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Actor James Bond signs a new contract with Warner Bros for an estimated 200 more film appearances ‘until 2037 or beyond’

Released movies filmed James Bond’s adventures in 2037.

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Reports suggest that audiences will continue to see James Bond movies until at least 2037.

According to reports, the film studio that created the franchise that debuted in theaters in 1962 has signed a new deal to continue the series with Warner Bros., a move that will see the spy through to his 75th birthday.

While this is exciting for fans, it still leaves the question of who will play the iconic MI6 agent open after Idris Elba reportedly “walked away from 007 talks.”

According to the insider, this is “great news for fans” because it ensures the Bond series will live on long after Daniel Craig’s final film, “No Time to Die.”

After years of negotiations, it has been reported that 49-year-old actor Idris Elba has turned down the role of James Bond.

The actor who played Luther is rumored to be interested in moving on from the role.

Barbara Broccoli, the series’ veteran producer, has reportedly been given a list of actors he thinks would be perfect for the part.

Though, he has suggested actors to play 007. Since he has been communicating with the producers for quite some time, he has been “informally” included in the decision-making process.

In response to a question about whether he would be interested in the role, Idris had replied, “No, I’m not going to be James Bond… I’m more well-known than any other actor who has never played James Bond. Just stop it already. I’m done talking about it.