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    Actor Idris Elba has reportedly turned down the offer to star in the next James Bond film but during a recent interview, he got candid with fellow celebrities about all the efforts to push him to take on the role. During the Friday edition of The Shop, Elba was a guest alongside Drew Barrymore and Kyrie Irving. Elba playing the legendary British spy eventually became the topic of discussion, an idea everyone in the room, aside from Elba, seemed excited about. “If it’s not you, I don’t wanna see it,” Barrymore said supportively. The Shop’s creator, Paul Rivera jumped in to say, “There’s been a ton of chatter out there that the role was offered. Not offered. You wanted it — didn’t want it. There was a conversation. Wasn’t a conversation. What can you, if anything say about it?” “Let me throw the question out to you guys,” Elba said. “If you are of the agreement that you think that I should play it, can you ask yourselves why and really answer why you think I should play it?” Barrymore was...
    James Bond is reportedly 'set to be on screen until at least 2037' as bosses 'sign new deal,' it was revealed on Sunday.  The spy franchise, which first aired in 1962, has allegedly signed with Warner Bros. in a deal which will take the spy to his 75th birthday, according to The Mirror.   Whilst this may come as good news to fans, bosses are still yet to confirm who will be cast as the infamous the MI6 agent after Idris Elba 'walked away from 007 talks.' Exciting: James Bond is 'set to be on screen until at least 2037 in new deal' it was revealed on Saturday A source said to the publication: 'Bond is sure to still be in rude health at 75. There will be no hanging up the tux and martini.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Johnny Depp rumored to be 'in talks' to make surprise... 'It didn't cross my mind that it was illegal!' Right Said... Adele 'will stay at the £30,000-per-night Nobu Villa during... Harry Styles cuts a low...
    Idris Elba is said to have walked away from 'years of talks' with movie bosses to become the next James Bond, paving the way for a new 007. Reports that the actor, 49, may not be taking over from Daniel Craig, 54, as the iconic super spy have left fans speculating over who is now favourite to take on the role. Bookmakers William Hill have now placed Henry Cavill at the forefront with 5/2, Regé Jean-Page with odds of 4/1, followed by Tom Hardy and James Norton both with 6/1 and Chiwetel Ejiofor at 7/1. 'He's been in talks for so long': This week, it was alleged Idris Elba has walked away from 'years of talks' with movie bosses to become the next James Bond (pictured in May 2022) HENRY CAVILL Henry has been on record for years indicating he's still interested in the coveted role should an opportunity arise.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'What do you do for a living? You were BORN!' Brooklyn... Victoria Beckham and her mini-me daughter Harper pose in... Makeup-free Dua Lipa shows off her slender frame in a...
    Idris Elba has become the latest star to walk away from a blockbuster movie role, with reports suggesting he has turned down the part of James Bond. The star, 49, was the bookies' favourite to replace Daniel Craig as the super spy, but is keen to pursue other roles - and has even put forward a list of proposed names to producer Barbara Broccoli of actors to play 007. A source told The Sun: 'Fans and Barbara wanted Idris but he wants to create something for himself. 'However, he's put forward names to play 007. He's 'informally' in the decision-making process as he's been in talks with producers for so long.' Idris Elba has become the latest star to walk away from a blockbuster movie role, with reports suggesting he has turned down the part of James Bond The star, 49, was the bookies' favourite to replace Daniel Craig as the super spy, but is keen to pursue other roles - and has even put forward a list of proposed names to producer Barbara Broccoli of actors to play 007...
    VIDEO4:1604:16Bonds… just, bondsETF Edge A recent trend in the exchange-traded funds market suggests bond demand is far from cooling. Corporate, government and high-yield bond ETFs saw inflows last month after lower bond prices and higher yields contributed to the deceleration of fund outflows in May. Andrew McOrmond of WallachBeth Capital, an institutional execution service provider, believes the inflows can be attributed to short-term selling or cash investors want to put to work.  "It's been people dipping their toes into the water," the managing director told CNBC's "ETF Edge" on Monday. "You're coming out of what's going to be a U-shaped recovery, I believe. It might already be if you compare it to Covid, which was a clear V [recovery]." It's a strategy that should continue to pay off for investors as they "play the recovery," according to McOrmond. However, at some point they may want to shift to equity ETFs, too. It's not just bond ETFs, it's equity ETFs too Meanwhile, equity ETFs saw somewhat flat flows despite dividend funds' increasing popularity among investors. Ben Slavin, global head of ETFs...
    More On: ana de armas Fans poke fun at Ana de Armas, Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans’ ‘Gray Man’ outfits Jennifer Lopez rushed to marry Ben Affleck before he got ‘cold feet’: source Jamie Lee Curtis thought Ana de Armas ‘just arrived’ from Cuba on ‘Knives Out’ set Ana de Armas says high-profile romance with Ben Affleck made her leave LA The name will always be Mr. Bond. Ana de Armas does not think a woman needs to play the next James Bond — but she does want Bond girls to be written as “substantial” roles. “There’s no need for a female Bond,” the actress told The Sun in an interview published Tuesday. “There shouldn’t be any need to steal someone else’s character, you know, to take over.” She continued, “This is a novel, and it leads into this James Bond world and this fantasy of that universe where he’s at.” Instead, de Armas, 34, believes women starring in future Bond films should play characters who are more rounded out and layered. “What I would like is that the female...
