People from 'Bond 23' reportedly have given serious thought to the idea of bringing Susan Boyle to the film's soundtrack.
Susan Boyle, the singer who has broken multiple records in U.S. and across the pond, reportedly is in consideration to sing soundtrack for the next James Bond movie. Of that matter, composer of the classic 007 theme music Monty Norman said bosses from this "Bond 23" flick have given it serious thought.
"They'll think seriously," Norman stated before then adding "because she's got the right kind of sweeping voice." Responding to the prospect of her lending her vocal to the movie's anthem, the "Britain's Got Talent" star is said to be thrilled.
Last year, James Bond movie "Quantum of Solace" had Alicia Keys and The White Stripes' Jack White making a duet on its soundtrack "Another Way to Die". The two replaced Amy Winehouse and Mark Ronson following Amy's worsened health condition.
The next installment of James Bond movie itself hasn't had any premiere date, but current 007 star Daniel Craig recently said the big screen project could start filming at the end of 2010.