Rachel Weisz On Female James Bond: ‘Women Should Get Their Own Stories’
As James Bond prepares for his 25th big-screen outing, talk has again turned to the idea of a female 007. However, among the idea’s naysayers, Rachel Weisz has also said she doesn’t think it is a good idea.
First published in Ian Flemming’s Casino Royale in 1952, James Bond was stereotypically a martini-swilling womanizer who slept his way through many a dangerous mission. Nowadays, the “Bond Girls” that he has shared his novels and movies with are almost as famous as he is, meaning that Bond is very much a man’s man. However, with Judi Dench providing a brilliant gender-switch as MI6’s M, could a female Bond ...
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