Although “007: No Time to Die” will be Daniel Craig’s last “007” movie, the producers are not in a hurry to choose new 007 actors.
In an interview a few days ago, Barbara Broccoli said that he would not consider the question of successor until next year.
Barbara Broccoli said: “We didn’t think about this. Let Daniel enjoy this moment of celebration. Maybe, sometime next year, we will think about who will play this role.”
Although the producers are not eager to find new actors, the producers have already drawn up a list of dozens of people.
Among them, British actors such as Tom Hardy, Idris Elba, Regé-Jean Page and Luke Evans are on the list.
Because of Amazon’s successful acquisition of MGM, “007: No Time to Die” was once thought to be directly available on streaming media.
However, “007: No Time to Die” will only land on the theaters, and streaming screenings will wait until the theater window period ends.
According to the plan, “007: No Time to Die” will premiere in the United Kingdom on September 30, and will be released in the United States on October 8.