Tom Hardy Once Again Rumored to Succeed Daniel Craig as James Bond

Ahead of Craig’s fifth and final outing.

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Ahead of the official release of No Time To Die, reports are now noting that Tom Hardy is now heavily rumored to succeed Daniel Craig as James Bond.

With Craig’s fifth and final outing as 007 set to hit theatres in November, the entertainment world has already been buzzing about who will take on the iconic role. Reports go on to note that Hardy has been a frontrunner for quite some time after successful. It is also being noted that Hardy was originally planned to be announced as the new Bond in November but as the Coronavirus pandemic has pushed back the release of No Time To Die, the announcement should now come near the end of the year or into early 2021.

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