In somewhat unsurprising news, Daniel Craig has been teased backed into returning as James Bond after being offered a reported $150 million. Craig is still yet to sign a deal, but had previously said he would rather "slash his wrists" than play 007 ever again.

Craig had made his feelings clear regarding Bond during a press tour for Spectre, labeling the agent a misogynist as well stating his reluctance to return.

These feelings may well have changed in the wake of Craig reportedly being offered a whopping $150 million for two more 007 films. In a recent interview, Craig hinted at returning, saying he would “miss the role terribly” if he had seen the last of the franchise. What a difference a year and the opportunity of a ton of money makes, huh?

This news might come as a blow to fans hoping to see a change of direction in future films. Idris Elba, Gillian Anderson, Tom Hiddleston and Aiden Turner had all been rumored to fill Craig's shoes.

Whatever happens now, we know for sure that Skyfall and Spectre director Sam Mendes won’t be returning — a delight to those of us who thought the last two films were complete snoozefests.

In other news, Netflix is streaming 31 movies from IMDb’s top 250, watch them now before they’re gone.

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