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No, Aaron Taylor-Johnson hasn't been offered the role of James Bond yet – Monomaxos

No, Aaron Taylor-Johnson hasn't been offered the role of James Bond yet

 – Monomaxos

If you're waiting in line to play James Bond, stay in line. Despite reports to the contrary Aaron Taylor Johnson The highly coveted gig was not offered as a replacement Daniel Craig as 007. At least not yet

The following Tuesday the rumor mill began to simmer a report from The sun claimed that the Express train The actor has been “officially offered” the role of James Bond and will “sign a contract this week.” A source reportedly told the British newspaper that “Bond is Aaron's job if he wants to take it.” It. The formal offer is on the table and they are waiting to hear back.”

However, Lute! News, that is not completly correct. Lute! says a knowledgeable source that Taylor-Johnson was not offered the Bond role. While there may not be an official offer on the table, E! teases that “the opportunity could soon be in front of Aaron,” reports the Bond producer Barbara Broccoli has previously hinted that filming on the next era of the Bond franchise is expected to begin sometime this year

“We're thinking about where to go with him,” Broccoli said, referring to Bond, in a private meeting BFI event in 2022. “It's a reinvention of Bond.” We're reinventing him, and that takes time. I would say filming will take at least another two years.”

Craig took on the iconic role of Pierce Brosnan with 2006 Casino Royale. He played Bond in five films, most recently in 2021 No time to die– same movie where Lashana Lynch wrote history as the first black woman to inherit the title of 007, even though her character wasn't technically the new James Bond. In 2022, Broccoli and her half-brother produce partner Michael G Wilson told diversity that they were still in the “early stages” of finding an actor to replace Craig, someone who could lead the franchise for a decade. “If we cast Bond, it’s a 10, 12-year commitment,” Broccoli said at the time. “So he's probably thinking, 'Do I really want this thing?' Not everyone wants to do that.”

It seems like Taylor-Johnson could. In an interview for Vanity Fair's In the 2023 issue of Hollywood, Johnson addressed the Bond rumors directly, calling them “flattering” but at the same time tempering expectations. “You can have something really positive [written about you], but you can also have something really negative that can be spread,” he said. “You just want to stay on track, stay grounded, stay close to the people you love and who you love back, and stay in this world.” Because the moment you start shitting down believe what people say about you, you've lost your damn mind. You lost it.â€

The lack of concrete news about Bond's next era could be good news for some other Bond hopefuls. In the same Vanity Fair Hollywood edition, Bridgerton breaking out RegeÌ -Jean Page He also described rumors that he was being considered to play Bond as “flattering” but, like Taylor-Johnson, said he preferred to focus on the present. “It’s not something that completely occupies my mind,” he said. “I have enough to do at the moment. I'm worried about the job I have, not other people's jobs.”

Others were less secretive about their desire to step into 007's suave shoes, or lack thereof. The White Lotus star Theo James told The guard This month he called the idea of ​​playing James Bond “terrifying” and said he believes “there are better people for the job.”

“If you do this, there’s no going back,” he continued. “You’re opening Pandora’s box.” You have to be ready to live a completely different life and have a different life for your family. And that would be pretty difficult.”

Former Superman and Argyle star Henry Cavill has also surfaced in cultural conversations about possible borrowings, as has the recent Oscar winner Cillian Murphy. And then there is the eternal Bond proposal Idris Elba. In 2022, Broccoli told diversity that she hasn't spoken to Elba about the Bond opportunity for some time, but that she thinks Elba is “great.” “We love Idris,” she added. For his part, Elba has since denied rumors that he was interested in the role Wall Street Journal that he doesn’t see Bond “when he looks in the mirror.” Maybe he should invest in a new mirror



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