Former James Bond star Pierce Brosnan has said he thinks the next actor to take on the role of 007 will be male and white.
The 62-year-old actor - who starred as suave secret agent from 1994 to 2005 before handing over to current Bond Daniel Craig - said the character, created by Ian Fleming, is 'all man'.
With Spectre believed to be Daniel's final turn as the MI6 agent there's been may a rumour debating the next 007; with many speculating the role could be filled by black actor or a woman.
However, Pierce - who starred as Bond four time - told the Press Association: 'Anything is possible for sure, but I think he'll be male and he'll be white.'
He added: 'There's wonderful black actors out there who could be James Bond, and there's no reason why you cannot have a black James Bond.