For the past two years, the biggest question for fans around the world has been who will be the next James Bond. Ever since Daniel Craig decided to step down following the release of No Time To Die, the world has been curious to know what the makers are planning for the franchise and who will be the next face. It turns out that the casting process has now begun, and the casting director has now revealed a few details about the process, quashing any chances of Spider-Man star Tom Holland becoming the next 007 prodigy.
For those unaware, the makers of James Bond have been in the limelight for not knowing who hires Daniel Craig. Names in contention have been Henry Cavill, Tom Holland and the latest and strongest contenders Aaron Taylor-Johnson, But it looks like the latest update has dented Hollande’s chances.
It turns out, after tons of rumors and speculation, casting director Debbie McWilliams has now decided to speak out about the process. He has confirmed that they have begun the casting process and that the next James Bond will not be a young actor, especially one under 30.
According to Radiotimes, Debbie McWilliams has revealed that the next James Bond will be an actor in his 30s and no younger. She revealed how when casting Daniel Craig in 2006 casino Royale He tested some young actors, but things didn’t work out.
Debbie, who has been associated with the James Bond series since 1981, said, ‘When we started it was a slightly different feeling. We saw a lot of young actors. And I don’t think they had the pride, they didn’t have the experience, they didn’t have the mental capacity to take it on, because it’s not just a part they’re taking on, it’s a huge responsibility. So we scrapped that idea and went back to the drawing board and started again.
So technically the only contender who is under 30 is Tom Holland, who is 26 now. This means that there is no chance that the Spider-Man star will take over the job of James Bond. Stay tuned to Koimoi for more details.