    IDRIS ELBA is back in the running to play James Bond and is in fresh talks to take the lead role. The popular London-born star had backed down from taking over from Daniel Craig and had instead discussed the prospect of playing a villain in the next film. 5Idris Elba is back in the running to play James Bond and is in fresh talks to take the lead roleCredit: Splash But I can reveal he is now being considered to be the next 007 after ranking highly in market research tests. A source said: “Idris has long been in talks to play a role in the next era of James Bond’s story and last year was being considered for a role as an antagonist. “However, talks surrounding him playing the lead have started again as producers realised how popular he would be after carrying out secret market research. “He ranked highly among the diverse group of movie buffs invited to participate in it. Read more on James BondTRAGIC END James Bond & Rush Hour 2 actor Kenneth Tsang dies in...
    Idris Elba has thus far been denied the chance to become the next James Bond. He also says he’s had no better luck in getting another legendary figure, Michael Jordan, to let him play him in a movie. In a recent interview with Complex’s podcast “Sneaker Shopping, the tall, charismatic Elba said he once floated the idea to Jordan about playing him in a movie. This conversation took place while Elba had a chance to chat with Jordan on one of the NBA great’s “wicked getaways to the Bahamas.” Elba was disappointed to hear the former Chicago Bulls star turn him down. Michael Jordan holds his MVP finals trophy while Phil Jackson holds the NBA championship trophy in 1998. (Phil Velasquez, Phil Velasquez / Chicago Tribune)  “I even said to him one time, ‘I want to play you,'” Elba said on the podcast. He and Jordan, by the way, are the same age. “He was like, ‘Hm, I’m not ready yet.’ That’s what he said, ‘I’m not ready yet.’ … I was dead serious.” Elba is right to think that...
    SAN FRANCISCO – Jordan Poole stood behind a TV camera Friday night and proudly watched as Kevon Looney gave a postgame interview following a career-best performance in Game 2 of the Western Conference finals that earned the Warriors center some well-deserved praise. At the end of the interview, Poole enthusiastically congratulated his “big bro Loon.” “The little kid in me is so excited, so excited,” an elated Poole said after the heartwarming interaction. “I grew up watching Loon, played against him and to see him do this on the highest stage is just amazing to be part of. “I don’t think people understand how hard it is alone just to be here, and just seeing the professional that he is, the way that he plays, his grit every single day… I’m so happy for him.” Looney and Poole are four years apart but share a special bond being from Milwaukee, a humble city known for its brews, cheese and butter burgers. The blue-collar values of their hometown have heavily influenced the way Looney and Poole carry themselves both as people...
    FORMER Chelsea boss Phil Scolari has spoken of the bond he created with Cristiano Ronaldo after his father died. Ronaldo, 37, lost his father in September 2005 and his then Portugal manager Scolari was the man who informed him of the sad news. 1Phil Scolari was also a source of comfort for Ronaldo when Portugal lost the Euro 2004 finalCredit: Reuters Scolari took on the responsibility and describes their relationship going to a new level - revealing it sparked a connection between Ronaldo and himself. He told the Daily Mail: "It was very hard. It was the moment that created a bond between us, a bond that surpasses the coach-athlete relationship. "When the news got to us, before a game against Russia, nobody knew how to tell him and nobody wanted to. "So I told them I would do it as I knew how it was to lose a parent. I had lost mine a few years before. "It was very sad, but it’s the kind of moment that connects us as friends. "The next day, Cristiano...
    Don’t count Idris Elba out from being considered the next James Bond, even though the actor downplayed the idea in 2019 and, well, the end of Daniel Craig’s “No Time to Die” leaves open lots of questions about the future of the 007 franchise. Bond producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson finally confirmed that Elba’s name has been “part of the conversation” to take over the role of the infamous spy. Daniel Craig attends the World Premiere of “No Time To Die” at the Royal Albert Hall on September 28, 2021 in London, England. (Photo by Tristan Fewings/Getty Images for EON Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, and Universal Pictures) (Tristan Fewings/Getty Images for EON Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, and Universal Pictures) “Well, we know Idris — I’m friends with him and he’s a magnificent actor,” Broccoli said on Deadline’s “Crew Call” podcast last week. “You know, it’s been part of the conversation, but it’s always difficult to have the conversation when you have someone in the seat,” Broccoli continued. “I think we have decided that until ‘No Time to Die’ has kind of...
    VIDEO5:5605:562022: Year of the bond? Two ETF experts on what to watchETF Edge Inflation will again dominate as a market theme this year, according to two ETF experts. "This is going to be a big story in 2022," Tom Lydon, CEO of ETF Trends, told CNBC's "ETF Edge" on Monday. What's more, increasing prices and a Federal Reserve ready to raise rates in response could spell trouble for the fixed income market – longer-term bonds typically fall when interest rates are on the rise. "Most don't remember what it's like to invest in fixed income during rising interest rates. It's just not good for a fixed income portfolio. We're surveying advisors all the time that are moving their 60-40 strategies to 70-30 or even 80-20," Lydon said, referring to the general portfolio rule of thumb of being weighted 60% to equities and 40% to fixed income. Instead of money flowing into bond ETFs, for example, Lydon says investors are instead looking to equity dividends or options overlay strategies such as the JEPI JPMorgan equity premium income ETF. That JEPI ETF...
