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Is Dua Lipa Recording the Next James Bond Theme Song?

Each James Bond film recruits a new and exciting artist to record an exclusive song for the film…and it looks like Dua Lipa may be doing the upcoming movie’s theme!

During an interview with the BBC, Years & Years’ Mikey Goldsworthy may have let it slip!

“I thought they’d ask us to do the theme song but alas I think it’s Dua Lipa doing it,” Mikey said.

“Am I not supposed to say that? That’s what I heard…I feel bad now. Maybe I’ve ruined everything!” he added.

The last couple of themes have been recorded by Sam Smith (“Writing’s on the Wall”), Adele (“Skyfall”), Jack White and Alicia Keys (“Another Way to Die”) and more.

Bond 25, starring Daniel Craig in the title role, will hit theaters on November 8, 2019.

There’s been no official confirmation of the news just yet, so of course, it could be false. Stay tuned!

Daniel Craig Suits Up in Possible 'James Bond' Set Photos!

Daniel Craig was seen arriving all suited up and on set in Cardona, Spain on Tuesday (May 29).

TMZ is reporting that these are possible James Bond set photos! Even though the official James Bond Twitter account reported that filming would not start for several months just days ago.

“We’ve been expecting you… #Bond25, Daniel Craig’s 5th outing as 007, will be directed by Academy Award-winning Danny Boyle from an original screenplay by John Hodge. Production is set to begin on 3 Dec 2018. MGM will partner with Universal Pictures to release the film worldwide,” the account posted.

Stay tuned as we find out more…but in the meanttime, check out what could be Daniel Craig‘s return as Bond…

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'James Bond 25' Confirmed with Daniel Craig & Director Danny Boyle!

It’s official – Daniel Craig is coming back for James Bond 25!

It has been announced that MGM will be releasing the movie domestically with Universal Pictures winning the rights to release the film internationally and via home entertainment.

The 25th installment in the Bond franchise will be directed Oscar winner Danny Boyle, and will star the 50-year-old actor portraying 007 for the fifth time.

“Under the leadership of Michael and Barbara, we couldn’t be more thrilled than to bring the next 007 adventure to the big screen uniting the incomparable Daniel Craig with the extraordinary vision of Danny Boyle,” MGM’s president Jon Glickman and chairman Kevin Ulrich said in a statement to Deadline. “It has been 21 years since Tomorrow Never Dies was distributed by MGM and it’s incredibly gratifying to be releasing this film alongside the powerhouse team at Universal.”

James Bond 25 will begin production in later this year in December and is set to hit theaters in the United States on November 8, 2019.

Tom Hardy Went In on a James Bond April Fools Prank!

Tom Hardy was in on an April Fools Day prank that had some fans tricked into thinking he was taking over the role of James Bond from Daniel Craig.

The 40-year-old Venom actor posted a screenshot of an article that read, “Daniel Craig QUITS – Tom Hardy Cast as NEW 007.”

He captioned the screenshot, “Dammit I was in my tux and on the runway Gtg.” The photo was posted on April Fools Day

Fans quickly took to Twitter to react to the fake news, with some reactions including, “This Tom Hardy as the new James Bond over Daniel Craig and James Norton story better not be a April fools joke cause I’m screeching,” “TOM HARDY IS THE NEW JAMES BOND AND I PROMISE THIS ISNT AN APRIL FOOLS JOKE,” and more.

Daniel officially returned he would return as James Bond for another film over the summer. There’s been no word as to who will take over the iconic role when Daniel steps away.

Rachel Weisz Explains Why There Shouldn't Be a Female Bond

Rachel Weisz, who is married to current James Bond actor Daniel Craig, is sharing her thoughts on a woman possibly playing the famous role.

The Oscar-winning actress told The Telegraph why she doesn’t think a woman should play the role.

“[Author Ian Fleming] devoted an awful lot of time to writing this particular character, who is particularly male and relates in a particular way to women,” Rachel said. “Why not create your own story rather than jumping on to the shoulders and being compared to all those other male predecessors? Women are really fascinating and interesting and should get their own stories.”

Daniel will star in the 25th Bond movie, set for release on November 9, 2019.