There are a few clear candidates in the hot race to succeed James Bond. But someone has now denied these rumors.
With nearly $775 million in sales worldwide, Daniel Craig’s farewell performance as Her Majesty’s Agent in James Bond 007 – No Time to Die has taken the Tails Arena, particularly in light of the Corona situation at press time, but he He remained steady. Expectations below. It was reported that production studio MGM lost about $100 million. Craig’s last appearance as James Bond, at least cinematically, was the culmination of his 007 era, which began in 2006 with “James Bond 007 – Casino Royale.”
Currently, producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson are eagerly searching for his successor. He must be male and British; These are the only requirements. In practice, he must also be less than 40 years old and, if possible, have no other long-term commitments. Because that’s the only way a true Bond star can be made out of an actor over the years.
It is not yet known when the caliph will be presented to the public. The only sure thing is that he should be ready this year. Meanwhile, the betting shops are very exciting and there are some candidates that are being traded as possible successors. There will be shooting stars Regé-Jean Page and Sam Heughan, then stars like Tom Hardy, Idris Elba and Henry Cavill, but also actors who hardly anyone has on their radar like Jamie Bell.
The latter has now commented on this in an interview with SiriusXM. He denied – of course – that he could ever be considered:
“Let me save you and your listeners some money. It’s not going to happen. Because I can tell you how it all started. So I made a movie with Annette Bening a few years ago called ‘Movie Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool.’ Probably only a few people have seen it.” However, the producer of this movie, Barbara Broccoli, is also the producer of the Bond movies. So I guess it’s just because of that connection, and because I’m English, it all started. I think that’s where I started. So save your money and put it on someone else” .
We already know who you can bet on instead: the candidates in our video.
‘James Bond 26’: Did Jimmy Bell deceive fans with his statement?
Jimmy Bell has yet to comment on rumors that he might be a possible successor. But even Bond expert Dr. Ian Keenan of the International Journal of James Bond Studies described him as the actor most likely to land the role. At 36, Bell would be the perfect age, and while he’s an established and talented actor, he’s not a huge star.
However, it must be said that at a height of 1.70 meters, it is not necessarily the size that James Bond has in the novels (1.83 meters). On the other hand, Daniel Craig is considered the “youngest” Bond actor to date with a length of 1.78 meters. And if Tom Cruise (1.70 metres) proves one thing with the “Mission: Impossible” series, it’s that a super agent doesn’t have to be tall.
It is also conceivable that Bell simply wants to distract himself in order to increase potential surprise, but also to be able to negotiate peacefully. Just like Andrew Garfield, who vehemently denied his involvement in “Spider-Man: No Way Home” for months. It went so far as to sound like a parody. In the end he was there and it was later revealed that he enjoyed fooling the fans. Maybe, maybe, it’s also just Bill’s strategy.
It doesn’t matter if Bill, Cavill or Elba will win the race: This test is all about the veteran Bond actors:
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