So call him, maybe?
Ed Sheeran told RTÉ's "Late Late Show" he's actually had a Bond theme song ready for about three years now. He's a planner. Or maybe he has the magic power to make his dreams come true. He recently did a song with one of his all-time heroes, Eminem, and already pictured how that would be before it happened.
Daniel Craig finally confirmed he will be back for Bond 25, his final James Bond film, and no one has said anything yet about the title, plot, or theme song. Considering Ed Sheeran is just a wee bit incredibly popular, they should consider checking out the song he wrote. He claims "It's good," which -- of course he'd say that. But since most Ed Sheeran songs are pretty good, he's probably right.
Sheeran is no stranger to major film songs. He recorded "I See Fire" for "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug." The most recent Bond theme song, Sam Smith's "Writing's on the Wall" for "Spectre," ended up winning a (surprise) Oscar for Best Original Song. Adele's "Skyfall" also won a Golden Globe and Oscar, marking the first time for a Bond theme song.
Want more stuff like this? Like us on Facebook.