James Bond No Time To Die Movie News
JAMES BOND No Time To Die could be put to take an unexpected turn as a major British rocker has his sights set on following in star-studded footsteps by performing the tune.
James Bond 25, No Time To Die, will probably be released next spring and one of the big questions for fans would be that has to sing the theme tune.
One name that might not have been first in mind when it comes to needing the job will be Liam Gallagher, but we are.
Although 007 bosses have yet to reach out to the prior Oasis star, he revealed he would be open to supplying the monitor.
“The newest James Bond one, it is all about expiring, innit?” He mused through a look on Irish radio station Today FM.
Riffing on potential lyrics,” he continued:”Die not next week, can’t be a**d dying today, might perish f***ing following month, there is a lot of death happening.
“But you realize that they can give us a call. Gallagher added.
Since throwing his hat in the ring, bookies’ odds have been cut the Gallagher brother performing the Bond tune, with the star priced at 3-1 in accordance with Ladbrokes.
Meanwhile, the Beady Eye frontman also dropped a heavy hint that he wished to participate in a Quentin Tarantino film, saying he believed his tune Gone would be ideal for one of those soundtracks.
“Gone is a top tune,” he said. “I might see that in a Tarantino movie.
“If I could work with anybody? Tarantino. He’s pretty great, isn’t he?
“There is a whole lot of him Gone, but we don’t write music to go,’Right, let’s put it into a film’. But if people pick up on it then they’re welcome to it,” he added.
Were he to sing the famous Bond song, Gallagher would join the ranks of both Louis Armstrong, Shirley Bassey and Tom Jones, who have all had the honor before.
Sam Smith supplied Writing’s On The Wall for the 007’s latest outing, Spectre, although Adele staged Skyfall to the film of the same title back in 2012.
Gallagher would not be the primary rockstar to perform the Bond song: Alicia Keyes and Jack White duetted on How To Die for Daniel Craig’s Quantum of Solace in 2008, while Chris Cornell also did You Know My Name for the actor’s first 007 movie Casino Royale two years earlier.
As of today, the actor has held the job for 5,121 days, roughly 14 years.
He officially took over from Pierce Brosnan on October 14 2005 and has starred in four films to date, together with No Time To Die prove to be his fifth and final one.
Moore, meanwhile, has been 007 for 5,118 times from 1972 until 1986, when his successor Timothy Dalton was announced.
Brosnan is your next longest-serving Bond, although Sean Connery comes in fourth.