Rupert Grint has said the time may have come for a ginger James Bond.
The Harry Potter star, 23, has been trying out some grown-up roles since filming on the wizard franchise wrapped, but admitted landing the part of 007 would be unlikely.
He told the Daily Mirror: "A ginger Bond? Why not? That would be cool. But I can't really see it myself."
Rupert, who began playing Harry's sidekick Ron Weasley aged 11, has been enjoying a break since the final instalment of the Potter films.
He will soon be seen portraying Eddie the Eagle in a new biopic about the skiing star.
"I have not been in too much of a rush to do anything really," he said.
"It has been nice to catch up on a few things and have a bit of freedom. I did a film earlier this year called Comrade, a Second World War movie set in Norway - that was pretty cool.
"Apart from that I have just been relaxing."