Who Will Be the Next James Bond
and Who Will Rule the Seven Kingdoms?
Who will be Next James Bond after Daniel Craig, and who will rule the Seven Kingdoms at the end of the final episode of Game of Thrones?.
Who will be the next Jame Bond after Daniel Craig?
Who will play the next James Bond after Craig has developed into something of a good government operative spine-chiller. Since Craig is confirmed for the next Bond film, there has been a lot of hypothesis about who will assume control once he resigns from playing Agent 007, and the most recent bits of gossip is that Craig has turned down £68 million to return as Bond for a fifth film. The way things are, he is still, authoritatively, our 007, yet those reports that he may resign after one more movie (at most) decline to leave.
We went go to the bookies to see how the contenders to replace him are looking and here are the results. Many believed that Craig was done after Spectre — his own words did the activity on that one when he said he was depleted from wearing the renowned tuxedo — however with the date set and Bond 25 set to debut Nov. 8, 2019, unmistakably Craig is returning.
Now, with the film being the 25th Bond motion picture and Craig’s fifth turn as the notable character after Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Sky Fall and Spectre, it would be the ideal send-off. So who assumes control of 007? Bits of gossip have run wild with names like Tom Hiddleston, Superman himself Henry Cavill and all-around ass-kicker Idris Elba as alternatives to advance into the part.
Some early rumors had Sony Pictures offering Craig a bewildering $150 million to not just repeat 007 for the fifth motion picture in Craig’s agreement, but add a sixth film to the slate, a Sony source told Radar Online. Even if Craig signed an arrangement for a significant portion of the cash and just a single movie, he would make $75 million more than Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, the most generously compensated performing artist on the planet, made in a whole year. Cavill commented about the progressing Bond gossip process a September Men’s Fitness interview.
What are the Seven Kingdoms in Game of Thrones and who rules them?
On HBO’s hit series Game of Thrones, the mainland of Westeros is historically split into several distinct regions, each governed by another family. While the “The Seven Kingdoms” is used in both the show and in author George R.R. Martin’s books, at the time the series is set the land in question is indeed partitioned into nine areas, as opposed to seven. For a long time Westeros, save for the wild region past The Wall in the North, has been controlled by a ruler, who in the past was always from the Targaryen family, from the Iron Throne in King’s Landing.
However, an insubordination ousted the last Targaryen lord and supplanted him with King Robert Baratheon, who died in the first season. Baratheon’s wife Cersei, an individual from the Lannister family, is at present managing Westeros from King’s Landing, following the suicide of her last surviving son Tommen.
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Article by Radu Anthony