Idris Elba's cryptic tweet has got fans in a frenzy

Emmett Rice
August 13, 2018

Twitter reacted to his post with a host of memes, including a photoshopped President Trump holding up a picture of Elba and announcing him as the new Bond, and a proud looking Sean Connery punching the air.

Idris Elba as James Bond is a rumour that's been around for years, nearly as long as that one about Quentin Tarantino directing a "Star Trek" movie.

"My name's Elba, Idris Elba", he captioned a selfie, referencing the character's signature introduction, "Bond, James Bond".

But before fans go overboard, Elba posted another tweet a few hours later saying, "Don't believe the HYPE".

The latest round of speculation appears to have begun with a report in the Daily Star last week.

This time, a report from United Kingdom publication The Daily Star has stirred excitement.

State marks year's first human West Nile case
Limit the number of places around your home for mosquitoes to breed by either draining or getting rid of items that hold water. People who develop any of these symptoms should see their healthcare provider immediately. "You need to take precautions".

Kosal: Space Force Unlikely to Improve US Position in Space
Satellites provide communications, navigation, intelligence and other services vital to the military and the national economy. One of the designs is clearly based on the current logo of NASA, the civilian USA space agency.

Ben Shapiro challenged Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to a debate. Things got weird
Gretchen Whitmer, left, won Michigan's Democratic nomination for the state's gubernatorial primary on Tuesday night. He has trailed in recent polls.

In a report from the United Kingdom publication The Daily Star, director Antoine Fuqua says that Broccoli believes it is time to diversify the role and that if it does not happen now, "it will happen eventually".

When asked about the reported comments, a spokesperson for Fuqua told CNN, "This is not accurate".

Craig, 50, has stared as James Bond since he took over from Pierce Brosnan in 2005.

Elba has been in the "next Bond" conversation for years.

Discussing who will or should be the next Bond is a popular pastime among film buffs, and it has ramped up as Daniel Craig approaches his fifth appearance as the famed Mi6 agent. In 2016, he told Good Morning America: "I think I'm too old for that". "Who wants to do that?"

Other reports by Free-Prsite

Discuss This Article