    GOLDENEYE 007 could be coming to Xbox after a leaked achievement list was spotted. Originally released on N64, the game was all set for an Xbox 360 remaster in 2008 but the project was cancelled due to messy rights issues. here are some achievement pics for the Xbox GoldenEye 007 achievements pic.twitter.com/dHEXgIv4Zv— Wario64 (@Wario64) January 1, 2022 But it looks like it might be getting revived after Xbox achievement tracking site TrueAchievements posted the achievement list for the title. 55 brand new achievements are listed for a complete 1,000 point gamerscore The list indicates there's both a single-player campaign and online multiplayer. Whether this is the 2008 incarnation of the game, which was completed but never released, or a remake, or a remaster, we don't know. Twitter leaker Wario64 shared achievement pictures from the Xbox achievement list and the images look like the N64 version. It could be an homage to the original game, or a port for the Xbox rather than a remaster or remake. Just two gamers have been ticking them off the list so far — and...
    Bond, Jane Bond? Definitely not, the producer of the enduring movie franchise has confirmed. Famed Hollywood producer Barbara Broccoli, who oversees the James Bond movies with her half-brother Michael G. Wilson, has nixed growing calls from woke entertainment journalists that the next 007 should be a woman. “I think it will be a man because I don’t think a woman should play James Bond,” Broccoli said in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. “I believe in making characters for women and not just having women play men’s roles. I don’t think there are enough great roles for women, and it’s very important to me that we make movies for women about women.” She added that the next actor to take over the role from Daniel Craig should be British. “British can be any [ethnicity or race],” she said. Daniel Craig is James Bond in No Time to Die. (MGM) No Time to Die marks Craig’s fifth and final outing as 007, igniting speculation as to who will inherit the iconic role. No official announcement has been made but the Hollywood rumor...
    27 Fun Toys to Buy for the Next 2-Year-Old Birthday Boy or Girl on Your List UEFA Champions League: How to watch, odds, updates, schedule, predictions $200 Sign Up Bonus Just In Time For The Holidays Ad Microsoft Experts Urge Americans to Refi Before 2022 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/26 SLIDES © Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images 25 actors we want to see play James Bond "No Time to Die" marked the end of Daniel Craig's illustrious five-film tenure as James Bond. Craig leaves the franchise in the best commercial shape it's ever been in. So, who's up next? That's the billion-dollar question before producer Barbara Broccoli, who's facing external pressure to cast the first person of color or woman as the iconic secret agent. She's on the record that a female Bond is out of the question, but will...
    Richard Madden doesn’t want to say whether or not he wants to be James Bond. During a red carpet event for “Eternals,” the man favored to be the next actor to play 007 was asked whether or not he wanted the role. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) As soon as the question was asked, a woman stepped in and led Madden away before he could say a word. However, he did leave smiling. Watch the video from @culturecrave below. Richard Madden really just walked away ???? pic.twitter.com/WcK65w5bwA — Culture Crave ???? (@CultureCrave) October 29, 2021 While I don’t want to say that his reaction said a thousand words, I think we can all agree that it was far from normal. Look at the grin on that dude’s face! That seems to be the reaction of a man who knows a lot more than he’s letting on. That’s the reaction of a man ready to take the world by storm. For those of you who don’t know, Richard Madden is a hell...
    JOANNA Lumley has had an epic career spanning more than four decades, and is perhaps best known today for her iconic role as the chain-smoking, binge drinking former-model Patsy in sitcom Absolutely Fabulous. However, the star's first ever big-screen role was very different... 4 Joanna Lumley is a Bafta Award-winning national treasureCredit: Getty - Contributor Who is Joanna Lumley and how old is she? Joanna Lumley was born on May 1, 1946, and is an English actress, voice-over artist, former model, author and activist. The 75-year-old was born in Srinagar, Kashmir and Jammu, to English parents, Thyra Beatrice Rose and Major James Rutherford Lumley. Joanna was brought up in Kent where she attended Mickledene School in Rolvenden as a boarder. She was educated at St Mary's Convent School in Hastings and afterwards attended the Lucie Clayton Finishing School, after being turned down by the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art at the age of 16. Joanna started off her career as a model in the 60s, but soon turned to TV and film. 4 Joanna Lumley was a model in the...
    ANYONE watching the first Earthshot awards would have seen how seriously the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are taking the whole sustainability issue. The red carpet was green. Most of the A-list celebrities were encouraged to stay in their Hollywood mansions, rather than jump in their carbon-bashing private jets. 7Prince William, pictured with Kate Middleton at Earthshot Prize awards ceremony at Alexandra Palace, looks like he's next in line to be BondCredit: PA And the pair of them wore some seriously old clothes. Even a couple of years ago, the thought of turning up at a fancy black-tie affair in clothes you had worn more than once would have been anathema to celebs and royals alike. But all bold-face names now understand it’s not cool to flounce around in brand-new designer togs. The other night, Kate dutifully pulled out an old Alexander McQueen look from 2011 — a silver-white Grecian-style gown with a gold belt to cinch the waist — which she had previously worn to a Bafta event while taking her first royal tour of Canada and the US....
