Daniel Craig, whose latest James Bond film 'Skyfall' made a killing at the box office with 1.1 billion box office earning, has signed up to do two more films with the successful franchise.
Movie studio MGM said on Tuesday that it expects to release the next Bond flick within the next three years, and is hoping to announce a new director after Sam Mendes decided not to helm the new project, the New York Daily News reported.
In a conference call with investors, MGM Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Gary Barber said that the studio was developing the screenplay for the 24th Bond movie.
Barber gave no additional details about the cast of the film. (ANI)