[Photo] Fan Art Images Depict Tom Hardy And Robert Pattinson As James Bond

Last year, Daniel Craig confirmed that No Time to Die will mark his final performance as James Bond.

No Time to Die marks Craig’s fifth Bond movie. The 52-year-old actor first took on the role in Casino Royale (2006), followed by Quantom of Solace (2008), Skyfall (2012) and Spectre (2015).

Plenty of big-named actors have been mentioned as possible replacements for Craig, but nothing has been set in stone.

Lately, there have been several rumors that Inception, Warrior and The Dark Knight Rises star Tom Hardy could suit up as the next 007. But again, this is merely speculation right now.

Artist Bosslogic decided to have some fun with these Hardy-Bond rumors. Here is a piece that depicts what he could look like as 007:

Remixed the John Wick poster for them #007 casting rumours 😁 @tomhardy

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If not Hardy, could Twilight star Robert Pattinson – who’s suiting up as the Caped Crusader in The Batman – take over as the new James Bond? That is highly unlikely, of course.

But it didn’t stop digital artist Barrett.Digital from piecing together some detailed art that depicts the new Batman as 007.

After seeing #Tenet there’s not a doubt in my mind that Robert Pattinson should be the next #007 – Would you like to see Pattinson as James Bond? – Follow @barrett.digital for more concepts!

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It’s hard not to be compelled by the idea of either actor taking over as the next Bond.

Back in April, for what it’s worth, Ladbrokes listed Hardy as one of the primary betting favorites to become the next 007 at 6/1. At the time, he shared those odds with Aidan Turner. Happy Valley and War & Peace star James Norton was the betting favorite at 2/1, followed by Sam Heughan 3/1.

There was speculation that a female would be cast as the next 007. However, Bond movie series producer Barbara Broccoli has stated that a male will continue to play the role. There is no current timeline on when a new Bond will be announced.

No Time to Die is currently scheduled for a Nov. 12 release in the United Kingdom, and for a Nov. 20 release in the United States.

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