    NEW YORK (AP) — Lashana Lynch was in stunt training when she found out she was going to play a 00 agent in the James Bond film “No Time to Die.” Lynch had already been cast by director Cary Joji Fukunaga and the producers, Barbara Broccoli and Michael Wilson. But who she was to play had remained a mystery to her. She was doing her best to prep for an undetermined but apparently butt-kicking role. “Nothing made sense. I’m plunged into stunts and they’re teaching me everything under the sun,” Lynch said in an interview. “And I’m like: Why are you teaching me this? What does it mean?” Instead, Lynch just heard bits and pieces as she went. It felt, she says, like a TV series that carefully reveals a little each episode. Only when she was in the midst of summersaulting and firing fake guns did the full reveal come. Lynch would be the first Black woman to play a 00 agent in the six decades of James Bond movies. Not only that, Lynch’s character, Nomi, takes the codename...
    With the highly-anticipated James Bond flick "No Time to Die" just around the corner, fans are eagerly awaiting Daniel Craig’s final turn as the iconic British spy. The 53-year-old actor has starred in five Bond films and a number of video games since 2006’s "Casino Royale." His tenure has also included "Quantum of Solace," "Skyfall" and "Spectre." Now that Craig’s time in the role has come to an end, rumors have begun to swirl about who will take over the role, as many stars have done since the 1962 release of "Dr. No," starring Sean Connery. Producer Barbara Broccoli recently said that discussions for recasting the role won’t even be held until 2022, but that doesn’t stop fans from speculating.  JAMES BOND ACTOR DANIEL CRAIG TO BE HONORED WITH A STAR ON THE HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME NEXT TO FELLOW 007 STAR Here’s a look at six actors rumored to take over the role: Lashana Lynch Lashana Lynch has a role in ‘No Time to Die.’ (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images) An up-and-coming star, Lashana Lynch has a role...
    Daniel Craig said that he doesn’t think there should be a female James Bond iteration, but hopes instead to see a woman lead her own, similar franchise.  The actor is about to debut in his final run as the legendary spy in the upcoming film "No Time To Die," and now he’s thinking about the future of the franchise and where it will go in his absence. For years, there have been calls to see a woman take on the lead of the franchise and the 53-year-old actor shared his unfavorable thoughts on the idea. "Why should a woman play James Bond when there should be a part just as good as James Bond, but for a woman?" he told Radio Times in a recent interview.  The actor’s comments echo those made by producer Barbara Broccoli in an interview with Variety from last year. In response to a question about whether or not a person of color could play Bond, she noted that was certainly possible. However, changing the character's sex might be more difficult. DANIEL CRAIG CONFIRMS HE'S DONE...
    DANIEL Craig has said that James Bond should not be played by a woman - but instead female actors should be written "better parts". The 007 actor, 53, believes that women can do better than performing in a role originally written for a man. 3Daniel Craig has said that James Bond should not be played by a womanCredit: Alamy 3The actor said that female actors should be written better partsCredit: Alamy He was asked about rumours that he could be replaced as 007 by a woman, as film and TV producers broaden their choices when making casting decisions. Speaking to Radio Times, Craig said that “there should simply be better parts for women and actors of colour”. He questioned: “Why should a woman play James Bond when there should be a part just as good as James Bond, but for a woman?” He added: “Why should a woman play James Bond when there should be a part just as good as James Bond, but for a woman?” It comes after growing speculation about his replacement, as Craig will no longer play...
    Finally, fans around the world may soon put an end to their wait: after more than twelve months of postponing the event, the first screening of No Time to Die will take place in London next month. In the owner’s 25th installment, Daniel Craig will play the quietly retired James Bond in Jamaica, as usual, until the inherent chaos of his career catches up with him. French actress Leah Sedax, Madeleine Swann, will once again be one of the James Bond women. One of the writers was none other than Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the famous writer Progressive and Off Series Flyback and Killing Eve. A certain revival is expected in the conversations. The fact that he was the second British actor to play Her Majesty’s favorite secret agent was confirmed by his first appearance on September 28 in Saga. Royal Albert Hall in London. The film will then be released in theaters on the 30th. “The world premiere for #NoTimeToDie will take place on Tuesday, September 28, 2021 at the @RoyalAlbertHall in London. Producers Michael G. Wilson, Barbara Broccoli...
    Tom Brady will have a new receiver to throw to during the 2021 season, and getting him assimilated into the offense as quickly and cleanly as possible is one of the many tasks for him and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Tampa Bay selected wide receiver Jaelon Darden out of North Texas in the fourth round. Brady told NFL writer Peter King in his "Football Morning in America" column on Monday he knows how difficult it is for a rookie receiver to come into the league. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "It’s really hard for a rookie receiver in the NFL. Everything is new. You have a play, then I change the play, then I look at you and I change the route, then I see a defense that we didn’t necessarily talk about. Every play I’m like, hey this is what I’m thinking. And you gotta have someone who can take the critique," he told King. "No one can fix it except the quarterback and receiver. Doesn’t matter what anyone else thinks. I’m throwing the ball. You’re...
