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Bridgerton’s Rege-Jean Page address James Bond rumours
The latest James Bond movie, No Time To Die, has been jumping between release dates for an entire year at this point. The final outing for Daniel Craig was originally supposed to be coming out in April of 2020, but the arrival of the coronavirus pandemic saw it getting delayed to November, 2020. Cinemas were no safer by the time November arrived, however, so Bond’s production company, MGM, pushed the movie back once again, to April 2, 2021.
With less than three months until the release of No Time To Die, fans have become a little anxious about the film actually coming out.
And this week has seen their worst fears realised, as new reports have suggested No Time To Die is due to be delayed further.
According to reports, the 25th Bond movie is going to be pushed back to “some time in the autumn.”
Further reports have claimed that the delay will, once again, see the blockbuster pushed to November once again.
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The reports began when a Dutch exhibitor revealed he “heard” the movie was moving to November this year.
According to Deadline, 007’s promotional partners have “already been given a heads up” that the movie is moving.
No official announcement or date has been given just yet, but fans will likely know by the end of the week whether the movie’s release date has moved or not.
In the mean time, many fans have begun speculating over who will replace Craig in the next Bond movie.
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No Time To Die will be Craig’s fifth and final Bond movie, after starting his journey in Casino Royale in 2006.
The odds on the next actor to take on the legendary role are constantly changing, but lately the odds have been in the favour of British star Regé-Jean Page, Bridgerton hunk.
The Netflix actor seemingly came out of nowhere and has dominated the odds, pushing the likes of Tom Hardy and Idris Elba out the way with a powerful 5/1.
As Page’s odds are skyrocketing, he was recently asked about the possibility of him joining the legendary franchise in an interview.
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Whilst appearing on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Page was asked about the odds.
Page said: “I think the internet thinks a lot of things, and that is one of the better ones!
“If you’re a Brit and you do something of any kind of renown that people regard well, people are going to start saying the ‘B’ word.”
Despite brushing aside these rumours, he went on to add that he was very pleased to be considered by fans.
Page said: “It’s like a merit badge! I’m very glad to have the badge.
“I’m very glad to be in the company of such people who have the badge, but it’s just a badge.”
At the time of writing, Game of Thrones star Richard Madden also has good odds on becoming Bond with 7/1, so too Outlander hero Sam Heughan with 6/1.
James Bond No Time To Die is currently due for release on April 2, 2021.
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