As it becomes more definite that Daniel Craig won't be returning as James Bond in the next 007 movie, everyone's contemplating just who has the charm to adopt the role. But there's a big buzz in the air that suggests our next spy should be played by a woman, and Priyanka Chopra is definitely up for the challenge.

Priyanka ChopraCould Priyanka Chopra be the next Bond?

The Bollywood stunner and former beauty queen is set to play the villainous Victoria Leeds in the forthcoming 'Baywatch' movie re-boot, but she has her sights set on much bigger things. Currently starring in the ABC crime drama 'Quantico', she was interviewed by Complex magazine and discussed just what her future holds and her plans on breaking down sex and race stereotypes.

She's already managed it once, with her 'Baywatch' character originally meant to be a guy, so she's definitely got the ability to do it again. Right now, people are just seeing her as a potential Bond Girl - but she has the perfect response to that. 'I get that all the time', she told Complex. 'But f**k that-I wanna be Bond.'

Though as much as she has her dream roles in sight, she doesn't really know where she's going after 'Quantico' and 'Baywatch'. 'I don't know where I'll win, but I know I want to keep moving, keep going. When I achieve something then I'm like, all right, what's next?'

If Chopra is serious about becoming the next James (or should we say 'Jane'?) Bond, she's got a lot of competition. Already hotly tipped for the role are Tom Hiddleston, Tom Hardy, Damian Lewis and Idris Elba - the latter of whom would also be a progressive move in the franchise if he became the first black 007. Of course, fans of 'The X-Files' have recently been supporting Gillian Anderson for the role, with the actress gratefully re-Tweeting a fan-made poster of her in the role.

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