Speculation is running rampant on the Internet over who will sing the theme song to the upcoming James Bond film, "The World Is Not Enough," but so far these rumors remain just that.
First, word buzzed that Grammy golden girl Lauryn Hill would sing the title track, but spokespeople for the singer say that no such deal has been struck.
Then, over the weekend a report surfaced in the British press that Spice Girl Mel C (recently seen dueting with Bryan Adams on "When You're Gone") would be heard singing the track during the film's opening credits. However, spokespeople for the Spice Girls say that the report is false and Mel C is not lined up to sing the track.
Whoever signs on will wind up providing the theme song for the 19th installment in the James Bond franchise. The film will star Denise Richards ("Wild Things," "Starship Troopers"), Robert Carlyle ("Trainspotting," "The Full Monty"), John Cleese ("Monty Python's Flying Circus"), Oscar winner Judi Dench
("Shakespeare In Love"), and Pierce Brosnan returning to the role of Bond. "The World Is Not Enough" is expected to arrive during this year's holiday season.