This story first appeared in the New York Post and is republished with permission. After a producer teased that Elba was being considered for the role, Elba posted a playful tweet implying that it was true. It's hard to believe that there are any firm decisions being made, though we know that the Elba rumors were out there even before he tweeted anything.
Fans interpreted it as a reference to the famous spy's catchphrase "The name's Bond, James Bond", and immediately responded with excitement, with one writing: "Does this. mean what I think it means".
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"You need a guy with physically strong presence".
But a few hours after his initial tweet, Elba sought to downplay the hoopla with another tweet, "Don't believe the HYPE..." he wrote.
"Idris has that", was the quote that The Daily Star claimed Fuqua made, and they also stated that Broccoli was responsive to the idea.
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He has starred in blockbusters such as Thor, Pacific Rim and Star Trek, and was nominated for a Golden Globe for playing the title role in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.
Although sometime in 2015, according to CNN, former James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan endorsed Alba for the role, he told the Radio Times that he thought Elba will make a good Bond.
The film, which is likely to be Daniel Craig's final performance as Bond, will be released November 8th, 2019.
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