Rosamund Pike, co-star of the upcoming spy thriller Beirut, doesn’t like the concept of a female James Bond. In a recent interview, the former Bond Girl expressed her thoughts on Ian Fleming’s iconic creation, and what should happen after Daniel Craig’s final performance as the international man of mystery.

In 2002, Pike made her feature film debut in Lee Tamahori’s Die Another Day, the 20th installment in the James Bond movie franchise. Starring opposite Pierce Brosnan, she portrayed Miranda Frost, a Harvard-educated former Olympian, who also happens to be a double agent. Pike, an English actress, began her career on stage while studying English literature at ...

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