Next Bond odds – Rising star tops Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Henry Cavill

James Bond: Producers ‘want someone in his 30s’ says King

It’s been two years since No Time To Die’s world premiere at the Royal Albert Hall.

The star-studded event attended by the now King, Queen, Prince and Princess of Wales was a long time coming after an 18 month delay for the blockbuster.

Daniel Craig explosively exited the James Bond franchise in the most definitive way possible and now fans are wondering who will replace him.

The latest odds reveal that previous frontrunners Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Henry Cavill are now behind a rising star in the bookies’ race.

The man in question is 32-year-old Damson Idris who leads the pack on potential 007s at 10-3.

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Idris is best known for starring in crime drama Snowfall and also played the co-lead in Netflix sci-fi action movie Outside the Wire.

Just behind him in the next Bond bookies’ race is Taylor-Johnson on 7-2, who is rumoured to have had a secret audition.

Meanwhile, Casino Royale runner-up Henry Cavill is on 4-1 followed by James Norton on 9-2.

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