As per latest reports, well-known personality Daniel Craig will get a whopping amount of £50 million for his final appearance as James Bond in the upcoming 007 movies.
The flick will hit theaters during November next year (2019).
Craig will also obtain the income through advertisements and revenues in conjunction with an executive producer credit.
Earlier, the 50-year-old actor bagged a cheque of £37 million for Spectre that hit theaters in the year 2015.
If the actor will get a hefty cheque of £50 million, Craig will become the highest paid stars in the globe.
In comparison, George Lazenby earned £72,000 for a single outing, Roger Moore pocketed £17 million for his 7 flicks as the renowned secret agent.
Timothy Dalton earned around £4 million from two appearances accompanied by Pierce Brosnan making £13 million from 4 movies.
Daniel begins filming during the month of December, which is likely to last for a period of five months.
“We will begin shooting Bond 25 at Pinewood Studios in December with our partners at MGM and thrilled that Universal will be our international distributor.”
Previously, Daniel had stated that he would rather “cut his wrists” than making a comeback as Bond. However, after continuous refusals, he made his confirmation to make a comeback in the 25th Bond film.
Oscar-winner Danny Boyle, who is ready to direct the as-yet-unnamed movie, will make around £7 million.
“They’re [Bond movies] not really for me. The budgets are too big,” Boyle said in a conference with Collider during 2013. “I’m better working at a lower level of money really because I like that discipline of not having enough money to pull off whatever it is you want to pull off. So I wouldn’t be the best person to do those.”
A source in Los Angeles stated, “Daniel is raring to go out with a bang alongside Danny. They have been talking already about their visions and the practicalities once the cameras start rolling in December at Pinewood.”
“Daniel is worth every penny was given that Spectre made over $800 million and Skyfall over $1 billion before they sold DVD, streaming and TV rights.”