    Jason Momoa doesn’t get to play many ordinary guys. He’s Aquaman. He’s Khal Drogo. He’s Conan the Barbarian. It’s part of the reason why he wanted to be in “Sweet Girl,” a new action drama out on Netflix. In the film he’s an ordinary Pittsburgh father named Ray Cooper who vows to get revenge against a pharmaceutical company he blames for his wife’s death. As a father himself, it was a natural fit, and he got to hand pick the actress who’d pay his on screen daughter: “Instant Family’s” Isabela Merced. Momoa and Merced spoke to the AP about the film and forming a bond on screen and off. Remarks have been edited for clarity and brevity. ___ AP: Jason, how do you about choosing someone to play your daughter? MOMOA: The whole cast was full of my first picks. But it was all about Isabela. We had some mutual friends and I just thought she would be perfect to play my daughter. I texted or something, probably sent out a bunch of love and aloha, and thank...
    FRAN KIRBY says her bond with Sam Kerr will not stop her gunning for victory if Great Britain and Australia go head-to-head at the Olympics. The Chelsea playmaker made the admission after being selected to represent Team GB at the Tokyo games in July. 5Fran Kirby is ready to put her Blues bond with Sam Kerr to one side at the Tokyo OlympicsCredit: Getty 5Sam Kerr will be leading Australia's attack at the Tokyo Olympics' football tournament in JulyCredit: Corbis - Getty Kirby, 27, has established a formidable partnership at Chelsea with Matildas skipper Kerr The duo netted 37 goals last term helping Chelsea to nab their fourth WSL title. And their bond has seen them compared to Manchester United legends Andy Cole and Dwight Yorke, who helped lead the Red Devils to a historic treble in 1999. But Kirby says she is prepared to put their special on-pitch bond to one side if it would mean a for Team GB. Kirby told FAWSL Full-Time: "I think of course it’s always special to play against people...
    In this article T XOM BEPC VIDEO2:5202:52Dividend stocks outperform this month — Two traders share their outlookTrading NationThe S&P 500 is barely positive for the month, but one corner of the market has made strides. Dividend stocks have been a hot trade in May with the U.S. 10-year yield under pressure again. Higher bond yields compete for investors' cash by offering an alternative. When they drop, dividend stocks are among the assets that become more attractive. The DVY iShares dividend ETF, which holds high-yielding stocks such as AT&T and Exxon, has risen more than 1% in May as the 10-year has receded below 1.6%. That ETF is also 25% higher for the year. Steve Chiavarone, portfolio manager at Federated Hermes, is backing more gains for the group. "What has very quietly happened is dividends have outperformed the S&P on an annualized basis by just as much as growth outperformed value in the prior year," Chiavarone told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Tuesday. "This is a story that has a lot of legs." Using the Dow Jones Dividend Select index as...
    NOEL Clarke wants to play James Bond next – and NOT Doctor Who. Bafta-winner Clarke, 45, shut down rumours he'd already signed up to become the 13th doctor on Good Morning Britain today. 7Noel Clarke wants to play James Bond and NOT Doctor WhoCredit: Rex He admitted he'd much rather take over from Daniel Craig as 007 and become the first black Bond. He made the comments after he was revealed last week to be the second favourite actor to replace Whittaker, behind I May Destroy You star Michaela Coel. Noel fuelled the speculation on Twitter, writing: "Apparently the Metro says I’m 2nd favourite to be the Doctor IF The wonderful Jodie leaves. Is that worth a wager? I wouldn’t put my money on it. Or would I.." But speaking on GMB today, the Viewpoint star cleared up confusion. 7Noel said in 2016 he didn't think the world was ready for a black Bond but has now admitted he'd jump at the chance to play the character 7Daniel Craig is set to bow out of the hit franchise after Bond...
    Regé-Jean Page was seen returning to the UK on Tuesday after his odds were slashed to become the new favourite to replace Daniel Craig as James Bond. The Bridgerton actor, 31, was spotted touching down at London's Heathrow after heading home from Los Angeles where he has been staying recently. The Netflix star cut a casual figure in a form-fitting grey T-shirt and black tracksuit bottoms, which he wore with a matching unzipped jacket and a pair of trainers. He's back! Regé-Jean Page was seen returning to the UK on Tuesday after his odds were slashed to become the new favourite to replace Daniel Craig as James Bond Regé-Jean cut a low-key figure as he sported a black Billabong cap and a pair of shades, while also covering his face with a coronavirus mask. His return comes after bookmakers Coral revealed that the newcomer is hot favourite to play the iconic spy role following Craig's departure from the franchise. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Bridgerton star Regé-Jean Page is seen for the first time... ...
    REGE-Jean Page’s name has been added to the ever-growing list of people who might take over as James Bond, 007, when Daniel Craig hangs up his Walter PPK. No official announcement has been made but that hasn’t stopped the speculation from flying. 2Rege-Jean Page has been tipped to takeover the role of James Bond from Daniel CraigCredit: Splash Will Rege-Jean Page play the new James Bond? Nothing has been confirmed about who will take over from Daniel Craig as the suave British spy James Bond. Page, 31, the star of the first season of the Netflix drama Bridgerton, though has refused to deny the rumours. Netflix has confirmed the star, who played the Duke of Hastings in the first season of Bridgerton, won’t becoming back for the second series. Speculation has started Page is being lined up to take over from Daniel Craig as British spy James Bond. Bookies have slashed odds on him being unveiled as the next James Bond after Daniel Craig. Ladbrokes has lowered the odds of him replacing Daniel Craig as 007 from 5/1 to just 7/2. He...
