Appears like Sony will go to all lengths for keep Daniel Craig to continue assuming the Bond part.
As indicated by sources, the channel is tossing millions at the Skyfall performing artist to keep him on board as the arrangement's principle character, reported the Independent.
The reports further recommend that administrators have offered the on-screen character $150 million to play Bond in two more element movies.
There is no confirmation of whether the 48-year-old on-screen character has acknowledged the offer. In a prior meeting he said, "I'd rather cut my wrists" than play Bond again in spite of being paid a reputed $65 million for the film.
In any case, a source said that the offer has played to Mr Craig's preference.
"[He] has played a virtuoso hand. Everybody knows the amount of officials revere him, and losing him at such a critical time in the establishment isn't a choice to the extent all the studio honchos are concerned," the source said.
The performer is at present taping Steven Soderbergh's film Logan Lucky, nearby Channing Tatum and Adam Driver.
In any case, names like Tom Hughes, Idris Elba, Tom Hiddleston and Aidan Turner have been coming up to be the new leader to get the 'permit to execute'.