"Skyfall" is the third James Bond film to star Daniel Craig as the dapper MI6 agent, and if reports from a 007 fan website are to be believed, it won't be his last.
According to MI6-HQ, Craig is set to play Bond in at least two other films. He replaced Pierce Brosnan as 007 in 2006 for "Casino Royale" and also starred in 2008's "The Quantum of Solace." Per the site, Sony also re-upped its deal to co-finance the film with MGM.
HuffPost Entertainment was told that Sony had no comment on the rumor.
UPDATED, 9/7: Deadline.com has apparently confirmed the news of Craig's extension. The original story continues below.
The highly anticipated "Skyfall" hits theaters on Nov. 9. The film received a huge promotional push during the London Olympics, with Craig even participating in a taped sketch with Queen Elizabeth during the opening ceremony.
For more on the contract rumors, head over to MI6-HQ.
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