So, there's going to be this 50 Years of Bond thing going on The Oscars tomorrow, and there has been talk about who would make a great next Bond once Daniel Craig steps down. Well, I have some ideas....
Idris...what can I say about Idris? He's gorgeous; he's suave. Idris has that walk. I think he would make a most brilliant 007. Sadly, this suggestion will be labeled under "pipe dream." I don't think they'll go for a black Bond, sadly.
Michael has those...intense stares. My concern about him is that he's a bit on the short side for a Bond, but I have no doubt that he would do the role justice all the same. Plus, Money Penny's black now, and Fassy digs the swirl. I ain't mad about that, nope.
Okay sure, he's American, but if there's any good looking man in real life who gets all the women in a believable manner, it's this dude. He's tall, good looking, and a great actor. I think he could fake an accent...
He's manly, tall, handsome, and looks good in a suit (one of the main requirements for this role). He also has charm--Bond is (and I'm referencing Connery's Bond directly) had wit coupled with his suave demeanor. Daniel Craig lacks this, in my opinion.
Additionally, Christoph Waltz must play a villain. No, it just has to happen.
Honorable Mention: Clive Owens