http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-echochambers-30594460 Elba was my pick for the next Bond as far back as when Casino Royale was released in 2006. Daniel Craig is the best actor to play Bond to date, in my opinion. His arrival (finally, thankfully) hailed the departure of a rather camp character who relied far too much on gadgets. Elba is the only British actor that comes to mind as Craig's potential replacement (Luke Evans and Clive Owen would be on my shortlist too). The only problem with Elba replacing an aging Craig (let's face it, the role requires a certain youthfulness) is that he is four years younger than the current Bond; Craig has been announced to return for Bond 25 (the one after Spectre, which is filming as we speak). But I think Elba's skin colour should have no bearing on his selection. Rush Lambaugh's remarks are disgusting. The only constant that should remain, in my opinion, when selecting actors is that they are actually British. Thoughts? Specifically, who would be your pick after Craig?