Regé-Jean Page on life after 'Bridgerton' and that James Bond speculation

Rest assured that Regé-Jean Page is well aware of all the buzz and speculation he’s been stirring.

“私は今、他の人が私について言っていることについて話すことに多くの時間を費やしています, as opposed to anything I’m actually doing,” インクルード “Bridgerton” 星 told Variety in a recent interview.
From his rise to global fame via one of Netflix’s hottest shows to hosting “土曜日の夜のライブ” and causing a clamor for him to take over the James Bond role from Daniel Craig, Page is definitely having a moment.
    ザ・ usually very private 31-year-old British-Zimbabwean actor told the publication he had no fears regarding walking away from playing Simon Basset, the Duke of Hastings, after the success of Season 1 の “Bridgerton.
      Simon was this bomb of a one-season antagonist, to be reformed and to find his true self through Daphne,” 彼は言った. “I think one of the bravest things about the romance genre is allowing people a happy ending.
        The role won him an NAACP Award and Page takes seriously his representation as a Black actorespecially in a Regency era romance drama
        Me and my friends used to joke about the fact that you don’t see a Black man on a horse,” 彼は言った.
          There’s been lots of speculation that Page could become the first James Bond. He jokingly refers to it as theB-word.
          I can’t talk about the B-word, because I’ve got nothing to say on the B-word,” 彼は言った. “I can’t talk about which jobs I’m not doing, because I’m not doing them, [だが] I’m very happy with the work I am doing.
          Page is keeping busy with forthcoming roles in the filmsDungeons & Dragons” そして “The Gray Man.
          And he’s found a mentor of sorts in “これが私たちです” star Sterling K. Brown, who Page met during the 2016 Emmy season.
            Brown was impressed.
            He wasn’t somebody who’s like, ‘Give me a couple of years and I’ll be making $ 10 million a flick,'” Brown said of Page. “He really loves the art of illuminating the human condition.