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Jude Law Is Film Fans’ Pick for Next 007
LONDON (Reuters) – English actor Jude Law topped a poll of film fans Monday to find the next incarnation of suave secret agent James Bond.
The 30-year-old star took more than a quarter of votes in the Total Film magazine survey, finishing just ahead of Scottish “Star Wars” actor Ewan McGregor.
Total Film editor Matt Mueller felt Law had that “posh” edge over the competition.
“I think Jude Law has that upper class, debonair sophistication about him that people associate with James Bond,” he said. “More so than Ewan McGregor and Christian Bale who came close.”
But he said McGregor’s close second place was interesting because, like Sean Connery, he is Scottish.
Current 007 actor Pierce Brosnan has committed himself to a fifth outing as Bond, but has said he may be too old for a sixth.
“It takes stamina to play this role. I would like to get off the stage with grace,” he told a news conference last year.
The list of actors, and even pop stars, who have been linked with the role of Bond is a long one.
They range from Oscar winner Russell Crowe and English actor Clive Owen to cheeky British singer Robbie Williams.
Comedian Richard Blackwood is even reported to have offered his services as the first black Bond.
“American Psycho” star Christian Bale came in third in Monday’s poll, followed by Owen. Hugh Grant, famous for playing a foppish Englishman in “Four Weddings and a Funeral,” took just two percent of votes.