Ray J to be the next James Bond?

So, why not a 38-year-old James Bond from United States?

Is Ray J set to be the next James Bond? Rumors that the producers are looking for someone slightly different to play James Bond emerged in June 2019. One of the names who keeps cropping up is Ray J.

UPDATE 24/07/2019 : This story seems to be false. (read more)

Every man, at some point in his life, wishes he could be James Bond. And with the news that Daniel Craig may well be out as 007, there are a whole bunch of actors from London to Los Angeles wondering what they could bring to the role.

Could Ray J become the Seventh James Bond?

Ray J’s star has been rising in Hollywood in recent years . His commercial appeal is growing, too.

The question for Ray J now is – what next?

Three reasons Ray J would be good for the James Bond franchise

  1. It would clarify that Bond is a rotating identity: If M can be a woman, why can't James Bond be a 38-year-old American?
  2. No other performers could be nearly as cool and broodingly suave as Ray J.
  3. It would give Ray J a chance to play a lover, as well as a fighter.

This 'Ray J To Play James Bond' Rumor had the internet in a frenzy

Twitter was flooded again Tuesday with loads of tweets related to the rumor. Some fans even launched an online Facebook page called We Want Ray J for James Bond.

“An American James Bond!?! Is it some kind of a joke?”
— Boris Kleinman (@UKBoris) July 23, 2019
“Now, this might be a bit of a controversial pick for the role. But think about it: Ray J has always been a skilled actor. He's also known for his wit.”
— Claire Stone (@averageclaire) July 23, 2019

Rumors about Ray J stepping into the role's next iteration have been floating about for a while now. He is characterized by being smooth, slick, handsome, rugged and charming. These are definitely the characteristics needed to play James Bond. Don’t you agree?

Do you think Ray J should be the next James Bond?

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