Former "James Bond" star Pierce Brosnan gave some insight as to who he thinks could fill the iconic shoes and be the next James Bond.
Daniel Craig has been playing the legendary role since his 2006 bond debut in "Casino Royale," and has said for the past few years, he doesn't see himself playing the role for much longer.The news was finally announced that Craig would be leaving the character behind after 2021’s "No Time to Die." There has been much debate among fans of the franchise over who should take over the role and many of them have very strong opinions on who it should be.
One person who doesn’t seem to have a strong opinion on who the next bond should be is Brosnan. "Who should do it? I don’t care," he told GQ Magazine."It’ll be interesting to see who they get, who the man shall be…Whoever he be, I wish him well." Pierce Brosnan says he doesn't really care who the next Bond will be, but he is sure he will do a good job, whoever he is. (Photo by Presley Ann/Getty Images for The Hollywood Reporter) It doesn’t seem as if Brosnan concerned himself much with the franchise after he was done with his part in it, explaining he hadn’t seen three out of the five James Bond movies that came out after he was replaced. "I saw the last one," he says, "and I saw Skyfall.
I love Skyfall. I’m not too sure about the last one. Daniel always gives of his heart. Very courageous, very strong." Brosnan was working on a television show, "Remington Steele," when he caught the eye of "James Bond" producer Albert Broccoli.Read more on foxnews.com