With Daniel Craig ending his run as the most famous spy in the world, that now leaves everyone with a big question -- Who will be the next James Bond?

James Bond producer Barbara Broccoli has offered an update on how the recasting process is going. In conversation with Variety, the executive explained that "it's going to take some time." Since the moment that No Time To Die bowed, the question of who would wear that tuxedo next has dominated the discussion of the character. As has been widely publicized, Daniel Craig has stepped away from the role after his portrayal of the character in the most recent franchise entry. The movie did not really give any chance when it came to his return as Bond to the big screen given he was blasted face-first by a series of missiles.

With not much wiggle room, the fans have now taken to social media to debate their picks for the next 007. Barbara Broccoli has revealed that both herself as well as the studio have not made their mind up regarding that yet. This was what she had to say about the recasting process down below - "It's a big decision," Broccoli said. "It's not just casting a role. It's about a whole rethink about where we're going. I'm just here celebrating one of the greatest actors on the planet, Daniel Craig." 

Tom Hardy, Henry Cavill, Idris Elba, and even Euphoria star and heartthrob Jacob Elordi have been considered and whispered about in relation to the coveted role. Lashana Lynch officially became the first woman to hold the 007 title when her role of Nomi took over Bond’s position in the latest installment of the Bond franchise. It will be interesting to see how the studio and the producers narrow down on a single person and it will be even more interesting to see which lucky actor gets to play the suave spy that we have all come to love.