Deep-sea movie stars Cameron Diaz and Brad Pitt have landed roles in the new James Bond film “Spectre,” according to reports.
The new film stars Daniel Craig as Bond, a man with “a thirst for knowledge” and a “skeptical, almost paranoid” view of the world, the New York Post reported Tuesday.
The movie also stars John Malkovic and Paul Bettany.
Bond and Bond 007 are the first Bond movies since 2012’s “Skyfall,” which opened with a $180 million worldwide opening.
Craig, who played the titular agent for the original film, is also set to reprise his role as James Bond in the next installment.
He is reprising the role for the first time in the film, which is set for release on Nov. 6, 2019.
Craig will also appear as the character’s boss, James “Marksman” Marksman, in the movie, which has already been confirmed for release in the U.K. and France.
“Spectrum” is directed by Craig, which was written by Christopher Nolan and Daniel Craig, and produced by the British-based studio Lionsgate.
The film is based on Daniel Craig’s memoir, “Casino Royale.”
It also stars Robert Carlyle, Emma Thompson, Anya Taylor-Joy, Daphne Carver, Sean Bean, Nicky Bell, and Olivia Colman.
Craig’s next film, “Spectres,” is slated for release this year.
“A good chunk of this movie is about me coming to terms with the fact that I’m not the best person for the job,” he told The Post in November.
“So you have to work with it.
You have to be willing to have the responsibility of taking on this job.”
The news comes after a slew of high-profile casting announcements for the upcoming Bond movie, including Michael Keaton, Tom Hiddleston, Sam Mendes, Christian Bale, and Daniel Radcliffe.
Craig has previously expressed interest in a return for the series, and is also attached to direct the upcoming James Bond sequel, “SkyFall.”