Adele to sing for new James Bond film
It is rumoured British singer Adele has been flown to the city to work on new scores for upcoming James Bond film ‘Spectre’.
Los Angeles: It is rumoured British singer Adele has been flown to the city to work on new scores for upcoming James Bond film ‘Spectre’.
The singer, who scored multiple awards for her ‘Skyfall’ song which featured at the end credits of the last eponymous James Bond film, was spotted earlier this week at a bash in California, and it is believed that she was flown over by executives from MGM to work on new scores, reports mirror.co.uk.
"Everyone thinks Adele is here for her much anticipated new album, but she is actually working on a music idea for the James Bond film," said a source at MGM, which made the film.
“She hadn’t been in contact with the film bosses for a few weeks, but suddenly she said she had great plans for the theme, so they flew her over.
"The executives made their feelings known to Adele that they want her back for the next film. They’ll still have to decide whether they want the tune once it’s recorded," added the source.
According to the source, Bond star Daniel Craig has been a champion for the singer and "asked her to return to sing the new theme".