Marvel star as the new James Bond: Former 007 actor comments on the rumor

Daniel Craig took part in a 45-minute video interview with film journalist Josh Horowitz to talk about his latest Netflix film “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” and some past projects. The subject of James Bond was also discussed. After 16 years as the iconic secret agent, Craig resigned with No Time To Die. Josh Horowitz asked the 54-year-old actor if he heard the rumor that Aaron Taylor-Johnson was set to be his successor. Craig then replied:

“I don’t really pay any attention to it. It’s just a lot of noise. I don’t really go online, I don’t have a social media account or whatever you call it. It is what it is.”

Josh Horowitz then asked if Daniel Craig was excited to see the next Bond on screen. The former 007 cast member’s response was:

“Yes of course. I will be at the forefront.”

If you feel like watching the previous Bond films again, you can get the James Bond Collection on DVD or Blu-ray from Amazon. If you also want to know which actors are or were rumored to be in the running for the role of 007.

Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s upcoming projects
Aaron Taylor-Johnson should be familiar to many viewers from The Return of the First Avenger and Avengers: Age of Ultron, where he starred as Quicksilver. But in the future we will no longer see him as Pietro Maximoff in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), but as Kraven the Hunter in the film of the same name for the Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters (SPUMC).

Most recently, the 32-year-old Hollywood star starred in the action film Bullet Train, directed by David Leitch, which you can currently rent from Amazon Prime Video at a bargain price. In addition, the two filmmakers are currently working on another action film called “The Fall Guy”, which is due to be released in cinemas in 2024. Also currently in pre-production is the biopic Rothko, in which Aaron’s wife Sam Taylor-Johnson gathers her husband in front of the camera along with Russell Crowe, Jared Harris and Michael Stuhlbarg.

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