Actor Daniel Craig has dismissed reports of a possible two-part James Bond movie after Skyfall, insisting there is no way a Bond film could be divided into two parts.
The 44-year-old has played 007 in the last three installments of the British spy film franchise, reported Ace Showbiz.
“No, I don’t know where that’s come from. It’s impossible to do a two parter, I heard that someone was talking about that we’re doing a two parter, but that’s the first I’ve heard about it.
“We can only do them one at a time, they take six months to shoot. You can’t write one movie thinking about the next. All we’re trying to do is get the next one sorted out and it’ll stand on its own and if I’m able I’ll do another one after that,” he said.
Rumors that “Bond 24” and “Bond 25” would present a storyline that crosses in two successive films first sparked when writer John Logan was confirmed to work on two more Bond films.
The twenty-fourth installment will likely begin filming in Pinewood Studios in 2013, and the film itself is projected for a fall 2014 release. As for the twenty-fifth one, the tentative release date has yet to be unveiled.