In a recent interview, Fuqua said that Brocoli believes "it is time" for a non-white actor to take over the role and that he is personally certain that it "will happen eventually".
A new James Bond is like a new Doctor Who, or even a new England manager.
OSU places 14-day time frame on Meyer investigation
The attorney also said in the statement that Courtney Smith is grateful for the support she's received and shot down some instances of "misinformation that has been circulating".
In a Daily Star article, director Antoine Fuqua is said to have a conversation with the Bond producer about potentially recasting Bond with a non-white actor.
Cam Newton Gets In Heated Altercation With Kelvin Benjamin
A first-round pick by the Panthers in 2014, Benjamin was traded to the Bills midway through last season for a pair of draft picks. On the other side of the ball, Cam Newton made it his business to confront his former receiver, Kelvin Benjamin .
'Idris could do it if he was in shape, ' she revealed.
With Daniel Craig set to make his fifth and final appearance as James Bond in next year's as-yet-untitled Bond 25 from director Danny Boyle, the rumour mill appears to be wasting little time in looking towards his replacement as 007. You need a guy with a physically strong presence.
Luciano VIETTO to Fulham, Federico FERNANDEZ off to Newcastle United
Fulham are trying to sign Manchester United defender Timothy Fosu-Mensah on loan for the upcoming Premier League season. The 24-year-old Argentine forward temporarily moves to Craven Cottage with opportunities limited under Diego Simeone.
Idris Elba has always been suggested for the role of James Bond after Daniel Craig leaves the role, and with recent rumors suggesting it could possibly happen, a new image reveals what he could look like in the role. The duo has written on every Bond film from the last 19 years ranging from The World is not Enough all the way up to 2015's Spectre, however, the studio opted for Hodge's script over the former's. At the time, the actor said he felt people who want a Bond of color throw his name around because he's black - but not because they think he's necessarily a good fit for the super spy. That's the part that I'm like, 'Ugh, come on.' Are we interested in having a Bond character other than being a male?