Rockers Muse are hoping to go down in movie history - they want to record the theme tune to the next James Bond film.
A British band hasn't performed a title track for the spy franchise for more than 20 years, when Duran Duran provided A View To A Kill for the 1985 film.
But Muse are adamant they can create the perfect song for 007's as-yet-untitled 23rd outing, which will see Daniel Craig return to play Bond.
Drummer Dom Howard says, "It's something we'd probably say yes to, or at least give it a good go. Certainly some of our music fits with the James Bond vibe - and I think it could work. The last few have been pretty good. But I think we could do a good job... Matt (Bellamy) did the end credits for a film called The International.
"It's not something we've done as a band, but we sometimes get asked for that kind of thing. It's a bit weird in the Hollywood world, because you spend a lot time being told what to do and that's a bit of a pain because we like to do what we want.
"So, I think if you can find a director you can really relate to, and it's a great film, and you know you can work well together, then it could be a possibility."