    Spider-Man star Tom Holland says if he ever gets an opportunity to play iconic spy James Bond, he would be more than happy to take up the role. During an appearance on the UK radio programme ‘Heart’, Holland said he would definitely join the race to play a younger version of Agent 007. Spider-Man Far From Home: 5 Dirty Jokes in Tom Holland’s Film That Make It Naughty and Entertaining [SPOILER ALERT]. “It would be an actual dream come true. I’ve got to remind myself that I’m lucky enough as it is. Spider-Man is an absolute delight and privilege to play, but you know, should they want to do a younger James Bond you best believe I would be there. It is what it is, we’ll have to wait and see,” the 24-year-old actor said. Spider-Man – No Way Home: Tom Holland Reveals the Real Title of His Marvel Movie After Teasing Fans (Watch Video). Daniel Craig is set to bid adieu to James Bond after No Time to Die , which is slated to released...
    The hunt for the new James Bond is turning wild. Celebrity survivalist Bear Grylls claimed that he has been “approached” to play the big screen’s most famous spy, 007. “I have been approached to play Bond by a few people I can’t name,” the 46-year-old adventurer best known for his daring survival skills on “Man Vs. Wild” told The Sun on Sunday. “It’s flattering. I’m privileged to be considered,” he said, suggest ing it was a serious approach despite his Bond-like secrecy. Grylls did not reveal how far the talks have gone, and said he didn’t “want to appear too greedy” in wanting the role as the suave spy in the blockbuster movie franchise. “I’ve had so much more than I ever imagined and I’m grateful with that,” he told the UK paper. Grylls has more than a death-defying adventure streak to support his potential to replace Daniel Craig as Bond. Before finding TV fame, he served in the SAS — the elite UK fighting force similar to America’s Delta Force — and went to Eton, one of the...
    More On: james bond ‘Jet ski Romeo’ felt like ‘crappy James Bond’ on love quest meet girlfriend Movie studio behind James Bond franchise explores sale Sean Connery’s James Bond pistol from ‘Dr. No’ auctioned for $256K Sean Connery home in South of France has James Bond style The hunt for the new James Bond is turning wild. Celebrity survivalist Bear Grylls claimed that he has been “approached” to play the big screen’s most famous spy, 007. “I have been approached to play Bond by a few people I can’t name,” the 46-year-old adventurer best known for his daring survival skills on “Man Vs. Wild” told The Sun on Sunday. “It’s flattering. I’m privileged to be considered,” he said, suggesting it was a serious approach despite his Bond-like secrecy. Grylls did not reveal how far the talks have gone, and said he didn’t “want to appear too greedy” in wanting the role as the suave spy in the blockbuster movie franchise. “I’ve had so much more than I ever imagined and I’m grateful with that,” he told the UK paper....
    BEAR Grylls would “never say never” to stepping in as James Bond after being approached to play 007. The adventurer told The Sun on Sunday: “I have been approached to play Bond by a few people I can’t name. 1Bear Grylls has revealed he has been approached to play BondCredit: Kobal Collection - Rex Features “It’s flattering. I’m privileged to be considered. But I don’t want to appear too greedy. I’ve had so much more than I ever imagined and I’m grateful with that.” Just like Bond creator Ian Fleming – who was a naval intelligence officer before writing the series of spy ­novels – Bear went to Eton. Plus, he served in the SAS and speaks ­multiple languages. Close pal and telly host Jonathan Ross, 60, believes Bear is the best man to play the spy. Bear said: “Jonathan is always saying, ‘Bear, you should be Bond’. “I grew up loving Bond films. It was such a landmark moment when a Bond film came out and you’d go to the cinema.” Most read in CelebrityNOT JOKING!Scott Disick and girlfriend...
    Don’t Get Stuck At Security: Travel With These TSA-Approved Locks and Get Your Stuff Through Safely and Efficiently Australian Open womens final: Time, TV, streaming and key information for Naomi Osaka vs. Jennifer Brady © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo Ralph Fiennes has revealed he is 'very keen' to continue playing James Bond's MI6 boss M, even after Daniel Craig's departure in No Time To Die. The Grand Budapest Hotel star, 58, spoke with GamesRadar+ and Total Film earlier this month about his hopes for his future in the 007 franchise, sharing his desire to be M for multiple Bonds like Dame Judi Dench before him. He explained: 'If anyone from Eon Films is listening, I'm very keen to continue training the new Bond. I love playing M, and I love being part of that franchise. © Provided by Daily Mail Interest: Ralph Fiennes claimed earlier this month he's 'very keen' to portray James Bond's MI6 boss M in future 007 films after Daniel Craig's departure 'But who knows? Things have to change. But I love working with Daniel. He's...
    Tom Holland said he'd love to play James Bond after Daniel Craig exits the role. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images In a Variety podcast, Tom Holland said he would love to play James Bond. Holland said: "I look pretty good in a suit. I'd be like a really short James Bond." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Tom Holland is throwing his name into the discussion around who should be the next James Bond after Daniel Craig exits the role with "No Time to Die." In an interview with Variety's Awards Circuit Podcast, the Spider-Man actor was asked what sort of role from a book or series he would like to play most. Holland said that he has two upcoming roles that will come out in a few years time that he can't talk about just yet but that he is really "excited about," but one particular character stuck out in his mind more than others. "I mean, ultimately, as a young British lad who loves cinema, I'd love to be James Bond," Holland said. "I'm just putting that...
