Idris Elba has teased swapping Luther's big coat for 007's tuxedo after recent reports linked the star with taking over the iconic film role from Daniel Craig.
The actor posted a filtered selfie - only featuring the top part of his face - with the words "my name's Elba, Idris Elba". Most recently, director Antoine Fuqua revealed to the Daily Star that he's had discussions recently with EON Production's Barbara Broccoli, who said "it is time" for a black actor to tackle the iconic character.
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A few hours later, however, the 45-year-old poked further fun at the mounting speculation by tweeting the title of a very famous hip hop track, apparently dampening down expectations. 0 is also round.
"If you're the next Bond, it will be the first Bond film I ever see", said one Twitter user.
After all, it seems age is very much just a number when it comes to Bond.
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The online version of the Daily Star's story includes multiple promotions for Fuqua's new business, selling headphones that can be worn in the cinema in order to provide a surround-sound experience. No one would even know.
Elba has in the past tended to dismiss the Bond rumours, insisting he is "too old" to take on the role.
Others in the mix including Tom Hardy (known for playing Bane in the Dark Knight Rises and a host of other action roles), James Norton (known for British TV series Happy Valley and Grantchester), and Sam Heughan (the Scottish actor who starred as Jamie in TV drama Outlander).
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He hopes this film will "end the madness" that people seem content to let continue. "Hope is passive", Moore said about the movie. Bush documentary Fahrenheit 9/11 - is set to world-premiere at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival in early September.