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IS TOM HARDY REPLACING DANIEL CRAIG AS JAMES BOND AFTER NO TIME TO DIE?

Tom Hardy has now been making headlines as he is reported to star as the next James Bond. He is said to be replacing Daniel Craig as the new James Bond. Read.

Tom Hardy has now been making headlines as he is reported to star as the next James Bond. According to The Vulcan Reporter, Hardy is said to replace Craig after he steps down from his role as James Bond in the latest installment, No Time To Die.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It has also reported that Hardy had been offered the iconic part after an audition in June. The report further added that an official announcement of Tom Hardy’s role was to be announced in November. However, Hardy has now spoken on speculation about him playing Bond.

During an interview with The Daily Beast, Tom was asked if he would be the next James Bond. To this, the actor revealed that if he mentions it, it’s gone. He added that there is a saying in the fraternity of acting that if anyone talks about it then they are automatically out of the race. Hence, he cannot comment on the question.

About Hardy

Tom Hardy has been a part of the movie industry for over twenty years. During his career, Tom has created a massive fan base for himself by experimenting with his looks in every other film. The actor made his debut in 2001 with Black Hawk Down. Then he went on to star in films and shows like Inception, Mad Max Fury Road, Peaky Blinders, and more.

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About No Time To Die

Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, No Time To Die stars Daniel Craig, Ana de Armas, Jeffrey Wright, and Ralph Fiennes. The film was delayed due to the pandemic. Although the release of the film was pushed, director Fukunaga recently told Empire Magazine that he did not use the extra time to change the script. The film will be released in the United Kingdom on November 12 and in the United States on November 20.

 

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