    BRIDGERTON star Rege-Jean Page has dropped a huge hint he's set to play James Bond - after refusing to deny he's got the job. The handsome actor has set pulses racing in Netflix's saucy period drama - and it might just have helped him bag the role of the greatest ladies man of them all but the star is keeping tight-lipped. 4Rege-Jean Page dropped a huge hint that he's set to play BondCredit: Getty Images The actor, 31, insisted he wasn't allowed to talk about the "B" word when quizzed on tonight's episode of The Graham Norton Show. The Duke of Hastings star said: “Bridgerton is the only ‘B” word I am allowed to say – I am not going to talk about the other ‘B’ words!” A number of fans have flocked to back him for the next 007, with one writing: "We need Rege-Jean Page to be the next Bond, he's set for stardom." A second posted: "He would make a great Bond, he was so gorgeous in Bridgerton." 4The actor refused to deny he's got the jobCredit: PA:Press...
    Billionaire bond king Bill Gross has denied playing the Gilligan's Island theme song at deafening volumes to get back at his neighbor, who he accused of violating his privacy and being a 'Peeping Mark'. The 76-year-old financier's legal battle against tech entrepreneur neighbor Mark Towfiq continued on Monday, as he took the witness stand during a hearing at a southern California court. The dueling neighbors have been embroiled in a civil harassment trial since last summer, when Towfiq complained about the 'unsightly' netting Gross had installed outside of his Laguna Beach home.  Towfiq later accused Gross of trying to get revenge for his complaints by playing music at extreme volumes.  Billionaire bond king Bill Gross's (pictured last week) legal battle against tech entrepreneur neighbor Mark Towfiq continued on Monday Gross's neighbor Mark Towfiq, pictured with wife Carol Nakahara on Monday, has accused Gross of harassing him by playing loud music at night Gross on Monday denied the allegations, saying neither he nor his 'life partner,' Amy Schwartz, had engaged in such behavior, the LA Times reported.  He described Towfiq as...
    Last weekend, all logic pointed to a San Jose State loss. The undefeated Spartans’ previous two games had been canceled. They couldn’t practice or play at home because of new county restrictions. They had to travel from the brisk Bay Area to hot and humid Honolulu to play Hawaii, which had just beaten the only other Mountain West team without a loss this season, Nevada. What happened in the middle of the Pacific spoke volumes about San Jose State football in 2020. Under circumstances that would’ve caused most teams to wilt, the Spartans didn’t miss a beat. They scored the first 21 points, all in the first quarter, and went on to a double-digit victory that kept them in a prime position to play in the Mountain West championship game next weekend. If San Jose State beats Nevada on Friday night in Las Vegas, the Spartans are in. San Jose State’s official slogan is, “Climb the mountain.” Given all the Spartans have endured, and how they’ve responded, BYU’s might be more appropriate.  “Any time....
    The tuxedo, heavy brow and brooding look are unmistakeable. All that’s missing is the martini and the Aston Martin. Pictured here is a 16-year-old Daniel Craig looking uncannily like James Bond – 21 years before landing the role that made him a superstar. A pupil at Hilbre High School on the Wirral, Danny – as he was known – appeared in a drama club production of Tom Stoppard’s play The Real Inspector Hound. Daniel Craig, pictured left, along side Ann Hanson-Gardner, at Hilbre High School on the Wirral, where he  appeared in a drama club production of Tom Stoppard’s play The Real Inspector Hound Craig, pictured around June 1984, played a theatre critic in the play at Liverpool Garden Festival Although making it in Hollywood was still a distant dream, Craig was already determined to be a professional actor, fellow cast members said. Ann Hanson-Gardner, the glamourous redhead pictured beside Craig, told the Daily Mail he bore an uncanny resemblance to the James Bond character he would later make his own. ‘He was very focused, different calibre,’ said Mrs...
    ANDREW COLE says it is time this Manchester United team hit back at those revelling in their demise. Time to ram the taunts back down their detractors’ throats and show they can be winners again. ⚠️ Read our Man United live blog for the latest news from Old Trafford 6Andy Cole has urged Man Utd players to develop a siege mentality and ignore criticismCredit: Times Newspapers Ltd When he was at the club, Treble-winner Cole knew everyone outside Old Trafford wanted them to fail. But that only made them stronger — and now Cole, 49, wants to see the same happen to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s United. Cole said: “The club is about being under pressure and scrutiny consistently. Success breeds contempt and, when things are not going well, people want to jump on the bandwagon and talk about your lack of success. “You have got to use that and get that siege mentality. And when you walk out there, believe in each other and say to yourselves, ‘This is what we are going to do, it is about us and...
