Famous British agent and the dream of all women, James bond is not one movie will not change your gender, and will forever remain a man. About this said the producer of the film adaptations and the owner of the rights to the franchise Barbara Broccoli.
As you know, not so long ago in the network there were rumors that the main character in the films about agent 007 can change your gender and become a woman. However, the daughter of the founder of the “James bond” has stated that no girls in the role of a British spy will not.
Left <!–StartFragment–>Daniel Craig, right, Barbara Broccoli
“It can be any color, but he’s a man. I believe that we need to create new characters for women – the strong female characters. I don’t see much sense to use a popular male character and make a woman play it. I think women are much more interesting than this”, she said.
It should be noted that in the near future, and more precisely in April of what year on wide screens there will be a new part of the famous agent 007 – “No time to die.” However, there is bad news, British actor Daniel Craig, who once played bond for the last time will play a major role in the film.
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Recall that Lashana Lynch will temporarily replace James bond in the post 007. It is specified that the heroine Lynch will become the Central character of the franchise.
As reported by the portal Know.ia, in the Internet appeared the official trailer for the last part of the cult Saga about the legendary agent 007 James bond “No time to die” which will be released in April 2020.
The portal also Know.Eeyore wrote that a well-known online resource IMDB announced the ranking of the most anticipated movie premieres of the year 2020.
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