Tom Hardy has purportedly been given a role as the following James Bond to supplant Daniel Craig.
Despite the fact that it has not been formally affirmed, The Vulcan Reporter claims Hardy has been secured in the part since trying out back in June.
The site said that an official declaration affirming he will play 007 after No Time To Die was because of come in November.
In any case, they said the declaration might be deferred due to the Covid pandemic.
Strong is one of various entertainers who have recently been supposed to play the following Bond, with others including Tom Hiddleston, Idris Elba and Richard Madden.
In 2018, Pierce Brosnan, who played Bond somewhere in the range of 1994 and 2005, told the Daily Mail he trusted Hardy could play the British government agent well.
"Daniel Craig has been an extraordinary Bond. He's physical, he looks deadly. You really accept this is somebody who could slaughter a man," he said.
"He's whined about doing the part since he's gotten himself through a ton genuinely, however he will do the following film, and afterward I figure Tom Hardy could be a decent Bond.
"I'd be glad to see him do it. You need an entertainer who can place a touch of squirm into it, that is the thing that makes Bond."
The following Bond will step right away To Die, which finds 007 after he has left dynamic assistance and is appreciating a serene life in Jamaica.
Be that as it may, his tranquility is brief when his old companion Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) from the CIA turns up requesting help.
The film is expected to be delivered in UK films on November 12, after it was pushed from its unique delivery date in April in light of the worldwide pandemic.