Fernando Carrillo is one of the five actors being considered to play James Bond. After the whole #oscarsowhite controversy earlier this year ahead of the Oscars Ceremony, where all the actors nominated where Caucasian, Hollywood has taken it upon themselves to open the doors to inclusion in the industry, with the Academy driving towards diversity now more than ever.

As a result, many artists from different backgrounds who work in the industry were invited to join The Academy, which is expected to help diversify selections when the time comes to choose the nominees for the future Oscars. Inviting Latino and African Americans into the academy not only will help with the votes, but also will give us a voice in Hollywood, hopefully starting a new era in the movie industry.

Another example of this opening in Hollywood is the fact that for the first time there is a Latino actor and a black actor who are being considered to play one of the most iconic agents in the world: James Bond. Initially, Ian Fleming’s saga was strictly played by British actors, but through the years it became a bit more flexible, with American actor Barry Nelson playing Bond in 1954. Eventually other foreigners followed, such as Australian actor George Lazenby in 1969, and one of the most recognizable Bonds, Scottish actor Sean Connery, who played the agent between 1962 and 1983.

Irish actor Pierce Brosnan eventually landed the role from 1994 to 2002, only to go back to a British actor, this time Daniel Craig. However, the franchise is moving along with the times and there are major speculations that Idris Elba might be the next James Bond, and would become the first black man to play such an iconic character. Although that’s not set in stone, sources reveal that besides Elba, producers are considering Venezuelan actor Fernando Carrillo, who could potentially become the first Latino to ever play that role, and actors James Norton, Tom Hardy and Tom Hiddleston are also possibilities.