John Boyega next James Bond? "I'll be there," reveals the Star Wars actor

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John Boyega (Finn from Star Wars) is one of the next eligible candidates for James Bond. When will the new 007 be revealed?

To the delight of Star Wars fans, a star of the franchise could be the next face of one of the most important icons in the world of cinema. John Boyega - one of the most recurring names on the list of future candidates for 007 - said he would be interested in the role of James Bond if he were offered the part. However, it would be difficult to turn down such an opportunity!

John Boyega is one of the next eligible candidates for James Bond

The interpreter of Finn in the latest Star Wars trilogy is among the most suggested names by fans to receive the baton from Daniel Craig, after his 007 died in the finale of No Time to Die, the latest cinematic chapter of the franchise. which brought spies played by stars such as Pierce Brosnan, Sean Connery and Roger Moore to the screen. Among the actors considered for the role are also Tom Hardy, Idris Elba, Henry Cavill, Rege-Jean Page and Jamie Dornan.

In a new interview with US magazine Men's Health, John Boyega (30) confessed his interest in the role but did not reveal whether he had already been contacted by the producers of the franchise. "If they call me, I'll be there," says the actor. 

In the interview, the actor also turned off the rumors about his entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe: "It's not in my plans for now. I want to do more nuanced things ... I want to donate my services to original indie films, with new and fresh ideas, because I know it's really hard to get past Iron Man in that universe. "

To discover the face of the next James Bond interpreter we will have to wait. Franchise producer Barbara Broccoli said that the search for the new 007 hasn't even begun and that the character, after Craig, will be completely "reinvented" and that this operation will take the right amount of time.

Source: Independent 

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