He's not done with 007 just yet
The official release date for the new James Bond film has been confirmed.
The next installment of 007 will be released in US cinemas on 8 November 2019.
But British fans can expect to see the film first - as it will be released in the UK first.
"James Bond will return to US cinemas on November 8, 2019 with a traditional earlier release in the UK and the rest of the world," the official James Bond twitter account confirmed.
He may not be done with 007 just yet (Image: PA)
Meanwhile, Daniel Craig is reportedly coming back for one more James Bond film.
After Spectre, rumours began to swirl that the blond hunk was stepping down from the role and that movie bosses were holding auditions for his replacement.
But now, it's said that Daniel will return for one more outing as secret agent 007 .
And what's more, Cara Delevingne will be by his side as the newest Bond Girl.
Ross King broke the news on today's Lorraine, saying: "The word is that they're chasing her for the new Bond movie."
Is Daniel coming back for one more Bond film? (Image: PA)
He added: "Daniel Craig's got one more."
Mirror Online has contacted both Daniel and Cara's representatives for comment, but is yet to receive a response.
Daniel is rumoured on IMDB to be taking on the role though.
In his list of credits, the as yet unnamed 'Bond 25' is there, with him down for the part of James Bond.
Bond bosses reportedly want Cara (Image: AFP)
She stars in Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets
There's no release date listed for the film, but it comes underneath his upcoming roles in TV series Purity and movies Kings and Logan Lucky, which are all set to be released this year.
Model-turned-actress Cara does not have the Bond flick listed in her upcoming credits at all.
The star has three upcoming movies this year, Tulip Fever, Valerian and the City of the Thousand Planets, and London Fields.
She's also set to appear in Fever Heart and Life in a Year, both to be released next year.
Spectre sucked save for the opening Day of the Dead scene which employed the tracking shot technique.