Idris Elba 'Too Street' for Bond Role, Author Says

The author of the newest James Bond novel, 'Trigger Mortis," apologizes after weighing in on casting for the next 007.
0:49 | 09/03/15

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Transcript for Idris Elba 'Too Street' for Bond Role, Author Says
After a controversy over casting the next James Bond Daniel Craig it debuts next week in the fourth bond movie Specter. But another actor's name has come up to replace him when he's ready to move on. I've been touting this guy I love and resell. And but the man who is a right next James Bond book. Said that he thinks was quote two's dream I hope c'mon maybe because the starring role in the gritty drama the wire but elbow who. Incidentally is British is as fashionable as any James Bond in. Has there has ever been on the cover of GQ and now the author who said that he is street is apologize and we'll that I want might. Double 07 to be history act cannot get enough of that he was putting Luther I can't get enough that show on Netflix and entry public you're welcome on the show to co anchor. He has been talked unify you all more I hope I am very ago now I know.

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