The Gone Girl star has had her figures slashed by bookies, as the wait continues to find out who will be Daniel Craig’s female co-star in his final outing as 007.
Coral list Ratajkowski now at just 4/1, behind only frontrunner Cara Delevingne on 4/6.
“Emily Ratajkowski certainly fits the bill for a James Bond girl and we certainly think she’s a contender to get a role in the new film next year,” said the firm’s Harry Aitkenhead.
Others in the frame include Emilia Clarke at 5/1, Margot Robbie at 6/1, Emma Watson at 12/1 and Gal Gadot at 16/1.
Meanwhile, the same firm reports that James Norton and Tom Hardy are the joint favourites to replace Craig in the main role.
They are both given odds of 3/1, narrowly ahead of Jack Huston on 4/1.
Last week it was reported that Daniel Kaluuya could also be a contender: his BAFTA win, and his rising popularity after Get Out and Black Panther, could make him a strong choice from casting directors.
Tim Hiddleston, Aidan Turner and Idris Elba also remain in the frame.
Bond 25 does not currently have an official title, and is on track to be released at the end of 2019.
No director is on board yet either, although Christopher Nolan has ruled himself out.
Craig confirmed last summer that he would be returning for one last time, after previously hinting that he was done already.