The latest Bond film No Time To Die is hitting cinemas in April 2020 and award winning singer Billie Eilish has hinted she may be artist behind it’s soundtrack.
The Bad Guy singer shared several pictures of previous James Bond female leads on her Instagram story such as Hallie Berry and Eva Green, teasing she may be involved in the next film.
If Eilish is the artist behind the No Time To Die soundtrack, it will make the teenage singer the youngest to ever do so, behind Sam Smith who was 23 when they made Writing’s On The Wall and Adele who was 24 when she featured on the Skyfall soundtrack.
The 18-year-old, who has 34 awards under her belt including two Guinness World Records, didn’t leave any comments on the photos on her story; neither did she share any snippets of music making it all very mysterious.
It is still yet to be confirmed if Eilish will be doing the soundtrack.
The film coming out in three months time will be the last Bond movie with Daniel Craig as the lead.
Craig first appeared in the Bond franchise in 2006 when he starred in Casino Royale. No Time To Die will be his sixth Bond film.
The trailer for the upcoming film was release last month.
Ahead of the trailer dropping, long-time Bond producer Barbara Broccoli told Entertainment Weekly:
We’re really super excited by it. We always start off these movies saying two things. ‘What is Bond’s emotional journey throughout the film?’ And we’ve really thrown the book at it on this one. And the other is: ‘What is he up against in terms of the villain, and the villainy, and what’s happening in the world?’ And I think on both counts we’ve really pushed the boat out.