Idris Elba Fuels James Bond Speculation With Playful Tweet


Idris Elba has posted a cryptic tweet, fuelling speculation he could be the next James Bond.

After old rumors that actor Idris Elba will be the next James Bond gained new life earlier this week, the man himself has responded on social media to apparently dismiss them.

Elba has always been rumoured to be in the running to take over the role of 007.

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The son of a vehicle factory worker from east London, he is now one of Hollywood's most sought-after stars.

Elba, 45, is best known for his work on the television dramas Luther and The Wire, as well as in the films Molly's Game, The Jungle Book, Thor, Pacific Rim, Zootopia and Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.

The story was swiftly followed up by news outlets around the world, despite Fuqua's agent insisting that the conversation with Broccoli about the future of the Bond franchise never took place and is all "made-up stuff".

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In a report from the United Kingdom publication The Daily Star, director Antoine Fuqua says that Broccoli believes it is time to diversify the role and that if it does not happen now, "it will happen eventually".

However, The Hollywood Reporter contacted a representative for Fuqua who denied the report was true.

Production on the 25th Bond film, led by Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle, will begin in December.

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It is expected to be Craig's final outing as 007, having previously starred in "Casino Royale", "Quantum of Solace", "Skyfall" and "Spectre".