During a gathering interview, Vaughn was asked if he could at any point be interested in making a James Bond film, considering his extensive experience with the spy class. While he doesn’t think Eon Productions’ long-running franchise could at any point be interested in him, Vaughn does realize who he’d cast as 007. In the wake of working with him on Argyle, Vaughn is convinced that Cavill was “destined to play Bond.” Read what the director needed to say beneath:
Henry Cavill, that man was destined to play Bond. At the point when you see how he is in this film, I was just like, goodness, this person is everything you’d imagine Bond to have been, or alternately be.
The King’s Man director Matthew Vaughn wants to see Henry Cavill as the following James Bond. Based on the comic book series of the same name by Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons, Vaughn directed the first two installments in the Kingsman franchise, which were subtitled The Secret Service and The Golden Circle and released in 2014 and 2017, respectively. Presently, Vaughn is gearing up for the release of The King’s Man on December 22, a prequel which explores the origins of the fictional secret service organization.
It’s notable that Cavill was one of the finalists when they were recasting Bond for 2006’s Casino Royale. Director Martin Campbell ultimately passed on him, because he thought the 23-year-old entertainer looked excessively youthful for the job. Since Daniel Craig’s residency as the iconic super-spy is finished, and Cavill has north of a time of high-profile roles added to his repertoire, perhaps he will arise as the leader when Bond producers begin the recasting discussion sometime in 2022.
Securing an endorsement from The King’s Man director certainly won’t hurt Cavill’s chances, despite the fact that Vaughn says the Bond public don’t like him. While it was his age that was his ruin last time around, Cavill might be too famous to even think about playing James Bond presently, considering his various high-profile roles as Superman, Geralt of Rivia, and Sherlock Holmes. There is also an expectation the 007 franchise will change course and cast a woman or person of shading to increase diversity. Sadly, Cavill’s part in Argyle might be the closest he at any point gets to portraying Bond.