Dec 11, 2016 07:26 AM EST

'James Bond' Movie Spoilers And Update: Ryan Gosling To Play The 007 Hero? Details Of The Upcoming Film Revealed!

Rumors are circulating that the new "James Bond" film will be out in theaters very soon. The rumor started since it was reported that the production team and the whole crew have already chosen a premiere date for the film. With this fans are eager to know what content will it bring to the big screen.

Die hard fans of the "James Bond" film are very excited about the movie launch of the film. It is speculated that it will happen very much soon although sources have already reported that the film will premiere early of 2018. However, officially there are still no announcements about the definite release of the film. One thing is for sure is that the upcoming "James Bond" movie will surely be one film to look forward to. It always brings action-packed classic scenes as it has always been a film trademark.

There are many actors who would fit the role for the next movie perfectly since the franchise is looking for a new version of the film "James Bond." One actor, particularly in mind, is Aidan Turner, who has the looks and the masculine aura that James Bond portrays. According to Political Lore, other names would include Scott Mendelson, Hugh Jackman, Michael Fassbender, Idris Elba, Tom Hiddleston and Ryan Gosling. 

Though there are many actors who would fit the film perfectly, there are two particular actors who would really compliment in the upcoming new version of "James Bond." According to GamenGuide, the first one, in particular, would be Ryan Gosling who has that mysterious attitude, a charming aura and very much fit for the 007 film hero. Another would be Scott Adkins, who has been doing incredible stunts of his own, plus he has that action film experience to go with.

The release date of "James Bond" has not yet been confirmed officially. Though many speculate dates and the year that it will premiere. For more details of the latest news and current updates stay tuned to Jobs & Hire.

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