'James Bond': Sam Smith ‘In Negotiations' To Sing Theme For New Film 'Bond 24'

08/08/2014 08:28 | Updated 08 August 2014

Chart-newcomer Sam Smith is in negotiations to follow in Adele’s footsteps by recording a ‘James Bond’ theme, according to reports.

The singer, who released his debut single ‘Money On My Mind’ just months ago, is apparently top of the list for MGM bosses who are hoping to release 'Bond 24' in 2015.

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Sam Smith

According to The Sun, movie execs are hopeful that Adele will agree to another deal following her Oscar-winning track ‘Skyfall’, however, they are also considering other options.

If Sam does agree to a deal, he will be the first British male to sing a Bond theme since Tom Jones’ efforts in 1965, when he sang ‘Thunderball’.

Sam first landed on everyone’s radar when he provided the vocals on Disclosure’s 2012 hit ‘Latch’. After a number of other high-profile collaborations, he won the Brits Critics’ Choice Award in 2014.

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