14 years later, and Craig is finishing up his fifth Bond film project. Craig first portrayed 007 in Casino Royale (2006), followed by Quantom of Solace (2008), Skyfall (2015) and Spectre (2015).

Along with Craig, Naomie Harris (Moneypenny) Léa Seydoux (Dr. Madeleine Swann), Ralph Fiennes (M), Rory Kinnear (Bill Tanner) and Ben Whishaw (Q) are set to reprise their respective roles for Skyfall. Rami Malek, who portrayed Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody, will star as the main villain of No Time to Die.

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