Next James Bond UK poll unveils Britain’s choice for the new 007 | Films | Entertainment
It’s been over two years since the release of No Time To Die and fans are forever debating who should be the next James Bond.
N. Pealwhose clothes can be seen in the latest film Daniel Craig 007, polled 2000 Brits to find out who we think should take on the next License to Kill.
Of the established A-list actors, Tom Hardy came out on top with 37 percent of the vote, Idris Elba just behind him on 31 percent, followed by Henry Cavill (21 percent), Cillian Murphy (18 percent) that. and Tom Holland (12 percent).
Meanwhile, among the rising stars, James Norton was the public’s favorite with 31 per cent of the vote, followed by Richard Madden (25 per cent), bookies frontman Aaron Taylor-Johnson (20 per cent), Henry Golding (15 per cent). ) and Regé-Jean Page (13 percent).
Given that James Norton is still in his thirties, an age range favored by Bond producer Michael G Wilson and 47 percent of the British public, he probably has a better chance than Hardy.
Meanwhile, only 12 per cent of Brits want Bond in their twenties and 22 per cent want him in his forties.
For a female Bond, 44 percent of the UK said they would be “dissatisfied” with such a casting choice, 28 percent “very satisfied” and only 23 percent “satisfied” with it. Well, don’t worry because Bond producer Barbara Broccoli has put an end to gender swapping.
As for what kind of feel the Bond reboot should have, 62 percent said they want to continue the serious and emotional tone of the Craig era.
This was compared to 38 percent who wanted to feel lighter like Roger Moore.
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