    We're all familiar with him as 007 – suave dinner jacket, martini in one hand and a glint in the eye. But prepared to be shaken and stirred, as newly-unearthed images reveal a different side to Sir Sean Connery: that of thespian and director. The photographs, uncovered by the Mail, show Connery – with a moustache and a glass of wine instead of James Bond's favourite tipple – as he tried his hand at directing a play in the 1960s. Instead of the spy's dinner jackets, he wears a polo neck complete with a natty checked jacket. The photographs, uncovered by the Mail, show Sean Connery (pictured) – with a moustache and a glass of wine instead of James Bond's favourite tipple – as he tried his hand at directing a play in the 1960s Taken in the relatively early days of his film career, the pictures show the Scotsman presiding over rehearsals for Ben Jonson's Volpone at London's Garrick Theatre in 1967 – five years after he first landed the role of 007. Our exclusive pictures show Connery,...
    Ongoing ballot counts put focus on USAs disjointed voting system 4 Bakery Chains Quietly Vanishing This Year Charlie Hunnam Says He Is 100 Percent Open to Playing James Bond: I Would Be Flattered The name's Hunnam. Charlie Hunnam. © Provided by People Dominik Magdziak Photography/WireImage While speaking to PEOPLE ahead of the release of his new film Jungleland, the 40-year-old actor opened up about future roles that he is interested in taking on and whether or not James Bond happens to be one of them. Asked if he would ever be open to donning Bond's tuxedo someday in the future, the Sons of Anarchy star says, "100 percent." "I would be so flattered and honored to be considered to play James Bond as an Englishman," he adds. "But my intuition tells me that I shouldn't be waiting for that phone call to come. I think there are many people ahead of me on that list." © Dominik Magdziak Photography/WireImage "I would be so flattered and honored to be considered to play James Bond as an Englishman," the actor tells PEOPLE...
    FIONA Shaw has proved to be one of Killing Eve's most popular stars. The 62 year old plays Carolyn Martens in the BBC thriller, whose dry wit, icy demeanour and fabulous style have won her a league of fans. The best thrillers on Netflix The most terrifying horrors on Netflix The best true crime series on Netflix Fiona Shaw plays Carolyn Martens in Killing Eve In an interview with Radio Times, Martens said that her time in the spy genre had had a profund impact on her. In fact, she hoped to play another detective figure once Killing Eve is finished, hoping to play a female equivalent of James Bond. “In Killing Eve, I play an MI6 boss who investigates international crimes but I’d very much like to play a detective," she explained. "I flatter myself that I’m too young for Miss Marple, so I really wish they’d make a new one who was my age, stylish, glamorous and travels to lovely places around the world — a James Bond-style detective who’s a woman. I’d love that,” she...
    Debonair, athletic and with a penchant for glamorous women, Charles Dance could easily pass for an older James Bond.  Now he has revealed that he turned down the chance to play 007 and admitted: ‘I would have f***** it up.’ Dance, 73, who was recently pictured on a beach break kissing a woman, thought to be Italian film producer Alessandra Masi, 53, was invited to an audition when Bond producers were seeking to replace Roger Moore. Debonair, athletic and with a penchant for glamorous women, Charles Dance, 73, could easily pass for an older James Bond. Now he has revealed that he turned down the chance to play 007 and admitted: 'I would have f***** it up' Dance was invited to an audition when Bond producers were seeking to replace Roger Moore. He is seen above in suave mode with Greta Scacchi in 1987 film White Mischief RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Charles Dance, 73, cosies up to Italian girlfriend... REVEALED: Charles Dance's mystery woman is an Italian film... Share...
    Kyle Rittenhouse, 17-year-old charged in Kenosha protest shootings, considered himself militia, social media posts show Amazon Fresh opens first supermarket in Los Angeles with checkout in cart Don’t settle for skimpy bond yields and make dividend stocks your best income play, fixed-income veteran says DEEP DIVE © AbbVie Inc. An AbbVie scientist looks at experimental results.Shares of AbbVie have a dividend yield of 5.02%. With interest rates at record lows, income-seeking investors who were used to relatively safe bond investments with decent yields have to look elsewhere. Load Error Either that or settle for “virtually nothing to keep their powder dry and earn a bit more than what money-market funds pay,” said Dan Genter, CEO of RNC Genter Capital Management in Los Angeles. This means bond investors need to fall in love with dividend stocks. You can review some of Genter’s picks at the bottom of this column. ‘Investor’s hell’ Money-market funds have been waiving their expenses to keep their yields from falling below zero. The Federal Reserve lowered its target for the federal funds rate to...
    Sean Connery helped redefine movie stardom thanks to his role as James Bond, an impossibly suave super-spy with a taste for martinis that were shaken, not stirred. In films like “Dr. No,” “Goldfinger,” and “You Only Live Twice,” the Scottish actor created a template for a fresh and exciting action hero, one whose womanizing, hard-drinking ways and penchant to solve any dispute with the barrel of a Walther PPK presaged a new and more permissive era of on-screen sex and violence. The man who would be 007 turns 90 on Tuesday and has been off the silver screen since opting to retire in 2003 after appearing in the execrable “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.” (Why do the great ones go out with a whimper? Here’s looking at you Gene Hackman/”Welcome to Mooseport”). However, his legacy continues to reverberate — it can be felt in everything from Tom Cruise’s globe-trotting “Mission: Impossible” alter-ego Ethan Hunt to Harrison Ford’s quip-ready adventurer in the Indiana Jones films. Daniel Craig’s darker take on Bond also owes a clear debt to Connery’s interpretation of...
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