The esteemed British actor, known for his remarkable portrayal of diverse characters, has discreetly evaded the limelight throughout his career. His recent project includes an impressive display of action-hero prowess in Marvel’s upcoming film, “Kraven the Hunter”.
Speculation abounds regarding his potential involvement in the iconic role of James Bond, accompanied by the suave persona and a license to eliminate adversaries.
According to recent speculation, there is a possibility that Aaron Taylor-Johnson has secured, or is on the verge of securing, a significant professional opportunity. Although the details remain undisclosed, sources suggest that he is a strong contender to assume the prestigious role of James Bond, succeeding Daniel Craig. It is rumored that he delivered an impressive performance during a confidential screen test conducted by the esteemed Barbara Broccoli, a key figure in the franchise, during the previous winter.
“It’s not really for me to say anything, I just focus on the things I can have in my hands right now. What’s in front of me right now.”Aaron Taylor-Johnson
The writer had the opportunity to illuminate the multifaceted career of the esteemed actor known as ATJ, showcasing their vast repertoire. However, regrettably, the article seemed to be primarily focused on coaxing ATJ into divulging information concerning a potential involvement in an upcoming project. I side with ATJ’s decision to withhold such details. Instead, it would have been more gratifying to delve into the intricacies of ATJ’s role in the film “Kraven,” offering readers a deeper understanding.
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“When a guy can hold up his end of the tennis match with Brad Pitt, you should pay attention.”ATJ
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He thought about drama school but was told to come back with more experience. “I was like, ‘Experience? I’ve fucking traveled the fucking world already,’ ” he says. So he decided to try L. A. again, where he found himself auditioning alongside many of those same actors from those London casting rooms: “A little pocket of British people, all hiding under American accents.”
He slept on sofas, watched his savings burn up, got good at first impressions. “You walked into a room and you needed to be the person they thought about for the rest of the day. You had to make ’em fucking fall in love with you. It’s a bit like speed dating, I suppose. And you also got used to doing a hundred of those, and maybe one of those you’d get. Rejection, rejection, rejection. All the time.” After about six months, possibly less, he was out of money and on his way to LAX with a flight to London booked. That’s when he got the call to read for Kick-Ass.
At Buvette, Taylor-Johnson will talk about his family, but when I touch on his relationship, it’s like a silent alarm goes off. Since Nowhere Boy, he and Sam have worked on other projects together, like the 2018 adaptation of A Million Little Pieces—which they cowrote and Sam directed, with Aaron as James Frey—and the video for R.E.M.’s “Überlin,” featuring Aaron dancing balletically and sometimes frenetically through the streets of Shoreditch, bounding over traffic bollards, alarming pedestrians.
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