Portraits of James Bond actors built from Lego are displayed at Sydney Town Hall on June 27, 2015
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July 7, 2015 5:08 AM EDT

A new musical based on British super spy James Bond is reportedly being developed for a hopeful Broadway run, according to a Playbill interview with producer Merry Saltzman, the daughter of Bond producer Harry Saltzman.

Saltzman says she’s grabbed the rights for a stage production of James Bond: The Musical, which is being prepared with a score by Jay Henry Weisz and book by Dave Clarke. In the interview, Saltzman acknowledged her ideal situation: an opening in the 2017-18 season, either on Broadway or in Las Vegas (arguably the Broadway of southern Nevada).

Additional details from the interview revealed that the show, if it comes to fruition, would not recycle a storyline from one of Bond’s past outings but would employ a combination of familiar and new Bond villains, as well as “our own Bond girl.”

Rumors of casting involving Daniel Craig and Adele are untrue and hilarious.

This article originally appeared on EW.com

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