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Beyonce to Sing New ‘James Bond’ Sound Track


Beyonce to Sing New ‘James Bond’ Sound Track

Multi-award winning megastar Beyonce is being hotly tipped to on the next Bond song after producers demanded a fresh boost to the franchise.

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Multi-award winning megastar Beyonce is being hotly tipped to on the next Bond song after producers demanded a fresh boost to the franchise.

The past two S (Skyfall and Spectre) have been sung by British singers Sam Smith and Adele to much critical acclaim and now bosses have decided only a hit from Queen B can match the recent record.

The Bond 25 project is set for release in November 2019 and is said to come at an ideal time for the mother-of-three who recently released the album Lemonade to a rapturous reception.

 

A source close to Beyoncé revealed: ‘This is the only project she is remotely interested in right now.’

 

The source also added: ‘The two spoke before Bey’s first meeting with film bosses and Adele told her how co-writing and singing a Bond gave her an amazing career hike.

‘Not many of the two S have been successful but there are tens of millions of Beyoncé fans out there.’

Beyonce who is married to Jay Z welcomed twins Sir and Rumi in June and is also mother to five-year-old Blue Ivy.

Female solo singers have had a golden track record when it comes to Bond with Shirley Bassey, alongside Adele, putting their names to classic songs.

Shirley, now 80, recorded 1964’s Goldfinger, 1971’s Diamonds Are Forever and 1979’s Moonraker.

The first two widely considered to be among the best songs among the franchise.

Daniel ed a dramatic twist by confirming he would reprise his role as 007 – following reports that he was offered $135million (£100million) to return.

It was a very rapid U-turn on the part of the 49-year-old, whose most recent appearance as the British spy was in 2015’s Spectre.

Craig, who is the second longest serving Bond after Roger Moore, previously suggested he was done with the franchise after his fourth appearance as the iconic spy in Spectre.

During an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday, he was asked if he would be playing the iconic role for a fifth time.

He replied: ‘Yes. I couldn’t be happier. I’ve been quite cagey about it.

‘I’ve been doing interviews about it all day and people have been asking me and I’ve been kind of coy but I kind of felt like, if I was going to speak the truth, I should speak the truth to you.’

The star admitted he ‘always wanted to return’ to the role, but confirmed the next Bond movie will be his last.

 

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