Idris Elba Is Back in Talks to Be the Next James Bond

Idris Elba could he be the next James Bond

Idris Elba could he be the next James Bond

Idris Elba is one of many stars to be linked to the role of James Bond, as speculation continues over who will take over from Daniel Craig when he leaves the franchise. "Fuqua discussed who might be next in the running with Broccoli, who's certain the progressive move "will happen eventually", with Idris Elba a reported frontrunner for the role".

Fuqua probably isn't in any position for Broccoli to reveal any concrete information to him (especially if he blabs it all over the internet...), and it's likely that the conversation is still just a rumour, but it's also true that Elba probably would make a brilliant Bond. Elba's name first came up in 2014 during the Sony hack, when leaked emails from then studio co-chair Amy Pascal revealed Elba as everyone's favourite to replace Daniel Craig. 'Do something different with it.

There has been a bonafide grassroots movement to get Elba a role as Bond.

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The latest Bond film is scheduled to reach United Kingdom cinemas on October 25, 2019.

According to reports in The Independent, producer Barbara Broccoli has hinted the door is open for a black Agent 007 in the future. MGM will distribute the film domestically while Universal Pictures will handle worldwide distribution.

Speaking in 2015, when asked about returning to the role, Craig told the Guardian: 'Now? Production on the movie, which will land in the United States on November 8, 2019'. I'd rather ... slash my wrists. Not at all. That's fine.

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