James Bond actor Rory Kinnear has weighed in as hypothesis hots up round who the following actor to play 007 might be.
Rory has performed MI6’s chief of workers Invoice Tanner within the final 4 Bond movies, sharing the display with Daniel Craig, who formally retired from the franchise following the discharge of No Time To Die in 2021.
Within the time since No Time To Die’s launch, rumours have been rife about who Daniel’s successor as the enduring MI6 agent might be, with current stories within the media naming British actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson as a possible successor.
Throughout Friday’s version of The One Present, on which Rory was a visitor, presenter Roman Kemp pointed on the market’d been “loads of noise about Aaron Taylor-Johnson probably turning into the following 007” up to now week, and requested the Black Mirror actor for his ideas.
Nonetheless, he apparently remained unconvinced about how dependable the rumours are.
“I all the time really feel barely dangerous for the people who find themselves being highlighted, as a result of that by no means tends to be them,” Rory defined. “They’re excellent at conserving the actual particular person secret.”
He added: “I’d have an interest to see who does take over, clearly, but it surely tends to not be the frontrunner, that’s traditionally.”
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Idris Elba and Tom Hardy have each lengthy been linked with the function of 007, with George Mackay, Regé-Jean Web page and Lucien Laviscount having all being rumoured extra not too long ago.
Take a look at our round-up of all the most well-liked rumours about who the following James Bond might be right here.
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