Echoing the new sentiments of his “No Time to Die” co-star Ana de Armas — who stars as an butt-kicking CIA agent named Paloma within the movie — Craig bluntly said in a video interview with Leisure Weekly that there are “not more Bond women.”
“They do not exist anymore. They are going to exist once more, however no longer in my films,” Craig advised EW.
Starting in Connery’s movies, being a “Bond lady” was once as soon as a flattering designation that over time has devolved, taking up a much less flattering connotation. Necessarily, “Bond women” all over the many years were characters objectified by means of 007 and incessantly focused as his sexual conquests. In Craig’s international, although, “Bond girls,” as de Armas described them, are equals who possesses as a lot mind and pack as a lot punch as their male counterpart.
Punctuating Craig’s ideas concerning the finish of the “Bond lady” technology, Lynch merely advised EW, “He stated what he stated.”
Directed by means of Cary Joji Fukunaga, and likewise starring Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux, Geoffrey Wright, Billy Magnussen, and Christoph Waltz, “No Time to Die” opens in theaters on October 8.