Daniel Craig ended his run as James Bond with No Time to Die, but many exciting projects await in his future. If you’re wondering what he’s up to these days, here’s where you can see him next, now that the days of playing Agent 007 are long behind him.
Craig’s first post-James Bond role won’t see him starring in another big blockbuster—he’ll be heading to Broadway instead. He’s been cast as the lead in a new adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth opposite Ruth Negga, set to open at the Lyceum Theatre this spring.
Craig doesn’t have to worry about looking for another lucrative franchise after his final James Bond movie because he already found one. He found huge success with the murder mystery Knives Out, and he’s set to reprise the role of detective Benoit Blanc in two more sequels, earning a reported $100 million.
The role in Knives Out will keep Craig pretty busy, but he has several more projects lined up. He’s gearing up to star in The Creed of Violence, a crime drama set during the Mexican Revolution, to be directed by the Oscar-nominated filmmaker Todd Field.