After speculation that he is considering another outing as James Bond, Daniel Craig has once again insisted that the upcoming No Time To Die will definitely be his final James Bond film.

The new Bond movie, Craig's fifth, was due in cinemas in early April but has been pushed back to November over concerns about the Coronavirus.

However, appearing as host on Saturday Night Live, the actor confirmed that No Time to Die would be his final 007 film.

He also referenced Fleabag creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge in his opening monologue, after she was drafted in to help with the film's script.

"This next James Bond film is going to be my last," Craig said. "But it’s going to be one of the best. Because we got Phoebe Waller-Bridge from Fleabag come to help with some of the dialogue.

"It’s not going to be that different. Every so often I will turn to the camera and I will say, 'the name’s Bond, James Bond. Is it bad that I fancy the Pope?'"

Craig also appeared in the show’s final sketch, which was a nod to Bond’s love of gambling.

Another sketch saw Craig taking advice from an eccentric vocal coach while preparing for his role as a detective with a southern drawl in acclaimed whodunit Knives Out.

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