Entertainment Who should follow Daniel Craig as James Bond? By SCOTT ROSENBERG Updated November 3, 2015 6:36 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email "Spectre" likely marks the final James Bond film for Daniel Craig, and so the chatter is all about who will take over as the British spy. Here are five actors we thing could easily fill those finely buffed shoes. David Tennant Photo Credit: BBC Tennant is no stranger to playing a British institution with his popular run on "Doctor Who" (pictured), but he's also done serious detective work on "Gracepoint." Idris Elba Photo Credit: Getty Images / Valery Hache Before he was a big movie star, Elba starred in the BBC series "Luther" as a troubled police detective, which would make for an easy transition for him to play 007. Tom Hardy Photo Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures / Jasin Boland There's not much that Hardy can't do. He's brooding, he can deliver a massive beating and he just oozes cool -- as he did in "Mad Max: Fury Road." Emily Blunt Photo Credit: Getty Images / Anthony Harvey A female Bond? It's time. Blunt has shown that she can do serious action with "Sicario" and "Edge of Tomorrow" and there's no doubt she could bring a unique take to the character. Charlie Hunnam Photo Credit: Getty Images Hunnam rose to fame as biker Jax in "Sons of Anarchy," showing that he'd be ready to deliver some serious Bond action. By SCOTT ROSENBERG Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic 'Spectre' review: New Bond brings bold actionA familiar formula has taken over and brought on a considerable amount of predictability. Every James Bond theme song, rankedSam Smith seems to signify the start of a new era of emotional Bond themes. '007' actors over the yearsFrom Sean Connery to Daniel Craig -- you're welcome. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.