Spectre star, Daniel Craig, is reportedly quitting the 007 series to star in US telly series Purity.
Daniel is set to play charismatic German Andreas Wolf, who offers to help US woman Purity find her father in the series produced by Scott Rudin.
The 47-year-old actor had said he would “rather slash my wrists” than play 007 again after last year’s Spectre, which made £600million at the box office.
According to the UK Sun, when asked who he would like to be the next James Bond, he replied: “Look, I don’t give a f***. Good luck to them.”
Daniel has played the Brit spy for a decade, starring in Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Skyfall and Spectre.
Among those tipped to take on the role are Damian Lewis, 45, Tom Hardy, 38, Henry Cavill, 32, and Michael Fassbender, 38. Idris Elba, 43, has also been touted as the first black Bond.