Speculation abounds as to who will succeed Daniel Craig as the infamous Agent 007. Some hope for a new face to reflect our times, while others advocate maintaining a proven recipe. Who will be the lucky one?
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Here are 10 more candidates in the running to play James Bond:
The Poldark star is one of the gamblers’ favorites for the role of James Bond. However, the main stakeholder, who is 38 years old, does not let the rumor run wild. “For now, it’s another person who takes on the role. When the time is right, I’ll think about it,” he told the… Daily mail†
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Very popular on social networks, the spider-man interpreter could help make Agent 007 popular among 18- to 34-year-olds. “Ultimately, as a young, movie-loving Brit, I would love to be James Bond,” the 25-year-old admitted. variety† “The suit suits me very well!” Also, Holland was approached to play a young James Bond in a project that failed.
The counter is ticking for the British star who, at age 49, still dreams of playing a secret agent. “James Bond is a much-loved, iconic and much-coveted character who allows audiences to get away from it all. Obviously if someone asked me if I wanted to play James Bond, I would accept. But it’s not something I have in mind,” the actor told the magazine. Vanity Fair†
The 34-year-old London star caused a stir in the first season of the Bridgerton series. It was enough for the rumor mill to get carried away: What if Page became the next James Bond? “Ah, the infamous B-word…I’m glad people have thought of me, but the idea of making plans at this point in history seems a little hilarious to me,” he told The Daily Mail. the mirror†
The 39-year-old actor came close to succeeding Pierce Brosnan in Casino Royale, but the young age he was then – 23 – hurt him. “Time will tell,” he said on the pages of the… Sunday Times† We don’t know where they want to take Bond, so I’m happy to say anything is possible.” Cavill is one of four serious candidates revealed by Variety on April 30.
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Accustomed to the first roles, the sulky pout British actor is one of the favorites of moviegoers to succeed Daniel Craig. The 44-year-old star has also received the unexpected support of a former secret agent’s interpreter. “I think Tom Hardy would make a good James Bond. It takes an actor who can make things happen. That makes a real Bond!” Pierce Brosnan told the Daily mail†
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After playing the heartbreakers in Twilight and flirted with independent cinema, the Batman portrayer is now one of the big names in Hollywood…and the candidates to succeed Craig. Christopher Nolan, with whom the 35-year-old actor collaborated on the film basic principleis also one of the filmmakers in the running to shoot the next Agent 007 movie.
Fassbender seems tailor-made for a secret agent role. His portrayal of Lt. Archibald Hicox in the 2009 film Inglourious Basterds made him a top contender in the eyes of moviegoers. However, the 45-year-old actor says he is not very interested in the role of Agent 007. In 2016, he even publicly wanted the producers to turn to a younger artist…
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Like Sean Connery, unforgettable as Bond, the 42-year-old actor is Scottish. Spotlighted thanks to the series foreigner, he is one of the favorites to play secret agents. “I think any actor would be lying if he said he’s not interested in the part. And it’s time to have Scottish Bond again,” he told STV News.
The magazine was published on April 30 variety named this 24-year-old Australian actor among the favorites to replace Daniel Craig. Revealed by the HBO series EuphoriaHowever, the young man is likely to be disadvantaged by his age. The youngest James Bond artist in history, George Lazenby, was 30 when the film came out About Her Majesty’s Secret Service in 1969.
A decision that will take time
The franchise producer James BondBarbara Broccoli, is not about to rush things. Indeed, she told the magazine variety that the name of the lucky one would be announced in due course. “It is an important decision. It will take a while. The question is not just to give the role to someone. It’s also a reflection on the direction we want to take.”
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