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Daniel Craig Has No 'Game Plan' For His Post-James Bond Career
By MATTHEW BILODEAU
The mantle of James Bond, which Dianel Craig had held since 2006 with "Casino Royale," is open to go to someone else, but that only gives the "Knives Out" actor more of an opportunity to branch out even further. However, what’s in store for Craig post-James Bond is up in the air and it’s partly due to his versatility as an actor.
Craig's versatility as an actor has single-handedly shielded him from befalling the fate of being typecast as 007. However, Craig revealed that the diversity in his post-007 projects like "Glass Onion" has nothing to do with thinking ahead career-wise: "This isn't post-Bond for me. I don't have a game plan. The things that happen in my life professionally, the decisions I make about them are gut, mainly."
Franchise work is the closest thing to job security in this industry, but thankfully Craig kept himself busy in between his 007 obligations. Craig appeared in "Defiance," "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" between "Quantum of Solace" and "Skyfall," and following "Spectre," he had one of his best performances of his career as the erratic Joe Bang in "Logan Lucky."