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James Bond Star Naomie Harris Reveals Her Choice for Next 007 After Daniel Craig

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Naomie Harris, who stars in No Time to Die, the latest 007 movie, has revealed her choice for the next James Bond.

If you don’t know, Daniel Craig is retiring from the role after 15 years in the spotlight. Click inside to read Naomie’s choice… During an appearance on the Lorraine show, Naomi revealed her choice is Tom Hardy. “I think what he does is so special and technically difficult,” she said, adding she’s never worked with him before. “He would make a great Bond but they always pick someone we don’t expect and is up and coming,” she continued. “I reckon it will be someone totally unexpected and their name isn’t even in the mix.

But I do think Tom would be amazing and if I could pick I would choose Tom.” Find out who Just Jared

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