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“James Bond” has received a release date with Daniel Craig reprising his role. Pictured. Actor attends the red carpet of the “Spectre” film Premiere at Auditorio Nacional on Nov. 02, 2015. Getty Images/Hector Vivas

James Bond will return to the big screen in two years.

On its official Twitter account, the production team behind the“James Bond” films announced the release date of the next installment. “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 tweet read.

In another post, the team also teased that they are already preparing for the filming of the upcoming movie, with special focus on the set. “This week our focus is on the famous #007 Stage, the location for some of the largest & most iconic Bond sets,” read the second tweet.

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Aside from the release date, Mirror reported that Daniel Craig will return to take on the titular role one more time. Ross King reportedly mentioned that the “Casino Royale” star will return for another Bond movie with Cara Delevingne. “The word is that they’re chasing [Delevingne] for the new Bond movie,” he said, then adding, “Daniel Craig’s got one more.”

In Craig’s IMDb page, his list of movie credits include “Bond 25,” with him playing the role of James Bond.

There were rumors that Craig was stepping down as Agent 007 after “Spectre.” This led to a number of speculations as to who will be the next actor to play the coveted role of the most popular British spy agent. According to Entertainment Tonight among the names considered for the role were Idris Elba, Charlie Hunnam and Tom Hiddleston. However, all three didn’t receive any offer for the role.

“If it was to happen it would be the will of the nation because there’s been no talks [between] me and the studio,” Elba told “Good Morning America.” The “Beasts of No Nation” star also added that he believes he is too old for the role.

Meanwhile, Hiddleston also seemed interested in taking on the role when asked about it. “I think any British actor that gets a phone call that says, ‘Would you like to play James Bond?’ There’s no more enticing question than that,” said the “Thor: Ragnarok” star. However, he confirmed after a few months that no one has contacted or approached him for the upcoming Bond movie.

Meanwhile, his co-star Chris Hemsworth believes that “Mad Max Fury” actress Charlize Theron would make a perfect lady 007. The actress was flattered when she heard about Hemsworth’s thoughts, but she said she was busy with her other flick, “Atomic Blonde,” for other film projects at the moment.

Are you happy that the next “James Bond” film has a release date? How do you feel about Craig returning to reprise his role? Drop a comment below.