Who will be the next James Bond?
Daniel Craig was the last person to step into 007''s shoes, but his time as Ian Fleming''s globetrotting super-spy has passed, as was his fifth and final film in the franchise.
Fans have been attempting to guess who the next Bond might be for years now, since Craig confirmed that he would not reprise his studio for a sixth film. Plus, if you''ve seen it, you''ll know it''s almost impossible for him to make a comeback now.
According to a new study, rumors about Daniel Craig might be stepping into his shoes as MI6''s latest and greatest spy. There are also certain requirements for the next actor in order to keep the next Bond in place for several films. According to these new restrictions, the next Bond must be under 40 and over 5 feet 10.
If these standards are in place, many of the actors who were thought to be frontrunners like Idris Elba and Henry Cavill will not have the same chances of becoming the next Bond.
According to a Variety article, Barbara Broccoli said that Idris Elba had decided to take over the position of bond manager. "Do I really want that thing, then I''m going to have a couple of years off." With fellow 007 producer Michael G. Wilson, the reaction was overwhelmingly positive. "And he was in his early 30s when we first made it."
Ten stars who could be our next James Bond
According to a new tab, Idris Elba might return to the running to be the next James Bond once the report was published in January (opens in new tab) that he was "part of the conversation."
According to their source, discussions about Idris Elba have resumed when he was ranked high in some secret market research. "Talks about him playing the lead have started again," they said. Producers realized how popular he would be following these findings.
He was ranked as a leader among the wide spectrum of movie lovers invited to participate in the event. They didn''t want him to be a villain they wanted him to become a hero.
In August, a source claimed that Idris ''wants to create something for himself'' (via Metro), rather than take on the Bond mantle. The Variety article we mentioned earlier also claimed that he didn''t see Bond when he looked in the mirror.
Idris Elba will continue to appear in a variety of projects, including the film and the upcoming Apple TV Plus series Hijack. He was last seen in George Miller''s fantasy film and as the grizzled hero of the survival flick, too.
Rege-Jean Page is arguably the most famous for playing Hastings in a row, but he isn''t only limited to period dramas.
Although Page has outplayed rumors (opens in a new tab) that he would not play the next James Bond in the past, he''s still one of the most respected players to play the role after Daniel Craig.
Page''s upcoming projects might well be a great test to see if he will be the next James Bond. He''ll follow in the footsteps of Sir Roger Moore, who plays Simon Templar in a new video game, according to the New York Times.
XXIII-year-old Chris Evans, guest star Ana de Armas, and Ryan Gosling have joined him in a Netflix series from Noah Hawley, which saw Court Gentry (Gosling) being hunted down by his former colleagues after being betrayed by his own agency.
Tom Hardy has always been one of the frontrunners to play Bond next, and it''s easy to see why he might be an obvious choice.
After appearing in the likes ofand, he''s no stranger to filming action set-pieces, and it''s easy to spot him picking up where Craig was left off.
With Craig''s life coming to an end, it''s probable that the 007 producers will try and shake up the franchise a bit later than Tom did in the first place. He is a versatile character, so he might be a great choice if they want a darker, crispy tone in the next film.
Henry Cavill is currently the most recognizable player in the DC Universe, such as Superman or Geralt.
He was a key player in where he teamed with legendary action star Tom Cruise as operative of the SAC, August Walker. He also appeared in Guy Ritchie''smovie, and is expected to star in Matthew Vaughn''s next ensemble spy film,.
He is certain that he can stay in the Bond franchise if he can. He regularly shares how much he would love to be involved in the Bond franchise as a hero or villain, and he even auditioned for the role before it was given to Daniel Craig! Perhaps it''s time for Henry to shine...
Aidan Turner, a heartthrob, is another popular choice for the next James Bond. He is well known for his lead role in the BBC period drama, but he''s also well known for his role as Kili, one of the dwarves in Peter Jackson''s trilogy.
Turner is a few years younger than some of his competitors, which might make him a popular choice as Bond bosses anticipate another actor to stay with one of cinema''s longest-running franchises for several films.
In April, Turner scored a significant increase in bookmarker''s rankings, and he''s due to be back on our screens again in a new thriller from the team behind.
Suranne Jones would be the perfect fit for the role if James Bond goes the way of and the team chooses a female Bond next. She has been a bookies'' favorite to be the first female Bond in the past, and a quick look across her work explains why.
In the BBC drama, the former star slammed British viewers. Despite these shows, she''s also performed as DCI Amy Silva in the tense, twisty police drama, which makes her a solid choice for a female Bond.
Suranne Jones has demonstrated that she thrives in turbulent situations. Amy Silva''s investigation in in sand thrown Suranne Jones'' character into conflict with the British Security Service... Maybe she''d be equally comfortable working alongside them at MI6?
Because she is a strong player, Lashana Lynch has already had a chance to demonstrate her potential as the next Bond.
Lashana Lynch was revealed to be taking on the 007 designation ahead of the film''s release date in November 2020, making her the first female and first Black actor to have the iconic codename. Nomi was honored sometime after Bond returned with Madeleine Swann (Lea Seydoux) following the events of and went into retirement.
While we still don''t know if a female Bond might be on the cards, Lashana Lynch''s appearance as the new 007 in makes her a strong candidate for Craig''s replacement.
As the next James Bond arrives, you might not believe that a star would be brought up for consideration, but Christopher Nolan''s latest novel has shown that Robert Pattinson would be right at home in a Bond film.
Pattinson and his co-star John David Washington were required to undergo firearms training during production, and Pattinson did a lot of stunt driving to ensure that his character, CIA handler Neil, could come to life. He''ll only have to swap the vodka tonics Neil drank for vodka martinis!
As he took on the lead role for Matt Reeves'', Patattinson is an extremely versatile actor (and is back on board for a sequel). His turn to blockbuster action-packed films might well have increased his chances of becoming the next James Bond.
In the gripping BBC drama, Richard Madden is believed to have been running for the next James Bond ever since he impressed as police Sergeant David Budd.
Elsewhere, the Scottish actor is best known for playing Robb Stark in a just figurecruelly betrayed along with his with at the infamous "Red Wedding."
Richard Madden''s upcoming role in an Amazon Studios spy thriller is a great training ground for his next James Bond.
Sam Heughan, a Scottish actor, is another popular choice for the next James Bond. Sam is best known for portraying Jamie Fraser in, but the actor has also claimed that he is extremely interested in being the next 007.
In comedy, Sam''s more recent filmography expresses the desire for action, as he has not just played a troll of the Highland warrior. He led as SAS operative Tom Buckingham in 2020, and he played a former Navy SEAL in the Vin Diesel-led arc.
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