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Henry Cavill and Reggae-Jean Page to Reprise James Bond Role

Henry Cavill and Reg-Jean Page are among those shortlisted to replace Daniel Craig in the role of James Bond. Piovanotto Marco/ABACA/Piovanotto Marco/AFF/ABACA/AFF

Daniel Craig is co-retired. no time to die Hero of The wizard and the Duke of Hastings Bridgerton Chronicle Looking for a replacement.

As Daniel Craig’s final retirement looms after his fifth and final James Bond role, rumors of his successor are buzzing around London, the web and fans of the iconic MI6 agent. As of September 2021, it was still Reggae-Jean Paige, the romantic Duke of Hastings from the Netflix series The Bridgerton Chronicle, who sometimes meets bookmakers to make it rain or shine in the famous Pinewood.

But nothing is certain in the kingdom of secret agent movies. Now an old favorite of the Bondomaniacs is up: Henry Cavill, the English actor from Jersey, who has already had the chance to play Superman four times on the big screen. Closer to two years ago, he saw the beautiful English coast slowly turning pale. In the eyes of some, he was too perfect in a world that favored incorruptible and emotional heroes over the incorrigible Sean Connery, Roger Moore and the like.

See James Bond’s Aston Martin

Cavill’s return to favor is the result of a promotional video filmed by a watcher. N ° 1 herbal products for herbal tea advertising, in fact, the new registration demand 007 “Envy?” We’ll see when he looks. A list that clearly upset James Bond fans who saw the Aston Martin DB5 as a clear sign that, according to them, Henry Cavill should soon sign a deal with Aeon Productions…

Meanwhile, Aeon Productions CEO Barbara Broccoli has said and reiterated that she’s committed to carefully selecting Daniel Craig’s successor for two years. She is obsessed with finding rare pearls. In 2005, the decision to take the hero of the hero Munich Steven Spielberg revives an old franchise… Will Cavill have a thing for Craig? In Shakespeare’s land, that’s the question…

Henry Cavill looks at the Aston Martin…


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