Now that Daniel Craig confirmed he would be coming back for the 25th chapter of James Bond, we have even more good news. According to the Daily Mail, Beyoncé is currently in talks with the producers of the franchise to record a new theme song for the film set to come out in 2019.
She might even bring on her husband, Jay Z, to co-write the track, just like in the days of the sensational "03 Bonnie & Clyde."
Speaking with the British paper, a source close to the singer said: "The two spoke before Bey's first meeting with film bosses and Adele told her how co-writing and performing a Bond theme gave her an amazing career hike. Not many of the themes have been as successful – but there are tens of millions of Beyoncé fans out there."
An executive producer for MGM studios, who distributes James Bond, added:
"To tie-up a deal with Beyoncé for a theme song for Daniel’s fifth appearance as 007 would really be the icing on the cake."
If the rumor is confirmed, Bey will be following in the footsteps of a long line of talented artists such as Shirley Bassey, who worked on the original soundtracks for Goldfinger (1964), Diamonds Are Forever (1971) and Moonraker (1979); Adele, who performed the famous "Skyfall" for the film of the same name; and most recently, Sam Smith's "Writing's on the Wall" composed for Spectre.