The New 007 Will (Finally) Be Announced ... Tomorrow

by | October 13, 2005 | Comments

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Sony Pictures will hold a press conference on 10/14 to announce the name of the actor who’ll be stepping into the role of James Bond. Early buzz indicates that it will be Daniel Craig ("Layer Cake"), but we won’t know for certain until Friday afternoon.

"Sony Pictures Entertainment, the studio backing new Bond film "Casino Royale," said Wednesday that the actor who will portray the suave secret agent with a license to kill would be named at a news conference in London on October 14. No further details were disclosed, and the mystery remains over who will star in the film franchise that has grossed nearly $4 billion at global box offices since the first Bond flick, "Dr. No," hit the silver screen in 1962."

The previous Bonds were Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, and Pierce Brosnan.

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